recruiting around 40 PhD candidates
Every year, the Group recruits around 40 PhD candidates, particularly in its Digital Home, Digital Emerging Countries, Digital Society, Digital Enterprise, Content Aggregation Services, Trust & Data Services, Cloud Services, Advanced Networks, Networks Management & Services, Personal & Social Services, Customer Experience & Devices and Sustainable Digital World activities.
Our PhD offers are published on orange.jobs, between March and beginning of April.
invent the digital future
Orange: supporting your thesis
As a PhD candidate at Orange, you are a key factor in the success of the Group's research. You contribute your scientific or technological expertise and new areas for innovation - a strategic priority for the Group.
Every year, the Group recruits PhD candidates in a variety of scientific and technical fields related to networks, service platforms, services and uses which help the Group make digital life easier for its over 263 million customers worldwide.
During the three years of your PhD programme, you and your managers will work on key internal or cooperative (ANR, European projects, etc.) projects for the Group. The Group's policy on PhD candidates will allow you to develop effective relationships and synergies with public research institutions Institut Mines-Télécom, INRIA, etc.) and to enjoy a significant professional experience which will open doors to a career in public or private research or in the corporate world - and not necessarily in the lab.
promoting professional integration
Helping PhD candidates find a job when they graduate is a priority for Orange. Starting in your first year, you are encouraged to attend workshops by ABG-Intelli'agence (the international benchmark for information, support and employment for PhD candidates) in order to learn to promote your educational background. By the way, you can take advantage of a special training programme funded by Orange which will help you prepare for your job search after graduation. The course will help you to identify and promote the technical and relationship skills developed during your doctoral studies and define your career plan.