Navigation and accessibility help

Keyboard shortcuts or access keys

  • 0 Accessibility description (Keyboard shortcuts, navigation, etc.)
  • 1 Home
  • 2 Go to content
  • 3 Sitemap
  • 4 Search engine
  • 5 My account
  • 6 Online résumé
  • 8 Legal notices

  • Using the ACCESSKEYS or KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS, browse web pages using only the keyboard.
  • These key combinations have been set up to facilitate site navigation for many internet users
  • Key combinations, les will vary depending on your browser (Click link: : Openweb).


The optimum screen resolution for the website is 1024x768.

You can adjust the resolution of the site to your screen by zooming in:

For PC users

[Reduce page] = Ctrl and - (keypad)
[Enlarge page] = Ctrl and + (keypad)
[Return to the normal size of the page] = Ctrl and 0 (keypad)

For Mac users

[Reduce the page] = Press Cmd and - (numeric keypad)
[Enlarge the page] = Press Cmd and + (numeric keypad)
[Return to normal page size] = Press Cmd and 0 (numeric keypad)


(1) Site logo

Clicking on the logo at the top of each page will take you directly to the homepage

(2) Main links

Accessibility | Home | Sitemap | My account
Main links are the first navigational components found at the top of the page. They provide direct access to the site's main pages.

(3) Navigation help

  • In Main Menu = Go to content | Search | Site map
  • Top right = Go to bottom
  • Bottom right = Go up;

The main links are followed by navigational aids placed in the main menu, at the top and bottom right.
These links provide one-click access:
  • to thesearch engine = Searchlink
  • to the pagecontents = Contents link
  • to the sitemap = Sitemaplink

Search engine

The search engine is a multi-criteria full-text engine designed to search through job openings posted on the site. It allows a simple "full text" search, returning the most suitable job openings in relation to the words entered. It also allows a more sophisticated search using filters by clicking "More options".

Compatibility with browsers

This website conforms to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards. The purpose of this consortium is to formulate all international recommendations regarding computer languages used to produce Web pages (HTML, CSS style sheets, etc.) so as to exploit the full potential of the Web. As such, this site is optimized for use with the latest generation of browsers, although it can still be accessed with older browsers. We recommend that you use one of the following:

  • On Mac OS X: Opera, Safari, Mozilla Firefox
  • On Windows: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 6, Opera
  • On Linux: Mozilla Firefox, Opera