Find scientific job offers on MyScienceWork

Your professional scientific social network MyScienceWork unveils its Jobs section

Last month, MyScienceWork put its scientific job offers section online. From computer science to biology to pharmacy, find out about the first international offers listed by your professional network dedicated to scientific research.

This article is a translation of "Trouvez des offres d’emplois scientifiques sur MyScienceWork" by Timothée Froelich.


MyScienceWork is growing quickly. In 3 months, more than 12,000 people have joined the network. Our community is getting bigger and bigger and sharing more and more information and links about research. With the arrival of the Jobs section, the professional side of the website has gotten even stronger. Next week, a Scientific Events section should appear, too, followed by working groups. It is a set of functionalities ever more adapted to the world of research! For today, let’s check out the Jobs section!

Scientific Jobs

On MyScienceWork, you can create your professional network and also apply for a job. The Jobs section gives access to numerous offers for scientists, PhDs, engineers, etc.

For instance, you can click on the tag "Medicine" and review all the medical job offers. Likewise, you can check the announcements aimed at mathematicians.

Any job listing can be published on your MyScienceWork news feed, Twitter and Facebook. You can also put the offers in your career section to archive them and review them later. 

The Advertisers

You can access the Jobs section even if you don’t have an account on MyScienceWork. However, advertisers who wish to disseminate their offers to our community need to register. In the beginning, submitting announcements will be free of charge.

There are two ways of doing this: Submitting one single job offer or a small number of offers manually, or submitting them automatically via RSS feeds. To establish a dissemination partnership and discuss the conditions, please contact us at [email protected].

See you soon on MyScienceWork!