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Do you want to join Inria? Become a researcher, an engineer or a member of the research support staff at the institute? Or simply do an internship? Did you know that Inria's teams welcome new members every year? There are several ways of joining Inria: through competitions, transfers, contracts or internships. Inria has also developed systems to promote the integration of disabled workers and overseas students.

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Working as a researcher at Inria

Inria today employs numerous researchers: research directors, junior research scientists, post-doctoral researchers and PhD students. Every year the institute recruits by means of a competitive exam, contractually, on secondment or by delegation and to university-Inria chair positions.

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Being an engineer at Inria

Are you an R&D engineer? Join us and contribute to our research and technology transfer activities as a member of one of our research teams, offering day-to-day support to our researchers.

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Being a member of the research support staff

Are you an IT project manager? A public procurement specialist? An accounts manager?..  Inria offers a wide array of jobs supporting its research activities. Why not offer the institute the benefit of your talents to help meet the big digital challenges of the society of tomorrow?

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Inria's Disabled Workers scheme

Inria has chosen to pursue an active policy of encouraging and facilitating the recruitment of disabled workers. The Institute has implemented an integration policy which values training, skills and work experience.

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International programmes

The "Internships" programme

Each year, Inria welcomes students from all over the world for a research training experience through the Internships programme. Undergraduate, masters or PhD students come and spend a few months in an Inria research team. Two students, Michail Zervos and Nadia Khalfa, talk about their successful experience and offer advice to all those who may be interested in the Internships programme.

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Doing a research internship

Are you a student wanting to do an internship in a research team? Each year Inria welcomes young people who are interested in computer science and want to learn about research and its impacts in this field.

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