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My job allows me to work on present-day energy topics in a stimulating working environment
"A large part of my job is to be involved as a legal expert in the projects of the entity I am part of, mainly in drafting/negotiating contracts. We support the company so that it can innovate, realise projects, considering the legislation and regulatory framework in which it operates. I find it very fascinating to be involved in negotiating contracts directly related to the energy transition, one of the main pillars in ENGIE's strategy. The interesting and topical subjects, stimulating working environment, friendly colleagues, respect for ethical values, the fact that we are part of an international group, and the possibility of internal mobility, mean that after all these years I still really enjoy working here."
I enjoy working for a group that helps building a climate neutral world
"After studying Journalism-Communication-PR, Sonja spent some time working in the Telecom sector, before she was recruited by ENGIE. "I work in the department that builds wind turbines. That way I do my bit for the sustainable energy transition in Belgium and the global fight against global warming. That is so much bigger than my personal development. Because I administratively support the project managers, I must be aware of the technical aspects, understand the technical jargon, but also have a clear sight on our stakeholders' expectations. All these different challenges give me a lot of energy!"
As Mobility Officer, we play an important role in encouraging our employees to choose more sustainable means of transport.
"I am a Mobility Officer in the Fleet & Mobility department. My job is very varied. I am the contact person for mobility issues and I help implement the Group's mobility strategy.
My role also involves raising awareness, advising and informing employees and promoting the mobility policy internally by communicating and organising events. I also act as an interface between management, HR and staff, as well as between ENGIE, local authorities, public transport companies and other players in the field of mobility.
This domain has a direct impact on energy transition and decarbonisation. As Mobility Officer, we play an important role in encouraging employees to choose more sustainable means of transport. To do this, we need to identify current and future needs to set forward-looking targets to rethink our mobility.
I enjoy working at ENGIE because it is enriching and I can continue to grow and develop my skills."