Category Archives: Appointments

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Job Opportunity: we’re looking for a new Managing Editor

31st May 2016 | Categories: Appointments, Publications

We’re looking for a highly motivated individual to take overarching responsibility for the management, design, production and marketing of a mix of print and online archaeology and history resources. This varied position offers excellent breadth of experience in all aspects of academic publishing in an exciting forward-thinking environment. The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland is…

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Edinburgh World Heritage seeking two new Trustees

5th April 2016 | Categories: Appointments

EWH is seeking two new Trustees to join its board. If you have a passion for heritage, the built environment and community development within a World Heritage Site, and would like to contribute your time and expertise voluntarily to a charity, then this exciting opportunity may be for you. Edinburgh World Heritage is currently looking…

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Collecting the Nation: Scottish history, patriotism and antiquarianism after Scott, (1832-91)

16th March 2016 | Categories: Appointments, Competition, Research

The Society is delighted to support a funded Collaborative Doctoral Partnership award from the University of Glasgow and National Museums Scotland.  The student will critically examine the interface between the development of modern Scottish historiographical traditions and the evolution of the collections of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, in the under-researched period 1832-1891, from the…

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Job Opportunity: Fellowship and Development

11th March 2016 | Categories: Appointments

The Society is looking for someone who will deliver strategic and operational activity to support our membership (called Fellows) and increase the sustainability of the Society.  This will include day-to-day engagement with and services to Fellows and the promotion of the work of the Society.  The post-holder will be expected to increase Fellowship and related…

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Job Opportunity: ScARF Museums Project Officer

1st March 2016 | Categories: Appointments, ScARF

          The Society is looking for an enthusiastic ScARF (Scottish Archaeological Research Framework) Museums Project Officer part-time to the end of March 2018 with the possibility of extension. The postholder will be expected to drive an ambitious project to deliver outcomes for both the Historic Environment Strategy for Scotland through Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy and…

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Publications Assistant wanted (6 month post)

15th January 2016 | Categories: Appointments

The Society is looking for someone to assist in our busy publications office for six months! The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland is a charity (Charity No. SC 010440) and independent publisher of high-quality, peer reviewed books and journals covering the entirety of Scotland’s past with a particular focus on archaeology and history. This role…

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Job Opportunity with the Society!

12th January 2016 | Categories: Appointments

The Society is looking for someone to lead Fellowship and Development, who will deliver strategic and operational activity to support the membership (called Fellows) and increase the sustainability of the Society.  This will include day-to-day engagement with and services to Fellows and the promotion of the work of the Society.  The post-holder will be expected to increase…

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Chief Executive of Historic Environment Scotland

24th April 2015 | Categories: Appointments

Trustees of Historic Environment Scotland are looking to appoint the first Chief Executive of the new organisation. “This is an extraordinary and exciting moment for the historic environment in Scotland as the organisation prepares to take on a new role and responsibilities from 1 October 2015.  Historic Environment Scotland (HES), established by the Historic Environment…

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