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You’re looking for a training company
on a human scale?

Our recruitment process

Join the team!

HR Interview

An interview with our Human Resources team to introduce you to the company and the position. It’s an opportunity to meet people with the positive mindset we’re looking for.

Test your skills

A test adapted to the position you’re aiming for that will put your reasoning, skills and knowledge to the test. If we work together, we’ll know how to support you in the future.

Operational maintenance

Debriefing of the test via an interview with a line manager and/or a manager, followed by discussions about your approach and the position.

We are committed to providing you with a response at every stage of the interview process (telephone and/or face-to-face). Response time varies between 48 hours and 1 week. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Human Resources department: rh.securite@intrinsec.com

4 reasons to join us


We offer you much more than just a professional opportunity. Our aim is to provide you with a real employee experience by supporting you throughout your career and your career development through rigorous, personalized HR support.


INTRINSEC’s strength lies above all in the expertise, commitment and passion of its staff! With their diverse backgrounds, our teams work in a multi-faceted company.


We encourage exchange and collaboration within our teams, and pay particular attention to individual initiatives.


We offer you the chance to develop your career within a company specializing in Cyber security: a challenging, dynamic and buoyant sector!

In accordance with legal and regulatory provisions aimed at eliminating pay gaps between women and men in the company, Intrinsec calculated its 2023 Gender Equality Index for calendar year 2022 and obtained an overall score of 81/100, broken down by indicator as follows:

  • The gender pay gap, calculated on the basis of women’s average pay compared with men’s, by age group and equivalent job category (34 points out of 40);
  • The gap in the rate of individual salary increases between women and men (35 points out of 35);
  • The percentage of employees who received a pay rise in the year following their return from maternity leave, if pay rises occurred during the period in which the leave was taken (incalculable indicator due to absence of returns from maternity leave);
  • The number of employees of the under-represented gender among the ten highest-paid employees (0 points out of 10).
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