National Museum Bloemfontein Archaeology Internship Programme 2021
This internship represents a training collaboration initiative between the Archaeology Department and the Florisbad Quaternary Research Station at the National Museum, Bloemfontein.
INTERN: ARCHAEOLOGY / FLORISBAD QUATERNARY RESEARCH STATION
Period: 12 months
SALARY: Stipend depending on qualification level
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- A knowledge and interest in African Archaeology/ African Prehistory/ African Quaternary Science.
- University BSc or BA degree (Archaeology or Geology) or Honours level qualification and an interest in pursuing/current involvement in a post-graduate studies.
- Computer literacy.
- A knowledge of statistical analyses will be an advantage.
- A valid (unendorsed) Code 8 driving license.
- Self-motivation and determination
- The ability to work under pressure
- Good interpersonal relations skills
- Good written and verbal skills.
HOW TO APPLY
If you meet ALL the stated requirements, kindly e-mail your application to email@example.com, including a covering letter, a copy of your identification document, copies of qualifications and a comprehensive CV (including three referees with their contact details).
In addition please supply a list of research publications in peer reviewed journals for last 5 years.
Applications not meeting the criteria will be disqualified.
Should you not hear from us within 21 days after the closing date, consider your application unsuccessful
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