APL Internship/Apprenticeship - HR - School Relations (M/F) in Marseille, France
CMA CGM, founded by Jacques R. Saadé, is a leading worldwide shipping group. Its 449 vessels call more than 420 ports in the world on all 5 continents. In 2016, they carried 15.6 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units).
Now headed by Rodolphe Saadé, CMA CGM enjoys a continuous growth and keeps innovating to offer its customers new maritime, terrestrial, and logistical solutions.
With a presence in 160 countries and through its 600 agencies network, the Group employs 29,000 people worldwide, including 2,400 in its headquarters in Marseilles.
You integrate the Human Resources Department of the headquarters of CMA CGM in Marseilles and support actively the School Relations & Partnerships team in its daily missions.
In this context you participate in the whole recruitment process of trainees on the following missions:
• Drafting of the internship description sheets in English and French
• Publication of the job offers on our website and the various job boards
• Screening of resumes and answers to candidates
• Conducting telephone interviews and participation in face-to-face interviews
You are also responsible for managing the dossiers of candidates (internship agreement, follow up in our HRIS etc.), integration on the first day and follow up throughout their mission.
Finally you participate in the organization of partnership activities and take care of the logistics of school job fairs (registration, equipment, communication, monitoring applications).
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Currently in a Master specialized in Human Resources or General Management, you have already completed an internship, ideally in HR, which allowed you to prove your independence, rigor and your reactivity.
You have good relational skills, and are thus able to establish close relationships with your daily contacts in an international environment.
You are fluent in French and English and master computer tools and especially Excel and Power Point.
Come along on CMA CGM’s adventure