• Groupe Renault Romania keeps on hiring in 2018 as well. The company, a member of the world leading Alliance Renault Nissan Mitsubishi, is looking to hire innovative car enthusiasts.   
    • Groupe Renault Romania creates new career opportunities and offers at the Angajatori de Top [Top Employers] fair 400 jobs in various areas: Research & Development (R&D), Business services (BPO), Manufacturing, Quality, Finance, and Purchasing
    • Moreover, undergraduates (3rd and 4th year) and masters students can apply for internships within a dedicated programme, Drive Your Future. Thus 330 young people have the opportunity to connect to the group’s work throughout their internship 
    • All job vacancies are available on the company’s website, social media platforms, on the recently inaugurated Facebook page Cariere Groupe Renault Romania, on Linkedin, but also on recruitment specialist website. 


    Throughout two days (March 23 & 24), Groupe Renault Romania Human Resources teams are welcoming applicants at Angajatori de Top [Top Employers], the biggest job fair taking place in Bucharest. For some of the positions, the applicants may experience a first interview with the company’s recruitment specialists, right there at the fair. 

    ‘’We keep on hiring and attracting talents. Last year, 1 000 new colleagues have joined Groupe Renault Romania. The worldwide success of our products is attributable also to the work of our teams here in Romania. We are 17 700 and we are training for the future, putting passion at the centre of our hiring. The applicants we are seeking for should, besides the required hard skills and experience, be driven by a passion for cars. The automotive industry is experiencing fast changes. The cars of the future will be hybrid, electric, connected and autonomous. Our recruitment plan for 2018 aims at 850 new employees. Workplace integration is something we care about, and the relationships we are developing with the 15 universities in the country are crucial for the integration of future generations. 30% of the 1 800 interns within the ‘’Drive your future’’ programme, who had chosen to know Groupe Renault Romania hands-on, are now our co-workers.’’, said Dana Oprişan, Human Resources director. 

    In the field of R&D, the company offers growth opportunities to automotive engineers, with a technical educational background. Applicants have to demonstrate experience in project design and development (projects related to mechanics, electrics/electronics, car body and equipment design). And they are expected to master specific automotive software (CATIA, MATLAB, SIMULIK). 

    Business Services are strengthening their teams working in supply chain, after-sales and market research. The job requirements include experience in these areas as well as IT applications proficiency and knowledge of data bases development and management.  

    For its Car Manufacturing activities (Mioveni industrial site), the company is looking for professionals with a technical background, experience in automation and manufacturing performance audit. 

    The Group also has vacancies in the quality, finance, and purchasing departments. The jobs available here require technical and financial education, experience in quality and supplier audit as well as cost and financial performance analysis skills. 

    Besides the specific requirements of the job, candidates are expected to master English or French. The jobs are available in Bucharest, Titu, and Mioveni.


    Groupe Renault Romania 
    Working in car manufacturing since 1898, Groupe Renault is present in 127 countries and sold 3.76 million cars in 2017. It draws on the complementarity of its five brands (Renault, Dacia, Renault Samsung Motors, Alpine and Lada), on the electric car and on its unparalleled Alliance with Nissan. To tackle the big technological challenges of the future and to pursue its profitable growth strategy, the Group relies on its international development. Groupe Renault is the only company in Romania incorporating all the specific activities involved in car manufacturing, which brought about a steady financial performance and a whole range of job opportunities in various areas: market research, design, engineering, testing, manufacturing, logistics, sales, business services, after-sales, and loans. In 2016, the turnover of Groupe Renault Romania exceeded 5 billion euro. Working at the core of the Global Access range (which includes the Dacia models, manufactured on the industrial site in Mioveni), the Group, with its two brands Dacia and Renault, is a local market leader. The 17.700 employees of Groupe Renault are innovating both in terms of products and in terms of good practices, and their competence is well-acknowledged.