L’Occitane has many retail opportunities open, but we’re going to skip over those and focus on their corporate jobs for new grads.

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Although L’Occitane has a tab for Men on their website, I must admit that I’ve never used their products. When it comes to fragrance, skin care, body & hands, bath & shower, hair care, etc. I’m more interested getting the job done than enjoying the experience. I know that there are plenty of men (and even more women) who have a very different philosophy when it comes to these types of products, so I imagine that working for L’Occitane would be a pretty cool thing for a lot of you.

L’Occitane en Provence

We didn’t want to try retelling a story that has already been told on L’Occitane’s website, so here’s an excerpt:

The story of L’OCCITANE begins in 1976, in the hills of Haute-Provence… a region of southern France that lies between the Alps and the Mediterranean. Here, Olivier Baussan, the founder of L’OCCITANE, was born. For over thirty years, the fields of Provence and the traditions and techniques of this unspoiled land have been the secret and inspiration behind his beauty products. Even today, all of our products are developed and produced here, in the small Provençal town of Manosque.

If you want to learn more about L’Occitane, you should take a look at their video collection on their website.

Jobs at L’Occitane (But Not in Provence)

My sister spent a summer taking college classes in provence, and she found the area to be incredible – definitely somewhere an adventurous new grad would want to take a job. Unfortunately, L’Occitane’s entry-level job offerings appear to be located in slightly less exotic locations than their tagline would make you think. L’Occitane has many retail opportunities open, but we’re going to skip over those and focus on their corporate jobs for new grads. The job that seems most suited to entry-level candidates is the Account Coordinator position. It says it requires 1 year of experience, but that usually means a new grad who had an internship would be acceptable. This position is located in New York and San Francisco. There’s also a Training Development job in NYC that looks like it would be awesome. It’s hard to tell if the job is well suited to new grads, but if you have experience creating training materials, this could be an awesome opportunity for you.

L’Occitane has a great Careers site with a lot of information and simple navigation. Some highlights are their sample job descriptions, sample career paths, HR FAQ, and profiles of successful employees. If you truly have your heart set on moving to France to work for L’Occitane, it may be possible as their international headquarters are split between Paris, France and Manosque, France; however, we tried poking around L’Occitane’s French language site and the only jobs that showed up were located here in the US.

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