Bouygues offers 1,000 training positions

By Leila Steed06 April 2021

Bouygues Construction has launched its new ‘Act For Your Future’ work-study recruitment campaign, in order to attract young people to construction sector careers.

The France-based firm is offering 1,000 places on the programme across the country, with applicants able to gain site worker, engineering and support function training roles.

Launched exclusively online, the month-long campaign aims to help address the construction industry’s skills shortage.

According to the company, this type of learning programme is one of the best ways through which young people can build careers in the construction, public works and energy and services sectors.

Bouygues said, “Work-study programmes are of great strategic importance for Bouygues Construction. In a job market where there is a shortage of construction workers, the sector must find a way of rejuvenating its workforce....Sign in to continue reading.

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