[JOB] [Academia] Tenured Researcher Positions at Inria

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[JOB] [Academia] Tenured Researcher Positions at Inria

Marcus Denker-4
Tenured Researcher Positions at INRIA

The yearly competition for Inria research positions started. (Deadline: Feb 14th)
RMoD is looking for researchers to apply for joining our team at Lille/France with
permanent (tenured) positions:

        CR2 "Young graduate scientist"
                - a doctorate (or equivalent degree)
                - formally no other research experience required, in practice the competition
                  is very hard and a strong academic CV is needed on a level that requires,
                  besides a very good PhD, at least1-2 years of post-doctoral research.

        CR1 "Young experienced scientist"
                - a doctorate (or equivalent degree)
                - 4 years of research experience.
                - very strong academic CV.
        DR2 "Senior researcher"
                - a doctorate (or equivalent degree)
                - at least 8 years experience in research
                - very strong academic CV.

The positions are tenured after a probation period of 12 Months.

        -> Research (No teaching)
        -> Help manage the Research Group.
        -> Be involved with the self-governance of the Inria Lab and Inria as a whole.
        -> Guide PhD Students
             (And therefore get a french habilitation to be able to formally supervise PhD students)
        -> Help acquiring additional funds for PhD Students, Postdocs and Engineers
        -> Transfer of research results to the real world.
                (this means: making things real is valued. Not just paper writing)

About Lille and Inria:
        -> Lille is located in the north of france.
             (one hour from Paris, 1h20 from London, 35 min from Brussels, by train)
        -> French food, combined with good Belgium beer.
        -> RMoD: http://rmod.lille.inria.fr
        -> INRIA Lille: http://www.inria.fr/lille/
        -> INRIA in General: http://www.inria.fr/en/institute/inria-in-brief/key-figures
        -> Lille:
                - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lille
                - http://wikitravel.org/en/Lille

Interested? Please contact
        Marcus Denker <[hidden email]>
        St├ęphane Ducasse <[hidden email]>

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