I've passed the qualification in mathematics and I'm trying to apply for some assistant professor (Maître des Conférences - MCF) positions in France, using the Galaxie portal. However, I see that there's no option to submit a CV, which I submitted during the qualification process, but there's an option to submit "présentation analytique"?
This makes me wonder: what exactly is a presentation analytique (analytical presentation)? Also how do I submit my CV for this position?
So I contacted some administrative officials processing the MCF applications, and here's the response I got: (translated to English)
"The analytical presentation is a description of your academic and/or research background. Whether in the past or in the future you must present your experience by detailing your research and your publications. Most often, the analytical presentation begins first as a CV and then, following this CV, you present your career path analytically as described above. The definition of analytical presentation is as follows: a CV giving an analytical presentation of the work, books, articles, achievements and activities, mentioning those that the candidate intends to present at the audition"
So to double check: if I combine two documents: (1) my academic CV that details my education, work experience, teaching experience, publication details (number of articles, journals where published etc.) and references etc. and (2) a statement of research interests where I detail my work, the results/theorems, and future plan for work, will this constitute a proper presentation analytique? Or, do I need to include (3) a description of research project that I'm pursuing at present and intend to continue for the next two years?
Any help from people familiar with the French academic system would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you in advance and kind regards.