We have a passion for Higher Education, pedagogical innovation, production and transmission of knowledge and we have at heart to work as a team, in a rich and stimulating environment focusing on a genuine offer of values for our learners.
Join an engaged and passionate team
All EM Normandie collaborators are engaged in the same mission: To train managers for tomorrow’s world. Women and men showing initiative, prepared to lead change and project management, open to cross-cultural management and aware of Corporate Social Responsibility.
This School offers you the opportunity to operate in an international environment on its 5 campuses in France, the UK, and Ireland. These campuses are multicultural environments thanks to the many nationalities at the School, as well as places for exchange to work in, where 410 team members including 105 full-time Faculty members meet, men and women with a variety of rich personalities, careers and expertise.
Before your arrival to the School, a HR correspondent will contact you to build up your integration file. On D-day, you will be welcome by your manager who will take you for a visit of the campus you are assigned to and to introduce you to your team before you take up your position.
EM Normandie is attentive to the well-being at work for its employees and collaborators by offering many benefits:
- Luncheon Vouchers (€ 9.50 per working day),
- 6-week paid holiday + RTT (extra compensation days),
- Work from home depending on positions,
- Quality Additional Mutual Society Health Plan,
- Insurance, Additional Pension Scheme after 1 year of seniority,
- Statutory ‘Right to Disconnect’, etc.
The CSE (Works Committee) offers many sports, social and cultural opportunities and activities at preferential rates.
The School makes a point to preserve caring at work and respect of core values as a basis for team management. Attentive to its collaborators’ aspirations, EM Normandie supports dialogue with Executive Management, the managers and the HR and CSR teams to contribute to the fulfilment of all and everyone, a prior condition for success in the collective mission.
Professional Career Evolution and Mobility
EM Normandie considers its employees as the vectors for its success. It encourages their mobility, both internal and/or geographical across its campuses to bring dynamism to everyone’s career path.
EM Normandie is determined to raise the competencies of its collaborators. To achieve this, the HR Service draws up every year a Competency Development Plan based on the specific needs identified for its employees according to the School’s strategic plans and their requests expressed during the annual evaluation interviews.
Would you like to apply for a position as a lecturer?
Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Assistant / Associate Professors
- Head of Law, Finance & Control Department
- Head of Supply Chain Management and Decision Science Department
- Academic Director of a graduate program in Marketing & Sales Strategy (Le Havre)
- Academic Director of a graduate program in Digital Sales (Dublin)
- Academic Director of a graduate program in Digital Entrepreneurship (Caen)
Would you like to apply for a position as an external academic or professional speaker?
Create your account and upload your CV on the www.yourlecturer.com platform.
EM Normandy will then receive a notification of your application to which it will respond. If your application is accepted, you will then be registered in the school's CV database.
Gender equality index
Within the framework of the law "For the freedom to choose your professional future", EM Normandie publishes its 2020 gender equality index which is the result of a calculation on the following 5 indicators:
- Gender pay gap
- Difference in the distribution of individual salary increases
- Difference in the distribution of promotions
- Number of employees salary increase upon their return from maternity leave
- Number of under-represented gender in the top 10 highest earnings
On a maximum scale of 100 points, EM Normandie obtains the score of 79/100, already placing it above the objectives set at 3 years by the French Ministry of Labour.
The index in details:
|Indicators||Catégories||Score EM Normandie|
|Indicateur 1 / 40 points||Gender pay gap||34|
|Indicateur 2 / 20 points||Difference in the distribution of individual salary increases||20|
|Indicateur 3 / 15 points||Difference in the distribution of promotions||15|
|Indicateur 4 / 15 points||Number of employees salary increase upon their return from maternity leave||0|
|Indicateur 5 / 10 points||Number of under-represented gender in the top 10 highest earnings||10|
|Total / 100 points||79|