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Current vacancies

The CBA currently has two vacancies for full-time posts based in its York office.

Partnerships Manager (salary £30k): the main purpose of this new role is to

(A) work with external audiences and partners to raise the CBA’s profile and deliver CBA strategic aims through partnerships and projects;
(B) maintain a representative, loyal membership body to strengthen advocacy and sustainability;
(C) deputise for the Director, as appropriate;
(D) work with key internal CBA stakeholders including staff, volunteers and the Network.

Resources Coordinator (salary £26k): the main purpose of this new role is to

(A) drive cost efficiency, increase productivity and streamline workflow by establishing process and performance improvement and quality control systems
(B) project manage resources and budgets
(C) manage a busy office

Application details are available below and applications for both roles should be submitted by 5pm on Friday 24 April, preferably by email to Interviews will be held in mid May.

Future vacancies

Any future CBA opportunities will be advertised on our website and Britarch-News forum and on the British Archaeological Jobs and Resources website, CIfA Jobs Information Service and Training Bulletin and in Heritage Update.

Volunteering roles

Here at the CBA office in York, there are often opportunities to contribute your skills to help us with our day-to-day work, from listed building casework and the annual UK Festival of Archaeology, to campaigning, marketing and fundraising.

We also welcome CBA champions to help raise our profile at a local level and promote our membership and student membership programmes.

There are also opportunities to volunteer for the wider CBA Network by getting involved with your local CBA Group committee or joining your local county archaeological society or university archaeological society. Contact us for details.

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