Convocatoria de expresiones de interés para contratos posdoctorales 2023, programa «Ramón y Cajal» en el Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos (IPP-CSIC)
The Spanish Ministry for the Science and Innovation (MICINN) has announced the 2022 call for support to 5-year postdoctoral contracts at universities and public research institutions in Spain, within the program Ramón y Cajal.
Candidates for the general access and the RyC-INIA-CCAA rotation, must have obtained the doctoral degree must be between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2020. In the case of candidates for the disability quota, the date of obtaining the doctorate degree must be between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2019. 80 contracts out of 494 have been specifically earmarked for researchers currently working in foreign institutions.
To access the text of the calls (in Spanish), please follow these links:
- Five-year grant Ramón y Cajal for those who obtained their PhD between 2012 and 2020.
The Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) is actively seeking to welcome outstanding candidates working in the following areas: i) Environmental Economics, ii) Citizens, Institutions and Public Policy, iii) Social Policies and Welfare State, iv) Systems and Policies for Research and Innovation, v) Science and Technology Studies and Scientometrics, and vi) Rural Geography.
Ramón y Cajal researchers are encouraged to apply for financial support in national and international competitive calls to lead R&D projects and to develop their own activity and research agenda. Conditional on the positive obtainment of the I3 certification, RyC researchers will have priority in the arising opportunities for permanent positions within the CSIC. We invite potential applicants to check the Institute’s website to know more about our staff and their research agendas: http://ipp.csic.es/en.
Expressions of interests, including the CV of the applicant and confirmed interest by a permanent IPP researcher, should be sent to direccion.ipp [at] csic.es before the 30th of January 2023 (14:00 pm). Yet, we encourage the potential candidates to contact the Director, or the IPP researchers who may be interested in endorsing them, well ahead of this deadline, to get support and guidance through the on-line application process.
Please note that this deadline is BEFORE the official deadline of the call at the Ministry (which is the 9th of February 2023).
Disclaimer: This information is provided for the sake of clarity. The legal conditions are exclusively those contained in the official legal call published in the BOE.