CESI, the French campus network of higher education and vocational training, has recently appointed Sebastien Fouquez as Director of Human Resources.
After a significant 20-year experience in the automotive industry with companies such as Valeo and Sogefi, Sébastien Fouquez joined the training sector by becoming CESI's Human Resources Director. Positioning itself as a true operational partner of the six regions that make up CESI, one of the main missions of Sébastien Fouquez will be to support the strategy with a harmonized and attractive HR policy based on the group's core values.
As a network of higher education and vocational training campuses, CESI pursues its societal mission by enabling students, alternates and employees to become actors in the transformation of businesses and society, thanks to its Schools of Engineering, Training School for Managers, and certification activity. CESI is the culture of excellence, social advancement and diversity. A pioneer in France in the field of active pedagogy and focused on innovation and technologies, CESI operates in all sectors of activity and trains the trades and skills of tomorrow in industry and services, the building of the city of the future. It also conducts research activities in his Digital Innovation Laboratory (LINEACT CESI).
Following his role in human resources management at the University of Assas, Sébastien Fouquez started his career in 1999 within the Valeo Group. In 2007, he held HR responsibilities in various Business Units. In 2015, Sébastien Fouquez was appointed HR Director of U-SHIN, a former Japanese subsidiary of Valeo, then of Sogefi, a company specializing in automotive equipment.
For nearly 20 years, Sébastien Fouquez has managed his activities in multi-site and technological industrial environments, on trades in transformation such as electronics, engine control and mechatronics. From the production operator to the experienced engineer, he has accompanied the various teams with as his watchwords his presence in the field and his desire to be part of continuous improvement.