Seize the opportunity of a career in the heart of urban life. Our work covers major societal and environmental issues, thus creating value for our property portfolio. Our staff are wholly focused on this objective and form a close-knit group of women and men. By joining our Group, you are helping to spread our vision of a city that is more energy-efficient, where humanity finds its place.
A few figures
In 2019, young graduates were equally spread over in our business and support functions.
Our graduate program
Each year, we recruit 6 to 8 young graduates, from the leading business and engineering schools or from the best universities for an immersive 18-month experience. This program is also open to our work-study interns at the end of their contracts.
Rotations every six months allow you to discover three professions, and ultimately choose the function that best corresponds to your aspirations and your talent. You benefit from individual guidance by one of our employees, who sees to your personal development in addition to your growing skills. Building on the success of our first edition with its 215 applicants, we are looking for motivated and ambitious candidates.
Our young talent incubators
Our students and graduates are trained in the following schools:
HEC, ESSEC, ESCP Europe, EM Lyon, Edhec
ESTP, École Polytechnique, École Centrale Supélec Paris, École des Ponts, École des Mines de Paris, ENSAE
Sciences Po Paris, Université Paris Dauphine, Université Paris Sorbonne
We support Essec’s Chair in real estate and sustainable development
Students of the Chair have the opportunity to participate in a residential study project. Four students benefit from a mentoring program.
We also participate in the Chair’s annual Conference, and in Essec’s employment forums.
"For a company, betting on young talent is a great answer to imagining and building this sustainable and connected city. It's the bet that we make by supporting the Essec's Chair in real estate and sustainable development. We are incredibly proud to have the opportunity to pass on our knowledge, to bring our experience and to share our vision of the profession with the school's students. They are the spearheads of the new urbanism that we wish to promote, inclusive and human.”
Méka Brunel, Executive Director of Gecina