ENGLISH HERITAGE PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENTS IN CONSERVATION (EPPIC)

ENGLISH HERITAGE PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENTS IN CONSERVATION (EPPIC) –

an english heritage and ifa Initiative FOR HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT PRACTITIONERS

Eppic Placement

Eppic Placement

Ten one-year professional work placements for 2009/10 are now available under the English Heritage EPPIC scheme.  These placements will provide work-based learning opportunities in specialisms related to the historic environment. Placements are provided and supervised by English Heritage and administered by the IfA. The placements are designed for those with some experience of historic environment practice, but who have not yet had the opportunity to develop more specialist skills and competencies, and may contribute towards an appropriate vocational qualification.

Find out more here:

http://www.bajr.org/Employment/UKEmploymentDetails.asp?ID=7962

Placements are available in

  • Archaeological Survey & Investigation x 1, hosted by EH in Swindon
  • Aerial Survey & Investigation x 2 hosted by EH in York and Swindon (1 placement in each location)
  • Archaeological Science – palaeobotany x 1 hosted by EH at Fort Cumberland, Portsmouth
  • Archaeological Science – technology x 1 hosted by EH at Fort Cumberland, Portsmouth
  • Architectural Survey & Investigation x 1, hosted by EH in Cambridge
  • Survey of London Architectural Graphics x 1, hosted by EH in London
  • Coastal and Marine Archaeological Investigation x 1, hosted by Wessex Archaeology in Salisbury
  • Marine Geophysical Survey x 1, hosted by Wessex Archaeology in Salisbury
  • Finds x 1, hosted by Wessex Archaeology in Salisbury

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