We’re currently hiring for field archaeologists, supervisors, and project officers to be based at either our Leeds or Milton Keynes offices. Check out our Careers page to find out more!
Archaeological Supervisors (and/or Assistant Supervisors) We are currently hiring Archaeological Supervisors (and/or Assistant Supervisors), to be based at our Musselburgh offices. To find out more, including how to apply, see our careers page.
We are currently hiring for Field Archaeologists, to be based at our Leeds and Milton Keynes offices for work across the country. To find out more, including how to apply, see our careers page.
Project Manager (or Senior Project Manager) Location: Milton Keynes offices Salary: Negotiable, starting from £38,561+ (DOE and benefits) Contracts: Full time (permanent) – 37.5 hours per week CFA is seeking to appoint a Project Manager at our Milton Keynes Office. We are seeking a … Read More »
Exciting Announcement! Our Mills of the Upper Don Community Project (which starts tomorrow!) has an addition to the itinerary. The building recording survey on SATURDAY, 11 MARCH will now include an exclusive private visit to the Wortley Top Forge museum! … Read More »
We’ve got another community archaeology event planned for March – CFA will be leading volunteers in archival research and archaeological building recording on the mills of the Don Valley, in Sheffield. Follow our webpage to see the latest updates. Or, … Read More »
Publication Alert! Domestic and commercial cellars and a bread oven in 19th-century properties at Eyre Lane, Earl Street and Hallam Lane, Sheffield
CFA has published a new article in Volume 31 of the Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society. Read more on our website. Find the article at the Hunter Archaeological Society here.
Riddle’s Court, Lawnmarket, Edinburgh: a merchant’s house fit for a king Riddle’s Court, a former merchant’s house situated off the Royal Mile, Lawnmarket, Edinburgh, underwent major refurbishment and transformation into the Patrick Geddes Centre for Learning from 2015 to 2017. … Read More »
CFA Archaeology’s offices will be closed until the 3rd of January (England) and the 4th of January (Scotland). We hope everyone has a restful and joyful holiday break, and we will reply to all enquiries upon our return. Happy holidays!
CFA Archaeology has been featured in a recent article by DigIt! discussing the importance and practicality of developer-led archaeology in Scotland. Click here to read the article and learn more.