[ES_JOBS_NET] Postdoctoral research fellowship program, Clermont-Ferrand (France)

Dear colleagues,

The Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans (LMV, /research laboratory////in the
fields of igneous and experimental petrology, geochemistry and
volcanology; //http://ift.tt/1YETJqI) and the ClerVolc
consortium (/collaborative research programme on volcanic processes;
//http://ift.tt/1Qb7ESs)invite applications for five
postdoctoral fellowships on independent research of the applicant’s
choosing that will fit into the research themes of these two
institutions. Details on research programs and laboratory facilities can
be found on the websites, and applicants are encouraged to contact LMV
staff members.

The research fellowships will be funded by the Auvergne Regional
Council. Contracts will start preferentially on September 1^st or
October 1^st , 2016. Fellowships are supported for 24 months and include
a research allowance. The net annual salary is about €26,000 and
includes a benefits package (health insurance plus retirement and
unemployment benefits).

Candidates should have completed their PhD by the time of application.
They are requested to submit their own original research proposal
(limited to no more than 5 sides of A4), a CV (including a list of
publications, description of thesis and any postdoctoral research), a
letter of motivation, and the pdfs of up to five publications by email
to Auvergnefellowship@opgc.fr. They should also ask three referees to
send letters of recommendation to the same email address. The deadline
for applications is January 31, 2016. Research projects will be selected
based on scientific excellence and innovation. Applicants do not need to
speak French, and applications can be in English.

Pleasecontactthe administrator of the ClerVolc project,
SocheataSean(S.Sean@opgc.fr ) and the director of
Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, Pierre Schiano (P.Schiano@opgc.fr) for
any further information.

Best Regards,
Dr Nathalie Bolfan-Casanova.
Head of Experimental Petrology Group.
Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans.

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