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Phildon    2

• Role operating state of the art 3D scanning technology on an important marine archaeology project - starting early to mid 2018.
• All expenses paid opportunity of a lifetime to learn modern archaeology processes in a tropical setting.
• Applicants should have an interest in computer generated 3D technology, creative skills - an interest in maritime history an advantage.
• A life changing experience recovering artefacts from a very prominent shipwreck, for a minimum of 3 months.
• Good work ethics, an easy going and positive mental attitude essential.

• Wages @ £1750 Sterling per month
Please pm for more information

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Keign    2

This sounds like a blast! That's really unfortunate that you can only take people from that area though...

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Archaeology and 3D! Sounds great, been interested in archaeology since I was a child. Unfortunately I don't live in that area.

Good luck finding someone :)

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MJohnny    44

Hm, I would gladly quit my job for something like this...

Assuming lidar scanning and retopology of the final mesh in selected 3d app.

Why use c4d? It's not very good for this type of work in my opinion.

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Phildon    2
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  • Apologies for not replying to any of you. I was told to put the recruitment drive on hold, whilst we were awaiting the results of our tender. We have been successful and I have been also asked to open my search up to people from other countries. If any of you are interested still, please do send me a pm.

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    Phildon    2
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  • Anyone?

     

    I have updated the information in the job description.

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