Graduate Heritage Consultant

We have an excellent opportunity for an early career archaeologist in our Victorian Heritage team.

As a Graduate Heritage Consultant you will focus a lot of your energy on the analysis of Aboriginal cultural material and associated reporting.

If you already have experience in this space, we may consider upgrading this role to a more senior level, or, with limited experience, this entry level role will suit you if you are ambitious to progress your career in the heritage industry.

Located in either our Wangaratta or Albury office, you will be supported by a number of experienced and highly knowledgeable heritage consultants, both locally and from Melbourne. In North-East Victoria you will have the opportunity to work in some of the state’s most beautiful locations, from riverine to alpine. As limited archaeological studies have been undertaken in the area there is the opportunity to develop the understanding of the rich Aboriginal and historic archaeology in the region.

Please note that a relocation package may be available for suitable candidates.

What we offer 

Biosis prides itself on having a supportive and progressive workplace culture.

All our employees enjoy:

  • A learning and development program that’s valued by staff
  • Team retreat days
  • Study assistance to pursue higher qualifications
  • Internal job opportunities throughout NSW and Victoria
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Active recognition and acknowledgment of exceptional work through employee spot rewards
  • Employee Assistance Program … and much more!⁠


To apply, please submit your application to our SWAG job board.

You will need to submit your CV and cover letter addressing how you meet the below selection criteria:

  • Appropriate tertiary qualifications in Archaeology or an equivalent discipline.
  • An ability to work on site, away from home and in remote locations if necessary.
  • Previous working experience is in this field is desirable, but not essential.
  • A desire to learn from experts in the field.
  • A drivers’ license (Manual preferred but not essential).
  • Australian working rights.

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