Researcher - ACCORD Project
Vacancy Description
Digital Design Studio Grade 6, £29,541 - £34,223 per annum 12 month fixed term
The Digital Design Studio (DDS) is the largest research centre at The Glasgow School of Art with a range of high profile activities in the field of heritage visualisation. It has recently been awarded an AHRC grant to investigate community co-design and co-production of three-dimensional visual records working with Archaeology Scotland and a range of Scottish archaeological community groups (ACCORD). One of the key objectives is to explore the social value and authenticity of 3D recording and modelling.  

This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual to work closely with the Principal and Co-Investigators in planning, leading and executing the objectives of the ACCORD project.  

The post holder will be educated to higher degree level (MSc/MA) and possess a broad understanding of the UK historic environment. You will play a lead role in delivering the research and community engagement outcomes of the ACCORD project and will require a good understanding of both the application of 3D recording technologies and recent research on social value in the heritage sector. A willingness to travel broadly within Scotland, including overnight stays and weekend working is essential.  

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Closing date for submission of completed applications: 13th December 2013  

For full details and to apply online, please visit: www.gsa.ac.uk/jobs  

The Glasgow School of Art is an equal opportunities employer.  

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