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Artefact – "Illuminate the Past  - Inspire the Future"

At Artefact, we create great heritage outcomes. While we know worthwhile things are not always easy, we believe innovative thinking and solid advice from our exceptional team will lead to heritage solutions that engage and empower our clients.

We strive to support each other, achieving empowerment both as individuals and together as a team. This is how we grow our unique culture. We recognise that work should be rewarding, challenging and fun. Career is such a big part of life why not make it count? Especially when we love what we do.

We are looking for people who are curious, collaborative and brave to help create a company that works, lives and plays by its values every day.

OUR VACANCIES

COME AND JOIN OUR TEAM


Think that you have something to offer? We’re keen to hear how you can contribute to our capabilities and culture. Here’s where your next career step begins …

If there isn’t an opportunity here at the moment, don’t hesitate to register your interest in working for us when a vacancy comes up. We might just drop you a line.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Officer (Aboriginal identified)

Artefact Heritage Services – Sydney

FULL TIME

About the role

An Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Officer is a key position in our new Aboriginal heritage team. The role is primarily to assist in delivery of Aboriginal archaeological fieldwork and to work with our archaeologists to attend site surveys and prepare assessment reports. 

This role will involve consultation with various Registered Aboriginal Parties in relation to identification, assessment, conservation and interpretation of places and objects that have cultural heritage value

The role would include mentorship to build archaeological assessment and fieldwork skills and is intended to be a entry level job with the view to building a career in cultural heritage management. .

This is an Aboriginal Identified role where Aboriginal identity, cultural knowledge or connections are a genuine aspect of the role. Positions are specifically noted under the provisions of the NSW Anti-discrimination Act (1977). 

Benefits and perks

Artefact knows that the key to our success is empowering our team both personally and professionally. Just some of the benefits we are proud to share with the team are:

  • Flexible work options, including work from home opportunities
  • Professional development leave allied with a professional development allowance
  • Regular training and informal learning opportunities
  • Membership fees paid for the appropriate professional organisation 
  • Clear career paths, accessible as you build on your experience 
  • Industry leading personal wellbeing support
  • A close-knit team who thrive in our supportive environment

Skills and experience

If you value being part of a close-knit team, love the challenges of working on a range of outstanding projects and the learning opportunities that come with that, and are serious about building your career, then you've just ticked the first three boxes!

If you can also demonstrate the following, then we would love to hear from you;

  • Applicants must be of Aboriginal descent through parentage, identification as being Aboriginal and accepted in the community as such. Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification and is authorised under Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1997.
  • Experience in Aboriginal cultural heritage assessment or management would be looked on favourably. Experience can be through a community organisation, Land Council, university or similar
  • Previous work with a heritage consultancy in NSW would be a bonus 
  • Exceptional skills in writing, communicating, and working with clients.

A competitive salary package will be negotiated with the right candidate.

Apply via Seek today or call Shabnam Pourbozorgi (Director - People and Culture) on 0402 073 485 for a confidential conversation.

Applications close 9:00am 30th May 2022 



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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Senior Heritage Consultant – Archaeologist

Artefact Heritage Services – Sydney

FULL TIME

About the role

A Senior Heritage Consultant is key to achieving project and team success as they not only take the lead in proving heritage advice, in delivering to deadlines and in managing budget, but they also embody who we are as a company to our clients.

Our Senior Heritage Consultants are experts in their field, first rate project managers and dedicated mentors to our talented up and coming Graduates and Heritage Consultants. In fulfilling these responsibilities, they are supported by our management team and technical Principals to ensure they can bring their best to the role.

Benefits and perks

Artefact knows that the key to our success is empowering our team both personally and professionally. Just some of the benefits we are proud to share with the team are:

  • Flexible work options, including work from home opportunities
  • Professional development leave allied with a professional development allowance
  • Regular training and informal learning opportunities
  • Membership fees paid for the appropriate professional organisation 
  • Ability to work across disciplines in the heritage field to learn new skills
  • Clear career paths, accessible as you build on your career and experience
  • Industry leading personal wellbeing support

A close-knit team who thrive in our supportive environment

Skills and experience

If you value being part of a close-knit team, love the challenges of working on a range of outstanding projects and the learning opportunities that come with that, and are serious about building your career, then you've just ticked the first three boxes!

If you can also demonstrate any or all of the following, then we would love to hear from you;

  • A degree or post-graduate qualification in archaeology or similar 
  • At least 4 years’ experience in Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal heritage consultancy would be looked upon favourably 
  • Experience undertaking historical archaeological excavations 
  • A understanding of the NSW Heritage Act and associated regulation
  • Confidence in managing complex projects and leading small teams
  • Exceptional skills in writing, communicating and working with clients
  • A passion for mentoring and helping others to succeed.

A competitive salary package will be negotiated with the right candidate.

Apply via Seek today or call Shabnam Pourbozorgi (Director - People and Culture) on 0402 073 485 for a confidential conversation.


Applications close 9:00am Monday 30/05/2022



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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Project Support Officer

Artefact Heritage Services – Sydney

FULL TIME

About the role

The Project Support team is critical to the consulting team's delivery of quality heritage outcomes. Reporting to the Director of Projects while working closely with the project team leader and managers, you will have a variety of responsibilities including assisting with project maintenance, scheduling, ensuring an efficient workflow and searching for innovative and timely solutions to team requirements. This role works most effectively in the office environment and is a full-time position.

Benefits and perks

  • Be part of a dynamic and innovative heritage management company
  • Close knit, supportive team who are passionate about what they do
  • Rewarding role with opportunities for professional development
  • Professional Development leave allied with a Professional Development allowance
  • Close to the CBD and all public transport options
  • Set days but flexible working hours

This exciting role welcomes applications from parents and/or carers wishing to balance work and family, people returning to the workforce after a break, mature age candidates, in fact anyone seeking a great work life balance! On-the-job training will be provided.

If you would like a confidential discussion about this role, please contact Shabnam Pourbozorgi on 0402 073 485.

Applications close Tuesday 14 June 2022.

Artefact Heritage welcomes and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. 

Key responsibilities

  • Conduct quality and consistency checks of Consultants', Subcontractors’, and casual staff timesheets to ensure 100% accuracy and timely delivery.
  • Create, maintain, and update individual projects in our project management system.
  • Produce employment contracts and related paperwork as directed by the PSO.
  • Work with project teams to develop a comprehensive workflow for project timelines and milestones.
  • Communicate with the and management team daily regarding scheduling and individual project requirements.
  • Other administrative and scheduling duties as required.

Skills and experience

  • Able to be both diplomatic and assertive, often at the same time!
  • Exceptional attention to detail.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Demonstrated experience in delivering quality client service.
  • Able to effectively prioritise and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.
  • Able to conform to shifting priorities, demands and timelines through analytical and creative problem-solving capabilities.
  • Proficiency in a range of computing skills including the Office Suite of programs.
  • Must hold a minimum c class drivers license.
  • Must be available Fulltime 
  • Exposure to Archaeological practice an advantage.


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LOCATION

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