Energie, Stavebnictví / Veřejné práce, Veřejné a místní orgány, Životní prostředí / Udržitelný rozvoj


Always passionate about new technologies, Alexandre very quickly chose to specialize in this domain. Once he had obtained his engineering degree in Computer Sciences, he joined the Capgemini group to become Developer, Google Apps Project Manager and then Cloud Integration Architect. He joined Veolia as Leader of the Software Development Center in 2016.

Alexandre discovered a group that enabled him to combine his passion with his environmental conscience. Motivated, committed and loyal to Veolia, he was promoted incredibly fast, becoming Deputy CTO and Head of Digital Factory in less than five years.

His mission today is to help demystify the IT world for us!

Keen on environmental issues from childhood, Lisa discovered garbology during her further studies. It was a revelation for her! She decided to specialize in this field. With an initial experience in charge of the weighbridge and planning as part of a professional degree in “Waste management and treatment”, she joined Veolia in 2016 as an operational assistant. Lisa quickly obtained her engineering diploma in the form of a Management and Engineering for Environmental Services master’s designed by Veolia in partnership with a consortium of three institutions: the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, the University of Cergy-Pontoise and the University of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée.

Veolia trusted her and ensured that her skills developed every day: committed to her work, Lisa became the operational manager of a non-hazardous waste collection sorting center in 2018, aged just 24. She is proud to work for the leader in the field.

Her mission is to reach her objectives embarking all the members of her team!

Specialized in project management, Xavier was recruited by SARP IDF to take part in the Group’s innovation strategy: SARP 20-20!

His mission was to help SARP enter the era of digitization (dematerialization of project documents, geolocation of vehicles, implementation of PDAs for operators, etc.). As a result of his success, he was given the opportunity to leave the support service to join an operational department. On the one hand, Xavier shared his expertise, and on the other hand, the company opened up a whole new fascinating universe to him: wastewater services!

His interest in this business line was strengthened when he took on an “on-site” position as manager of an agency. Xavier therefore became involved in operations, the heart of the SARP business line. He is now manager of the largest televised inspection agency of SARP and organizes employees and projects focused on the Grand Paris program.

His role is to manage teams in order to meet his objectives.

After graduating as a general engineer and spending a semester abroad to take classes in water management, Lucie became specialized in this field after conducting several missions for the Veolia Group. She first joined Veolia Research and Innovation as part of her end-of-studies internship, and then stayed within the Group, moving to the VEDIF research teams.

During her missions, Lucie discovered the operations universe: after four years of working as a Study and Project engineer, she joined the teams at the Choisy-le-Roi factory, becoming Process Manager.

Her mission is to guarantee the continued quality of treated water.


  • Would you like to give meaning to your professional activity?
  • Do you feel the need to be useful?
  • Would you like to help the planet and work towards a better and more sustainable future?
  • Do you have a “Resourcer” spirit?

.... At Veolia, 84% of employees and 92% of managers feel invested in their job*. Teams find meaning and purpose in their work in the water, energy or waste management.

At Veolia, we recruit several hundred young graduates every year, from engineering or business schools and universities. They join us for either an internship, a work-study contract or their first job. We also offer them V.I.E. contracts (international voluntary programs in companies) through our dedicated Pangeo program.

Through our Campus network, we also take on trainees, supporting them from CAP-level (certificate of professional aptitude) to a master’s degree.

At Veolia, our 178,894 employees share a mission: resourcing the world. This is why we call them “Resourcers”.

We all work together towards Veolia’s ambition: to be the benchmark company for ecological transformation.

Operating in 51 countries on five continents, with more than 178,894 employees, Veolia designs and implements solutions that contribute to sustainable development in cities and industries, in the fields of water, waste and energy management. Specialized in environmental services, Veolia is committed every day, on every continent, to improving access to resources, while preserving and replenish them.

The Group ensures that international laws and treaties guaranteeing the human and social rights of all people are strictly observed, both within the company and by its stakeholders. These values and rules of conduct take the cultural diversity of the Group into account.

In 2020, Veolia supplied 95 million people with drinking water and 62 million people with wastewater services, produced almost 43 million megawatt hours of energy and recovered 47 million metric tons of waste.

What they are looking for

Veolia recruits several thousands young graduates each year for its operational and support functions. The pool of expertise required is just as wide as the Group’s business lines are diverse. With topics such as Smart Cities, Data Science, IoT, ATAWAD or SATAWAD, digital and new technologies are at the heart of the development of the Group’s activities.

In addition to improving well-being in the workplace, user experience and accessibility, digital technology has become a true performance driver. Veolia is looking for profiles that are drawn to new technologies, but not only IT experts.

The challenges that await future engineers include managing the treatment of new pollutants and hazardous waste, designing innovative solutions to optimize and improve the use of natural resources to better preserve and protect them, and recycling materials to transform them into a new resource by creating circular loops.

Are you a salesperson with a deep interest in new technologies? A general engineer or a solution-oriented technician? A financial expert looking to diversify your management tools? Are you specialized in digital communication? If so, your profile interests us.

Good to know

Working for Veolia means resourcing the world with a “Resourcer” state of mind. This means contributing to our commitment to act sustainably for the planet, together with our clients, industrial partners and municipalities.

At Veolia, our responsibility is to uncover talents and help them develop. Nearly 75% of our employees follow a training program every year. By joining Veolia, you will give yourself the opportunity to develop your experience throughout your career, to work in various countries and to discover new business lines. It will allow you to develop your skills, get further training and feel fulfilled professionally.

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