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INRA is recruiting 124 engineers, managers, technicians and administrative staff until 15 March 2018

Joining INRA means working with 10,000 staff for sustainable and innovative agricultural and food systems. Applications are open for jobs in a wide range of professional fields, both in research and in research support. INRA recruits at all levels of qualification, from vocational training certificate to PhD. Positions are available throughout France. Applications are open from 13 February to 15 March 2018 (prolonged to March 16). You can no longer apply.

INRA is recruiting more than 100 engineers, managers and technicians
Updated on 05/15/2018
Published on 02/16/2018

We are looking for skills in:

> professional fields related to research: biology, animal experimentation and production, plant experimentation and production, geo-natural and anthropized environments, electronics, scientific instrumentation and experimentation, material sciences, informatics, statistics and scientific computing, human and social sciences;

> professional fields related to research support: general administration, management, financial and accounting management, informatics, partnership, research and innovation transfer, audivisual production, logistics and general services, occupational health and safety, human resources.

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Portraits of technicians, engineers and administrative staff who work in areas in which INRA is recruiting.

Animal care technician, technician in plant experimentation and production, technician in biology, engineer in animal experimentation centre are directly involved in research:

Lydie Dufour in the field, assistant engineer at the UMR SYSTEM, INRA Montpellier. © INRA, C. Maître
© INRA, C. Maître

Lydie Dufour, no garden variety engineer > Read her portrait

Nicolas Cèbe. © INRA, MAITRE Christophe
© INRA, MAITRE Christophe

Nicolas Cèbe, a rare bird > Read his portrait

Financial and accounting manager, administrative management assistant, risk prevention engineer, software engineer, electrician work in research support:

Marie-Ange Mennella, administrator at the Decentralised Research Support Services (SDAR) at INRA Montpellier, is the 2016 winner of the Research Support Award. © INRA, MAITRE Christophe
© INRA, MAITRE Christophe

Marie-Ange Mennella, a life for others > See the film

Séverine Siblot, winner of the 2014 Research Support Award. © INRA, C. Maître
© INRA, C. Maître

Séverine Siblot, the Presdient's right-hand woman > See the film

Portrait of Sandra Sainton. © INRA, G. Hostache
© INRA, G. Hostache

Sandra Sainton, the art of managing risk > Read her portrait

  
 
HR Excellence in Research. © INRA

Adhesion to the European charter for researchers

INRA committed to an ambitious HR strategy

As one of the leading agricultural research organisations in Europe, INRA counts the construction of the European Research Area and improving its attractiveness to young researchers among its top priorities. INRA was the first French research organisation to receive the “HR Excellence in Research” label awarded by the European Commission.
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