Working at SAFRA means being part of a dynamic team. We pride ourselves on our knowledge and skills, and we continue to look for people who want to contribute to our success and grow with us.
Find below our different offers, our values, our recruitment process and our testimonials.
We are looking for people like you: enthusiastic, innovative, open-minded, team players and thirsty for knowledge. Ready to work together?
Join our team and share our vision
To be the leading gas pedal of the energy transition through the sustainable decarbonization of public transport.
At SAFRA, we are committed to the integration of work-study students in order to offer professional development opportunities to these motivated individuals.
The work-study program, which combines theoretical training in school and practical training in a company, is a particularly relevant way to learn quickly thanks to the immersion in the company. The student’s professional skills and autonomy develop day by day thanks to the work in pairs with his tutor.
As for the internships, whether they are carried out by students or people in professional reconversion, they will mainly allow the discovery of one or several professions, in order to refine a professional project.
So if you too are eager to learn through one of these schemes, send us your application (CV + letter with field and dates).
At SAFRA, we offer:
Our teams work daily on complex projects that are real challenges, brilliantly met thanks to their skills and expertises.
Our growth leads us to develop our teams and to regularly create new positions. Thus, supported by training programs, our employees have the opportunity to evolve internally with our company project.
Because we know that our project lives thanks to our employees, their loyalty is one of our key issues. We work daily to offer them a healthy environment and a long-term career perspective.
In France, 12 million people are disabled, and 1 in 2 people will be affected by a disability during their lifetime, either temporarily or permanently.
For most of us, being disabled means having a motor disability. However, 80% of declared disabilities are invisible, and this is the case for some of our employees.
Indeed, being disabled does not mean not being able to work. Thanks to our accommodations, one can be recognized as a disabled worker (RQTH) without being in a professional situation of disability.
SAFRA is committed to developing diversity and inclusion within the company, and has decided to promote the integration and retention of people with disabilities through various actions: job accommodation, awareness of our staff, partnerships with specialized organizations or associations, granting additional rights …