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Motorways are changing, and so are our occupations

Once centred mainly on construction and infrastructure, our occupations now call for a broader range of skills, including customer relations, environment managers and maintenance technicians. APRR’s teams now span more than 200 occupational fields.

 
APRR is structured around four categories of occupational fields:
- engineering, maintenance and development of operational systems,
- safety, infrastructure and the environment,
- customer relations,
- management support functions.
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OCCUPATIONS IN ENGINEERING AND DYNAMIC EQUIPMENT

OCCUPATIONS IN ENGINEERING AND DYNAMIC EQUIPMENT

The motorway sector brings together teams of men and women in occupations requiring precision and responsiveness. Their duties include anticipating technical developments in the field of telecommunications, toll management, and traffic and safety management equipment; ensuring the management and operational maintenance of dynamic equipment (such as variable-message signboards and toll terminals); and rolling out new equipment.
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OCCUPATIONS IN SAFETY, INFRASTRUCTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

OCCUPATIONS IN SAFETY, INFRASTRUCTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Safety is APRR’s number one priority. To maintain an optimal level of safety, the network must be constantly monitored and action must be taken if any incident occurs (such as an accident, breakdown, snowfall or objects in traffic lanes).
APRR’s teams also implement an ambitious sustainable development policy aimed at optimising the network’s integration into its surrounding areas.
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OCCUPATIONS IN CUSTOMER RELATIONS

OCCUPATIONS IN CUSTOMER RELATIONS

The Group is resolutely committed to serving its customers. APRR personnel ensure customers’ satisfaction by offering them a range of suitable services to meet their needs, including excellent reception and pertinent information, developing innovations and organising sales campaigns. 
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OCCUPATIONS IN MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FUNCTIONS

OCCUPATIONS IN MANAGEMENT SUPPORT FUNCTIONS

Personnel in management support posts have the role of managing and assisting operational teams in their day-to-day tasks.
 

Their duties entail supervising teams, passing on information and objectives, and organising and monitoring activities. They must also provide APRR employees with the possibility of enhancing their skills and any assistance they require.
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