Investing in people is a top priority at Schneider Electric

Investing in people is a top priority at Schneider Electric

 September 07, 2017

Entering an industry where women are currently in the minority can be a daunting prospect, which is why employer Schneider Electric believes all women who join this global engineering firm should be encouraged to work on innovative projects and collaborate with inspiring and diverse teams.

With a wide variety of roles available from application developer to team leader, there are many impressive women enjoying careers at this energy sector leader.

Nicola Brady, who works as a manager in Health, Safety and Sustainability (HS&S) has found her experience of working at Schneider Electric extremely supportive.

“Schneider Electric has supported and fast tracked my career development. Working for a company recognised globally for its focus on people and planet, my area of Health Safety and Sustainability really appeals to me and I thrive on driving continuous improvement and how we operate” she says.

A collaborative and inclusive environment

As a global company, Schneider Electric is committed to the implementation of policies that advance and empower women in the workplace, marketplace and community. Here CEO, UK and Ireland Tanuja Randery discusses why Schneider Electric is a company where women will be supported to thrive.

Akanksha Sharma, a Key Account Manager, Onshore Wind is aware of the unique environment that has been created at Schneider Electric - one that enables innovative and inspirational work throughout all its sectors.

“Schneider Electric is a dynamic organisation that focuses on empowering and investing in its people and there’s a new challenge every day. I’m surrounded by high calibre professionals who inspire me every day,” she explains.

What roles might be great for you?

Research the wide range of engineering exciting jobs currently open at Schneider Electric. There are often many great career opportunities - and women truly enjoy working for this company due to the breadth of career advancement opportunities, flexibility and its supportive culture.


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