Intitulé de l'offre : Archaeological research engineer - Collection and analysis of archaeological sources - IR (M/F) (H/F)
Référence : UMR7298-INGPRO-003
Nombre de Postes : 1
Lieu de travail : AIX EN PROVENCE
Date de publication : vendredi 2 février 2024
Type de contrat : CDD Scientifique
Durée du contrat : 14 mois
Date d'embauche prévue : 1 mars 2024
Quotité de travail : Temps complet
Rémunération : 3029.11 euros
Niveau d'études souhaité : Niveau 8 - (Doctorat)
Expérience souhaitée : 1 à 4 années
Section(s) CN : Ancient and medieval worlds
By actively contributing to building archaeology research through visual archaeological analysis, to carry out highly detailed high-quality hand-drawn stone-by-stone surveys of the elevations of Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris and several other medieval cathedral buildings in France (12th-13th centuries), while actively contributing to research into the archaeology of buildings through visual archaeological analysis.
On site (in situ) and in the workshop, using digital surveys (photogrammetry, laser scanner, tacheometer/total station), to carry out highly detailed high-quality hand-drawn stone-by-stone surveys manual surveys on-site (in situ) and in the workshop, to the highest standards of archaeological and geometric accuracy, of the elevations of the Gothic buildings covered by the Altior research programme, as part of missions of variable duration:
Dual training as an architect (diploma in Architecture) and as a building archaeologist (doctorate in archaeology or architecture); solid, proven and recognised experience in the field of manual (hand-drawn) stone-by-stone architectural surveying specific to this type of archaeological approach in the context of large-scale archaeological projects, and in the surveying of medieval buildings, according to the methodologies corresponding to the profile of the post. A sound knowledge of Gothic architecture and construction is required, with priority given to the precise perimeter of the buildings included in the ANR programme: the cathedrals of Paris, Sens, Chartres, Bourges, Amiens and Beauvais, and other cathedral and abbey churches from the early Gothic and radiant Gothic periods in France. Additional skills required: proficiency in digital survey tools (tacheometer/total station, photogrammetry, scanner).
Confirmed and recognised specialisation in manual (hand-drawn) stone-by-stone surveying, carried out autonomously and backed up by the 3D digital surveying carried out simultaneously as part of WP3: photogrammetry, scanning, tacheometry/total station; high capacity for analytical observation and high-quality graphic representation, with a view to highlighting the micro-relief of building stone surfaces at very high definition, taking into account all hidden elements (joints, metal reinforcement, mortar, ties, putlog holes, ashlars, traced outlining, stages of preparation of sculptural elements, roughing, etc.); processing, formatting and preparation for scientific publication of the results, etc.); processing, formatting and preparing the graphic documents created for scientific publication.
Work both independently and in close collaboration with the IE in charge of the digital 3D survey, and with all the members of the ANR programme involved in all its work packages. Be capable of organising and managing priorities according to the timetable imposed by the accessibility of the monuments to be surveyed and studied;
Constant dialogue with the WP3 leader, Andreas Hartmann-Virnich, and with all the members of the ANR programme involved in all the WP3 work packages, in order to configure, define and prioritise the objectives of the work to be carried out.
Participate in all communication, publication and scientific and general public promotion activities relating to the research carried out within the Altior programme.
Contexte de travail
The nature of the work requires a high degree of availability for the completion of assignments, the organization of which will be determined as the research program progresses and in agreement with the scientific managers of the ANR program. Between assignments, the work may be carried out wholly or partly on a mobile basis (telecommuting is possible). The work will be carried out under the scientific responsibility of Andreas HARTMANN-VIRNICH, Professor of Art History and Medieval Archaeology, member of LA3M UMR 7298, in charge of WP3 of the Altior program, in correspondence with the program manager, Yves GALLET, and with the managers of the other program WPs.
Contraintes et risques
isk of accidents on the same level, falls from heights (scaffolding training, personal equipment), risks associated with internal traffic, collapses and falling objects. Product-related risks (presence of high-risk chemical elements such as lead: possibility of introducing reinforced personal monitoring). Risks associated with thermal environments. Risks associated with lighting, isolated work and screen work.