Become a Site Monitor - Chandramauleshwar Temple, site of GHF-sponsored conservation work at Hampi, India.

 

Become a Site Monitor

Chandramauleshwar Temple, site of GHF-sponsored conservation work at Hampi, India.

 

 

Site Monitors are responsible for visiting one or more heritage sites in the GHN database to evaluate threats to the site, its conservation status and overall condition.  As such, a Site Monitor should be based in the country where the site is located and possess a background in archaeology, heritage reservation or a related field.  While travel expenses can be provided, the role of Site Monitor is a largely volunteer position which entails:

• Visiting the site(s) to complete a State of Conservation Assessment (SCA)
• Aiding in the collection of other relevant site documentation
• Liaising with the Site Coordinator, GHN staff and others (e.g. government officials, onsite project staff if any)

If you are interested in becoming a Site Monitor please email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and include the following information:

• Site(s) of Interest
• Your Name
• Your Location
• Profession
• Academic / Professional Affiliation
• Background (educational, professional)
• Why do you want to be a GHN Site Monitor?
• Attach your CV

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