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2nd class Senior Scientist
2008 open competitions - Guide for applicants

We hope this guide provides you with the necessary practical information on the application and open competition

Should you need further details on these procedures - eligibility requirements, documents which you will need to
submit, examination schedule - please contact the recruitment and mobility service by :


Telephone: + 33 (0) 142 759 464

Mail:           INRA-DRH
                Service Recrutement et Mobilité-Concours DR2
                147 rue de l’Université
                75338 PARIS Cedex 07

Please note that official correspondence and publicity regarding open competition procedures will be in French.

All general information on open competitions will be available on (select “Join us”)
during the recruiting session.


                                                                                                           Pa ges
Bec oming a 2nd c lass Se nior Sc ien tis t .............................................................. 4 - 5

     A – INR A- w h o w e a r e ................................................................................. 4

     B - 2nd c lass senior sc ientis t open competitions ........................................... 4 - 5

How to ap ply         ................................................................................................. 6

     A – Eligibility requirements ........................................................................ 6 - 8

     B – C o mp le t in g you r a pp lic a ti on p ac k ag e ..................................................... 8 - 9

     C – Su bmitting your application package ...................................................... 9

Information on assessment ............................................................................... 10 - 1 2

     A - Re por t       ............................................................................................... 10 - 11

     B - Projec t ............................................................................................... 11 - 12

Se lec tio n pr ocess ............................................................................................ 1 3 - 1 4

     A – 1s t roun d ........................................................................................... 13

     B – 2 nd r ou nd ........................................................................................... 13

     C – R esu l ts       ............................................................................................. 13 - 1 4

I N R A 2 n d C L A S S SEN IOR SC I EN T I S T S : Ap pointment, sa lary, c areer                                     15

     A – Ap po intmen t          ...................................................................................... 15

     B – Sa l a r y     ............................................................................................... 15

     C – C are er ............................................................................................... 15


     A n ne xe 1 - F or m a t for p ub lic a ti on l is t ......................................................... 17

     An ne xe 2 - O ther miss ions , du ties and ac tivities .......................................... 18

          Becoming a 2nd class Senior Scientist

A-INRA: Who we are
The Institute:

The National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) is a state-funded organisation, founded in 1946. In 1984, it
became a national public scientific and technological establishment (Etablissement public à caractère scientifique
et technologique-EPST) under the joint authority of the Ministries of Research and Agriculture.

The missions:

     -    To organise and carry out agricultural and agricultural industry related research
     -    To participate in the development of such research and the expertise acquired.

Key figures:

Over 10,000 people work for the institute, including 4200 scientists and engineers, and over 4640 technicians (ET).
1200 doctorals students and 1000 trainees and visiting foreign scientist hosted each year.
14 research divisions specialising in agriculture, food and the environment.
21 research centres, 400 different locations, and laboratories.
Over 12,000 hectares of experimental facilities or land.
A budget of € 678 million for 2006.


Permanent INRA personnel are civil servants, part of the national civil service2
Different laws and decrees regulate their status, career, and leaves of absence. Senior Scientists are Category A
civil servants3.
INRA civil servants are either scientists or ET (Engineers and technicians). Scientists are recruited through open
competitions, organised by scientific disciplines or groups of scientific discipline.

    B -2nd class Senior Scientist open competitions
The recruitment of 2nd class Senior Scientists on “postes affectés” - which can be understood as “assigned
positions”- is organised to cover a specific need. Open competitions for this type of recruitment are organised
upon the request of a Scientific Directorate. On the day the open competition session officially opens4, details
regarding positions offered are available on our website: (select “Join us”). You will
find a specific job profile sheet (profil de poste) for each position offered.

    Important: This type of recruitment is of great importance to INRA as 2nd class Senior Scientists comprise the
                                   Institute’s top senior research and executive staff.

              There is no preferred profile for the recruitment of INRA senior scientists. Applicants have extremely
                                                      diverse profiles.

2nd class Scientist open competitions are regulated by decrees number 83-1260 of December 30, 1983 and 84-
1207 of December 28 1984, modified.

  There are three different categories of Civil Service in France: national, local and hospital.
  There are different categories of civil servant in France (A, B, and C). Category A is the highest.
  The day the departmental order advertising the opening of the session of open competitions is published in the Official Journal of the French

The following will be considered for the selection of applicants for the rank of 2nd class Senior Scientists:

1) Their past missions, duties and activities, as compared with those of scientists under the requirements for
research staff laid down in the research and technology development orientation and programming law:

-      to contribute to the acquisition of new knowledge

-      to help transfer the results of their research to society at large:

       •    Economic and social applications, contributing to general welfare and progress
       •    Dissemination of scientific and technical information and culture, especially to younger people
       •    Training and teaching (general and continuing education) and developing scientific exchanges with other
       •    Contribution to the general administration of scientific research.

2) Their contribution to the specific missions given to INRA5.

3) Past transfers and secondments (on positions requiring a real change in their scientific activities).

4) Research and scientific work they intend to undertake.

In addition to fulfilling these missions, duties and activities, INRA Senior Scientists are in charge of designing,
developing, and coordinating research and development activities.

The scientific file will be prepared regarding these criteria.

    Please refer to Decree 84-1120 of December 14, 1984 for details

     A – Eligibility requirements
In order to be authorised to enter 2nd class Senior Scientist open competitions, you must meet the requirements
set by law or obtain derogation for them.

You are eligible if:

      1- You are a tenured civil servant (French Civil Service) belonging to the body of chargé de recherché (Junior
         Scientists) as stated in decree number 83-1260 of December 30, 1983 modified and have been a “chargé
         de recherche de première classe” (1st class Junior Scientist) for a minimum of three years.

      Please note that any Junior Scientist who does not meet this seniority requirement but has made an
      outstanding contribution to research may apply for 2nd class Senior Scientist open competitions, if so
      authorised by the Scientific Council (see below).

      2- If you are not already a tenured scientist in a French EPST – as stated in decree number n°83-1260 of 30
         December 1983, modified, on the general status of the body of civil servants of public scientific and
         technological establishments but meet the requirements listed hereafter:

Degree and experience requirements:

You must hold one of the following French degrees:

         1) “Doctorat” delivered in France as defined by article L.612-7 of the Education Code
         2) Doctorat d'Etat” or “Doctorat de 3ème cycle” delivered in France
         3) “Docteur-Ingénieur” from one of the French “Écoles d'Ingénieurs”
         4) D.E.R.S.O. (diploma in odontology studies and research)
         5) D.E.R.B.H. (diploma in human biology studies and research)

and have accomplished 8 years in a research post. Years in a research post must have been accomplished in a
French public scientific and technological establishment or in a higher education establishment in France or

Important: If you do not meet one or all of the requirements listed above, you must make a request for
“équivalence” (déposer une demande d’équivalence) to the President of INRA, provided you satisfy the conditions
listed hereafter.

Derogations for these requirements:

You will fill in the relevant request forms in the administrative file (dossier administratif) and provide the supporting
documents listed hereafter. Depending on your circumstances, your request will be submitted to and reviewed by:

            -    One of the 13 INRA Specialised Scientific Committees6 (SSC) or
            -    The Scientific Council of the Institute

         a) Requests examined by a SCC

Conditions to satisfy to make a request for “equivalence”:

    The SSCs are INRA assessment authorities.

 You do not meet the                   But               You may submit                 If the SSC considers

degree requirement          hold a degree from a       this degree,               this degree, scientific work or
                            foreign university         scientific work or         qualification to be equivalent to
                            or                         qualification to the       one of the required degrees, you
                            can provide proof of       relevant INRA SSC          will meet this requirement
                            scientific work or
                            qualification in France
                            or abroad
scientific work             can provide proof of       this scientific work or this scientific work or qualification
experience requirement      scientific work or         qualification to the    to be equivalent to the work
(years in a research        qualification, in France   relevant INRA SSC experience required, you will meet
post)                       or abroad                                          this requirement

degree and scientific       can provide proof of this scientific work or          this scientific work or qualification
work experience (years      scientific    work    or qualification to the         to be equivalent to one of the
in a research post)         qualification, in France relevant INRA SSC            degrees and to the scientific work
requirements                or abroad                                             experience required, you will meet
                                                                                  these requirements

How to make a request for “équivalence”:

Fill in the request for “équivalence” part of your administrative file (page7).

In these forms, you will be required to:

1 - Select the SSC that will review your degree or scientific work or qualification. There are 13 SSCs (you will select
the SSC relevant for your scientific sphere).

    •   SSC no. 1 :       EARTH, WATER and ATMOSPHERE SCIENCE
    •   SSC no. 6 :       ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY
    •   SSC no. 8 :       NUTRITION, TOXICOLOGY
    •   SSC no. 9 :       FOOD SCIENCE: BIOCHEMISTRY
    •   SSC no. 13 :      RESEARCH MANAGEMENT

2 - Specify the grounds upon which you make your request and provide the following documents:

Once the relevant committee has given its opinion, your application will be considered or rejected.

                          Grounds                                          Documents that must be provided

         Foreign degree
                                                                   photocopy of your degree

        Scientific work
                                                                   list and copy of published articles or publications

                                                                   photocopy of work contracts or certificates, patents,
        Years accomplished in a research post
     b) Requests reviewed by the Scientific Council:

Exceptionally, any Chargé de Recherche (Junior Scientist) who does not meet this seniority requirement but has
made an outstanding contribution to research may apply for 2nd class Senior Scientist open competitions, if so
authorised by the Scientific Council. For more information on this specific derogation procedure and list of
supporting documents required, please contact the recruitment and mobility service (contact details below).

       Please contact or call Séverine Lehoux (33 (0)1 42 75 94 64) for further
                                 information on application requirements

      You must satisfy all requirements or have obtained derogation for them before the first step of the
                            selection process (épreuve d’admissibilité) takes place.

   B – Completing your application package (dossier de candidature)

Your application package includes an administrative file and a scientific file.

1 . AD M I N I S T R AT I V E F I L E (D O S S I E R    A D M I N I S T R A T I F ):

This form is available on (select “Join us”).
Downloading it is the fastest and easiest way of obtaining this form. You will enclose the form, duly completed and
with all the requested supporting documents (copy of your degree and, if necessary, copy of all documents
supporting your request for “équivalence”). Please refer to pages 6 to 8 of the administrative file for detailed lists of
supporting documents.

2. THE     SCIENTIFIC FILE        (D O S S I E R   S C I E N T I F I Q U E ):

Your scientific file is organised into two sets documents:

         1) A scientific report (20 bound copies) including the following documents:

 a) A curriculum vitae ( 2 pages maximum)

 b) A report (mémoire):

In order to facilitate the selection boards’ (jurys’) assessment of their work and achievements, with reference to
different missions, duties and activities incurred by senior scientists, applicants are required to organise and write
their report according to the instructions specified in “information on assessment”, section A-2.

 c) A project (projet) :

This project will outline your prospects regarding the activities and duties of a Senior Scientist. As future top
researcher and scientific executive, you will build a project consistent with the Institute’s strategic orientation. You
will specify the scientific aims and the purposes of the project, the human and material resources required, and
give full details on its feasibility. You must underline its prospective aspects and collective dimension.

d) A list of your publications, other documents or accomplishments - this list need not be exhaustive - illustrating
your scientific activity. You will keep to the list format specified in annexe 1 of this guide.

Reminder: You must submit 20 bound copies of your scientific file. Each copy will include your curriculum vitae,
report, project, and list of publications.

Recommendations for scientific file - please read attentively:

Importance of your project: Selection boards will review your application with respect to your past and current
research and activities. However, they will pay special attention to your project. You must address the different
aspects and details of the position applied for.

Guidelines for the presentation of other missions, duties, and activities (not related to scientific output):

You will find in annexe 1 a suggested list and classification of activities which you may apply to this presentation of
your activities and of your personal contribution to these missions, duties and activities. This list is not exhaustive
and you need not fill out every item. You will determine the organisation of the contents of your presentation.
You are invited to develop and present a justification of your choice of activities, explain their interest and outline
the qualities of your personal contribution, as well as the character and strength of your future prospects, regarding
the missions and activities of a Senior Scientist.

Format of scientific file:

You may not exceed 15 pages in total for sections b (report) and c (project) of your scientific file.
It is essential that your report and project be legible:

-   use conventional fonts and single line spacing
-   use front of the page for text
-   use back of the page for graphs or illustrations
-   keep to the number of pages indicated above (Additional pages will not be considered by the selection boards).

          2) A selection of 10 scientific publications or other documents maximum supporting your report
          (enclose 2 copies of each with your application package).

    C –Submitting your application package

The completed application package must be submitted before the submission deadline. Any application package
submitted after this deadline will be rejected.

Before submitting your application package, make sure it is complete. Proofread and make all necessary changes
before submission. You are reminded that no extra material may be added to your scientific file (e.g. corrections,
new publications, new version of your dissertation…) after the submission deadline.

You may file it in person at the INRA Head Office reception desk: 147 rue de l’Université – Paris 7ème
Or send it by mail, post marked no later than the submission deadline date to:

                                           Service Recrutement et Mobilité
                                                   Concours DR2
                                               147, rue de l’Université
                                               75338 PARIS Cedex 07

If you send your application package by mail make sure to allow for sufficient postage. Mail with insufficient
postage will not be accepted.

If you send your application package from abroad, make sure that you have paid for all potential customs duties.

Reminder : Once your application is submitted you must inform the Recruitment and Mobility Service (Concours
DR2) of any personal withdrawal from the selection process.


    A – Report

You must organise your report in two sections:

                 •    The first section will detail the research you have conducted and your personal scientific output
                 •    The second section will address the strategy of research undertaken regarding the missions of
                      a senior scientist

        1 - R es earc h a nd s c ie nt if ic ou t p ut

Assessment of your application will be based on the quality of your scientific file. However, the assessment of
research undertaken and scientific output will not just be based on the number of publications listed. Areas of
research will be taken into account.
The selection boards will also pay particular attention to the following:

-   Quality and variety of publications
-   Consistency and originality of articles enclosed

The selection board will take into account the organisation of the different publications under the different items
listed, when assessing their quality and variety, regarding your area of research. Scientific publications of
importance, such as books, are a clear sign of professional maturity.

        2 - C o mb in at io n of s c ie nt if ic a ct i vit i es c ont r ib ut in g t o yo u r p ro f es s ion a l st rat eg y

INRA Scientists are involved in the following activities:

•   Teaching
•   Tutoring and supervision of graduate students and young researchers (doctoral students and
•   Scientific expertise and dissemination
•   Partnership, participation in or coordination of research programmes (especially those financed by the
    European Community)
•   Contribution to horizontal missions in research support and research development
•   Management and supervision of research teams

Applicants must go further than simply listing their research activities but should explain their overall professional
strategy within which these activities are conducted. It has been observed that applicants usually describe their
research activities very well but do not provide sufficient detail of their other research missions. You should
consider your different activities as part of a whole and show the links between them, whatever their individual level
of importance or development at the time you apply.

You should emphasize the coherence of your activites as part of your professional strategy and within the
scope of the position applied for.

F ur t he r r ec o m men dat i ons re gar d in g t he f o l l ow ing m i s s ion s , d ut ie s , a nd act i vi t i es :

    •    Training and supervision of students or young researchers
    •    Management of EC financed scientific programmes
    •    Specific aspect of expertise and horizontal missions

•   Tutoring, supervision and joint supervision of students and young researchers (doctoral students…)

You are invited to demonstrate successful experience as a supervisor or a tutor of students and young researchers
(especially doctoral students). Such experience, as well as the qualities of their scientific output, are now
considered to be of major importance by selection boards and prove to be useful when preparing for a Senior
Scientist open competition.
You are recommended to provide the selection boards with - for example - an annexed list of the theses supervised
and the publications published in this context by the person(s) supervised. Such information would facilitate the
assessment of your application. Providing the selection boards with some brief information on the professional
experience students have obtained after defending their thesis would also demonstrate professional maturity and
sense of management.

•   Partnership (Management of EC financed scientific programmes)

Partnershp (including the management of such programmes) is becoming an important criterion.

•   Specific aspect of expertise and horizontal missions

Some applicants are involved in activities of expertise for research establishments or administrations. They
demonstrate significant competence in duties other than scientific output.
The selection boards will take such experience into careful consideration, especially if they are significant in
duration. They will also appreciate their impact on the pace of primary scientific output.

Moreover, additional experience acquired in other research laboratories, through long-term postdoctoral
fellowships, from other research subjects, etc… will also be taken into consideration. As such experience will vary
among applicants; it is a more complex selection criterion than, for instance, the supervision of doctoral students.

    B - Project
Presenting your research project on the occasion of an open competition is considered an asset for you and INRA.
It will give you the opportunity to elaborate your future scientific activities and research development aims.
You should develop a strategy that will enable you to meet the objectives and goals described in the job profile

•   You should address the following in your project:

    -   Defence of research and discussion of problematic aspects
    -   Details on development and feasibility of the project
    -   Characterisation of scientific as well as socio-economic partnerships
    -   Management and administrative aspect of your project

    You should defend the relevance of the research you intend to undertake regarding the socio-economic aspects
    and show the link between the goals of your project and INRA’s project. This is an essential part as INRA 2nd
    class Senior Scientists are required to be able to design, develop and carry out high-level and high-quality
    research, meeting the research aims set.

•   Moreover, if your area of research is on widely-debated issues such as GMO, BSE, cloning, etc you should
    consider the ethical aspects and safety measures required. You will also specify how you intend managing
    external contacts and will address the following:
    - Ethics
    - Application of regulations
    - Experiments requiring special authorization or opinion from the competent authorities

Becoming a Senior Scientist represents a real professional change:
- Supervision of larger teams
- Diversification and broadening of research topics
- Ability to identify and bring together the necessary expertise
- Scientific organisation of the project
You must emphasize the collective dimension of this project, one of the most important duties of a Senior Scientist
being the training and supervision of young researchers. (Please refer to section A-2 above). Your project may
reflect your personal vision but must be within the scope of INRA’s scientific priorities, the requirement of having
responsibilities within the institute and have a collective impact.
The different selection rounds of such an open competition give you the opportunity to assess your personal
scientific sphere and to justify the principles of your research project within the scope of the position applied for.


For each open competition, the selection process will be in two rounds. At each step, applications will be reviewed
by separate selection boards (juries) according to regulations. The composition of each board may be the same for
one competition.

This round is highly selective.

Eligible candidates’ applications will be reviewed by a specific selection board (jury d’admissibilité).

This board includes a President and a minimum of 8 members including:

-   INRA personnel, selected from a list drawn up by the President of the Institute, upon the advice of the scientific
    council of each relevant Research Division
-   Non INRA personnel/professionals from other government bodies or private bodies, between ¼ to ½ maximum
    of the board, chosen from a list drawn up upon the proposal of INRA’s Scientific Advisory Board
-   One elected member from the Scientific Advisory Authorities

Assessment of application will also be based on reports from designated members of the board, in charge of
assessing each a different part of the mémoire (report). A written assessment report is given to the final selection
board if its composition differs.
Shortlisted applicants (candidats admissibles) will be notified in the same letter of the date and venue of the final
selection examination as well as instructions regarding this examination.
Please note shortlisted applicants are not automatically pre-selected for the 2nd round of any other or future open


Shortlisted candidates (candidates admissibles) will be reviewed by a separate selection board (jury d’admission).
The same selection and appointment procedures will apply to this board. This board will include INRA senior
executives and researchers.

The final selection examination generally lasts 30 to 45 minutes and consists of a presentation and an interview.

The purpose of the examination is to clarify details of the scientific file. Shortlisted applicants will defend their
application and specify its interest. They will demonstrate the originality of their application within the national and
international context. The ability to satisfy a board consisting of various professionals including scientists
specialising in different areas of research is significant; it will rely on how clear and precise they will be when
addressing the motivating factors behind their application. During the interview, the selection board assesses each
candidate’s ability to listen and the relevance of their answers. Precise answers are favoured, as they will enable
the board to ask further questions.

C – RESULTS (Résultats)
Applicants are notified of their results after each round. The list of successful candidates is available on- line once
the selection process is completed.

Successful candidates who are not INRA staff members should contact the person in charge to determine
appointment date (contact details will be found on the job profile sheet). They should notify the Human Resources
Department - Recruitment and Mobility service of their answer regarding the assignment proposal and appointment
date. They should return the completed recruitment form and required documents received with their notification of
results to the Services Déconcentrés d’Appui à la Recherche of the research centre they are assigned to.

Selection boards are considered to be the supreme authorities regarding the selection of candidates. Their debates
are confidential. Applicants enquiring about feedback or advice regarding their application should contact the
members of the jury from the research division applied to.

The final selection board draws up the list of successful candidates (candidats admis) in order of merit. If they have
selected a candidate for all positions offered, they may also draw up a further list (liste complémentaire).
Candidates on this list may be offered a position provided all successful candidates have been appointed and a
suitable position falls vacant. Such an offer will be notified by mail, by the Human Resources Department.
However, they are not under the obligation to offer a position. If no one is selected, the open competition is
declared unsuccessful (“infructueux”) and no further list may be drawn.

            Appointment, salary, career

        A - Appointment
     Date of appointment

Successful applicants are assigned the position applied for. The date of appointment is set jointly with the person
responsible for this position and must be on the 1st day of a month. Senior Scientists are granted tenure when first

     Moving expenses

Please note that a contribution will be made towards some of the moving expenses incurred. This does not apply if
this is the first appointment in the French Civil Service.

      B - Salary
The system of payment of civil servants is set by law. Each civil servant’s salary is based upon an index of points.
The number of points depends on grade and step level within the body the civil servant is recruited into. The value
of one point is the same for all civil servants.

When newly appointed, each scientist’s first index of points will take into account past work experience7 and
degree. In each case, past career is taken into account when calculating seniority. Former category A civil
servants are appointed at the same index as their previous position or the one directly above.

The gross yearly minimum salary for a 2nd class Senior Scientist is 35 803 €. For a 1st class Senior Scientist it is 44
317 € euros (as of 01/02/2007).

In addition to salary, there is an annual research bonus, a monthly residence allowance, and an annual teaching
allowance and a possible allowance for children.

C - Career
Career and promotion of senior scientists are regulated8.

Senior Scientists are regularly assessed. This assessment is essentially based on the reviewing of the
worksheets and activity reports they provide every year.

With seniority, each 2nd and 1st class Senior Scientist advances as shown below. They may also advance if so
decided by the President of INRA, upon recommendation of the relevant assessing committee.

2nd class Senior Scientists who have been a minimum of four years on the job may be promoted to the rank of 1st
class Senior Scientist if so decided by the President of INRA, upon recommendation of the relevant assessing
committee. However, 1st class Senior Scientist open competitions may also be organised.

1st class Senior Scientists with 18 months of seniority in the third step may be promoted to the rank of exceptional
class Senior Scientist by the President of INRA, upon recommendation of the relevant assessing committee.

Exceptional class Senior Scientists may be promoted to 1st and 2nd step of this rank by the President of INRA, upon
recommendation of the relevant assessing committee.

    Experience taken into account will depend on its level and duration, according to criteria set by law.
    You may refer to Decree 83-1260 of 30 December 1983 modified for details.
                  GRADES and STEPS          Seniority required for access to next step

Exceptional class Senior Scientist
2nd step                                  Final step
1st step                                  1 year 6 months

1st class Senior Scientist                Final step
3rd step                                  3 years
2nd step                                  3 years
1st step

2nd class Senior Scientist
6 step                                    Final step
5 step                                    3 years 6 months
4th step                                  1 year 3 months
3 step                                    1 year 3 months
2nd step                                  1 year 3 months
1 step                                    1 year 3 months



    Scientific publications

I.1 - Articles (ou communications) primaires (résultats originaux)/Articles (or presentations) regarding primary
scientific output

          I.1.1. Dans périodique à comité de lecture / Refereed or peer-reviewed publications
          I.1.2. Dans périodique sans comité de lecture / Non-refereed or peer-reviewed publications
          I.1.3. Rapports diplômants (D.E.A., thèse...) / Theses or dissertations (Masters, Doctorates,…)
          I.1.4. Communications courtes dans congrès, symposiums (préciser le support écrit : poster, résumé ou
                 texte intégral). Short presentations for congresses, symposiums,..(Specify type of presentation:
                 poster, summary, full text,…)
          I.1.5. Autres supports / Other

I.2 - Synthèses scientifiques (en tant qu’auteur) / Other significant scientific publications (as author)

          I.2.1. Dans périodique à committee de lecture / Refereed or peer-reviewed publications
          I.2.2. Dans périodique sans comité de lecture / Non-refereed or peer-reviewed publications
          I.2.3. Chapitre d’ouvrage/Book chapter
          I.2.4. Ouvrage entier / Book
          I.2.5. Rapports diplômants à caractère bibliographique (thèse vétérinaire...)./ Other type of theses or
          I.2.6. Conférences dans congrès ou symposium (préciser le support écrit : résumé ou texte intégral) /
                 Lectures in congresses, symposiums,..(specify type of text : summary, full text,…)
          I.2.7. Autres supports / Other

II - DOCUMENTS À VOCATION DE TRANSFERT (enseignement, développement et vulgarisation,
valorisation) ou relatifs à l’animation de la recherche.
Publications relating to research dissemination (teaching, research development, ..) or coordination and
management of research

II.1 - Travaux personnels/Personal scientific work

          II.1.1. Dans périodique à comité de lecture / Refereed or peer-reviewed publications
          II.1.2. Dans périodique sans comité de lecture / Non-refereed or peer-reviewed publications
          II.1.3. Chapitre d’ouvrage/Book chapter
          II.1.4. Ouvrage entire / Book
          II.1.5. Rapport diplômant / dissertations or theses for other degrees
          II.1.6. Dans proceedings de congrès, colloques / In proceedings of congresses or seminars,
          II.1.7. Rapports écrits (y compris brevets, expertises,...) / Written reports (including expertise, patents..)
          II.1.8. Créations informatiques ou audiovisuelles / Software or videos

II.2. Travaux encadrés ou coordonnés par l’auteur/ Contribution to or coordination of collective publications
           II.2.1. Edition d’un ouvrage collectif / collective publications
           II.2.2. Mémoires de stages / reports on training periods
           II.2.3. Autres / others

                  Other EPST activities, duties and missions (not relating to scientific output)

                      (Liste indicative et non exhaustive - Suggested. This list is not exhaustive)

I - ANIMATION COLLECTIVE DE LA RECHERCHE / Coordination and management of research

        - Animation et administration de groupes de travail / Coordination and management of workgroups
        - Animation de projets européens/ Coordination and management of EC financed programmes
        - Participation à des conseils scientifiques ou à des commissions d’évaluation / member of scientific or
        assessment committees
        - Coordination de l’édition d’un ouvrage collectif scientifique ; participation à des comités d'édition /
        Coordination of collective scientific publications ; Referee for scientific journals or publishers
        - Organisation de colloques et de séminaires / organisation of seminars and colloquiums

     Teaching and supervision of young researchers, dessimination of research, research development,
     expertise, development of technology, innovation, partnerships …

        - Formation initiale et continue à tous les niveaux (HDR et encadrement ou co-encadrement de jeunes
        chercheurs : ASC, thésards, étudiants, ...) et enseignement dispensé ; évaluation d’étudiants, de candidats à
        des concours en participant à des jurys… / Information on teaching, training, continuing education,
        supervision of students and young researchers; on assesment of students, participation in selection boards,
        - Vulgarisation du savoir et du savoir-faire : exposés, expositions, documents audiovisuels, documents
        écrits.../Dissemination of scientific knowledge and know-how : lectures, exhibitions, videos, written material…
        - Appui à la profession (appui scientifique et technique continu et durable) / Support to the scientific
        community (Sustained scientific and technical support)
        - Expertise et consultance (action plus ponctuelle auprès d’un partenaire) / Expertise and consulting for other
        - Actions de valorisation formalisées (brevets, contrats, constitution et alimentation de banques de données ;
        création de logiciels originaux ; création, gestion et valorisation de collections ou de matériel biologique
        amélioré (lignées, variétés, obtentions...) / Formal research development activities: patents, contracts,
        scientific database ; original software, management and development of collections or biological material…

support, management and co-ordination of other structures, horizontal missions

-     Animation et administration d'unités de recherche (ou d’autres structures : équipe, centre, département) :
      gestion des ressources humaines, des budgets, du patrimoine (en particulier conception ou suivi de nouvelles
      réalisations) / management and administration of research units, teams, research centre, research division,
      Management of Human Rssources, budgets, etc…(Especially designing or monitoring new projects…)
-     Animation d'instances qui contribuent au fonctionnement des structures de recherche locales ou nationales :
      Commissions Hygiène et Sécurité, Formation Permanente, Activités syndicales, A.D.A.S., etc... / Management
      or co-ordination of structures such as hygiene and safety committees, unions,
-     Responsabilités technico-administratives dans des structures partenaires de l’I.N.R.A. (Instituts techniques et
      organisations professionnelles, établissements d’enseignement supérieur, ministères...). Responsibilities held
      outside INRA (Technical institutes and trade organisations, ministries, higher education establishments).


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