At UniLaSalle, each employee plays a major role and participates fully, whatever their function, in the educational project. In full growth, we are regularly looking for new talent to help our project grow.
Give meaning to your career!
By joining UniLaSalle, you are integrating a structure entirely dedicated to the transmission of knowledge and education. Higher education, professional training, research and development, transfer... All these skills are at the service of young people, professionals and companies, making our campuses actors of the economic development of the territories.
UniLaSalle is an engineering school...
t UniLaSalle, each employee participates in a common objective: to accompany the young people entrusted to us towards professional life and help them find their way.
Our teams are attentive and personalized to each of our students, in the follow-up of their schooling, in helping them organize events, in paying attention to their possible difficulties. They all have the objective of accompanying students on the intellectual, emotional, social and moral levels. These are universal values shared by all Lasallian establishments throughout the world.
We are committed to welcoming young people from all walks of life. With our own foundation, we offer financial aid in the form of scholarships or honorary loans that complement the state measures. We are also a reference institution for the reception of students with disabilities, thanks to personalized support and the implementation of systems that allow us to adapt to each person's disability.
As a higher education institution in life, earth and environmental sciences, we place sustainable development at the heart of our identity and as an objective of our strategic plan. We want to be exemplary in reducing the ecological footprint of our campuses.
Our sustainable development policy is based on 5 priority areas:
- campus environmental management
- social policy.
Its main ambition is to train future decision-makers who master the issues and skills for sustainable development (as defined by UNESCO) and to conduct research projects that meet the objectives adopted by the UN in 2015 (SDO).
Active member of Committee 21 and REFEDD (student network for sustainable development)
- Committed to the 2030 agenda
- 100% of engineering students complete a 3-month project on a sustainable development issue.
- Integration week includes an environmental project
- 100 hours of volunteer work carried out in the local / territorial fabric thanks to the "Innovate - Undertake - Serve" program.
For more information, please visit our page dedicated to sustainable development.
Internationality is in UniLaSalle's DNA. One of the founding principles of the La Salle network, to which we belong, is "together and by association". Our collaborators work "together" in pursuit of a common goal, and "in association" with Lasallian universities throughout the world, sharing experiences and helping each other.
By joining UniLaSalle, you will have the opportunity to feel the strength of this network and to enrich yourself with an international experience by spending a professional stay in one of the 70 Lasallian universities. Outside the La Salle network, the Erasmus+ program also offers you the same opportunity in one of our partner universities.
Recent years have been marked by several mergers and a significant increase in the number of students and employees. This strong development has made UniLaSalle one of the major centers of higher education and research in the earth, life and environmental sciences in France. Today, we are continuing our efforts to broaden our fields of expertise and become a polytechnic school.
This growth will provide you with opportunities for advancement in your position and even geographical mobility between our campuses. At the same time, a training plan will allow you to increase your skills.
With a professional equality index between men and women of 98, we make it a point of honor to value the skills of each individual, without distinction of gender.
How to reach us
Come and discover our campuses, one of them may be your future workplace!
Established since 1968 on the edge of Beauvais, five minutes from the airport, with its 18 hectares, it is the largest of UniLaSalle's three campuses with 2100 students and 315 employees. It is connected to the city of Beauvais by a bus line.
This campus offers employees and students exceptional living and working conditions: wooded landscape, fields of application, university restaurant, sports facilities are directly accessible on site. The site has been fully pedestrianized since 2018 and has housing, some of which is reserved exclusively for employees to facilitate their integration.
Focus on the city of Beauvais :
Beauvais is above all a city on a human scale that offers a good quality of life and a natural environment only an hour from Paris. Its airport provides very attractively priced services to some sixty destinations.
The city offers a wide range of sports and cultural activities and events thanks to a dense network of clubs and associations. Among these events, you can find Les Ovalies, a sports event organized by our students from Beauvais.
To learn more about the city of Beauvais, we invite you to consult the following link: http://www.beauvais.fr/.
Inaugurated in 2008, the Rouen campus is located in Mont-Saint-Aignan, 15 minutes by bus from the historic center of Rouen. Formerly known as ESITPA, the campus will take the name UniLaSalle as of January 2016. Today it welcomes more than 600 students, 10% of whom are international students representing 23 different nationalities, and 80 employees.
Among its training programs, this institution offers the I-safe program (International Sustainable Agri-Business & Food Engineering). It is a course taught entirely in English, and leads to an engineering degree. The campus also offers other courses in English such as the Master of Science "Urban agriculture & Green cities" and "Agricultural & Food Data Management". To support this international dynamic, the Rouen site can count on its teaching staff, which includes a dozen nationalities, as well as three research units and its research chairs "Agro-resources and Biosourced Materials Normandy" and "Alliance Agri Avenir".
The school is a member of the CESAR network - Conference of Higher Education of the Greater Rouen Area - and of the Normandie Tech association, which brings together the 13 engineering schools of the Normandy region and the Normandy School of Architecture.
Focus on the city of Rouen :
Rouen offers a large number of activities related to art and culture. Its numerous museums, historical monuments and theaters make Rouen's cultural offer one of the most developed in France. The city center also offers a recognized architecture, but also many green spaces in the city, as well as "nature" activities such as the Rollet peninsula and the Boucles de la Seine Regional Natural Park. Through its port activities, Rouen is also a city open to the world, which will seduce you with its lively streets.
Would you like to know more about the city? We invite you to consult the following link: https://rouen.fr/
The Rennes site is located in the heart of the Ker Lann campus, in a privileged environment, offering an academic (16 educational establishments, 6,000 students) and economic (60 companies, 2,000 employees) environment in a natural area and well served by public transport (train, bus and close to the airport). The Ker Lann campus offers all practical services for students: accommodation, catering, sports. An SNCF train station and several bus stops put the campus just a few minutes from downtown Rennes.
The school itself has 420 students and 35 employees. Formerly the Ecole des Métiers de l'Environnement (EME), it joined UniLaSalle in 2018. It offers 4 courses: environmental engineering, bachelor's degree "environmental coordinator", specialized master's degree in circular economy and Master of Science "sustainable management and eco-innovation", jointly conducted with Rennes School of Business.
Focus on the city of Rennes :
Rennes is often referred to as one of the best cities in France and Europe to live and work in. Invested in ecology and preservation of the environment, the city has adopted an original urban planning organization around the concept of an archipelagic city that offers many natural agricultural areas within the metropolitan territory. As France's 8th largest center of higher education, Rennes is home to more than 70,000 students and 6,000 teaching and research staff, 17% of whom are international.
To learn more about the city of Rennes, we invite you to visit the following link: https://metropole.rennes.fr/.
Inaugurated in 1995 under the name ESIEE Amiens, the campus is located on the banks of the Somme and is distinguished by its original architecture. Since 1 October 2020, it has joined the UniLaSalle group and has 650 students and 44 employees.
The merger of these two establishments will form a polytechnic engineering school, positioned both on industrial themes of the future (energy, digital) and on Earth, life and environmental sciences. The site currently offers 4 specializations: "Energy and Intelligent Buildings", "Computer Networks and Connected Objects", "Automated Production and Connected Factory" and "Electrical Energy and Sustainable Development".
Focus on the city of Amiens :
Historical capital of Picardy and nicknamed "the little Venice of the North" because of its canals, Amiens offers a rich cultural and historical heritage. You will be able to discover the Notre-Dame Cathedral, while tasting a typical Amiens macaroon made of marzipan and honey. Extremely well located, the city benefits from a node of communication axes between the North of France and the Ile-de-France, but also towards Normandy and the Picardy coast.
Would you like to know more about the city? We invite you to consult the following link: https://www.amiens.fr/.
Our recruitment process
You are interested in one of our positions and wish to join our teams? To apply, you will find a contact at the bottom of each offer to send your application to the recruitment department.
As soon as we receive your application, our recruiters will examine it with the utmost attention. If your profile corresponds to the expectations of the position, we will offer you a first telephone interview.
If the telephone interview is conclusive, you will be invited to come to one of our campuses to talk to our teams in charge of the recruitment process.
Our Recruitment FAQs
As soon as you send your application, you will receive a confirmation of receipt by email. Our recruitment department will reply within 3 weeks to inform you of the outcome.
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The telephone exchange allows our recruiters to understand your expectations of the position and your career plan. Questions relating to your availability, your salary expectations may be asked.
In the continuity of the telephone exchange, the recruitment officer will deepen your expectations and motivations during the physical interview. For the manager, this is the opportunity to assess your technical skills.
Yes, depending on the position and its requirements. You will be notified in advance of the tests that will be set up, they will be there to assess your professional skills.
For example, candidates for the position of teacher-researcher will systematically have a simulated course to complete. This will take place in front of a mixed jury composed of experts on the subject under discussion, as well as pedagogical professionals.
The length of this process can vary depending on the type of position and the site, but we try to complete it in two to three months.
Of course, it also depends on you. To help us ensure that the process is efficient and smooth, we ask that you respond to our requests as soon as possible.
In the agro-equipment sector, the challenges are numerous. UniLaSalle is committed to the agriculture of tomorrow, listening to the field and the professional sectors. I am proud to be able to participate through my position at the interface between industrial leaders, cutting-edge research and teaching.
Coming from the business world, I was not initially trained as a teacher. With the support of UniLaSalle, I have acquired innovative teaching methods and I am today fully fulfilled in my functions!
Thanks to the support and guidance of my manager, I have been able to improve my skills and move towards a more technical job that I enjoy.
Joining UniLaSalle means having a pedagogical support unit focused on accompanying teachers, developing innovative solutions and supporting the learning of future engineers. Our Unit offers a training course "Teaching in Higher Education" for new teachers, a biennial pedagogical conference and a whole set of support tools that can be used on a daily basis, because tomorrow is being built every day.