Incipit gathers people from many fields and nationalities, all of them focussing on research about cultural heritage. There is a large diversity of disciplines, and specialists from almost any field are welcome at Incipit as long as their research interests are aligned with those of the institute.
Sometimes there are openings to incorporate new members to Incipit on a wide range of modalities, durations, and types of position. Some of these openings are related to ongoing projects at Incipit. Others are given by public calls in Spain and other countries. On this page you can find the current openings at each time as well as some indications on how to express your interest in them.
Incipit offers an agile and multidisciplinary environment, where collaborations and dialogue between scientific fields are common. Most of the projects involve people from different fields and produce results that are relevant to all of them.
Working at Incipit will allow you to share your expertise with experts in cultural heritage from different fields as you learn new perspectives, techniques, and approaches. In addition, Incipit maintains relations with a wide network of associates and collaborators, and receives numerous research stays every year. This network will allow you to make new contacts and find new opportunities for your research career as well as your professional development.
You will also be able to participate in the many events that take place at Incipit, such as research talks, seminars, working groups or Red Incipit.
There are no openings at this time. But something will come up in the future, so please check this section regularly.
Most job openings require the participation in a public competitive call. We can help you to improve your chances and organise your application. To express your interest, please follow these steps:
If you need additional information or have any questions about openings, please write to Elena Cabrejas at firstname.lastname@example.org for general issues or to each contact person for issues that are specific to each opening.