Are you interested in developing your project in a leading research center? Check the Juan de la Cierva – training call and present your proposal with the ICAC: Join our vibrant international community of postdoctoral researchers!
The purpose of the Juan de la Cierva-training grants is to encourage the hiring of young researchers in possession of a PhD degree by Spanish research organizations or R&D centers for a period of two years in order to complete their postdoctoral research training in a Spanish R&D center other than those in which they did their predoctoral training.
⇒ 2-year postdoctoral contract and a minimum salary of € 25,350 gross per year (gross annual salary).
Requirements: Participants must meet the requirement of possessing the title of doctor and have obtained it between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2021, for the general access option and for the FJC-INIA-CCAA option; and between January 1, 2019, and December 31, 2021, for the access option for people with disabilities equal to or greater than 33 percent, except if they prove a cause of interruption in accordance with the call.
Deadline for submitting applications: January 20 – February 3, 2022. Send us your proposal!
Applications are presented by the R&D centers, including the participants for their incorporation into the research teams. Candidates’ selection is based on a competitive competition process based on their curricular merits and on the scientific-technical history of the research team in which they want to join, giving special relevance to the merits related to the researcher or researcher supervisor.
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ICAC is an excellent research centre to develop postdoctoral projects, with state-of-the-art equipment, laboratories, a library, and teaching and meeting spaces.
Visit our leading groups in landscape archaeology, Roman territories, ancient city and architecture, archaeometry, protohistory, material culture, economy and trade, late antiquity, and Greco-Roman eastern Mediterranean.
We are pioneering some of the most innovative techniques such as automated drone-based intensive survey, archaeological machine learning, cathodoluminescence (CL), photogrammetry, 3D laser scanning, or archaeomorphological digital mapping.
Many more topics are available together with multiple study areas all over the Mediterranean and beyond where new research can be conducted as part of ongoing or independent projects.
Applications from female researchers and members of disadvantaged groups are highly encouraged, according to the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R) of the European Commission, ICAC follows the OTM-R principles (the Institute is a centre with the HRS4R accreditation and label since 2015. Full information here).