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Post-doctoral contract on the impact of climate change on the cultural and geomorphological heritage of the islands of Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin M / W

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Français - Anglais

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General information

Reference : UMR6566-MARDAI0-001
Workplace : RENNES
Date of publication : Friday, July 17, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 18 months
Expected date of employment : 16 September 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2648 € and 3768 € (gross salary)
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years

Missions

As part of the ALOA project (Archéologie Littorale Outre Atlantique, Fondation de France) dedicated to the impact of climate change on the cultural (archaeological) heritage of the Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin islands, the recruited person will be dedicated, on the one hand, to the operational coordination of the project and, on the other hand, to the development of participatory science methodologies to carry out a heritage health report in its geomorphologic context and to develop action research principles.

Activities

The main activities of the recruited person will be to:
- participate in archaeological, geomorphological and environmental data collection activities;
- build the collaborative database of the project
- ensure scientific and technical monitoring of the ALOA project;
- write technical reports and research articles;
- participate in workshops or conferences to present this work
- feed the project blog and other communication media.

Skills

- Phd in geography, with expertise in geomorphology on the evolution of the coastline and the coastline. This expertise must be confirmed by publications in conferences and newspapers in the field.

- Very good knowledge of georeferenced data processing techniques, collaborative databases and analysis of geomorphological data. Depending on the profile of the person recruited, additional training may be provided.

- Willingness to work in a team.
- Ability to work in the field.
- Mobility (periods - several weeks per year - of field work in Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin).
- Ability to communicate with a wide audience.

Work Context

The CReAAH is a multidisciplinary research team (archeology, archaeosciences, history).
The "Coastal Archeology" team in which the person will be recruited aims to better understand the impact of climate change on coastal systems and their cultural heritage, on both sides of the Atlantic. In this context, the team has developed several research programs aimed at finding solutions to the announced destruction of part of this heritage. To do this, the team is developing an analytical approach (assessment of health status, prioritization of actions to be undertaken) as well as action research involving all institutional stakeholders (heritage managers, Ministry of Culture, coastal managers ...), academics (researchers, specialists ...) but also the public (associations, coast guards ...) in a participatory science approach (public awareness, online collaborative tools, public conferences, communication).
The recruited person can benefit from the dynamism and expertise of the team for their work and build on existing tools (as part of the ALeRT project) which should be adapted to the local context.
https://alert-archeo.org/
https://aloa.blog/

Additional Information

The auditions will take place (in visio) between 17th and 21st of August 2020.

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