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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

Office Manager

Artefact Heritage Services – Sydney

FULL TIME

About the role

We are currently seeking to appoint a talented office manager with great organisational skills who will be critical to the company success. 

Are you an experienced office all-rounder and want to join Australia’s fastest-growing market leader, where your achievements will be recognised and rewarded? This is your chance to be part of a forward-thinking firm, where everything you do will impact the growth and success of the business. You will be joining a supportive and collaborative team culture where you will find opportunities to add value and drive results.

Benefits and perks

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

  • A close-knit team who thrives in our supportive environment
  • A beautiful waterfront office location close to public transport, restaurants and cafes 
  • Professional development leave allied with a professional development allowance
  • Training and informal learning opportunities
  • Industry leading wellbeing initiatives 

Skills and experience

  • Experience in office admin or office management 
  • Experience in a consulting company preferred 
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment
  • Embraces diversity and cultural differences
  • Strong organizational, time management and multitasking abilities
  • Strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills a must 
  • Tech-savvy (i.e. network, computer OS, software, database understanding and Microsoft 365 proficiency)

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide all administrative support to the management and technical teams
  • Oversee the smooth running of the office and equipment store 
  • Manage the vehicle booking system 
  • Assist in establishing, and maintaining, the equipment tracking register 
  • Assist the technical team in booking travel and equipment for archaeological excavations and fieldwork 
  • Reception duties when needed 
  • In consultation with our IT support provider, manage basic day-to-day IT set up, hardware/software requirements for staff and IT troubleshooting 
  • Oversee organisation of team events, conferences, and functions
  • Assist with invoicing and data entry
  • Assist with preparing internal reports
  • Assist with HR tasks such as recruitment and safety management 

What you will need to succeed

This role is part of a small team, so the successful candidate will be an energetic professional who doesn't mind wearing multiple hats. Experienced in handling a wide range of administrative duties and management support-related tasks and able to work independently with little or no supervision. Well organised, flexible, and enjoys the administrative challenges of supporting an office of diverse people. 

Inclusion and diversity are a priority for us. “Diversity” to us means diversity in gender, age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and ability, and “inclusion” for us means inclusion for all. We are committed to fostering a truly diverse workforce that is inclusive of everyone. Therefore, we welcome applicants who reflect diversity of gender, culture, experience, and skills, regardless of gender identity, age, sexual orientation, disability, or ethnicity.

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 10/02/2023




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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Senior Heritage Consultant (Aboriginal Archaeology) - Maitland NSW

Artefact Heritage Services – Sydney

FULL TIME

About the role

The Senior Archaeologist would work with our growing team of consultants and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Officers in our Aboriginal archaeology team. The team undertakes field survey, excavation, assessment, and provision of heritage advice as well as Aboriginal consultation and Connecting with Country projects.

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 an 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 thrives 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 the following, then we would love to hear from you.

  • A degree or post-graduate qualification in archaeology or similar 
  • Experience in Aboriginal heritage consultancy in any state 
  • Experience undertaking archaeological excavations 
  • An understanding of the National Parks and Wildlife Act and associated regulations 
  • Confidence in managing complex projects 
  • 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 0402073485 for a confidential conversation.




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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Aboriginal Heritage Team Leader

Artefact Heritage Services – Sydney

FULL TIME

About the role

An Aboriginal Heritage Team Leader is a key leadership position in the company. The role oversees a small team of consultants who deliver Aboriginal heritage assessments, consultation, fieldwork and advice. The role involves working with the Aboriginal heritage team to deliver to deadlines, prepare tenders, manage budget, and embody who we are as a company to our clients.

This role will involve provision of high level technical advice to clients, and technical mentorship for the Aboriginal heritage team including our in house Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Officers. 

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:

  • Experience in managing Aboriginal heritage values either in a consulting, community, or regulatory environment
  • Experience working with Aboriginal people and respect for cultural sensitives 
  • Familiarity with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Act 
  • Previous work with a heritage consultancy in NSW would be a bonus 
  • Exceptional skills in writing, communicating, and working with clients.
  • A tertiary degree in archaeology or similar 
  • Ability to motivate and inspire the best work professionally and personally from team members

Interstate candidates are encouraged to apply. 

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.



REGISTER INTEREST
CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Senior Heritage Consultant (Aboriginal archaeology)

Artefact Heritage Services – Sydney

FULL TIME

About the role

The Senior Archaeologist would work with our growing team of consultants and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Officers in our Aboriginal archaeology team. The team undertakes field survey, excavation, assessment, and provision of heritage advice as well as Aboriginal consultation and Connecting with Country projects. 

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 an 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 thrives 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 the following, then we would love to hear from you.

  • A degree or post-graduate qualification in archaeology or similar 
  • Experience in Aboriginal heritage consultancy in any state 
  • Experience undertaking archaeological excavations 
  • An understanding of the National Parks and Wildlife Act and associated regulations 
  • Confidence in managing complex projects 
  • 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 0402073485 for a confidential conversation.




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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Casual Field Archaeologist

Artefact Heritage Services – Sydney

CASUAL

About the role

We have multiple upcoming positions available for short and longer-term archaeological fieldwork programs. Artefact Heritage is seeking expressions of interest from archaeologists for a casual position and involvement in possible future fieldwork opportunities. 

Fieldwork opportunities are within the Greater Sydney Area and surrounds.  

To take advantage of this opportunity, applicants are required to submit an expression of interest detailing relevant experience, with a copy of a current Curriculum Vitae and names and details of referees from relevant sources within the industry.

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 have come to the right place. 

Competitive hourly rate will be negotiated with the right candidates.

Call Shabnam Pourbozorgi (Director - People and Culture) on 0402073485 for a confidential conversation.


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