Growing together

Career and training at GLS

You want to work for a dynamic and growing company. Then join GLS, one of Europe’s leading parcel and express service providers. Our employees are our potential. Our potential is you. Discover wide-ranging job opportunities in logistics and look forward to a career with many advantages.

  • Constructive teamwork
  • High development potential
  • International projects
  • Attractive prospects
  • Further internal training opportunities
GLS jobs for professionals

Logistics jobs for professionals

As a strong company in a continuously growing industry, we offer attractive career opportunities to experienced professionals. You will work in an international environment and be given responsibility. You will shape the future. At GLS you can look forward to challenging positions and enticing job prospects.

Apprenticeships at GLS

Logistics jobs for trainees and graduates

You just completed your apprenticeship or degree – then it’s time to put that knowledge into practice. Look forward to new and interesting challenges in a dynamic company. With a targeted induction and individual training, we ensure you career gets off to a good start with promotion prospects.

One of the best employers

One of the best employers in France

GLS France has been awarded the "Best Employer" label in the transport and logistics industry by the business magazine Capital. This study was carried out anonymously by the Statista Institute with a panel of 20,000 employees, all from a logistics company with more than 500 employees. GLS reached eleventh place in 2017.

Gender Equality Index

Because GLS France is committed to professional equality matters, our company is stepping up its efforts to promote equality between women and men within an activity sector which has always been inherently masculine.

GLS France obtains, for the year 2018, a score of 73 / 100 on the “Gender Equality Index”, a new system applicable from 1st March 2019.

GLS France will adjust its career management policy over the next 3 years, to reach the score of 75 points set by the French administration.