Accesso tramite pubblica selezione L’assunzione del personale docente a tempo determinato e indeterminato, previsto dalla Legge provinciale 2 agosto 2005, n. 14 (art. 29, comma 12), dallo Statuto della Fondazione (art. 18, comma 3) e dal Regolamento di Organizzazione della Fondazione Edmund Mach (art. 20, comma 3), avviene a seguito di apposite pubbliche selezioni, per titoli e prova orale,...
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The Foundation consists of three centres and a farm:
- Training and Education Centre, which offers a wide range of qualifications at all levels of study (occupational area for teachers, school technician and staff, University staff);
- Technology Transfer Centre, which provides important support to agriculture and forestry in the province of Trento (occupational area for technologists and technicians);
- Research and Innovation Centre, which supports studies and innovations in the fields of agriculture, nutrition, and environment (occupational area for researchers and PhD students).
The farm is involved in production and transformation processes but it also provides support for teaching and research activities. It consists of a wine cellar, a distillery and about 120 hectares of land cultivated with grapevines and apple trees.
Maybe you could not find the right opportunity at this moment, but you are interested in working at Fondazione Mach? You can send your spontaneous application with your cv mentioning your occupational area of interest at the following email contact: email@example.com. Please do not expect an immediate reply to your spontaneous application, if we find a suitable job for you, we will not hesitate to get in touch. You can also register to our Newsletter, so we can let you know when a vacancy comes up.
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