The Association des Anciens of the ENSGTI, founded in 1994 aims to:
- Bring together and to unite students and former students
- Help young graduates to enter the labour market
- Assist former students during their professional career
- Represent the School to the institutions
- Perpetuate daily the values of the School
Services and actions offered by the AAE:
- A website
- A job search assistance
- Legal aid services
- The alumni book
- Several events such as the Alumni Week end or the regional meals.
4 months after graduating, I got my first permanent job in the Vinci Energies group.
I currently work as a financial engineer for the GDF-SUEZ group. As a business manager, I take part in major projects such as the construction of a natural gas pipeline network or the construction of desalination plants. This professional development is a real asset to contemplate, in the medium term, key positions in commercial development and large-scale project management or an even better position in finance., Financial Engineer for GDF SUEZ
After various professional experiences in engineering consultancy firms (thanks to which I worked for AREVA and Axens), I joined the world leader in underground storage of petroleum products (GEOSTOCK). After 5 years working as a Process engineer, I became a Responsable des Contrats d’Assistance à l’Exploitation (in charge of the contracts for operational support) for the French customers who own underground storage. My job is to make sure we are meeting the customers’ needs and to coordinate the studies and the specific work., Process engineer for GEOSTOCK
As I spent time with engineers coming from other schools, I realized the ENSGTI has a real added value : it offers a very accessible high-quality international mobility programme.
I am a consultant process engineer at the CNIM, environmental engineering. I am working on a project which consists in designing a waste incineration plant (cogeneration). The plant is in London but I am carrying out the studies from Vélizy (France). This is a very interesting job and I only work in English., Process engineer specialised in environment for CNIM
I work for Lorient Agglomération. The general interest guides me and gives my work a real meaning. The important size of the community and the energy problem which becomes increasingly important enable me to consider a professional development… At the same time, I am also a teacher at the Université de Bretagne Sud (Master’s degree in energy and professional bachelor’s degree) in order to pass on my knowledge and experience., Project Engineer for LORIENT AGGLOMERATION
After I graduated, I worked as a Process engineer for IRH engineering and for Technip France. In 2008, I joined Aker solutions and worked as a responsable procédés France (in charge of processes on the French territory). Afterwards, I held several positions such as engineering Manager France and engineering manager Europe, middle East and Africa. I am currently in Dubaï where I work as a managing director in charge of middle East for Fjords Processing., Managing Director in charge of middle East, Fjords processing part of AKER group
Since I graduated, I have been assigned to work on many projects for SMEs and international groups. It enabled me to have an interdisciplinary overview of a project from basic preliminary drafts to the actual operation, the engineering studies, the realisation studies, the site supervision and the project commissioning. I have always worked in the environment field and more precisely in the field of heat science applied to treatments of waste and effluent (drying, incineration, combustion, gasification, and vitrification). I had the opportunity to travel in France, in Europe and in the USA, and to meet different people, different issues and various ways of working., Responsable amélioration des Procédés (in charge of process improvement) for CHO POWER
I have been working for SOFREGAZ where I have kept improving my skills for more than one year.
I am in charge of engineering (simulations, equipment sizing, process descriptions and so on), of oil & gas production sites but also of liquefied natural gas terminals (regasification of the LNG unloaded from boats and sent in the national network). Working in a small company allows me to be versatile and to have access to important activities. Therefore, I can learn faster.
In future, I may be sent for 6 months or 1 year on a construction site to start up processes that I would have sized. It would be a chance to materialise my theoretical knowledge and to go to middle East countries., Process Engineer for SOFREGAZ