Who can apply for these positions?
Open competitions are a means of entering the French civil service, they lead to permanent positions.
The recruitment campaign is generally aimed at researchers at the beginning of their career who have obtained their PhD (or who have a degree and completed scientific work judged to be equivalent).
Candidates must have published articles on the results of their PhD.
Candidates are recruited on the basis of their scientific competence which they will put to the service of INRAE's major research axes by responding to a research topic. Candidates can find out all about this research topic in the job profiles published on our site.
In what scientific disciplines is INRAE recruiting in 2021?
60 positions are available throughout France
The positions are in the following fields: agronomy, forestry and livestock research - molecular biology - ecology - economics - genetics – genomics and other omics approaches – geochemistry and biogeochemistry - geography and geomatics – computer science and artificial intelligence - biological and environmental engineering - instrumentation, robotics and imaging - mathematics – mathematics and informatics for living organisms and the environment - neurosciences and behavioural sciences - nutrition - physiology - physics, chemistry, material sciences - sociology.
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Our research topics lie at the crossroads between agriculture, food, and the environment. We tackle questions that are central to our daily lives and that are at the heart of the global challenges that affect us all. These include enhancing food security, limiting the effects of climate change, preserving biodiversity and other resources, and ensuring a good quality of life.…