Bureau Veritas, a world leader in testing, inspection, and certification (TIC) services, plans to bring on new talent across every continent in 2020 including engineers, surveyors, inspectors, auditors, laboratory technicians, as well as business support.
To support its robust growth, Bureau Veritas is expanding its recruitment efforts to bolster its talent pools.
Helen Bradley, EVP Human Resources at Bureau Veritas, said:
“Every day, new talented people are choosing Bureau Veritas to ensure that companies, governments and citizens produce, build, consume and live better. Our company is clearly attractive to jobseekers because at Bureau Veritas, people can truly leave their mark. We are looking forward to welcome new people on board in 2020, everywhere in the world, and share with them our core values: Trusted, Responsible, Ambitious & Humble and Open & Inclusive”.
• The region with the largest part of this recruitment activity will be Asia-Pacific – Bureau Veritas plans to hire more than 8,000 people.
• In the Americas, Bureau Veritas intends to hire more than 2,000 positions.
• In Europe, Bureau Veritas is seeking 2,000 new talents.
• In Africa, the group is looking to welcome 550 new team members across the continent.
In November 2019, Bureau Veritas launched its Employer Brand, which highlights the role played by each and every team member. Through their commitment to transforming the world we live in, Bureau Veritas’ employees truly “leave their mark,” collaborating on projects that make a tangible impact on society.
Bureau Veritas is also committed to creating an inclusive, diverse workplace and culture, as illustrated by its inclusion on the Financial Times’ inaugural list of Diversity Leaders, recognizing companies’ performance in promoting diversity in all its forms.
Bureau Veritas key countries for recruitment
|Asia-Pacific – 8,000 permanent positions||Americas – 2,000 permanent positions|
|3,500 in China||900 in the US|
|900 in India||650 in Canada|
|200 in Singapore, Vietnam and Qatar||400 in Brazil|
|200 across Oceania, mainly in Australia||300 in Chile|
|100 in Argentina|
|Europe – 2,000 permanent positions||Africa – 550 permanent positions across the continent|
|1000 in France|
|200 in the UK|
|200 in Russia|
|100 each in Spain, Germany and the Netherlands|