The government is supporting Capgemini Engineering to support its growth and the development of talent skills. This support was manifested by the signing of two memorandums of understanding (MoU) for the creation of 1,500 jobs by 2026
The Moroccan government, represented by the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Digital Transition and Administrative Reform, the Ministry of Investment, Convergence and the Evaluation of Public Policies, and Capgemini Engineering Morocco announce the signing of two memorandums of understanding for the creation of 1,500 additional jobs by 2026.
The memorandums of understanding were initialed by the Minister of Industry and Trade, Mr. Ryad MEZZOUR and Mr. Idriss ELASRI, Managing Director of Capgemini Engineering, Chairman of the Country Board Capgemini Morocco. A signature that further positions Morocco as a technological and engineering destination for major international contractors, particularly European ones, and which illustrates the dynamism of the Kingdom’s human capital.
“In a context of strong rebound in the activity of major international contractors, the creation of additional jobs is a major lever for the growth and attractiveness of our country. The commitment and investment of leading groups such as Capgemini in the engineering sector is essential. We are proud to support this momentum of offshoring engineering professions in Morocco and we support the rise of national skills, the strengthening of professions in this sector as well as the employability of young people. These are central components of our strategy, in line with the High Royal Instructions for industrial acceleration, the creation and development of high-performance ecosystems”. Declares Mr. MEZZOUR, Minister of Industry and Trade.
As part of the Group’s overall strategy, Capgemini Engineering Morocco works to attract and develop the best engineering skills. Elected “Top Employer” in 2022, the world leader in engineering – which celebrates its 15 years of establishment in Morocco this year – is committed to supporting the upskilling of its talents. The Capgemini Engineering Morocco teams, 47% of whom are women, provide services on behalf of clients spread over more than 13 countries and operating in the automotive, rail, aviation and life sciences sectors. life.
The memoranda therefore provide for effective accompaniment and support from the Moroccan State in this direction, through the preparation of talents in the fields of industrial engineering and support for the growth of this high value-added sector. This will attract more talent who will strengthen the 3,000 qualified engineers and scientists who make up the Capgemini Engineering Morocco teams.
“We are committed to accomplishing our mission as a corporate citizen and proud to offer our clients high quality services in the field of R&D and new technologies. Since our installation in Morocco in 2007, the Capgemini Group has become the largest technology company at the national level. testifies Idriss Elasri. And to add, “In 2021, our teams were enriched by 800 new talents and in 2022, we recruited another 1,100. Every day, our 5,300 talents provide services at the highest standards, mainly in Europe and the United States. United.”