Maxine Curry
Dayjob Limited
The Big Peg
120 Vyse Street
Birmingham B18 6NF
T: 0044 121 638 0026


An adaptable and resourceful Archaeologist who has a successful track record of investigating, excavating and analysing archaeological artefacts, such as pottery, weapons, coins and human remains. Maxine has a patient and methodical approach to undertaking archaeological field investigations. She can inspire and lead a team to deliver stunning archaeological outcomes in line with a projects key aims. Furthermore, as a true professional she is able to propose, implement and monitor measures necessary to comply with national, environmental and social legislation. On a personal level she has always had a natural curiosity for learning about the past. Right now, she is looking for a suitable position with an organisation that has a friendly and encouraging atmosphere within which to grow and bloom.


ARCHAEOLOGIST – Start Date – Present
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Responsible for leading a diverse team that examines artefacts such as prehistoric tools, buildings, bones and tiny organisms.


  • Managing the work of contractors and other third parties.
  • Organising teams of diggers and volunteers.
  • Advising on the archaeological implications of planning applications.
  • Liaising with clients, engineers, other design team members and curators.
  • Providing leadership to junior team members.
  • Analysing artefacts in a laboratory setting.
  • Taking and then studying aerial photographs of excavation sites.
  • Visiting sites of historical interest.
  • Creating virtual simulations of how archaeological sites or artefacts would have looked in the past.
  • Planning surveys and excavations.
  • Recording all facts accurately.
  • Labelling artefacts and then storing them away.
  • Advising on the preservation and conservation of historical artefacts.
  • Working on field excavations and digs.
  • Using the latest software to produce simulations of the way a building, site or artefact would have looked.
  • Checking planning applications.

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  • Using mathematical, statistical and computational modelling techniques to come to conclusions.
  • Have a careful and methodical approach to work.
  • A good degree qualification in Archaeology and qualifications in other related disciplines.
  • Strong technical skills along with excellent report writing ability.
  • A member of the Chartered Institute of Archaeologists.
  • Knowledge of the techniques of archaeological excavation and the processing and analysis of artefacts.
  • Excellent communication, presentation and teamwork skills.
  • Can work to tight deadlines due to property development schedules etc.


  • Able to work outside in adverse weather conditions.
  • Physically fit and able to conduct excavations with shovels and other tools.
  • Have no trouble bending, kneeling, standing and lifting.
  • Prepared to work evenings and weekends.


Community archaeology
Commercial archaeology
Research archaeology
General excavation
Recording techniques
Archaeological fieldwork
Excavation projects
Collecting data
Human evolution
Forensic investigation


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