ORGANISATION/COMPANYUniversitat Jaume I
RESEARCH FIELDHistory › Prehistory
RESEARCHER PROFILERecognised Researcher (R2)
APPLICATION DEADLINE13/07/2020 00:00 - Europe/Brussels
LOCATIONSpain › Castelló de la Plana
TYPE OF CONTRACTTemporary
HOURS PER WEEK22,5
EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMEH2020 / ERC
Resolution of 19 June 2020, of the Vice-Rector for Research and Transfer of the Universitat Jaume I, announcing a public call to create a pool of candidates to fill vacancies for post-doctoral researchers to work in this organisation under a fixed-term employment contract that will end on completion of the job or service. Project: “Breaking Barriers Between Science and Heritage Approaches to Levantine Rock Art Through Archaeology, Heritage Science and IT (LArcHer)”.
Scientific context and Research Topic:
LArcHer is an interdisciplinary research project led by ICREA Research Professor Inés Domingo and Universitat Jaume I GenT Excelence Researcher Dídac Roman. LArcHer project aims at pioneering a new and more comprehensive way of understanding one of Europe’s most extraordinary bodies of prehistoric art, awarded Unesco World Heritage status in 1998: Levantine rock art (LRA). The ground-breaking nature of the project relies on combining a multidisciplinary (Archaeology, Heritage Science and IT) and multiscale approach (from microanalysis to landscape perspectives) to gain a holistic view of this art. It also aims at closing existing gaps between science and heritage mainstreams, to better understand the values and threats affecting this tradition and bring about a change in the way we understand, care, use and manage this millenary legacy. One of the key aims of this project, related to this position, is the documentation with digital technology (2D and 3D) of the rock art sites located in the north of the Valencian Country and its bordering territories (Teruel and Tarragona).
- To develop leadership on the multiple facets of Levantine rock art research (rock art descriptions, stylistic analysis and so forth).
- Collaborate in comparative analysis with other major rock art traditions.
- Use and test digital recording techniques (photography and 2D and 3D tracing).
- Collaborate in archaeological surveys in the research area.
- Management tasks for LArcHer project (max. 10% of the time) including drafting applications for permits and formal reports, among others).
- Prepare and present the achieved results in international and national conferences and publications.
UJI Web for more information and applications
Applications must be submitted via the online registry of the Universitat Jaume I ( June 30 to July 13)
In order to submit an online application, candidates must have a UJI user account (register a new account, if they do not have one), a digital certificate containing an electronic signature, or an electronic DNI (Spanish identity card). Applications shall be formalised through the online registry of the Universitat Jaume I:
(Search by code: 18873)
General applications must include the following:
I DECLARE that the details provided herein are true and that I meet the conditions for admission to the public service and the specific requirements set out herein.
I REQUEST admission to the selection process to create, through a simplified procedure, a pool of candidates for selecting research staff under a fixed-term employment contract that will end on completion of the job or service. Code 18873.
To the attention of: Human Resources Service.
The following documents must be submitted together with the online application: (one PDF file per document)
• Identity document (DNI, NIE, passport, etc.)
• Specific requirements (relevant degree certificate and academic transcript...)
• Curriculum vitae
• Other documents supporting relevant qualifications
Web site for additional job details
REQUIRED EDUCATION LEVELHistory: PhD or equivalent
Candidates must hold a doctoral degree in history, archaeology or equivalent
- PhD in Rock Art research.
- Experience in digital rock art documentation.
- Good knowledge of digital imaging techniques inherent to Heritage Sciences
- Strongly motivated to develop a scientific research.
The following knowledge and/or experience will be considered as preferred merits:
- Doctoral thesis on rock art (special consideration will be given to experience in Levantine rock art).
- Proven experience in digital documentation of rock art.
- Experience in archaeological prospecting focused on rock art.
- Good knowledge of the digital imaging techniques used in the heritage sciences.
- Ability to work independently and in cooperation with a research team.
- Excellent writing skills and ability to disseminate publications, reports, calls for papers, etc.
- Ability to produce results on time.
- Good level of English.
EURAXESS offer ID: 536917
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