Posted by: archaccess | October 22, 2014

ACA Administrator Job Vacancy

A full-time vacancy exists from 1/1/2015 for an Administrative Assistant to support the promotion, organisation, running and reporting of the widening participation and outreach activities of Access Cambridge Archaeology (ACA). The application deadline is midnight on 09/11/2014.

The job description and person specification, along with details of how to apply, are available to view on the University of Cambridge’s job vacancies website here.

The incumbent administrator, Clemency Cooper, has been working at ACA since April 2010 and will be leaving at the end of November to start the role of Outreach Officer for the Portable Antiquities Scheme’s new PASt Explorers project based at the British Museum. Clem has thoroughly enjoyed being a member of the ACA team and would like to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone she has worked with over the last four and a half years.

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  1. Hello Clem, and although I will be sad to see you go, I do wish you all the very best and congratulations, on your excellent PAS job at the British Museum.

    You have been brilliant over these last few years, and all your hard work, cheerful smile, and patience with the likes of myself and other “Challenging” amateur history buffs, has been truly a joy? and its a big thanks to you Clem, and the team for inspiring us diggers, and making local history so much more exciting.

    I hope you get to be let loose in the British Museum vaults, as that must be a dream job for both general Interest and research. And if you see anything relating to Melford and area, that perhaps may have been found and forgotten, please do let us know Clem.

    Take good care Clem, and have a truly great time working in the “big smoke.

    Very Best wishes Rob

    • Thank you so much for your very kind words Rob! I can absolutely assure you that you have been an absolute delight to work with – and in no way challenging! You never cease to be enthusiastic, knowledgeable and helpful. It really is people like you who have made my job not only easier but also fun, rewarding and enjoyable. My new contact details will be on the PAS website in December and please feel free to get in touch, it will be great to hear from you.

      Very best wishes to you too,
      Clem

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