Jaime Levell BA MA
Jaime has been working in commercial archaeology since graduation in 2010. Jaime spent time working in Turkey excavating the early Byzantine settlement of Kilise Tepe with Cambridge and Newcastle Universities before working for several field units in the UK including Pre-Construct Archaeology, Northern Archaeological Associates (NAA) and Wardell Armstrong. Jaime worked in Canada for a year, supervising commercial teams excavating flint scatters whilst developing knowledge of GPS and total station survey. After returning to the UK, Jaime joined excavations on the A1 Leeming to Barton Motorway Upgrade with NAA and worked as an area supervisor on deeply stratified Roman extra-mural defended settlements. Jaime spent almost 2 years as an archaeologist with Wardell Armstrong, during which time she excavated at multiple sites including working on large infrastructure projects in East Anglia, supervising watching briefs, evaluations and excavations and completing the post excavation work. In 2017 Jaime was promoted to Junior Supervisor with Wardell Armstrong where she was responsible for I completed evaluations and watching briefs at Wardell with the occasional small open area excavation mainly looking at industrial period remains, I also frequently took part in geophysical surveys. Jaime has recently joined AOC Archaeology as a Project Supervisor and has predominantly worked on a number of large evaluations of varying dates.
Levell, JM 2017. Heath Lane, Lowton: Archaeological Excavation Assessment – unpublished report.
Levell, JM 2017. Main Street, Scotton: Archaeological Evaluation Report – unpublished report.
Levell, JM 2018. Bicester Office Park: Archaeological Evaluation Report- forthcoming.