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Embark on a career with great prospects

New graduates

Lesaffre has been true to its family values for the past 160 years, with a mission to welcome, train and develop its staff. We give special attention to our junior team members’ development and fulfillment. Our long-term investment in our teams means we work together to build future-oriented career plans that are open to geographic and functional mobility, both nationally and internationally.

A structuring company and talent developer

VideoAs a breeding ground for our future talent, experts and managers, Lesaffre is strongly committed to the recent graduates it employs. Our welcome, mentoring and training programs allow you to immerse yourself in our culture, our business activities and our group’s organization. These programs are major assets that will enable you to prove yourself quickly and express your full potential.

Guidance designed to empower you

Depending on their level of personal involvement and aspirations, each new hire has possibilities for growth within our group. At each stage in your career path, you will receive personalized support and appropriate training. Our objectives: to stimulate your entrepreneurial nature and strengthen your area of expertise and your collaborative and networking abilities. This then gives you the opportunity to quickly take on responsibilities toward our clients and our teams and to actively contribute to our reputation of excellence.

Opportunities at an international group with strong growth potential

Does the idea of an international experience appeal to you? Let the scale of our operations and the diversity of our subsidiaries worldwide serve as a springboard to enrich your professional knowledge in a multicultural environment.
Each year, we offer many international corporate volunteer (ICV) programs that give our employees the chance to take an active role in our expansion into new markets over the course of a 12- to 24-month assignment.