Myriam Ossmane

Myriam Ossmane


Myriam is dynamic and always ready to discover a new culture, a new destination, and especially new candidates. Warm and attentive to others, it is only natural that she is often the first contact with our candidates.

From childhood to Cameleon HR: let’s talk about your background

I have always loved school and business, so I naturally turned to what has become my two passions: languages and marketing. After completing a master’s degree in International Business and specializing more and more in marketing, I realized that while for me, the individual was the center of my job, for companies, they were often for purely numerical purposes. I therefore rethought my career aspirations, and human resources appeared to be an obvious choice.

I kept the enthusiasm for challenge that I had when I worked in marketing, while refocusing my work on people and their needs. Cameleon HR is the perfect fit for me: a company that listens to candidates and clients to offer solutions and opportunities adapted to their needs.

What is your role at Cameleon HR?

I am a Talent Acquisition Advisor, which means that I am the first person that the candidate comes into contact with.

My job is to review applications and search for new candidates for the various vacancies we have to fill. The roles and companies are very diverse, which makes the job all the more rewarding.

What makes you passionate about recruitment?

I like the fact that the individual is the center of the process. The stakes are high: changing the candidate’s professional life for the better! Bringing new talent to our clients’ teams is a daily challenge!

What is your definition of a good candidate experience?

It is formed by honest and warm communication, where the discussion is open and the candidate’s expectations are understood. Constructive and empathetic support throughout the recruitment process for an optimal result, for both the candidate and the company.

In a world without recruitment, what would you have done instead?

I would have liked to be a child psychologist or a professor of contemporary history.

What motto do you live by?

Work constantly to be a better version of myself.