Topic ID #36931 - posted 4/10/2016 10:54 AM

German, 29, MA-Archaeologist seeking a Job Worldwide



HankoR

  







My name is H. Roeser M.A., I am 29 years old and I am an archaeologist from Germany. I am seeking a job worldwide. I would prefere to work in an other country, to learn a new language and g
et some new cultural influences. 

    I am easly reachable: roeser-fw@gmx.de


Special skills

  • Skilled in computer work, messurement, geomagnetic and georadar systems

  • Work under hardest conditions - weatherproof

  • Leadership and motivation

  • Excavation methodes on different spots and serveral time periodes

  • Photo documentation and drawing


Degree


  • May 2013 Magister Artium (1,9), Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Archaeology, Exam „Archäologische Forschungen am Ringwall von Bina an der Gran (Slovakia)."


Education


  • Jan–Mar 2013 Academic Assistent, Prehistory and Archaeology, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main

  • Apr 2010–Aug 2012 Academic Assistent, Prehistory and Archaeology, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main

  • Apr 2007–Jan 2013 Magister Studies, Prehistory and Archaeology, Archaeology and Cuture Development of the Middle East, Classic Archaeology, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main


Archaeological Fieldworks


  • Jun-Oct 2015 Excavation in Oymaağac Höyük (Temple of Nerik?), Turkey, early-middle hittite periode, late bronze age

  • 2013-2014 Geomagnetic prospection and excavations on a slavic fortress close to Potzlow, Germany, early medieval time

  • 2008–2012 Research Project of Archaeological Institut SAV, Nitra (Archeologický Ústav SAV, Nitra) and the Goethe University Frankfurt Main, Leading and planing of annually excavations on the early medieval graveyard and still undated fortress in Bina Gran, Slovakia

  • Feb 2012 Leading of geomagnetic prospections in Biesenbrow, Germany, spot of an early medieval gold treasure find

  • Mar–Apr 2011 Excavation and survey Tell Chuera, Syria, early bronze age

  • 2010–2012 Research project of the Havard University and Goethe University, geomagnetic prospection Tarquimpol (roman periode) and Vic-sur-Seille (merovingian periode), France

  • Sep-Oct Excavation of a Gravettien resting place with hearth close to Seulberg, Germany, late stone age

  • Jun-Jul 2010 Excavation of the carolingian fortress "Castellum contra Magadaburg" close to Hohen Warthe, Germany, medieval time

  • 2008–2010 Research project of the Havard University and Goethe University, Geomagnetic Prospection, Snellegem, Belgien, merovingian nobility complex

  • Sep-Oct 2008 Excavation of a Magdalénien lithic tool production spot in Dreieich, Germany, late stone age

  • Aug-Sep 2008 Excavation and geomagnetical prospection of the carolingian fortress "Castellum contra Magadaburg" close to Hohen Warthe, Germany, medieval time

  • Jul-Aug 2008 Excavation of a late slavic fortress close to Ottersburg, Germany, medieval time


Öconomic Activities


  • Nov 2013-Feb 2016 LAWS – Lars Wasinski Security, Service and Management, Frankfurt am Main

  • Oct 2012-Nov 2013 SCW – Security Consulting Wasinski, Service and Management, Frankfurt am Main


Memberships


    ENKI e.V.: Society for support and sponsoring of excavations in the Middle East

    DJC e.V.: 1st German Judo Club (1. Deutscher Judo-Club), Frankfurt am Main


Computerskills


     MS Office, Open Office, Libre Officeadvanced skills through frequent and ongoing use

    Experienced in GPS and Total Station work with Leica, Zeiss and Sokkia base systems

     Geoinformationsystems GiS, QGiS, GVSIG

    Furthermore very good skills in work with Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, GIMP etc. and     computerworks in general


Languages


    ● German Mother tounge

    ● English advanced

    ● Turkish basics

    ● Russian basics


Additionals


     Activities in gym, cycling, jogging, football, volleyball, hiking and traveling







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