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Reference : UMR7192-STEMIL-006
Workplace : PARIS 05
Date of publication : Thursday, June 3, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 1 September 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2700 and 3700 euros gross per month depending on experience.
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
The scientific coordinator :
- participates in the definition of the department's research areas ;
- participates in the animation of the department by organising seminars, study days, training courses, etc;
- ensures a scientific watch and works on the multidisciplinary enrichment of the work;
- participates in monitoring and commenting on current migration issues;
- invites foreign researchers to seminars;
- Invites foreign researchers to seminars; ensures the involvement of local stakeholders in the definition of research areas.
He or she conducts his or her own research in connection with the department's lines of research.
The proposed position provides for a time allocation of the order of : 50% research facilitation - 50% research.
Holder of a PhD
1 to 7 years post-doctoral experience
Training in one of the disciplines of interest to the study of migration, consistent with the Policy Department
Ongoing research on migration
Varied experience, including in the animation of scientific projects or networks
Openness to interdisciplinarity
Fluency in written and spoken French and English
The French Collaborative Institute on Migration (CIMigration) is one of the ten projects selected in 2016-2017 by the international jury of the "Convergences Institutes" call for proposals of the 2nd Future Investment Programme (PIA2). Coordinated by the CNRS, it brings together four research organisations (CNRS, INED, INSERM, IRD), one university (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) and three major institutions (Collège de France, EHESS, EPHE). It will be funded over a period of 100 months, from September 2017 to December 2025.
The CIMIGRATIONS intends to contribute to the reunion of research forces in the field of migration by relying in particular on their concentration on the Condorcet campus and on the strong increase in publications and scientific and public initiatives on the subject.
At the same time, the CIMIGRATIONS puts the migration phenomenon into a broad historical and comparative perspective, without a priori limits of time or space, covered by five research and training departments. The disciplines involved are many: sociology, political science, economics, history, geography, archaeology, statistics, demography, public health, epidemiology, anthropology, linguistics, law, ethics, gender studies, data science, archivistics, etc.
The CIM's initiatives are in touch with current events in a pedagogical and critical way, by being attentive to the points of view of the actors, whether they are immigrants, descendants of immigrants, local elected officials, or public, private and associative organisations dealing with migration issues (emergency reception, housing, education, consumption, culture, justice, health, access to rights, civic life, etc.).
The CIMIGRATIONS is made up of five thematic departments that bring together the Institute's fellows. Identified on an individual basis, the fellows come from the laboratories of the project partners, or beyond, and constitute the departments. The departments organise joint research activities (seminars, scientific days, publications, etc.) and the emergence of research projects that may lead to funding from the CIM. The principles of the departments' activities are interdisciplinarity and decompartmentalisation, institutional pluralism, a decentralised and critical approach, and co-construction with non-academic actors.
Within the Policy Department, the scientific coordinator assists the department director, Mr. Michel AGIER (research director, IRD/EHESS Centre for the Study of Social Movements (CEMS).
The research axes of the Policy Department are the following Migration policies and strategies, places of migration, city policies and urban mutations, humanitarian action, international law, asylum law, law and health, nationality law, debates and controversies on immigration and asylum.
The scientific coordinator of the Policy Department is hosted in the IC Migrations headquarters located in the Campus Condorcet project hotel (Aubervilliers). He or she joins the Institute's team of five departmental scientific coordinators.
Constraints and risks
The contract offered is a 12 month fixed term contract (renewable for 2 years).
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The application must demonstrate the suitability of the candidate's profile for the assignment and the skills required. Written in French or English, it will contain
a CV containing a list of publications
a letter of motivation and a statement of research experience (2 pages maximum);
a research project related to the thematic field of the Health Department (5 pages maximum);
up to 3 letters of recommendation.
Candidates selected for an interview will be interviewed by a recruitment committee composed of the director and deputy director of the Institute and the department directors.
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