As a key player in the control of manufacturing, the engineer is responsible for the quality of the equipment manufactured.
- Evaluating the manufacturing process in the factory and/or on site (welding, non-destructive testing, final visual examination, final file review, hydraulic test, etc.).
- Leading manufacturing follow-up in close collaboration with the Design Manager, the project and the manufacturer.
- Proposing technical and organizational solutions.
- Capitalizing on lessons learned and share feedback.
- Contributing to the organization and optimization of the doctrine.
I am involved throughout the process: from design to expert assessments following a delay or damage, through manufacturing and operational monitoring.
- Ability to make proposals with conviction and tenacity
- Synthetic approach and good writing skills
- Appetite for leadership and teamwork
- Proficient in technical English
Engineering background or Master’s degree, with a specialization in materials, welding or manufacturing.
The gross annual starting package ranges from €35K to €45K, or higher depending on diploma and professional experience (including social benefits and individual and/or collective variable remuneration). Additional benefits (works council activities, on-call allowances, etc.) may also be added to the overall compensation package.
And later on...
Potential mobility to numerous positions in engineering centers or at nuclear sites, in mechanical engineering or other technical fields. EDF Group offers plenty of functional, geographical and intra-group career opportunities and is highly supportive on the skill development throughout training and careers pathway.