Events

Wednesday 4 March 2015

Rhône-Alpes Exhibition 04/03/2015

Our team will be present at Rhône-Alpes exhibition, organized on March 4th on the LyonTech Campus.

The following Engineer Schools will be present at this exhibition: LYON INSA, CPE Lyon, LYON ECAM, CESI Lyon, Grenoble INP, Polytech Lyon, ITECH, ISARA Lyon, EM Grenoble.

We hope to meet a lot of students on this event and to find new talents!

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    Project Management
  • Contract Engineer
    Contract Engineer

    The Contract Engineer protects the interests of the company and its customers throughout the execution of the project. He is responsible for minimizing financial and legal risks incurred. The Contract Engineer interacts wth differents entities such as the customers, partners, insurance companies, law firms, the project team or the accounting department.

    • Project Manager
    • Risk Manager
    • Business Development
  • Cost control
    Cost control

    On a basis of a reference budget, the Cost Control Engineer is responsible for controlling, analysing and estimating all project expenses. He works with the managers of the various project departments, with the customers and external partners.

    • Purchasing
    • Project Engineer
  • Document Controlling
    Document Controlling

    The Document Controller intervees in engineering industrial projects; he implements technical documentation and administration of the documentary information system related to the study and construction. He is in contact with all engineering bodies of the project, external suppliers and the partners.

    • Document Controlling Coordinator
    • Head of Document Controlling
  • Health & Safety
    Health & Safety

    The HSE Engineer ensures the development, management and improvement in the health and safety policy and procedures throughout the whole industrial project right from the engineering phase. He plans and coordinates the activities of the entire team in charge of health and safety working in the design office and on the production sites.

    • Enhanced competence in the HSE Engineer function
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers
    • Project Engineer
  • Planning
    Planning

    The Planning Engineer contributes to the realization of the project by producing the project schedules and adapting them to optimize the use of resources and the long-range target dates. He is also responsible for ensuring that the project progresses correctly.

    • Project Engineer
    • Project Control
    • Cost Control
  • Project Coordination
    Project Coordination

    The Project Engineer studies the feasibility of contracts in relation to the realization of industrial projects and then determines and negotiates their contents taking into consideration the specificities of each customer. He manages the projects by optimizing the parameters on costs, schedules and quality and coordinates their execution (surveys, production, commissioning).

    • Project Manager
    • Project Controller
  • Quality Management
    Quality Management

    The Quality Engineer is responsible for defining, implementing and organizing follow-up ad quality control procedures on the project in order to optimize production and meet the project requirements. He has an advisory role in the choice of new solutions; he assists operational teams to optimize processing and technical, technological and IT systems.

    • Quality Lead
    • Quality Manager for an entire project
    • Site Quality Inspector / Coordinator
  • Risk Management
    Risk Management

    The Risk Management Engineer identifies and assesses risks and liabilities incurred at the technological, industrial or financial level. He studies the statistical probabilities both of fortuitous risks (accidents, fire or theft) and of those linked strategic decisions. He must provide the decision-makers with the necessary items of information to avoid wrong decisions being taken.

    • Technical Expertise
    • Team Management
    Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
    Civil Engineering

    The role of the Civil Engineering Survey Engineer is to plan, conceive, draw up and conduct construction or repair  projects for infrastructures (bridges, dams, buildings, roads, tunnels, etc …) and water or energy-related facilities. He may have a technical coordinating role for these activities with subcontractors/customers.

    • Expertise in the position of Civil Engineer Survey Engineer (technical expertise)
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers (team management)
    • Project Engineer (Project management)
  • Design Engineer
    Design Engineer

    Based on a sketch or instructions issued, the Design Engineer makes diagrams, drawings, plans (with the help of CAD or CAM tools) in coordination with the other parties involved.

    • Group Manager (management of a team of design engineers)
  • Electricity
    Electricity

    The Electrical Survey Engineer is responsible for designing, planning, surveying, assessing and testing electric and electronic equipment and systems with a wide range of voltage levels (VHV/HV/LV). In addition, he may have a technical coordinating role for these activities with suppliers/customers.

    • Expertise in the position of Electrical Survey Engineer (technical expertise)
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers (team management)
    • Project Engineer (Project management)
  • HSE
    HSE

    The HSE Engineer ensures the development, management and improvement in the health and safety policy and procedures throughout the whole industrial project right from the engineering phase. He plans and coordinates the activities of the entire team in charge of health and safety working in the design office and on the production sites.

    • Expertise in the HSE function (technical expertise)
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers (team management)
    • Project Engineer (project management)
  • HVAC
    HVAC

    The HVAC Engineer is in charge of the execution and/or follow-up of subcontracting for the surveys related to the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning networks.

    • Enhanced competence in the Civil Engineering Survey function (technical expertise)
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers (team management)
    • Project Engineer (projects management)
  • Instrumentation
    Instrumentation

    The Instrumentation Engineer is responsible for the detection, understanding and analysis of the instrumental need in order to define and implement the optimal solution. He also takes part in standardizing materials and suppliers with the Purchasing Department.

    • Enhanced competence in the Instrumentation Surveys Engineer function (technical expertise)
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers (team management)
    • Project Engineer (project management)
  • Materials Engineering
    Materials Engineering

    The Materials Engineer is an expert in their properties. He conveives, models using digital simulation, tests, assembles and optimizes the products made with these materials. Specifically, he takes part in the conception and the realization of objects, machines and infrastructures. He works on components such as semiconductors, micro-electronics, photovoltaics, optoelectronics, nanotechnologies, sensors, etc …

    • Management of a research-production team
    • Laboratory Management
    • Supervision of tests and experiments of new products or processes
    • Industrial Manager
  • Mechanics
    Mechanics

    The Mechanics Engineer is responsible for specifying, conceiving or validating by simulating the different types of structures and equipment (heat exchangers, columns, flasks, tanks …) and other equipment (valves, filters …). He is responsible for choosing the technical solutions, for carrying out computer simulations submitting items to different stress levels and must reach conclusions in terms of the sizing and resistance of materials. He has a technical coordinating role for these activities with suppliers/customers.

    • Enhanced competence in the Mechanical Survey Engineer function (technical expertise)
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers (team management)
    • Project Engineer (project management)
  • Nuclear safety
    Nuclear safety

    The Nuclear Safety Engineer takes all necessary measures to guarantee the safety of the installations and prevent incidents. His mission is to protect people and the environment from the dispersion of radioactive materials. Whithin a nuclear plant, he assesses the state of safety of the installations and guarantees compliance with guidelunes and procedures both in normal operating conditions and in the event of incidents or accidents.

    • Enhanced competence in the Nuclear Safety Engineer function (technical expertise)
    • Operating Manager of a nuclear plant  (team management)
    • Project Engineer (project management)
  • Piping
    Piping

    The piping Engineer is responsible for drafting specific rules for the calculation of pipe flexibility. He drafts the calculation notes and updates them taking all changes into account.

    • Enhanced competence in the Piping Surveys Engineer function (technical expertise)
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers (team management)
    • Project Manager (project management)
  • Pressure Equipement
    Pressure Equipement

    The pressure equipment Engineer assesses the conformity of the pressure equipment during the phase of conception, production and control. He has to work with the other technical trade bodies (Mechanics, Intrumentation, Electricity, etc…)

    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers
    • Project Engineer
  • Process Engineering
    Process Engineering

    The Process Survey Engineer takes part in defining the feasibility conditions for projects and contributes technical solutions to suit the installation needs, whilst complying with quality, safety and environmental requirements.

    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers
    • Project Engineer
  • Structures
    Structures

    The Structures Engineer is in charge of developing the relevant skeleton and ensuring its stability based on the various criteria. He carries out multiple design studies, such as calculating the structures or the sizing on all the elements which make up the structure: concrete, wood, steel … The Structure Engineer therefore intervenes upstream of the works and his input enables the cost of the work to be calculated.

    • Technical Expertise
    • Project Management
  • Welding
    Welding

    The Welding Engineer ensures the technical support in piping and welding activities for the entities both in charge of the projects and the execution phases on site.

    • Enhanced competence in the Welding Engineer function (technical expertise)
    Procurement
  • Expediting
    Expediting

    The Expediting Engineer establishes order follow-up (progress meetings, planning) and sends out reminders to suppliers on documentary aspects, supply and factory production.

    • Expediting Engineer expertise
    • Head of Department responsible for a team of engineers
  • Logistics
    Logistics

    The Logistics Engineer is responsible for the whole of the company’s logistics chain. He is responsible for operational aspects in managing supplies for workshops, teams, stocks or distribution rounds. He is also in charge of the strategic aspect, meaning the selection of suppliers, site opening and closing, and the creation of the distribution network. Lastly, he manages the information and financial flows together with any possible disputes and the after-sales service. His mission must fulfil three requirements in order to attain maximum profitability: save time, reduce costs and limit storage.

    • Industrial Production Manager
    • Head of Industrial and Logistics Management
    • Head of Methods
    • Head of Authorisation/Organisation
  • Purchases
    Purchases

    The Purchasing Engineer prospects and studies the market, ensures the technological watch over the products purchased. He draws up the technical specifications and contributes expertise for contract negociations and follow-up. His role involves choosing and negotiating the products, the purchase and supply terms based on the criteria defined (quality, cost, margin, delivery schedule …). He selects suppliers on a tender basis and pilots the technical exchanges between them and the engineering departments. He is responsible for optimizing purchasing profitability.

    • Purchasing Manager
  • Quality Inspection
    Quality Inspection

    The Quality Engineer is responsible for defining, implementing and organizing procedures for monitoring and controlling project quality so as to optimize production and meet the project’s requirements. He has a consultancy role in the choice of new solutions and assists operational teams to optimize processing and the technical, technological or IT systems.

    • Expertise in the Quality Engineer position (Quality Lead)
    • Quality Manager for an entire project
    • Quality Inspector / Coordinator on a site
  • Works Contract
    Works Contract

    The Purchaser in charge of the works contract conducts the purchasing process, the analysis of needs throught till the end of the contract. Consequently, he is part of he project, alongside the final decision-makers to whom he has to make recommandations.

    • Contract Manager
    • Project Manager
    • Purchasing Manager
    Construction commissioning
  • Commissioning
    Commissioning

    The Commissioning engineering prepares, ensures unit start-up activities and makes sure that it is working properly in accordance with the contractual undertakings. In the final phase, he ensures customer acceptance of the contractual transfer of the project.

    • Technical expertise
    • Responsibility for a team of engineers
    • Responsibility for larger projects
  • Conducting Works
    Conducting Works

    The engineer conducting works, under the responsibility of the Site Manager, ensures within his area of specialisation the  management of the works phase of a project. He represents the project manager in the fields associated with his area if specialisation.

    • Development in the Design Office
    • Responsibility for a team of engineers
    • Responsibility for larger projects with wider experience (Lead)
  • HSE
    HSE

    The HSE Engineer ensures the development, management and improvement in the health and safety policy and procedures throughout the whole industrial project right from the engineering phase. He plans and coordinates the activities of the entire team in charge of health and safety working in the design office and on the production sites.

    • Expertise in the HSE function (technical expertise)
    • Department Manager responsible for a team of engineers (team management)
    • Project Engineer (project management)
  • Site management
    Site management

    The Site Manger leads and manages the team in charge of projet management works: resources, assitance, subcontracting. He is responsible towards the customer and the Project Manager for compliance with the main criteria for the success of the project such as costs, deadlines and quality.

    • Management of larger teams
    • Management of more substantial projects
  • Superintendence
    Superintendence

    The Superintendent contributes in his area of specialisation to the project management of works phase of the project, under the responsibility of the Site Manager. He manages a team of supervisors

    • Site Manager : management of larger teams on the whole site
  • Supervision
    Supervision

    The Supervisor is responsible for the proper application of the HSE regulations, compliance with schedules and the technical quality of his area of specialisation for a part of the site. He can be responsible for a team of technicians and workmen.

    • Team management
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