Our business school is looking for committed and innovative people!
Rennes School of Business is committed to an approach which aims to develop and maintain sustainable and high-quality work for its employees and students.
In our view, quality sustainable work means work with high added value that respects your health and the environment by using just the resources needed – no more, no less.
Our management school is organised into expertise-based circles, schedule-based circles and project-based circles. Our organisation continually adapts to the VUCA world in which we operate (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous). That is why each individual, whatever their profession, has the opportunity to take part in projects, display their talents and develop, while working towards our school’s shared goal.
We are looking for committed and innovative people who take the job seriously – but don’t take themselves too seriously! As well as training and professional experience, we are interested in everything that makes an individual who they are, including their interpersonal skills, team spirit, involvement in their community, personal plans and everything that gets their juices flowing!
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Mutual trust is the driver for everyone’s role. Depending on departments’ business and each individual’s performance:
“Rennes School of Business has given me the opportunity to progress in my role and develop within my department by guiding me towards new responsibilities.
I was hired as an admissions officer in 2013 and I’m now joining the Executive Board after several promotions which have led me to my current role as school development director.
During my in-house management training course, I acquired new knowledge and learnt new methods that gave me a comprehensive understanding of our profession. Some sessions, such as the Nouvelles Oratrices course which trains women in public speaking, have boosted my self-belief, enabling me to give it my all and develop my career.
I’d advise everyone to be proactive, have confidence in their abilities, take on board new ideas and show their commitment by looking to go beyond their role description to help their department work more innovatively so that, ultimately, they will naturally progress in their careers.
As a manager, I always keep in mind that supporting your staff’s development and not considering yourself irreplaceable are essential if we are to enable everyone to upgrade their role and develop their career.”
Stéphanie Hiaumet, Senior Director, Development
Our school’s DNA is rooted in multiculturalism, so the diversity of its staff is considered a real asset. Different backgrounds, nationalities and cultures are embraced as part of the school.
The school has developed an action plan with the following areas for development:
1. Reflect on job ads and the language used in them.
2. Start with an equal balance of male and female shortlisted candidates.
3. Monitor processes using gender indicators.
4. Raise awareness among managers and people in charge of recruitment.
Encourage people to acquire knowledge and hard and soft skills as part of our equitable skills development.
Develop the number of women in higher-ranking positions. Ensure fairness at all levels of the school.
Ensure raises and promotions are distributed equitably every year.
Ensure employees returning from family-related leave are paid general (average) raises and contractual/target-related bonuses.
The Rennes School of Business campus offers a dedicated and friendly working and living environment. This exceptional setting is just a stone’s throw from the city centre. It is open six days a week, and the Business School’s four buildings are fully adapted to students’ educational requirements. Rennes is a city on the move in the heart of Brittany!
Rennes SB offers a range of training courses in the heart of Paris. This space brings together students, graduates and professionals in a campus dedicated to dialogue, new encounters and learning.
We have been involved in corporate social responsibility and sustainable development projects for several years and are implementing a sustainable approach to all our work. We have a team specifically dedicated to helping the school transition both environmentally and socially.
Projects underway include the following:
As soon as your employment contract is signed, your induction gets underway so it is easier for you to start your role from day one.
Administrative and HR procedures are carried out via our HRIS platform prior to your arrival.
On your first day, you will be welcomed by your manager, who is there to support you in your new work environment and team for as long as you need to get to grips with your role.
You will also have a meeting with HR to complete your employee records and get answers to all your questions.
Apply for our jobs:
As part ot the replacement of an employee who has benefited from internal mobility, the Executive Education department of Rennes SB is currently recruiting an EMBA recruitment manager.
> See the role description >> Apply by mail
To craft and execute a digital strategy in alignment with the school’s objectives and educational goals and optimise both the student experience and our operational procedures.
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Reporting to the French Development Manager, your mission will be to support the team in ensuring
the success of the school’s promotional activities. There are three types of promotional events:
In close collaboration with the academic departments and the Program Directorate, the manager of the planning and exams team plays an essential role within Rennes School of Business. He/she is responsible for the proper planning of courses, coordination and supervision of activities related to course planning and the organization of exams. >> See the role description >> Apply by mail