We attach particular importance to the training, support and recognition of the different professions that make up our activities as:

OPTICAL technician & engineer

ELECTRONIC technician & engineer

Engineer in PHYSICS

COMPUTER SCIENCES and SOFTWARE technician & engineer

PRODUCTION technician & engineer



The development of internal know-how guarantees the quality of our products and our after-sales service.

skills paysage


We are looking for a new colleague in our French office. If the following job offer interest you and you can think you are a good fit then don’t hesitate to Apply directly below with the Job Title as Subject of the message. You can also apply via LinkedIn, Indeed etc.

Innopsys is an equal opportunity employer.

All our job offers are fulfilled. Thank you.

If you share our values and skills, send us your application!

*Job offers updated, October 2023


    1. In a small and medium-sized enterprise (SME), it is easier to integrate.

    Please note that an SME can be a considerably large company (up to 250 employees), but compared to large anonymous corporations, it remains a “human-sized” structure where it is easier to integrate, get to know colleagues, and understand who does what.


    2. In an SME, your boss knows you.

    The advantage of working in an SME is that the hierarchical structure is much lighter than in a large corporation. You are more likely to cross paths with your boss, and there’s a good chance that he or she knows your name, or at least knows which department you work in and why you were hired.


    3. Working in an SME requires more versatility.

    The larger a company is, the more job segmentation exists. This means that each person has a well-defined task, and it is difficult to quickly acquire new responsibilities. On the other hand, in a smaller company, versatility is noticed and encouraged. Work methods are also more cross-functional, and departments are less isolated.


    4. An SME also provide benefits.

    Benefits such as meal vouchers, profit-sharing, and even health insurance are no longer limited to large companies. Many SMEs rely on these additional benefits to attract candidates and compensate for slightly lower starting salaries compared to large companies.


    5. An SME take care of their young graduates.

    When an SME hires a young graduate, it makes a bet and an investment in the future. The company does not want their young recruit to leave after six months of training. They will do everything to retain you and will likely take good care of you.


    6. Direct involvement in the company’s project.

    In an SME, you can directly see the effects of your work on the company’s project. The smaller size also means that the listening and management styles are slightly different. You probably have more say in the company’s strategy.


    7. SMEs account for 85% of job creation.

    While large companies do hire in large numbers, when you look at net job creation in Europe, it is SMEs that are responsible for 85% of it. Between 2002 and 2010, 85% of job creation was carried out by small and medium-sized enterprises. Undoubtedly, the strongest argument to convince you of the appeal of SMEs!