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Recruiting Campaign

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We also recruit in telecommunications !

Discover the professions of Fiber Optic Technician H / F, Technician Radio H / F, Technician Activation and Commissioning H / F, Developer H / F SI, or Study Manager H/F! Appointment with Axione's teams !

Our block release trainees, interns, volunteers and new recruits describe their experiences!

Guillaume, Head of Operations

Laetitia, Agility Advisor

Marion, Business Manager

Marie, Innovation Project Manager

Timothée, Program Manager

Zamsad, System & Workstation Architect

Anissa, Buyer

Camille, Methods & Price Engineer

Antoine, Buyer

Safety day for our work-study students

Top Trainees Day

By Cup, Sporting Challenge

Join my Public Works Team

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Need advice to prepare?

A tailored CV: 6 tips to stand out from the crowd

Your CV is your marketing tool, to “sell yourself” to the recruitment officer. 

  1. Adapt your CV to the vacancy description by including its key words
  2. Personalise your CV with an appropriate heading
  3. Use an opening line that lists 3 of your strong points
  4. List your work experience (internships, block release training, experience in companies/associations, etc.)
  5. List your qualifications and ongoing training
  6. Give thought to the layout  

How to introduce yourself in 5 minutes at a job interview ?

Preparation and practice are the keys to success.

  1. Get everything ready the day before the interview (printed CV, attire, access map, etc.)
  2. Be positive, cheerful, and concise.
  3. Highlight your best achievements
  4. Mention your qualities (or what people say about you), your preferences and interests
  5. Show your motivation and interest for the position and for the company
  6. Don’t repeat what’s on your CV and avoid going into too much detail unless asked to do so.