Young experienced scientists
Two young experienced scientist ("CR1") positions
Inria is holding a competition to hire two young experienced scientists as follows: one position at the Bordeaux, Lille or Saclay centres and one position at the Grenoble, Nancy, Rennes, Sophia or Rocquencourt centres.
View application conditions and download the application file.
Registration for the young experienced scientists competition begins on 16 January 2012.
The following may apply:
- Holders of a doctorate (or equivalent degree) with at least four years’ experience in research
- Applicants able to prove scientific work deemed equivalent.
Research experience must have been acquired at a public institution of a scientific or technological nature or at a French or foreign teaching institution. An equivalence may be granted to applicants who have carried out research work at a public or private establishment in France or abroad subject to approval by the assessment commission.
The competitive admission process is held in various stages :
- Eligibility: Inria ensures that each applicant fulfils the registration conditions.
- Pre-selection based on the review of candidates application files: the committee studies the files of applicants allowed to compete. The committee then draws up a shortlist of pre-selected applicants for the competition who receive a convocation for interviews.
- Interviews and decisions on acceptability: pre-selected applicants are then interviewed. After deliberation, the committee compiles the list of acceptable candidates.
- Acceptance results: the admission committee reviews the files of acceptable applicants and draws up the list of accepted candidates.
16 January 2012
15 February 2012
Deadline for downloading application files
17 February 2012
Deadline for submitting application files
27 and 28 March 2012
23, 24 and 25 April 2012
Interviews and acceptability results
15 June 2012
From 1 September 2012 onwards
Important information for applicants:
- PDF format
- RTF format
- LateX format (Inria logo .eps ; Inria logo .pdf)
- Criteria for software self-assessment (pdf)
Help to complete a file:
Security and defence procedure
In the interests of protecting its scientific and technological assets, Inria is a restricted-access establishment. Consequently, it follows special regulations for welcoming any person who whishes to work with the institute. The final acceptance of each candidate thus depends on applying this security and defence procedure.