Arnaud was recruited by Worldline group in 1999. Initially he worked as Human Resources Business Partner and then as HR Director for France for one of the group's activities. He continued his career as Director of Social Affairs within the Worldline group, he negotiated numerous company agreements with the trade unions.
Currently, Arnaud is HR Director France Worldline and implements the HR policy for the whole of France.
In particular, he coordinates recruitment policy in France and relies on the Recruitment and Mobility France team.
With a university degree in computer science, Hélène joined Worldline 19 years ago as a BI developer and designer.
She is passionate about data handling and designs decision support solutions for Worldline’s customers in various fields such as the automotive industry, retail or government projects. After spending 11 years in the development teams, she wants to go further and deepen her knowledge by going to the heart of database infrastructures.
She is currently a database administrator within the Production teams and is in charge of managing database servers.
After an internship during wich he enriched the internal development frameworks, Antoine decided to join Worldline with a simple objective: to make the company’s developers’lives easier so they could achieve better productivity and work comfort.
Antoine has built his expertise and experience thanks to a wide range of activities in complex contexts, such as contributing to open-source projects, providing training or deploying development tools and platforms.
Today, he uses his skills to assist and support project teams. He also participates in the organization of technical events at Worldline to improve knowledge sharing.
Amaury has a general engineer background. After a stint in medical simulation research, he joined Worldline in 2007, more specifically the healthcare project teams.
A passionate, insatiable technophile, he developed his skills in the field of web applications, infrastructure and DevOps to evolve towards technical leadership and architect positions in increasingly ambitious projects and challenges.
Today, Amaury is also an active member of Worldline's "Filière Expert", and this evolution allows him to expand his technical knowledge but also to share information through training and speeches in engineering schools such as Yncrea (HEI+ISEN).
An apprentice engineer for 3 years, Anaïs is part of a team that is developing a web project in the healthcare field.
After a 3-month internship in the support team of the “Santé Social Dématérialisation” division, she decided to pursue her work-study program in one of Worldline’s development team.
She is currently acquiring technical and functional skills in an agile "scrum" environment
Worldline is the European leader in the payment and transactional services industry.
With innovation at the core of its DNA, Worldline’s core offerings include pan-European and domestic Commercial Acquiring for physical or online businesses, secured payment transaction processing for banks and financial institutions, as well as transactional services in e-Ticketing and for local and central public agencies.
Thanks to a presence in 50+ countries, Worldline is the payment partner of choice for merchants, banks, public transport operators, government agencies and industrial companies, delivering cutting-edge digital services.
Worldline’s activities are organized around three axes: Merchant Services, Financial Services including equensWorldline and Mobility & e-Transactional Services.
Worldline employs circa 20.000 people worldwide, with 2020 revenue of circa 4.8 billion euros.
Worldline is looking for people who are passionate about new technologies and willing to contribute to the continuous improvement of projects as a team.
If you share their values innovation, excellence, cooperation and empowerment, if the idea of learning motivates you, and if you wish to work in a responsible international company, join them!
Joining Worldline means working from their premises in project mode with strong pooling of expertise and experience. They are present on several sites in France:
Seclin (near Lille), Rennes, Blois, Tours, Vendôme, La Défense (near Paris), Marseille and Villeurbanne (near Lyon).
It also means:
- Finding the right balance between your professional and personal lives (flexible working hours, the possibility of telecommuting...)
- Special attention paid to occupational well-being,
- Working in a company with strong CSR commitments
- Joining a growing company that offers a wide array of projects
- Being proactive in the development of your professional career
- Accepting to take part in Nerf gun fights