With headquarters located in France, a subsidiary in the United States and an office in China, we are rapidly expanding and looking for new talent to join our team in order to continue giving the same level of service to our clients. Be part of a successful company!
Alsim is a company with 27 years of experience and a team of almost 60 employees, with +400 qualified simulators operated worldwide.
We are big enough to be a global leader in our sector, but you will appreciate the fact that you and your ideas matter to the company.
We are looking for team members who think outside the box: Your idea could be tomorrow’s project!
Alsim is open to world’s diverse cultures; there are +10 nationalities present in our company.
We consider this diversity as wealth. In our company, you will have the opportunity to speak many languages.
With your colleagues and with our clients, as they are located in every part of the world (Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, Oceania).
Be part of an international company!
Due to continued growth and demand in the North America, as well as Latin America, Alsim will begin producing many of its simulator products in the United States (U.S.) starting in mid-2019.
Alsim’s new facility, to be based in the eastern U.S., will ensure quicker production and installation of its simulators with more American components.
In addition to hardware assembly, the staff at the location will provide enhanced technical services and help develop software. The facility will also maintain a spare parts stockpile, if needed
Location: Headquarters – Nantes, France
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