What are the prospects for career development at the Crédit Agricole Group?
The Crédit Agricole Group is committed to the personal and professional development of its employees; this is why it has adopted an extensive training policy to ensure that its employees are suitably qualified for their profession throughout their career, paving the way for an interesting and varied experience.
Has my application been processed?
As soon as you apply for a job at the Crédit Agricole Group, you will receive an e-mail response informing you that your application has been received.
Each entity and each Crédit Agricole regional bank handles its own recruitments at that point, and will review your application. You will be regularly notified of the progress of your application. If your profile matches the job you applied for, you will be contacted by the Human Resources Department of the entity in question.
How do I prepare for my interview?
The purpose of the interview is to further examine the information provided on your CV and to assess your motivation for the job. The recruiter may ask you to do a practical or simulated exercise. The most common example is a simulated negotiation when applying for a sales or CRM position.
1 – Do your research
Learn more about the Crédit Agricole Group, its activities and the banking industry in general. Recruiters may want to evaluate your curiosity and interest in current banking events, and in the activities and/or initiatives undertaken by the Group.
2 - Prepare what you want to say about your career, goals and interests
Consistency and discipline are qualities that are not only appreciated but required in the banking, finance and insurance fields. A well-organized presentation will make a good impression on the operational manager or recruiter meeting with you, who will notice your hard work in preparing for the interview.
When you talk about your various experiences, the recruiter expects you to explain how your application for the position fits in with your broader, long-term plans. Your interests and professional goals should be illustrated with specific examples.
3 - Create a dialogue
Feel free to ask questions if there is anything you don’t understand about the Crédit Agricole Group. This will show your interest in the Group’s organization and activities. Prepare a list of questions if you were unable to find an answer in the Recruitment section.
4 - Be natural
Be yourself, that’s what the recruiter expects. Think of the interview as an opportunity to demonstrate your professionalism and motivation.
We are always very interested in the interpersonal skills and team spirit of our future employees. We believe these are the keys to your professional fulfillment.
How to apply?
So you want to apply for a job at the Crédit Agricole Group? Nothing could be easier!
In the Applications section, you can choose between job offers from the Crédit Agricole regional banks and those from the Crédit Agricole S.A. Group (including all Group subsidiaries such as LCL, Crédit Agricole CIB, Crédit Agricole Assurances, Amundi, etc.).
This section contains a search engine that you can use to select the offers that interest you based on the criteria entered: entities, businesses, types of contracts, geographic areas. If you want to find a specific offer or position, you can enter a key word or reference number. If an offer catches your eye, click on the “Apply for this job” button.
When you submit your application for the first time on our website, you are asked to create your “Applicant Space”. This is your own personal space on our website, for which you can choose your own password. Your Applicant Space will make it easier for you to complete the necessary steps on our website and will optimize your search.
If none of the offers meets your expectations, you can create e-mail alerts in your Applicant Space. That way you will be automatically notified whenever an offer that matches your search criteria is published. Finally, you can also submit an unsolicited application. We also encourage you to regularly check for updated job offers online as well as Recruitment news for the Crédit Agricole Group.
Applying by mail
To apply for a job by post, you can submit your application to the entity in question. The Crédit Agricole Group operates in over 50 countries. You can find all the postal addresses on the map of Crédit Agricole Group locations.
Apply at forums and students fairs
Come on down and talk with our employees at the Crédit Agricole stand at job forums and trade fairs. You can directly hand your CV to one of our employees and discuss his or her professional activity.
For the list of all forums and events attended by the Crédit Agricole Group, go to calendar of forums and trade fairs
Do you have a disability?
All of our jobs are open to disabled persons.
To apply for a job at the Crédit Agricole S.A. Group, you can submit your application by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For positions at Crédit Agricole regional banks, you can apply online at www.touteslescompetences.fr.
Where can I find information on internships offered by the Crédit Agricole Group?
How do I apply for a job at a Crédit Agricole regional bank?
You can view all offers for jobs, work-study and internships at the Crédit Agricole regional banks at www.ca-recrute.fr.
Where do I apply for a job at Crédit Agricole Group entity outside France?
International recruitments are handled locally by the Crédit Agricole Group entities. You can submit your application directly to these entities. For a list of all Group entities, go to our locations directory.
Does the Crédit Agricole Group recruit students for work-study programs?
From students pursuing a BTS (technician’s certificate) recruited under a professionalization contract, to students in Master’s 2 programs at university, or attending business or engineering school, the Crédit Agricole Group offers many different work-study opportunities in all its activities and businesses, particularly in retail banking (Crédit Agricole regional banks and LCL), corporate banking, asset management, insurance and information systems.
With a term of 1 or 2 years, the aim of an apprenticeship contract is to provide young people aged 16‑25 with general, theoretical and practical training, recognized by an official degree. The professionalization contract is for young people under the age of 26, with no specific qualification or hoping to complete their initial training, and for job seekers over 26. Exceptions to these age limits are possible.
Work-study participants participate fully in the life of the company. They are given real professional assignments, so that they may confirm (or not) their choice of career, develop their employability and prepare themselves to enter the job market once their contract is over. Work-study is a veritable pre‑recruitment phase for the Group…a way to find our future employees.