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recrutement nouvelle équipe Banyuls

Le laboratoire Arago de Banyuls lance lance un appel d’offre pour recruter de nouvelles équipes dans les espaces de sa fédération.

L’appel d’offre est publié dans Nature Jobs et sur le lien suivant :

Le calendrier indicatif des opérations est le suivant.

Diffusion du Call : Début Mai 2017

Retour des candidatures : 30 Juin

Premier tri interne : 1-15 Juillet

Envoi au SAB : 15 Juillet

Retour des avis du SAB pour une liste restreinte : 1 septembre

Auditions des candidats : Fin Sept/Début Octobre

Décisions finales : 15 Oct.

Call for research group leaders

The Oceanographic Observatory of Banyuls-sur-Mer (OOB) has a unique scientific profile and fosters an outstanding international environment. Research Units address basic research questions in marine sciences at the interfaces of oceanography, biogeochemistry, marine ecology, marine biology, developmental biology and biotechnology using biogeochemistry, functional genomics, bioinformatics, toxicology, microbiology, ecotoxicology, genetics and evolutionary biology. This institute is a working environment that favors rich exchanges and collaborations for multidisciplinary researches in marine environments. The OOB is part of a vibrant fundamental research community in marine biology and oceanography with the two other marine stations of the Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Roscoff and Villefranche-sur-Mer. The OOB is also part of the EMBRC European Infrastructure that cluster 19 marine stations in 12 European countries. In addition to research, the OOB is strongly implicated in other missions such as teaching at national and international levels and long-term oceanographic time-series observations. It is also widely open to the public via a public aquarium and a botanical garden.

The OOB has openings for new independent group leaders. Talented scientists leading research falling within the scientific mission of the Observatory may apply to this call. Both young and established researchers are encouraged to apply. Successful candidates will have to secure a permanent research position in France through the usual channels, if this is not already the case, as well as external (competitive grants) project funding. The OOB provides laboratory space for teams up to 6-10 people.

The OOB is currently composed of 180 members with 4 research units housed in Banyuls-sur-Mer in the South of France ( within the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (the largest French University). OOB researchers have full access to state-of-the-art core services, including access to the sea, micro- and mesocosms platforms, aquarium facilities, molecular biology, imaging animal facilities, bioinformatics, mass spectrometry, cytometry, electron microscopy. The recruited PI will be integrated in one of the research units.

The OOB is actively seeking to increase the number of women team leaders and will particularly welcome applications from women scientists. In addition, research programs that can benefit from established facilities will be regarded with particular interest.

Applications in English should include a curriculum vitae, a short description of achievements and records of self-financing, a proposed research program of 5 to 10 (maximum) pages and contact details for 3 professional references. The deadline for applications is 15 June 2017. Please send applications as a single PDF named LASTNAME_OOB_2017.pdf to directeur chez Enquiries should also be directed to this address. Interviews of shortlisted candidates will be held in Banyuls, France, in October 2017.

The OOB is run by the Université Pierre et Marie Curie and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)….

Don’t forget to mention Naturejobs when applying.