Supporting the advancement of women engineers

 June 13, 2016

Diversity is Schneider Electric's heritage and their future. Be part of it.

At Schneider Electric, diversity is an integral part of their history, culture and identity. Inclusion is the way they treat and perceive all differences. They want to create an inclusive culture where all forms of diversity are seen as real value for the company.

Schneider Electric believes that National Woman in Engineering Day (NWED) is all about changing perceptions and encouraging more girls and woman into engineering. Get involved ... join them!

Schneider Electric develops technologies for innovative sustainable energy methods and ways to better manage existing energy sources. With more than 180,000 employees in over 100 countries, Roxana Svensson, the company’s director of diversity and inclusion, says she looks for people who embrace Schneider’s high-performance culture which includes showing passion and being up for a challenge. The company provides excellent training and development options.

“Candidates should communicate clearly what their skill sets are and what they can bring to the table,” says Roxana.  Although education and experience are important, candidates who can be themselves is key at Schneider Electric. “We don’t want people to change in order to fit in,” confirms Roxanna.

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