O Museu Britânico procura voluntários para trabalho de campo no Sudão. Aqui fica o anúncio original:
The Amara West research project, based at the British Museum is currently looking for a person to join the fieldwork in the cemeteries at Amara West, Sudan from early January to late February 2011.
- sufficient experience in excavation, recording and documentation (digital and non-digital) of human remains and burials
- working in hot and dry climates
- supervision of a team of local workmen (knowledge of Arabic is not required)
Accommodation will be basic and provided in a mudbrick house in a village on Ernetta Island, with 2-3 people sharing a room, electricity is confined to evening hours, running water is very scarce.
Please note that this is an unpaid job. However, all expenses (travel, accommodation, food, medication) will be covered during the time of the project.
For further information on the project see: http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/research_projects/amara_west_research_project.aspx
Applications including a CV and two references can be sent directly to the project director Dr. Neal Spencer: firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for application is November 20th.
For any general questions regarding the job or project please contact Michaela Binder: email@example.com