Working at Air France does not just involve air and ground operational roles: there is also a whole range of support functions, either cross-discipline or within the various divisions, that contribute to the airline's management and ensure its smooth running by helping to improve the Group's performances.
The support functions include Marketing, Communications, Legal, Human Resources, Purchasing, Economy and Finance and Quality, Safety and Environment.
As an employment law specialist, your role is to contribute to the airline's legal certainty. Your role may involve consulting or litigation activities:
When providing consulting, you will be ensuring the legal certainty of the Human Resources field to which you are assigned. When working on litigation activities, you will be involved in managing the airline's labour litigation (industrial tribunal, union, criminal). Within the Labour Litigation department, you will use your expertise to define and implement, in liaison with Air France lawyers, a legal position and a judicial strategy in keeping with the airline's interests. Your considerations will include an analysis of the business and labour consequences of your decisions.
This role is performed within the Labour Litigation department if you are on a work-study contract.
With a Master 2 degree in employment law, your goal is to work in a demanding labour environment in a corporate setting.
Your role is to strengthen the Air France brand in the French and international media (written press, radio, television); to achieve this, you will relay and handle the promotion of information communicated by Air France in a dynamic and reliable manner.
You will ensure that the airline's Communication Plan is applied and that journalists correctly understand the messages conveyed. You will accompany the Air France Group's directors during interviews with the media and site visits, coordinate the preparation of press conferences and create media interest in each of Air France's events. You will establish close relationships with the press through proactive, original and responsive communications.
Baccalaureate plus 3 years' higher education, degree in information and communication.