Working at Eutelsat means becoming part of a dynamic group with a distinct cultural diversity. Our workforce represents 1200 employees from 50 different nationalities working in 20 offices worldwide, and our revenues are generated from more than 150 countries.

You have a keen sense for team dynamics? You are seeking a position in which your quest for innovation, your business expertise and your customer-focused mentality will be key to your everyday work? You are known for your professional integrity and intellectual curiosity? You have full command of French and English, and knowledge of other languages? So come along and join us!

Throughout the recruitment process, we place a great deal of emphasis on your career goals and your ability to integrate an international environment. Each of our positions, whether in the technical, administrative or financial functions, offers a high level of autonomy and responsibility, backed by a social policy that meets individual as well as collective requirements.


Discover a world of exciting jobs

To continue the deployment and control of our infrastructure in orbit and on the ground and provide ongoing technical and operational support to our commercial staff, we regularly hire telecommunications engineers and new graduates in satellite communications technology.  In particular, we look for technically qualified individuals who enjoy working with customers.  Positions are available at Eutelsat’s Paris headquarters and at the Rambouillet teleport.

Eutelsat’s customers include TV stations, operators, production companies, institutional users and private companies, located all over the world. Our sales and marketing teams are active in our strategic markets to help Eutelsat representatives build close relationships with customers in these areas.  They are given valuable assistance by our sales support, sales administration and customer care teams.

Other fields
Eutelsat also offers positions in a number of other vital corporate functions to help define the company’s strategic goals.  Such posts include jobs in the management-control function, information systems, strategic development, and legal affairs.


Achieve your potential in a stimulating work environment

As a company playing an active role in facing the challenge of building a digital economy, technical excellence and in-depth market knowledge represent a strategic priority for Eutelsat. The multi-skilled and complementary profiles of our employees underpin the Group’s objective to cultivate sound knowledge of each environment in which it operates. Eutelsat’s training policy capitalises on this international resource, with on-going training enabling staff members to hone their skills.

We aim to foster a fulfilling work environment and offer a coherent and attractive remuneration policy, which places emphasis on individual responsibility and performance. The Group has implemented a high level of social cover schemes and created a favourable environment for employee shareholding and long-term saving.




Working in a socially responsible company



Prevention of discrimination is a principle around which all of our employees are united. As a signatory of a Business Diversity Charter, Eutelsat has pursued this principle since its creation as an intergovernmental organisation, and applies it through good practices in recruitment and corporate activities.

Although operating in a high-technology sector where women make up less than 25% of the student population, our objective is to achieve a better balance of responsibilities between men and women, mainly with the recruitment of engineers and managers as well as through mobility and internal promotion.

The Group also strives for seamless integration of its technical facilities into the social environment of the regions where they are located. This involves dialogue with stakeholders on environmental issues and the creation of skilled jobs in the rural areas where teleports are primarily deployed.

We also have a successful "Solidarity rounding" initiative supported by 50% of employees. It entails rounding off centimes on the payroll and donating them to finance microcredit programmes that are designed to generate employment. Individual efforts by employees are matched by the Group's donations.