The Automobile Club de l’Ouest welcomes applicants from all backgrounds to join our vibrant, responsible world-renowned team. We recruit based on development needs across all sectors. We are looking for applicants with the professional and relational flexibility to thrive in a sporting events environment. We particularly value a straightforward, genuine attitude.

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    Onboarding is a crucial step in the recruitment process and one we take particular care to improve continuously. New recruits receive a welcome pack on their first day, attend a group introduction day, and have a roadmap for their first few days. All staff are informed of new arrivals.


    Our growth stems from our thriving, motivated workforce. All managers and the HR team are attentive to employees' aspirations. Career opportunities abound and open positions are always published internally. At ACO we encourage career paths based skills and experience.


    Bolstered by its rich, century old history and strong values, the ACO places people at the heart of its development. We create an environment in which people flourish, we pay particular attention to diversity and to caring for interpersonal relations. Collaboration and solidarity are part of our make-up.


    Training is one of the major focal points of our Human Resources policy. We allocate an annual budget of over 3% of the gross payroll to developing our employees' skills.


    The ACO works closely with ESAT Le Circuit. Founded in 1964, this establishment promotes the integration of people with disabilities into working environments. For the 24 Hours of Le Mans, it customises clothing such as overalls and fire suits. The ACO works with the establishment all year round, however. For example, its Christmas chocolates are made at ESAT Le Circuit! Since 2017, the ACO has been a member of the “Fondation Agir Contre l’Exclusion”. FACE is a private foundation that undertakes tangible, sustainable action to meet the wide-ranging needs of its beneficiaries, to offer them an equal chance in life and to break the spiral of poverty and isolation. It provides access to basic rights and services and challenges inequality in schooling. Finally, it gives job seekers a chance of training.