SPIE France recruits

SPIE is recruiting 3,700 employees, including 700 work-study students, in France

Published on 12 April 2023

Cergy, 12 April 2023 - SPIE France, a subsidiary of the SPIE Group, the European leader in multi-technical services in the areas of energy and communications, and its six subsidiaries are recruiting 3,700 employees, including 700 work-study students, throughout France in 2023. Thanks to these numerous recruitments, SPIE France aims to strengthen its role as a global player in energy, digital and industrial transitions in France and to contribute to the emergence of a low-carbon society.

Working together for a low-carbon society

With its 400 sites and extensive local coverage throughout France, SPIE France, through its six subsidiaries, namely SPIE ICS, SPIE Facilities, SPIE CityNetworks, SPIE Nucléaire, SPIE Industrie and SPIE Building Solutions, is recruiting in all regions. 560 recruitments are planned in the Île-de-France region, 605 in Occitanie, more than 560 recruitments in Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, 370 in Pays de la Loire, 340 in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, 280 in the PACA region, 250 in the Grand-Est, 230 in Normandy, 165 in Brittany, 150 in Hauts-de-France region, 105 in Centre-Val de Loire and 105 in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté.

The positions to be filled include: maintenance technician, energy efficiency engineer, low and high voltage electrician, telecoms engineer, network engineer, fitter, works supervisor, fibre optic wireman, engineer & smart city technician, cybersecurity, data centre technician, welder, industrial electrician, energy network activity manager.

The positions are mainly full-time permanent positions. All levels of study are targeted, from the vocational baccalaureate to the engineering diploma, through to professional bachelor’s degrees and BTS (French technician certificate). All job offers are available on the spie-job.com website.

In addition to technical skills, the ability to adapt, the diversity of backgrounds and the motivation of newcomers are assets. A strong sense of teamwork and a real desire to contribute to the multiple challenges of energy, digital and industrial transitions are key.
In France, SPIE contributes to the emergence of a low-carbon society by creating and providing tangible solutions to companies, industries, and regions to accelerate their energy, digital and industrial transitions.

"Joining SPIE means becoming part of a meaningful company that enables everyone to participate in the virtuous transformation of our society", says Arnaud Tirmarche, Managing Director of SPIE France. "We are looking for people who want to reinvent themselves, to pass on knowledge and to take action: our community of enthusiasts is what makes our professions so rich!"

Transfer of knowledge and career development are at stake

SPIE invests heavily in training to ensure that its talents progress throughout their career. When they join SPIE, each talent benefits from individualised support to help them express, analyse and implement their career development wishes. Technical and management training courses are periodically offered.

Once again this year, SPIE is committed to helping young people by recruiting 700 work-study students. In February 2023, nearly 1,200 work-study students or apprentices were working at SPIE France - and as many tutors were committed to help them. This dynamic is being achieved through strengthened relations with schools and colleges, and several innovative initiatives, including a recruitment campaign launched on TikTok in March.

"Our employer promise is based on three pillars: passion, boldness and diversity. It is illustrated by the strong commitment of our employees and an average length of service of more than 10 years within the Group", adds Sandra Hen Poulain, Director of Human Resources at SPIE France. "We pay a lot of attention to the retention of our employees, in particular through our policy of mobility, transfer of knowledge and training, which is part of our culture. Our aim is to enable everyone to develop and become ambassadors for their professions."

As a socially responsible company, SPIE is committed to equal opportunities in terms of employment, gender mix teams, diversity of origin, integration of people with disabilities and balance between generations.