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Ingénieur-transfert (H/F)

This offer is available in the following languages:
- Français-- Anglais

Date Limite Candidature : samedi 15 avril 2023

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Informations générales

Intitulé de l'offre : Ingénieur-transfert (H/F)
Référence : UMR3495-JEABLA-001
Nombre de Postes : 1
Lieu de travail : MARSEILLE 09
Date de publication : vendredi 10 mars 2023
Type de contrat : CDD Technique/Administratif
Durée du contrat : 36 mois
Date d'embauche prévue : 1 juillet 2023
Quotité de travail : Temps complet
Rémunération : From 2700 € gross per month
Niveau d'études souhaité : Bac+5
Expérience souhaitée : Indifférent
BAP : Culture, Communication, Production et diffusion des savoirs
Emploi type : Ingénieur-e en technologies de l’information et de la communication


The mission consists of co-developing and deploying digital applications targeting the field of cultural industries (and eventually that of lifelong learning) and relying on the scientific and technological advances made within the MAP laboratory (Models and Simulations for Architecture and Heritage).
It is part of the CNRS's "Ingénieurs-transfert" programme, which aims to develop research partnerships between its research units and economic players, by strengthening the capacity of the former to formalise research offers negotiated and conducted in collaboration with the latter.


Main activities:
• Computer development (applied computing)
• Web development, information systems
• Development of mobile applications
• Networking (cultural industries, academics, associations)
• Funding research, negotiation, promotion of the unit's skills and know-how to the socio-economic world
• Post-processing of scientific data

Secondary activities, optional, or planned in the long term :
• Technological monitoring of mediation practices, digital teaching and serious games
• Cultural and scientific mediation
• Digital teaching
• Rapid prototyping and 3D modelling (Blender)
• Management of multimedia digital corpus


Given the activities and products to be developed and transferred, advanced technical skills in applied computer science are essential in order to enable the transfer engineer to align the laboratory's offer with the concrete needs of the targeted economic operators, ranging from the public to the private sector, including the associative world in the broad sense.

Knowledge/experience in the field of human and social sciences, and more particularly in relation to historical and/or heritage sciences (if possible in relation to the field of architectural heritage), is also of primary importance in order to be able to support the transfer actions with an understanding of the data mobilised and the needs of the targeted actors.

The mission requires the following personal qualities and interpersonal skills:
• Ability to convince, to conduct negotiations with multiple and varied partners
• Ability to cultivate a network of contacts
• Capacity to work autonomously, versatility, rigour,
• Quality of openness, listening and communication,
• Intellectual curiosity, ability to work in a multidisciplinary context
• Capacity for self-training
• Sensitivity to graphic design, computer graphics, audiovisual and multimedia techniques
• proficiency in English and in French

Contexte de travail

The host laboratory's scientific profile intersects the fields of heritage science and data science. Its activities focus on the design and development of methods for exploring and analysing tangible or intangible heritage, considered as expressions of history, based on information and communication technologies.
Activities of the laboratory are marked by recurrent back and forth between theoretical, methodological and technological research and the implementation of concrete solutions in the form of research prototypes. The engineer will work on the implementation and/or extension of these prototypes in the form of "cultural industries" oriented applications, in conjunction with the researchers and engineers involved in their development.
He/she can expect to rely on a large interdisciplinary team that produces prototypes or proofs-of-concept (some clearly focused on scientific communities, others for more generic use) but also produces edutainment devices that are an integral part of the elements likely to be transferred.
The mission includes identification and negotiation with a range of actors within the regional territory (including the public sector, private companies, and NGOs), and the setting-up of partnerships covering technology and method transfer activities as well as scientific and cultural mediation activities.

Informations complémentaires

Relevant Profiles :
Computer science (Information systems, information technology and web, software engineering, data engineering, mobile application development, HCI, etc.)
Hybrid courses - engineering/human sciences/applied computer science (e.g. master's degree in engineering, archaeomatics or geomatics training, etc.)