Nothing marked me out for a career in IT... especially after studying at the Sorbonne to become a philosophy teacher. But I was keen to start working, so I switched to a co-op program to become a Quality and Environment Assistant. That’s how I arrived at NEURONES’ Training entity to do an internship.
The director gave me the task of updating the catalog of training courses and redesigning the company’s graphic identity. One month later, he offered me a job. I was thrilled! The following year, I was placed in charge of the inter- enterprise training offering and resources, then, after maternity leave, I was in charge of intra-enterprise training courses. I was entrusted with a succession of new assignments. I became operations manager in 2002, then training team manager five years later. My responsibilities are very varied and intellectually stimulating, and I really enjoy my job: I manage the training offering, internal and external resources, production, trainer supervision, relations with editors and partners, referencing, etc. I’m still learning every day.
One of NEURONES’ biggest strong points is that it gives its employees the possibility of progressing. If you have skills and want to put them to use, you’re given the means to undertake assignments commensurate with your talents. The future? I see my future filled with opportunities, new paths to explore and challenges to take up in a market that knows no bounds.