If you are unemployed and are seeking to gain skills to help you get into the workplace, then we want to hear from you. The Bouygues Construction Special Apprenticeship scheme is designed to offer people like you a chance to gain valuable work experience on a construction site, supported and nurtured by people who are enthusiastic and passionate about their profession.
A social and economic responsibility
As a company operating in both urban and rural settings, and with the full support of our customers and public contracting authorities, we strongly believe that providing work and training opportunities forms part of our responsibility. One of our core aims is to give people who are unemployed the chance to regain their confidence and acquire a recognised professional qualification and to help them secure their first job or get back into the workplace.
In 2012, Bouygues Construction set up a dedicated committee made up of operational managers and human resources professionals to deliver on this commitment. Each year, across all our French sites, we are able to provide 500,000 hours of employment and training to people who fit the target profile.
Going beyond contractual obligations
Our approach on the ground goes well beyond contractual requirements and is underpinned by proactive initiatives, developed and shared with our public and private-sector partners. These initiatives take the form of direct job creation (work opportunity contracts, training contracts) or direct jobs available through our partners (temporary employment agencies and work opportunity companies).
If you, too, want to have such a rewarding experience and facilitate your integration into the labour market, simply go to your nearest young people’s employment centre. In every region, there is a Bouygues Construction site waiting to welcome you.