Job opportunities per sector/location on the côte d’azur
The Côte d’Azur offers a wide range of jobs in the Tourism, Business, Services and Manufacturing industries. Cities and business parks also provide job opportunities in different sectors of excellence depending on their historical core activities and business environments :
Tourism capital of the Côte d’Azur, Nice is also performing in the Ecotechnology, Smart City and Health sectors. Today, the largest employers of Nice are Fayat, Koné, la Banque Populaire, Vishay, la Clinique Saint-Georges, and la Caisse d’Epargne Côte d’Azur.
Nice Eco-vallée / Plaine du Var
Industrial area located west of the city of Nice and spreading through the towns of Carros, Gattières, Broc, Castagniers, and Saint-Martin-du-Var, la Plaine du Var and the OIN of Eco-vallée host most of the companies specializing in the Construction, Pharmaceutical and Manufacturing industries. Today, the largest recruiting companies are Virbac, Arkopharma, Malongo, and Schneider Electric.
First European technopole specializing in Digital Innovation, Sophia Antipolis is renowned for its heavy concentration of leading IT companies and R&D centers at the heart of a natural park. Those companies and R&D centers work together in different areas, such as the Software Development, Connected Health, Travel, and Microelectronics sectors. Main employers are Amadeus, IBM, Micromania, SAP, and Sequoiasoft.
International hub of the Creative and Film industries, Cannes is also a cluster for the Space Industry. Nowadays, the main recruiters include Thales Alenia Space, SEMEC, and different luxury hotels such as the Majestic Barrière and the Gray d’Albion hotels.
World capital of the Flavor industry, the city of Grasse produces 8% of the global turnover of the industry. Today, main employers are Mane Fils, Robertet, Internationaal Flavors & Fragrance, and Expressions Parfumées.
Internationally renowned for its luxury establishments, many other sectors are developing in Monaco : Cosmetics, Chemistry, Textile, Pharmacy, and Manufacturing of Transportation Materials. With more than 2.900 employees, the « Société des Bains de Mer » represents the largest employer of the Principality. Other leading companies in the private sector include SBM Offshore, Mecaplast, Asepta, and Coty.