Senior Project Manager
Aileen has over 30 years' experience in professional archaeology in Britain. She graduated from UCL Institute of Archaeology in 1981 with a BA in Archaeology.
Aileen is an experienced archaeologist and project manager, having directed and published a number of large-scale urban and rural projects, including Causeway Lane, Leicester, and Brandon Road, Thetford. Her portfolio as a project manager includes several large urban excavation/post-excavation programmes in the medieval core of Huntingdon, as well as numerous rural and village core excavations and evaluations.
Aileen has been an Associate of the Institute for Archaeologists (ACIfA) since 1990 and is currently vice-chairman of the Council for British Archaeology Eastern Region Group (CBA East).
Strategic Delivery Officer
Anne is a member of the Corporate Management Team of Oxford Archaeology. She works across the Group on strategic development, particularly in the areas of training, process improvement and post-excavation.
Anne graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in English, and after a first career in Human Resource Management, she took the post graduate Diploma in Archaeology at the university. She led OA South's post-excavation teams from 1999 until 2016, when she moved into her new Corporate Management role. During her time as Head of Post-Excavation she managed, edited and contributed to a number of OA's key publications on Oxford and the Thames Valley, including 'Oxford before the University' and the Thames through Time series.
Since 2012 Anne has also been working with Oxford University Department for External Studies at Rewley House to develop and deliver a comprehensive programme of Historic Environment training to address skills and capacity shortages in the wider sector. She also represents OA on the sector working group to develop Trailblazer apprenticeships for the historic environment and is member of the team producing the Historic Towns Atlas of Oxford.
Stacey graduated from the University of South Wales in 2002 with a BA (Hons) in Human Resource Management and she is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
A HR and Training Practitioner with over 14 years’ experience in Human Resources and Training and Development, Stacey has worked in Education, Financial Services, Telecommunications, Retail, Healthcare and the Police.
Stacey joined Oxford Archaeology in July 2014 and as Group HR Officer, her role is to support the delivery of the human resources function. She is commercially focused and has a passion for personal and organisational success.
Paul has worked full-time in professional archaeology since the late 1980s and before that studied for a degree in Archaeological Sciences at the University of Bradford and a PhD at Bournemouth (awarded 1990). He leads the management team at OA East, and has delivered that role since 2002, spanning the acquisition of that business by OA in 2008.
Paul has managed archaeological programmes of all kinds for more than twenty years, but specializes in medieval archaeology and urban landscapes. Paul is also a medieval pottery specialist and has published widely in this area and in the study of medieval landscapes and economy. He has also been involved with the teaching of archaeology in continuing education for many years, and formerly acted as external examiner for Madingley Hall, Cambridge.
Oxford Regional Manager
Ken has over 20 years' experience in professional archaeology and is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (ACIfA). After graduating in 1986 with a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Science, Ken worked as a geologist before transferring to archaeology in 1988.
Since joining Oxford Archaeology in 1995, Ken has managed a wide range of archaeological projects, including large-scale mineral extraction schemes, housing developments, pipelines and road schemes. He was Project Manager for the archaeological fieldwork at Terminal 5 and has also been Project Manager for a number of other fieldwork projects at Heathrow, Stansted and Edinburgh Airports.
Ken has particular experience in the management of complex archaeological mitigation schemes within large-scale infrastructure works, development of innovative and cost-effective approaches to archaeological mitigation, implementation of digital recording systems, databases and GIS analysis and the provision of archaeological planning advice. Ken is also a qualified Health and Safety Advisor and helps co-ordinate and implement health and safety policy at OA South.