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6 reasons to join Armor*

In full development, Armor* is a company that provides its employees with a particularly attractive career path.
  • A human resources policy rewarded
    Certified Top Employers Europe in 2014 and Top Employers France in 2014, the company provides exemplary working conditions for its employees.
    A leader in human resources, talent development is the driving force behind our growth.
  • Careers with strong potential for development
    Joining Armor* allows you to benefit from the advantages of a major international group. The developments, whether functional or geographical are multiple.
  • Well-Being at Work
    Joining Armor* allows you to benefit from the advantages of a major international group. The developments, whether functional or geographical are multiple.
  • Training, Promotion and Development
    The company’s success depends upon the motivation of its employees. That's why Armor conducts an active policy for learning, mentoring and training.
    The skills training, internal promotions, mobility between subsidiaries, are some of the things which allow each employee to fulfill their career plans.
  • Work in Complete Safety
    With the project "Safety is My Business”, since 2009 that group has worked hard to educate all staff about safety. Training, poster campaigns, establishment of posts dedicated to safety... For 4 years, more than 100 accidents per year have been avoided!
    Each year the National Safety Week is held and performed in all plants.
  • A Unified Group
    The French site locations of the company participate in the Solidarity Rounding Program.
    Each employee can choose to support entrepreneurs by deducting pennies from their pay slips. This project is conducted in collaboration with 2 Humanitarian associations, Planet finance and Adie.
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The Quality of everyday life

For Armor*, the well-being of employees is imperative: the group is fortunate to be located in a particularly pleasant area daily. A balance between town and country is the winning formula for the development of each.

D-Day landing beaches

Mont Saint-Michel

Saint-Malo

Rennes

Nantes

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Integration, internal promotion and training as keys to management

Savencia SA is built around a culture that focuses on basic human values ​​and the principles of autonomy and responsibility. From the beginning, Savencia SA has formed a group of subsidiaries on a human scale, such as the Armor* activity entities, which draws inspiration every day.

Some illustrative examples:

  • Each year, dozens of workers from the group have the opportunity to follow a professional certification program.
  • Every 3 years, the Bongrain Academy also provides the opportunity to refresh their business knowledge and perpetuate their expertise.
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  • Our employees talk about it

    Helen G., you came to Armor about a year ago, can you tell us about your integration into the company?

    I had the chance to arrive in mid-July, a time when the activity is a bit less intense than the rest of the year. So my new colleagues were able to organize themselves in order to spend time with me and train me. Milk cracking is a highly technical field. The integration period always goes through a training phase and I really appreciated the availability of my colleagues to communicate their knowledge to me. I was also able to visit the plants which allowed me to have a real idea of the industrial technologies and tools. These visits were organized by people who have been working there for years. I found it really nice to be able to benefit from their experience and have a little history of each plant. It is important to put things in their context.
  • Our employees talk about it

    There is another factor that has greatly contributed to my integration: the carpooling!

    I live in Rennes, located about 50 km from my workplace which makes for a significant daily commute. In order to preserve the planet and to save money, we organize carpooling with colleagues. It’s also a good way to get to know people who we don’t necessarily see every day.
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    Audrey K., a research and development engineer at Armor, talks about the training at Bongrain Academy Can you explain to me your profession as a research and development engineer?

    My work includes various assignments and is organized around different projects that I manage. I carry out trials on a pilot (in laboratory and "miniature factories" also known as pilot plants) and on an industrial scale. I analyze the test results and give my support to the industrial teams in production. I also regularly follow technology and watch the competition in order to be constantly informed of the news in the various areas related to my profession.
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    You have completed the training at the Bongrain Academy. Can you tell us more about this training? How long is the training? What have you learned?

    The training aims to update and refresh the knowledge of the profession and to perpetuate know-how in order to improve individual performance in real operational situations. The training is composed of three parts covering a period of approximately three years. The first part of the training is focused on the scientific fundamentals (microbiology, biochemistry of milk and dairy products, processes, etc.) supervised by teacher-researchers. The second part is composed of different modules of industrial methods with concrete case studies and feedback from the participants. The last part of the training is an individual module in which each participant must present a topic related to the training and a specific project. The training concludes with a thesis and then graduation.
    Through this training, I have gained a lot of knowledge in the technical and industrial field of milk. In particular, I come away from the training with in-depth knowledge in cheese-making technologies and microbiology.
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    Why did you choose the training at the Bongrain Academy? What are the advantages for you?

    I wanted to go to the Bongrain Academy in order to enrich my scientific and technical knowledge. This training also allowed me to meet colleagues working in other factories on other topics. I learned a lot from our interactions, and now I know more about the people working in my company. This makes communication and team work easier.
  • Our employees talk about it

    David F., the Armor HRD talks about a very important subject for him: safety. Each year you participate in the second "World Week for Workplace Health and Safety", organized in all the subsidiaries of the Soparind Bongrain Group, as part of the priority project of the Group called "Safety is my Business!''. Why?

    The goal of the Global Safety Week is to promote our knowledge about safety, inviting all the teams to participate in activities on the site. The aim of this approach is to improve well-being at work and the search for professional fulfillment of the staff. This is an opportunity to address safety from various angles and allow to educate the staff about the work-related risks. We also try to expand the field of prevention by communicating about road hazards or domestic accidents.
  • Our employees talk about it

    Exactly what is a "World Week for Workplace Health and Safety" at Armor?

    This is a week during which various workshops are set up for the staff. We involve experts who come to share their experience. For example, for a prevention workshop about road hazards, we invite the police. We also organized introductions to the use of the defibrillator and fire extinguishers with firemen. We ensure that the proposed activities are very practical and concrete. In order to reduce risk, whether at work, in the car or at home, we must change our behaviors and adapt new ones. By putting people in simulated situations, it helps to acquire the right actions.
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    And throughout the year, how is safety handled at ARMOR?

    Safety is supported by the health & safety manager. This person is responsible for the safety policy coordination and monitoring of the site by meeting with the Regulations, Standards and recommendations in order to improve the prevention, behaviors and work conditions within the company. He/She identifies the risks related to health, safety, and hygiene in order to carry out preventive and corrective actions. He/She participates in the Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committee and organizes safety audits.
    In addition, in each department at least one person is trained in first aid. This skill is clearly displayed on his/her shirt and made available in the phone number list.
  • Hélène G.
    Brand Manager Armor Protéines
  • Hélène G.
    Brand Manager Armor Protéines
  • Audrey K.
    Research and development engineer at Armor
  • Audrey K.
    Research and development engineer at Armor
  • Audrey K.
    Research and development engineer at Armor
  • David F.
    the Armor HRD
  • David F.
    the Armor HRD
  • David F.
    the Armor HRD

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