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Schneider Electric – Why Work For Us?


The global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric comprises more than 150,000 employees working in 100+ countries. Schneider Electric has a 177-year legacy of innovation, international scope and corporate responsibility. We offer employees unique opportunities to build successful careers and participate in developing and promoting solutions to the world’s energy efficiency challenges.

7 reasons to join us

  1. Focus on development: Schneider Electric offers career paths that include opportunities to move between different functions and business units. International mobility and advanced educational opportunities are available as well. 

2. Positive work-life balance:

  • Ranked #22 in Forbes magazine’s list of ‘The 25 Big Companies with the Best Work Life Balance’, according to
  • Named to the Top 50 World’s Most Attractive Employers in 2013by Universum global consulting for the 2nd year running.

3. International Reach: Schneider Electric operates 102 worldwide locations. Our borderless human network allows employees to interact with one another across the globe in real time.

  • Spice, our global, employee-only social networking site, has gained 95,000 users to date and averages 7,000+ posts per week.
  • 43% of our workforce can be found in new economies.

4. A global leader in energy management: Schneider Electric is in theunique position to lead our world to do more while using less of our planet’s resources. 

  • No. 1 in energy efficiency.
  • No. 1 in power and control safety.
  • No. 1 in critical power and cooling reliability.
  • Ranked #5 on Fortune magazine’s list of ‘World’s Most Admired Companies’ in the Industry/Electronic category.

5. Promising future: We aim to play an enduring role in a market with strong potential.

  • Our workforce, revenue (€24 billion/$31 billion in sales in 2012), and accessible markets have doubled since 2004.
  • The International Energy Agency forecasts $11.6 trillion (€8.8 trillion) in investments in energy infrastructure from now until 2030.

6. Culture of innovation: Global energy challenges require new thinking and fresh ideas. Schneider Electric welcomes individuals seeking to pioneer new solutions and express their creativity.

  • We invest nearly 5% of revenue annually in R&D (Research and Development) activities (more than €1 billion in 2012).
  • We employ 11,000 R&D employees working in 70 sites across 26 countries.
  • We encourage every employee to pursue innovative solutions in their daily jobs.

7. Commitment to community and planet: We are engaged in environmental monitoring and encourage giving back to the community.

  • Over 90% of our manufacturing and logistics sites are ISO 14001-certified.
  • In 2013, Schneider Electric was ranked 13th on the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations by Corporate Knight.
  • Among the 110 World’s Most Ethical Companies, as designated by Ethisphere.


Our employees play a key role in building the culture of our company by connecting their personal behaviours and actions to the company’s brand values, something we call the 4Cs.

care for my planet, my customers, my company, my team, and myself.

  • I am passionate about them all
  • I am committed to the sustainability of our planet.

connect to customers and colleagues.

  • I am easy to do business with.
  • I am always open and respectful.

challenge others and embrace challenges myself.

  • I do not confuse debate time with time for decision
  • I am straightforward.

commit to change by leading the change.

  • I won’t put off until tomorrow what can be done today.
  • I am effective and I do what I say.


Schneider Electric employees live their values through their work and participation in activities such as BipBop (Business, Innovation, and People at the Base of the Pyramid), the Schneider Electric programme focused on bringing safe, clean electricity to the people who need it most. In addition, the company promotes energy innovation and conservation through programmes such as Solar Decathlon. These are just a few examples of how Schneider Electric cares for the planet.

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  Water of the Sun: In remote areas, pumping water from a well can be time-consuming and difficult. To address this challenge, Schneider Electric provides rural communities with Water of the Sun, a fully automatic solar-powered water pumping system. Now, villages with no grid power or erratic power can maximize use of solar energy to pump water for domestic use and/or irrigation purposes.
  Off-grid solutions for Senegal villages: In collaboration with the Senegal authorities,Schneider Electric provided three villages with a micro off-grid solar-powered facility known as Villasol. The plant supplies electricity to the main communal buildings in Dar Salam, Thiasky, and Kak: their schools, community centres, and health centres. It also provides a battery charging station so village inhabitants can recharge their Schneider Electric–provided In-Diya lamps.
  Introducing trades in Cambodia: Since 2009, Centre Kram Ngoy in Cambodia has been a partner in the Schneider Electric™ BipBop Training Programme. Together, they are introducing electrical and automation trades to people from the BoP (bottom of the pyramid), enabling them to contribute to Cambodian development. Schneider Electric helps train instructors and provides laboratory equipment.
  Solar Decathlon: Since 2009, Schneider Electric has been a proud supporter of the Solar Decathlon, an award-winning programme that challenges collegiate teams to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy efficient, and attractive. Through Solar Decathlon, Schneider Electric highlights innovative and effective solutions to reduce energy waste, promote clean energy, and encourage environmentally friendly consumption habits.


The Total Employee Experience

The Total Employee Experience™ (TEE) is a collaborative approach to managing one’s career with Schneider Electric. It supports personal involvement and aims to inspire employees to grow personally as well as professionally. TEE comprises seven stages, each with distinct offers enabling employees to explore new possibilities and influence their career paths. TEE offers include:
  • Base and variable pay
  • Competitive health and wellness packages
  • 401(k) and company-match retirement plans
  • Onboarding programmes
  • Mentoring opportunities
  • Talent identification and development
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Relocation assistance

*Availability of offers varies by country per local standards and regulations.


To view the latest job postings within Schneider Electric, visit and enter a ‘keyword’ and/or select from the choices in ‘job field’ and/or ‘location’.  Then click ‘Search jobs’. Alternatively run an ‘Advanced search’, choosing categories that match your career background and interests. You may also sign up for job posting notifications to receive an automatic email when a new position matching your profile is posted.

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Schneider Electric Awards and Accolades

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Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations List, Corporate Knights, 2014
Training Top 125, Training, 2012
Green Cross Medal, National Safety Council, 2011
Most InDemand Employers, LinkedIn, 2014
World’s Most Attractive Employers, Universum, 2014
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Headquarters Rueil-Malmaison, France
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1836
Type Company - Public (SU)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue ₹500+ billion (INR) per year

As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in Utilities & Infrastructure, Industries & Machines Manufacturers, Non-residential Buildings, Data Centres & Networks and in Residential.

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