Recruitment Programmes

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Ramón y Cajal (Program)

As an eligible institution for the Ramón y Cajal grant scheme by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, AZTI is interested in receiving candidates for this programme.

Description of the Ramón y Cajal Grant Scheme

The purpose of these grants is to promote the incorporation of Spanish and foreign researchers with significant experience into R&D centres through 5-year grants for their employment.

Tendering researchers must comply with the following requirements:

  • They must have a PhD degree. PhDs who have obtained their degree between 1 January 2007 and 31 December 2014.
  • The candidate must not be an awardee of previous Ramón y Cajal grants.

You may find the complete information on the conditions at:

2017 Ramón y Cajal (RYC) grants for contracts

What are we offering?

We offer you the opportunity of joining a team of experts in marine and food research. We develop sustainable products, services and business initiatives aimed at activating the industrial fabric while recovering and preserving natural resources. We are leaders in Spain, a benchmark in Europe, and internationally acknowledged.

Research areas

If you believe you fit in with the profile we are searching for, please do not hesitate to submit your application by clicking on the selected research line.

 

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Juan de la Cierva (Program)

 Postdoctoral contracts for different early career stage researchers.

If you believe you fit in with the profile we are searching for, please do not hesitate to submit your application by e-mail rrhh@azti.es. Subject. Juan de la Cierva

DESCRIPTION OF THE JUAN DE LA CIERVA GRANT SCHEME

  • They must have a PhD degree.
  • They must request to join an R&D centre other than the one in which they carried out their pre-doctoral training. In this section, an R&D centre in which they have carried out pre-doctoral training refers to the college in which the PhD was studied mainly, and PhD is understood as the series of research activities carried out in order to achieve the required skills and capabilities to gain a PhD.
  • They must not have applied for a Ramón y Cajal grant or Juan de la Cierva-incorporación (Incorporation) grant this year by the deadline to present applications for these grants.
  • They must not have been a recipient of a grant in previous editions of Juan de la Cierva, Formación Posdoctoral (Post-doctoral training), Juan de la Cierva-Formación (Training) or Juan de la Cierva-Incorporación (Incorporation) grants. Recipient refers to researchers who were given one of these grants previously, regardless of the fact that they actually joined the R&D centre or not.