INRA is recruiting research scientists and engineers with disabilities
Each year, a specific recruitment procedure is open for candidates with disabilities. INRA is recruiting junior and experienced research scientists and engineers. Applications are open until 27 February 2017. You can no longer apply.
INRA is looking for individuals to join its scientific teams working on the major challenges of the future: stabilizing climate change, reducing food insecurity, guaranteeing energy transition, constructing the agriculture of the future, preparing Open Science and Big Data.
Applications are open for research scientists and engineers with disabilities.
INRA, accessible to all ambitions
Each year, INRA hires individuals with diverse qualifications to fill a wide variety of positions. The institute is looking for candidates of all educational levels, whether armed with a vocational degree, a doctorate, or anything in between. A range of jobs are available, including animal care attendant, experimental engineer, research scientist, accounts manager, or administrative manager. Anyone with the appropriate qualifications can apply.
Many positions are filled via open competitions, and accommodations for any type of disability can be made over the course of the selection process. Alternatively, every year a given number of jobs are reserved for individuals with disabilities; candidates are hired on a contractual basis.
Get to know the INRA men and women previously recruited via these means:.
Julien Lang, Stronger plants against stress > Read his portrait
Hélène Billard, The nutritional needs of premature newborns > See the film (French only)
Fabien Travaglia, An IT specialist who rises to any challenge > Read his portrait (French only)
Guillaume Castel, Phylogenetics, rodents and the virologist > Read his portrait
Sandra Sainton, The art of managing risk > Read her portrait
Olivier Bastien, An eclectic biomathematician > Read his portrait (in French only)