Are you an engineer? Are you studying for a PhD or doing post-doctoral research? Are you a young graduate? Or are you a recognised professional in your field, whether that field is law, finance, human resources or communication? Join us! Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France research centre is recruiting its next group of staff to fill scientific and research support roles.
Would you like to carry out rewarding research work in computer science and applied mathematics? Are you a young and talented scientist? Inria can offer you a position in on one of its research teams to work on your PhD thesis. Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France is offering thesis positions. The list of subjects, which may exceed the number of vacant positions, will be updated regularly.
Young graduate engineers
Are you a young graduate engineer? Do you have no more than a year’s experience? Would you like to begin your career in a top-level research environment? Inria offers you opportunities in the form of fixed term contracts of between one and two years’ duration within a small team of scientists. Throughout this contract, you will be mentored. These jobs will enable you to acquire some worthwhile initial work experience in computer-science software development and applied mathematics. Join us at Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France!
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Experienced and specialist engineers
Are you an engineer experienced in the field of R&D? And in computing and applied mathematics? Would you like to develop your career in a top-level research environment? Inria offers you opportunities in the form of fixed term contracts within small teams. Two schemes are on offer, depending on whether you are best described as experienced (with two to eight years’ experience) or specialist (eight years or more). From 11 April to 30 September 2012, Inria is offering posts for experienced and specialist engineers. Join us at Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France!
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