Numéro de l'offre : 120018V
Code Métier ROME : 32212
Intitulé du poste : INFOGRAPHISTE (ARTS GRAPHIQUES)
Type et nature du contrat : CONTRAT NOUVELLE EMBAUCHE / CONTRAT DE TRAVAIL
Compétences particulières :
- Exécution de graphismes, dessins, illustrations.
- Publication assistée par ordinateur (PAO).
- Palette graphique.
- Conditionnement, emballage.
- Signalétique, logotype.
- Multimédia (cédéroms, pages Internet...).
- Direction du projet.
- Suivi de la fabrication du produit.
- Négociation avec les clients.
Expérience : EXIGEE DE 2 A 3 ANS EN DESSIN:2D/3D,VECTORIEL; DREAMWEAVER
Formation et connaissances : CE PROFIL EST IDEAL,A VOIR SELON EXP PRATIQUE P.A.O. EXIGE(E) PRATIQ. TRAIT.TEXTES EXIGE(E) PRATIQUE TABLEUR EXIGE(E)
Lieu de travail : 33 - BORDEAUX
Salaire indicatif : 1136,36 E NET AU DEMARRAGE
Déplacements : NON
Horaires : 39H00 HEBDO EVOLUTION SELON COMPETENCES
This ad is not for a mickey mouse job wearing a clown suit at a theme park, and there is high level of technical skill with 2 to 3 years of experience being demanded here:
This job requires that you are an accomplished 3d Designer (3d Studio Max is NOT windows Paint), a practiced Graphic Designer (Photoshop and Illustrator - not for mere amateurs), a consumate Webmaster (Dreamweaver, Flash & PHP MySQL), a MultiMedia specialist (Director of course), fluent with Microsoft Office and the cherry on the top is the requirement for previous experience in textile embroidery?!? WTF!
This is not a job offer, this is a wishlist. Especially when the salary on offer is the princely sum of E 1136,36 nett per month. That is the equivalent of the French minimum wage (or SMIC as it is know) and you will get the same if not more for wearing a clown suit at Eurodisney in Paris. For a monthly salary I find that disgusting for the skill level demanded. This offer is for a highly specialised position that can't easily be outsourced (there aren't enough French speakers in India) nor filled by an unskilled immigrant.
But what is truly horric is that this is a CNE or Contrat Nouvelle Embauche (Contract for a New Hire) which is available to companies of less than 20 employees, and like the CPE, the employee can be terminated for no reason during the first 2 years of employment. I know from experience that this kind of company is going to expect a lot more time from it's employees than the stated 39 hours a week, but no matter what you put into the job, the boss can turn around and say cheers just because he is having a bad hair day. And bad hair days are common amongst French bosses.
We all have a right to job security and a fair reason for dismissal. A 3 month trial period is fair - once you have proven yourself on the job, you should be able to go work secure in the knowledge that you participating in a two-way exchange where you are fairly rewarded for your labour and you can't be arbitrarily dismissed. Under the CNE you can be sacked after 23 months and there is nothing stopping the employer from placing this exact same job offer once again - give or take a rise in the minimum wage.
There is anger on the streets of France today and its not going to disappear over night. The anger has been mounting since the No vote to the European Constitution and the November Riots. The issues are deeply rooted but the current government can't deal with them; Jacques is in lame duck mode, Dominique is about to walk the edge of the political abyss, Sarko is rubbing his hands in glee and the whole house of cards is in the balamce.
What really needs to happen is an end to globalisation, in that all workers around world and particularly in South East Asia are afforded the same job protections and that wages are normalised to the degree that it is not any cheaper to make a pair of Nikes in Vietnam than in the Val d'Oise. I'm willing to bet that the job offer above is for a company in the textile trade and that not one single item that is designed is actually produced in France.
This is not something that just affects France, it is a global problem and its needs a global solution. If governments don't wake up and inhale deeply from their espressos, rioting students will be the least of their problems.