Blockchain Developer Position – Remote, part-time
We are looking for a part-time developer to work on blockchain technologies to support the operation of Collaborative Economy communities.
Master/PhD Student Position in Computer Science
We are looking for a student to work towards his/her master or doctoral degree focused on blockchain technologies to facilitate the work of Collaborative Economy communities. Expectations will be adapted depending if the student seeks a masters or a PhD degree.
Postdoc in Computer Science
We are looking for a postdoc researcher to co-lead research and development on blockchain-enabled Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) for Collaborative Economy communities.
PhD Position in Computer Science
We are looking for a student to work towards his/her doctoral degree focused on blockchain technologies to facilitate the work of Collaborative Economy communities.
Postdoctoral position in social research
We are looking for a postdoctoral position in social research to lead social research of Collaborative Economy communities which may enable the development of software prototypes grounded on social theory.
What do you find in the
P2P Models Project?
- We take an action research approach: we aim both to build theory/systems, and to achieve social impact, in order to improve organisational processes, economic models, policies and technology.
- We believe technology is not neutral: we acknowledge the influence of the social and technological context and how it shapes innovation choices.
- We embrace and encourage multidisciplinarity
- We uphold an inclusive and diversity-friendly post-meritocratic environment
- We believe in collective decision-making and co-responsibility
- We promote transparency, critical thinking, collaboration and autonomy.
- We advocate free/open source software and decentralization
- We encourage contributions to other free software and commons-oriented projects to help the ecosystem thrive.
- We believe in a work-life balance, family-compatible.
- Full-time commitment.
- We are goals-driven, not hours-driven.
- Flexibility to work at home / office.
- We nourish curiosity and inspiration by supporting side projects.
- Opportunities to attend and/or speak in relevant academic and practitioners’ events
- Possibility to spend time as visiting fellows with our partners: Harvard, MIT, CNRS, Aragon, etc.
- Stable employment with flexible schedule.
- A passionate team of people committed to researching, building, and achieving social impact.
- Constant learning, in a cozy and interdisciplinary work environment driven by collaboration and teamwork.
- Networking with high profile researchers, activists and techies worldwide.
- Life in Madrid, with thrilling grassroots social movements, active cultural scene, fantastic weather, good food and quality of life, friendly people, a progressive town hall, and in a city cheaper than most US/EU cities.
- The multiple social benefits from a welfare state, highlighting our public and free high quality health care system, ample vacation days and parental/sick leaves.
- A wide diversity of benefits and expenses covered, including equipment, trips, courses, trainings, sports, cultural activities…
The work and well-being of our group and the university as a whole are profoundly strengthened by the diversity of our network and our differences in background, culture, experience, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, disability, economic class, and much more. We actively seek and welcome people of color, women, the LGBTQIA community, persons with disabilities, and people at intersections of these identities, from across the spectrum of disciplines and methods.