Careers

ACHM are recruiting for a minimum of 2 x Senior Heritage Advisors

We have a considerable pipeline of work throughout Australia and are looking to recruit some highly motivated and skilled people to join our team.

If you want to be part of a dynamic and well-established professional services firm with a highly experienced, collegial management team, then this is for you. 

The Position(s)

Reporting to the Operations Manager, the key role objectives are:

  • Assisting with the preparation of tenders for projects, tender panels and contracts;
  • Planning, scheduling, resourcing and executing consulting projects (including where required directly managing projects);
  • Management of project budgets and invoicing from inception to completion (with the assistance of administrative support staff),
  • Providing high level technical archaeological advice and heritage management solutions to clients, stakeholders and/or government
  • Ensuring sound project planning and timely delivery of all cultural heritage projects;
  • Ensuring high quality and comprehensive services to our clients and stakeholders at all times;
  • Liaison with government departments, stakeholders, organizations and industry in order to ensure optimum cultural heritage outcomes for all projects, and
  • Maintain excellent relationships with colleagues, clients and stakeholders internally and externally to the business.

​Selection Criteria

Common key skills and experience required for this position is:

  • Minimum of Honours Degree in Archaeology or cognate discipline, preferably from an Australian university,
  • Minimum of 5 years working in the heritage and/or heritage consulting industry in Australia or abroad,
  • Full membership (or qualifications enabling full membership) of the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists Inc (ACCAI),
  • Experience in Indigenous archaeology in Australia, Canada, the Pacific, NZ or the USA,
  • Strong focus on working safely at all times,
  • Sound judgement and situational awareness,
  • Strong  interpersonal  skills and  the  ability  to  positively  influence  decision  makers  and stakeholders,
  • Strong leadership  skills and the  ability  to  develop  and maintain key internal and external relationships,
  • Strong focus on quality and efficiency,
  • Ability to work as part of a team both in the field and the office,
  • Flexibility to undertake fieldwork both locally and interstate.

Highly regarded:

  • 4x4 Qualifications
  • Senior First Aid
  • Post-graduate degree
  • Experience with Certified QHSE systems
  • GIS Skills (i.e. ArcMap / QGIS / MapInfo)

Remuneration Package Negotiable based on experience

  • Highly competitive salary 
  • 4 weeks annual leave
  • Mobile phone and laptop supplied
  • Brand new office facilities
  • Flexible working hours and conditions

The position(s) may require local and occasional interstate travel, so flexibility is essential.

A copy of the position description and selection criteria can be obtained by sending your expression of interest to [email protected]

Written applications addressing the selection criteria must be submitted to [email protected] by 21st August 2018.