[LIVINGAGRO] ANNONCE DE VACANCE: l'Institut Agronomique Méditerranéen de Chania (CIHEAM-MAICH) recrute 3 chercheurs


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The Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (CIHEAM-MAICH), Partner n. 4 of LIVINGAGRO project, is recruiting n. 3 Researchers related to the outputs 3.4 and 4.2  as well as to the communication strategy of LIVINGAGRO project.


Job description

The advertised research posts require from the researchers to assess specific needs for innovation, re-orient research towards satisfying stakeholders’ needs and assess the possibility of transferring ready-to-use innovations for olive multifunctional systems. In addition, the researchers will have to communicate and disseminate the main principles and activities/outputs of LIVINGAGRO project.


LIVINGAGRO Researcher n.1

  • Requirements: PhD in Molecular Biology and Plant Genetics or in a related field.
  • Total compensation: 30.000 €
  • Contract time: 12 months


LIVINGAGRO Researcher n.2

  • Requirements: PhD in Environmental Engineering or in Chemistry or in a related field
  • Total compensation: 2.000 €
  • Contract time: 6 months


LIVINGAGRO Researcher n.3

  • Requirements: MSc on Molecular Biology and Plant Genetics or in a related field.
  • Total compensation: 13.200€
  • Contract time: 12 months


Application procedure:

To apply, submit to:

Department of Horticultural Genetics & Biotechnology, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute at Chania
Makedonias 1, Alysillio Agrokipiou
Chania 73100
Tel. +30-28210-35030
Fax. +30-28210-35001

1.    Application
2.    An updated CV
3.    Copies of your degrees
4.    Any additional documents as proofs of the CV’s statements

The above-mentioned documents can also be sent via email to panagiot@maich.gr and info@maich.gr.



The deadline for sending applications is March 31st, 2020.


Further information

For further information concerning minimum requirements, procedural issues and selection method please refer to the public notice published on MAICH’s website (Greek) at the following links: