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Congratulations UCL ASE - P Prentice - 25th June 2014

just thought it was worth recognising the evident sagacity at ucl as witnessed in their recently placed above minima adverts. i'm sure they will attract many of the high calibre bajrites they deserve, and this will no doubt translate into good archaeological business.


Congratulations UCL ASE - RedEarth - 25th June 2014

Was that supposed to sound sarcastic?


Congratulations UCL ASE - troll - 25th June 2014

Absolutely........ huge congratulations are indeed due in bucketloads. I had to leave my beloved profession to earn a decent wage in that wavelength. My God-I`ve just had a thought......the profession could be led from the front lines rather from the rear where pampered and ring-fenced Colonels continue to enjoy job-security by bleeding the skills of others! Massive congratulations to UCL ASE.......long may this continue and become a viral (long-overdue) phenomena. :face-approve:


Congratulations UCL ASE - Marc Berger - 26th June 2014

+side: they call their diggers "archaeologists". Is it a Valetta definition, something to do with copyrights?
- side: it would be interesting to see their books. Its not obvious how the entity is defined. To any ucl graduates that don't get a place is cau


Congratulations UCL ASE - Dinosaur - 27th June 2014

Marc Berger Wrote:+side: they call their diggers "archaeologists". Is it a Valetta definition, something to do with copyrights?
- side: it would be interesting to see their books. Its not obvious how the entity is defined. To any ucl graduates that don't get a place is cause ucl wasn't good enough.

They don't look like digger jobs, more PO/SPO, even the junior posts are expected to run projects


Congratulations UCL ASE - BAJR - 28th June 2014

Dino he is right... the Archaeologist is equivalent to a supervisor / asst supervisor.

the digger ( or asst Archaeologist as they call em..)
£17,678-£19,247
http://www.bajr.org/Employment/UKEmploymentDetails.asp?ID=9312

and they also get a MtM Smile