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I find the future-oriented company culture very inspiring
Natee Bunnag can fully express her passion for technological innovation in her job as Digital Product Manager at ENGIE Flexible Generation Europe:
“We make digital tools available to power plants, tailored to their business needs and tasks. We get our inspiration from mutual synergies. It is often our colleagues in the power plants themselves who come up with innovative ideas. Then it is up to us to translate them into usable solutions. I like the supportive atmosphere and the forward-looking mindset of the people here. The energy world is in constant motion; the needs evolve from day to day. This inspires me to help build the sustainable energy transition with the entire team.”
I can tell my 18-year-old son that I’m contributing to a more sustainable world
Roy Nolf takes on two roles within ENGIE Flexible Generation Europe: Team Lead Business Information Management (BIM) and that of Chief Data Officer (CDO).
“I implement the ‘Group Data Policy’ for the sustainable and secure use and storage of data. At BIM, we collect and deal with all operational data which, among other things, feed a blueprint of CO2 emissions until 2050. In addition to this, based on historical weather and production data as well as future weather forecasts, we estimate the maximum power requirements for the day ahead. As an employee of ENGIE, I am part of an organisation that wants to be the absolute leader in the energy transition. A big plus point for me, as the father of an 18-year-old son, because the younger generation is much more conscious of climate change and sustainability.”
As a trainee, you get an insight into the day-to-day challenges experienced by your colleagues.
Oscar Hautekiet studied civil engineer electrical engineering with a master’s in ICT. As an IT Management Trainee, he works in three different ENGIE teams for periods of six months each.
“First of all, I joined the cybersecurity team. That team is working on a project to make ENGIE plants distributed throughout Europe compliant with the cybersecurity guidelines. I then joined the network team which manages the computer network in the power plants and in the offices. Currently, I am part of the Operational Technology Team in a job concerned with data acquisition, server management and data storage. In this way I have been given the opportunity to take on ever more responsibilities in a natural manner and ultimately to make a considered professional choice. Because ENGIE is a large organisation, it is possible to go in many different directions!”