Roles and tasks of the social integration officer

A social integration officer is a professional who provides support for people experiencing social, cultural and economic difficulties. These people may have a criminal record or a history of social exclusion. The main roles and tasks of a Social Integration Officer are as follows:

Identify the difficulties faced by the people they support (housing, employment, training, health, etc.) and draw up a personalised diagnosis.

Prepare an action plan tailored to each individual.

Develop and implement individual and group projects (bridging classes, training courses, work contracts, etc.).

Set up information, prevention and awareness-raising initiatives for the people we support.

Develop partnerships with socio-economic players and associations to facilitate the integration process.

Supporting people throughout their journey with personalised monitoring and regular updates.

Establish links with the relevant authorities and services (CAF, Pôle emploi, etc.).

Evaluate the impact of the actions undertaken and assess each project.

Adapting and developing initiatives in line with the needs of the people we support.

In short, the role of the Social Integration Officer is to help people integrate into society on a long-term basis, by offering them solutions and schemes tailored to their needs.

Salary and career development for social inclusion officers

The salary of a social integration officer is generally between the minimum wage and the social security ceiling. The gross annual salary may vary depending on the number of years' experience:

0 to 2 years: between €15,000 and €20,000 gross per year

2 to 5 years: between €20,000 and €25,000 gross per year

5 to 10 years: between €25,000 and €35,000 gross per annum

10 to 15 years: between €35,000 and €45,000 gross per annum

More than 15 years: more than 45,000 euros gross per year

With a view to career development, a social integration officer could move into a number of different professions, such as :

Social project manager

Specialised educator

Social service assistant

Social project assistant

Advantages and disadvantages of Chargé d'insertion social / social inclusion officer


Intellectual stimulation: this job involves interacting and working with different people and issues, which allows you to put your skills to the test.

Flexible working: depending on your circumstances, you may be able to find a part-time position, which can be very practical for people with family and/or other commitments.

Rewarding experience: helping people out of difficult situations and rebuilding their lives can be very rewarding and give you a sense of satisfaction.

Future prospects: this type of position offers interesting promotion and career opportunities.

Stimulating environment: this type of position offers a wide variety of experiences and enables you to work with people from different backgrounds.


Unpredictable working hours: because circumstances can change rapidly, availability and working hours can be unpredictable and subject to change.

Physical and mental stress: this type of job can be very stressful and emotionally taxing, requiring a high level of concentration and hard work.

Significant responsibilities: this type of job involves very significant responsibilities, with responsibility for making difficult decisions and helping others who depend on your work.

Lack of appreciation: this type of job may not receive as much appreciation or recognition as other areas of work.

Emotional risks: as social workers work with people in difficult situations, they may feel emotionally invested and find it difficult to maintain objectivity.

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