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New Rubicon UK Project Supervisor

Rubicon are pleased to announce that Callum Allsop has joined the Rubicon Heritage (UK) Ltd team. Callum is appointed as Project Supervisor and is based out of the company’s Edinburgh Office. Callum has several years’ experience working as a commercial archaeologist, having worked on archaeological projects throughout the UK as well as on the island […]

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Preparing the Geophysical Survey in Orkney (Rubicon Heritage)

Job Position: Project Supervisor, Scotland

Rubicon are currently recruiting for a Project Supervisor based in our Edinburgh office. For details on the position and how to apply see below: PROJECT SUPERVISOR Based in Edinburgh Salary £19,911 – £20,500 dependent on experience Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd is the only major archaeological consultancy with offices in both the UK and Ireland. Rubicon […]

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Rubicon at Dunbar SciFest

Rubicon are returning to the popular Dunbar SciFest on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th March 2015 (10am to 5 pm) on a stall along with East Lothian Council Archaeology Service, Archaeology Scotland and Addyman Archaeology. We will be located in the Community Windpower Marquee hosting drop in sessions on archaeo-science topics including burials and bones […]

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Burns Night Supper Invite

Great Chieftain O’ the Puddin-Race!

On 26th January last, Rubicon’s own tim’rous beastie, Colm Moloney, in company with Louise Baker, attended the Burns Night Supper at the British Ambassador’s residence in Glencairn, Dublin. The event was attended by Ms Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs, along with Irish politicians such as former Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore TD. A […]

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Excavation of a trench within Lochend Doocot (Friends of Lochend Park)

Digging a Doocot in Lochend Park, Edinburgh

A project investigating the Heritage of Lochend Park in the northeast of the City of Edinburgh has been initiated by the voluntary group ‘Friends of Lochend Park’. The park is one of many green spaces owned and managed by The City of Edinburgh Council. It has a rich heritage and Lochend House which is built […]

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