Geomatics and Graphics Manager
AMS operates a hybrid working model where the successful candidate can work from home with attendance at our head office in Kilrush.
Salary range (€41,600 to €45,760– depending on experience)
Archaeological Management Solutions (AMS) is seeking a Geomatics and Graphics Manager to join our Geomatics and Graphics team working on projects in Ireland, the UK and further afield. This is a full-time, permanent position (subject to probation).
Responsibilities will include capturing, processing, and presenting survey data, managing geospatial data and configuring survey equipment. This role will also involve overseeing the Geomatics and Graphics Team, working across various sectors, and upholding geomatics procedures.
- Supervise team members including providing training and delegating tasks as necessary.
- Help coordinate archaeological field surveys, ensuring accurate data collection and documentation.
- Quality-assure survey data using industry-standard techniques and software (Leica Infinity).
- Oversee archaeological graphics and figures production to ensure quality outputs.
- Help configure survey equipment to support efficient and accurate data collection.
- Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to meet project requirements and deliver high-quality results.
- Train staff members and implement survey and graphics protocols to ensure adherence to best practices and regulatory requirements.
- Stay updated with advancements in survey technologies and methodologies to enhance survey quality and efficiency.
- Proven track record in conducting, processing, and analysing archaeological field survey data using survey-grade instruments and software.
- Proficiency in producing high-quality graphics for archaeological reports using GIS (QGIS or ArcGIS Pro), CAD and/or Adobe Creative Suite.
- Experience in geospatial data management, adhering to industry standards.
- In-depth knowledge of drawing conventions and how to effectively visualise data.
- Strong attention to detail and accuracy in data collection and documentation.
- Demonstratable experience in workload management and timely delivery of illustrations.
- Team leadership experience.
- Driver’s licence.
- Familiarity with 3D modelling, lidar/laser scan data processing, photogrammetry, structure-from-motion, or RTI.
- An honours degree in archaeology, geomatics or a related earth science discipline (NFQ Level 6/7 or EQF Level 6) or a relevant professional qualification.
- Competitive salary, under constant review and always current with IAI/CIfA recommendations; appointments will be made on the basis of demonstrated ability and previous experience
- AMS is an Equal Opportunities employer
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
- 20 days annual leave plus Public Holidays
- Company pension scheme after the probation period is completed
- Training budget and time allowance to attend conferences
- Paid IAI and/or CIfA membership
Applications via CV and cover letter should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be reviewing applications on receipt and if suitable candidates apply, we will contact you for an interview. The closing date for applications will be 24 November 2023. If you would like any further information on this post, please email email@example.com. Your enquiry will be treated with the strictest confidence.
AMS reserves the right to short-list applicants based on the information provided in the CV. Interviews will be held in MS Teams.
Contact details for two referees will be required. Referees will not be approached without the candidate’s permission.