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F/M study engineer: analysis of Guadeloupean food systems and support of a territorial food project

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Français - Anglais

Date Limite Candidature : lundi 23 mai 2022

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General information

Reference : UMR7206-RICRAY-002
Workplace : PARIS 16
Date of publication : Monday, May 2, 2022
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 10 months
Expected date of employment : 1 September 2022
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 1300 and 1600 euros (approximatively)
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : Indifferent


The general mission of the person recruited will be to contribute to the coordination, animation and logistical management of the project in support of its coordinators (Richard Raymond, CNRS UMR 7206 Eco-Anthropologie Valérie Angeon, INRAE UR 767 Ecodevelopment). More precisely, the mission to be conducted will be divided into different tasks


(1) Coordination and animation of the project
In consultation with the coordinators and task leaders, the engineer will ensure the logistical organization of project meetings (internal and external seminars) and the drafting of various documents to be produced (minutes, intermediate reports, summary documents to be disseminated to stakeholders, etc.). In addition, in consultation with the task managers, the engineer will be responsible for the local supervision of interns. This coordination and animation component of the project will occupy the future recruit up to 15% of his/her working time.
(2) Data management
The recruited engineer will help the project coordinators to develop a strategy for data collection, sharing, archiving and valorization in the framework of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This task will occupy 5% of the recruited person's working time.
(3) Theory and method for the implementation of local concertation scenes for the elaboration of a sustainable territorial food project based on the preservation of agrobiodiversity, local agroecosystems and traditional food landscapes
In relation with the persons in charge and the participants of the task 3, the future recruited person will invest most of his/her working time (80%) in the analysis of the values and territorial attachments related to the food systems in Guadeloupe. This will be done through a bibliographic research phase and the appropriation of the literature on valuation theories. Secondly, it will be a question of conceiving on the methodological level of the scenes of observation and follow-up of territorial food projects. Thirdly, an analysis of the observed situations will be established by paying particular attention to the influences of the Grand Port Maritime on these food situations. It will lead to results to be valorized both on the scientific level (communications and publications) and with the actors (accompaniment of the public action).


With a Master's degree in the humanities and social sciences (geography, economics, sociology), experience, and a real appetite for both theoretical and empirical analysis, the candidate will demonstrate rigor, autonomy (working with remote teams), a good team spirit, and leadership skills.
Fluency in English for scientific reading and writing articles is essential.
Driving license required.

Work Context

The position is attached to the research-action project PADIT "Food Landscape and Development of a Transport Interface. Food systems in Guadeloupe, between globalization and territory". This project is financed by the Ministry of Ecology within the framework of the ITTECOP research call (www.ittecop.fr) for a period of 36 months. The PADIT project focuses on the indirect effects of the development of a major transport infrastructure on a territory as a whole. The main question concerns the strategy of containerization by the community of port actors of Guadeloupe (CAPG) and its consequences on the food landscape of this archipelago.
In order to understand the indirect effects of the CAPG strategy on Guadeloupean food landscapes, the PADIT project works at the scale of food systems. This choice invites us to question the various components: from production systems (including agroecosystems) to consumption systems, including the processing and marketing chains in Guadeloupe. Indeed, this transport interface drains the cash crops of the archipelago and distributes them to the European and world markets. Reciprocally, the strategy of the CAPG allows to irrigate the Guadeloupean territory with raw or processed food products. These dynamics probably have an influence on the food systems of this archipelago and on its agroecosystems. Guadeloupe and its port thus appear to be a real life-size laboratory for monitoring the indirect effects of transformations induced by a transport interface on a territory and for understanding the role played by the operators of these large infrastructures in the local ecological transition.

Constraints and risks


Additional Information

If the person will be assigned to the UMR 7206 Eco-Anthropology, he/she will be hosted at the INRAE center in Guadeloupe (hosting agreement)

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