I worked at Électricité de France full-time
You can have a lot of vacations and work on very interesting and diverse projects. It's a friendly place to work, and you can have many training about security and to learn more about the company.
It's a shame we have to follow political decisions (as the state owns 80% of the company). You may have to fight to get a real computer too, and the administration processes can be slow.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Électricité de France.
Two interviews, one over the phone and one in person. Very friendly and welcoming at the time. Took time to explain policies, procedures, and organization structure to make sure my skills aligned with the needs of the company.
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