Marketing, production, research and development, purchasing… At Michelin, the job domains and jobs are multiple and varied.
Discover them through some career paths of women and men which make Michelin moving forward.
Responsible for developing and implementing the Group's sales policy, teams and sales forces are mobilized in our offices and in the field in direct contact with Michelin Group customers.
In the offices and workshops, the production teams perpetuate the know-how and the high level of quality which make the reputation of the Michelin Group. Whether they work with synthetic rubber, blends, fabrics, metal products or molds, operators bring to life ever more innovative and effective products.
Michelin products requires a rigorous maintenance of the performance of all the tools of the production process. Demanding versatility and responsiveness, these maintenance missions, carried out with motivated teams in a high-tech environment, engage in ambitious challenges.
To produce well, you have to know how to find the best sources of supply from trusted suppliers in a spirit of true partnership. The Purchasing department plays a strategic role in creating the Group's value by strengthening its competitiveness.
Act for the satisfaction of our customers. At the heart of strategic priorities, Quality is part of the company's genes and covers a very wide range of areas, functions and levels of responsibility. Dedicated to the satisfaction of our customers, our quality teams act daily to improve the experience offered by our products and services.
The right product, in the right place, on the agreed date and in the quantity requested. Here, in summary, is the mission of supply chain teams. In parallel, logistics specialists organize the storage and transport of raw materials, semi-finished products and finished products nationally and internationally. Their complementary actions concern all the services of the company and guarantee the respect of their engagements.
Innovation has always been at the heart of the Group's growth strategy. Mathematicians, materials specialists, computer scientist ... no less than 6,600 researchers are working to invent the mobility of tomorrow in collaboration with universities and laboratories around the world.