Deputy of the head of research – archaeologist

A deputy of the head of research is a professional deputising the head of research during his absence. A deputy of the head of research is also listed in the consent for research and must have suitable education, work experience and must be the author or co-author of professional reports.

When asserting the qualification, the informally acquired education, i.e. all forms of education acquired from the non-accredited study programmes, may be taken into account. Informal education may replace a part of required field experience and/or submitted reports. 

A deputy of the head of research must be in a contractual (business) relationship with the researcher.


Responsible: Ministry of Culture | Last updated: 27. 11. 2015