We employ over 300 archaeology and heritage professionals, and have offices in London, Northampton and Basingstoke. We employ archaeologists, materials specialists, geomaticians, geophysical surveyors, graphics and photography professionals and enlist the help of our diverse support team, embracing experienced HR and finance professionals.
We offer excellent benefits to our permanent and temporary employees, including: enhanced sick pay, generous pension scheme, group life assurance, season ticket loan, cycle scheme, childcare vouchers, a health care cash plan and a subsidy for CIfA fees.
We support the development of the BAJR staff passport and sign-off skills during employment with MOLA. Owing to the complex nature of urban archaeology we do not require BAJR passport for recruitment.
We welcome enquiries about our advertised roles but please note that we are unable to accept speculative applications at this time. Our Human Resources team can be contacted on HR@mola.org.uk.
We are seeking a Chief Operating Officer to play a key role in realising our ambitions for sustainable business growth and deepening our social impact.
The Developer Services department is a core commercial function at MOLA London with responsibility for delivering field-based services to help clients discharge planning conditions. The department includes project managers, field staff, geoarchaeology, built heritage and the finds processing team.
We are looking to recruit a highly motivated and experienced pottery specialist to join our expanding Northampton team. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of the national, regional and local types of Iron Age and Roman pottery found in Northampton and the surrounding regions.
We are looking for an enthusiastic CITiZAN Archaeologist for Outreach, to join the CITiZAN team working out of our York office hosted by project partners the Council for British Archaeology.
We are currently looking for motivated and experienced project specific archaeologists to join MOLA Headland Infrastructure.