EDF announced on Monday that it wanted to recruit 15,500 people in France in 2022. As BFM TV explains, the group is looking for labor to meet in particular the needs linked to the development of the nuclear sector.

7,000 permanent positions

Thus, the electricity production and supply company intends to hire 8,000 employees this year, including 7,000 on permanent contracts.

In addition, there are 4,000 people on work-study programs for the 2022-2023 promotion as well as 3,500 trainees.

Finally, up to 750 jobs will be offered in France and abroad by EDF Renouvelables.

EDF is hiring:

➡️ 8,000 new #employees, including 7,000 on permanent contracts

➡️ 4,000 #alternants for the 2022-2023 promo ➡️

3,500 #trainees

Join us to meet the challenges of the #EnergeticTransition 🍃 See you

👇https:/ /t.co/3V0Vka2G5w@edfrecrute

— EDF (@EDFofficiel) February 14, 2022

Recruitment "concerns young graduates (from bac pro to bac + 5), as well as candidates with experience in technical fields (in particular in mechanics, operation, electrical engineering, automation, maintenance) and in digital technology", notes EDF in a press release.

“More than 10% of recruits in 2022 (…) will come from bac pro, around 40% from Bac +2/3, around 50% from engineering schools or universities”, adds the group, specifying also that work-study is "an essential lever for recruitment".


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