SPIE recruits 3,500 employees, 700 of whom on work-study programmes, throughout France

Published on 19 March 2024

Cergy, 19 March 2024 – SPIE France, a subsidiary of the SPIE Group, the independent European leader in multi-technical services in the areas of energy and communications, and its six subsidiaries are recruiting around 3,500 employees, 700 of whom will be on work-study programmes, throughout France in 2024. With this recruitment drive, SPIE France is aiming to strengthen its role as a global player in the energy, digital and industrial transitions in France and contribute to the emergence of a low-carbon society.

Working together for a low-carbon society

SPIE France contributes to the emergence of a low-carbon society by developing specific and global solutions for businesses, industries and local authorities to accelerate their energy, digital and industrial transitions. Working at SPIE means making a significant contribution to achieving a sustainable, environmentally-friendly future.

With its 400 sites and an extensive local network across the country, SPIE France, through its six subsidiaries SPIE ICS, SPIE Facilities, SPIE CityNetworks, SPIE Nucléaire, SPIE Industrie and SPIE Building Solutions, is recruiting in all regions. 585 recruitments are planned in Ile-de-France, 495 in Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, 490 in Occitanie, 340 in the PACA region, 330 in Pays de la Loire, 285 in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, 230 in Grand Est, 190 in Brittany, 180 in Hauts-de-France, 130 in Centre Val de Loire, 120 in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté and 100 in Normandy.

The vacancies include: maintenance technician, energy efficiency engineer, high- and low-voltage electrician, telecoms engineer, network engineer, fitter, site supervisor, fibre optic installer, smart city and cyber security engineer and technician, data centre technician, welder and energy network operations manager.

The majority of positions are full-time, permanent contracts. All educational levels are targeted, from professional baccalaureate, professional degrees and advanced vocational diplomas (BTS) to engineering degrees. All vacancies can be found on spie-job.com.

SPIE is looking to recruit individuals with diverse professional backgrounds, who are not only technically skilled, but also motivated and able to adapt.

“By joining us, you will be contributing to the emergence of a low-carbon society, regardless of your skills, profile, or level of education. All of our careers are at the heart of the energy, digital and industrial transitions. We are looking for passionate and committed people who want to progress, share and create,” says Arnaud Tirmarche, Managing Director of SPIE France.

SPIE France: promoting diversity and inclusion at work

As a corporate citizen, SPIE is committed to equal opportunities in terms of employment, the gender mix in its teams, diversity of backgrounds, integration of people with disabilities and a generational balance. This commitment to diversity and inclusion is key to the company’s strategy.

Signing the #StOpE commitment document against everyday sexism in the workplace in early 2024 is just one example. This commitment was a natural step in the company’s approach to workplace inclusion. The #StOpE initiative, created in 2018, is a collective of over 200 organisations from the private, public and academic sectors that have come together to fight everyday sexism in the workplace, encourage action and share best practice in this area.

“At SPIE, our vision is based on a commitment to equal opportunities, diversity and inclusion for all. We firmly believe that these different elements are key to performance and collective intelligence,” adds Sandra Hen Poulain, HR Director at SPIE France. “I am proud to undertake this key mission that guides our corporate strategy, thereby creating a dynamic and welcoming working environment.”