Careers with Albion Archaeology

 
 Albion Archaeology team member at work on site

Albion Archaeology team member at work on site

 
 A group of the Albion Archaeology team on site

A group of the Albion Archaeology team on site

 
 A member of the Albion Archaeology team working at the Albion Archaeology head office at St. Mary's Church, Bedford

A member of the Albion Archaeology team working at the Albion Archaeology head office at St. Mary's Church, Bedford

 
 A member of the Albion Archaeology team on site monitoring a digger during an excavation

A member of the Albion Archaeology team on site monitoring a digger during an excavation

Join Albion Archaeology

Working for Albion Archaeology means working for an organisation that is committed to excellence in preserving and recording our past for future generations, and which seeks to support all staff in their professional development.

All future vacancies will be advertised on the Central Bedfordshire Council website.

Want to be an archaeologist?

In general, most archaeologists have at least a BA or BSc in Archaeology, though there is a possibility of an apprenticeship route into archaeology in the future. Aside from an education, the most important assets a would-be archaeologist can have are experience of digging (ideally in a commercial environment, but work on community excavation projects is also beneficial). A driving licence often helps - archaeologists work all over the country, usually in places not accessible by public transport.

For more information about becoming an archaeologist, check out the Council for British Archaeology guide

 

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We are not currently hiring for any positions. Contact us if you would like to be notified of upcoming vacancies.