Mobility opportunities

Changed on 20/02/2020

As a civil servant researcher, you can take advantage of schemes that encourage temporary mobility, such as secondment or delegation or the Inria sabbatical programme (reserved for scientists who are members of an Inria project team).

Secondment

Teacher-researcher? Official of the major state bodies?

7 positions for seconded researchers will be offered this year.

2020 Campaign Calendar

  •  20 February 2020: opening of the campaign
  •  22 March 2020: deadline for applications
  •   As of September 1, 2020: start date

How to apply?

  • Choose an Inria project-team which you would like to join;
  • Contact the head of the team to see if there are any openings;
  • Once you have the head of the team's agreement, complete your application and send it to the Human Resources Department  ( detachement@inria.fr ) in zipped .pdf format.

Your application must include:

  • a detailed curriculum vitae with a list of your publications; 
  • a description of the work program;
  • a substantiated statement of opinion by the head of the host team applied to;
  • a substantiated statement of opinion by the Director of the host research centre;
  • a statement of agreement from your home department;
  • letters of recommendation, if any. These letters can be sent by those recommending you to this address: detachement@inria.fr

    Delegation positions

    Are you a senior lecturer or professor in a French university or a professor at a French Grande École? A specialist in computer science or applied mathematics, or another discipline wishing to investigate further the links with digital sciences? Consult our offers for posts all over France.

    2020 Campaign Calendar

    •  4 November 2019: opening of the campaign
    •  15 December 2019: deadline for applications
    •  16 December 2019 - 31 January 2020: selection of applications
    •  As of September 1, 2020: start date

    How to apply?

    Your application must include:

    • a detailed curriculum vitae with a list of your publications;
    • a description of the work programme;
    • a statement of opinion by the head of the host team applied to;
    • a statement of agreement from your home university.

    Projects-Teams

    More than 3,400 scientists work daily to meet the challenges of information and communication science and technology.