Working at XRCE
Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) is a young, dynamic research organization, which creates innovative technologies to support growth in Xerox business process outsourcing and document management services businesses.
Our domains of research stretch from the social sciences to computer science. We have renowned expertise in machine learning, natural language processing, computer vision, ethnography and services computing.
XRCE is part of the Xerox Innovation Group made up of 650 researchers and engineers in five world-renowned research and technology centres. Our goal is to make Xerox a great place to work. Through a comprehensive set of employee-focused initiatives, we promote diversity by nurturing a culture of inclusion and opportunity, and through measurable actions.
The Grenoble site is set in a park in the heart of the French Alps in a stunning location only a few kilometers from the city centre. The city of Grenoble has a large scientific community made up of national research institutes (CNRS, Universities, INRIA) and private industries. Stimulated also by the presence of a large student community, Grenoble has become a resolutely modern city, with a rich heritage and a vibrant cultural scene. It is a lively and cosmopolitan place, offering a host of leisure opportunities. Winter sports resorts just half an hour from campus and three natural parks at the city limits make running, skiing, trekking, climbing and paragliding easily available. Grenoble is close to both the Swiss and Italian borders.
Xerox complies with Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) guidelines. Xerox does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religious belief, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, union status, sexual orientation, gender identity or individuals with a disability. Our main building is compliant with the AGEFIPH standards for disabled access.
AEPI, the Grenoble-Isere Economic Development Agency: "Grenoble-Isere, the place to innovate, where the only limit is your imagination."