To have an impact on society through sustainable development measures by transforming one of the most CO2 emitting sectors, from the inside.
Opportunity to work on a variety of subjects, due to the multi-skilled nature of Longevity's offerings and the projects underway.
Possibility to work on exciting projects for reputable clients, who are invested and convinced of the necessity of a sustainable development approach.
Flexibility: our working hours are flexible, whether in the office or through remote work. In particular, we encourage the practice of sport throughout the day!
International outlook: pan-European project management, with offices in 3 continents, over 35 nationalities across the group, and over 25 languages spoken.
Entrepreneurial culture: possibility of developing projects internally, as a function of emerging opportunities and projects.
Inclusion: all our positions are open to people with disabilities, we work closely with UniRH THransition to raise awareness of this issue.
Training: all our employees have unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning and an annual training budget.
We see Longevity as a place of continuous learning, where everyone has their own evolution in hand. To enable all our employees to develop their skills, numerous training courses are available. We also strongly believe in internal development and quickly allow our colleagues to take on more responsibilities, with both line management, and through project management.
We regularly consult our colleagues on their development goals (both technical and/or more managerial) and try to build the future of our teams accordingly.
The HR team provides continuous follow-up with employees through structured processes.
Testimonial from Olivia O'Brien, Associate Director, Head of Climate Resilience
I’ve been at Longevity Partners for over four years now. I started Longevity Partners as an analyst back in 2018, over four years ago now, working on a wide range of the services that we offer in-house. This gave me a fantastic introduction as to what sustainability means within the real estate and infrastructure sector.
However, my passion has always been about climate change—this is what my educational background was in. And so, when in 2020 I noticed that there was an increasing awareness of the implications that climate change is having on the real estate sector, as well as a slight gap in our current offering, I naturally leapt at the opportunity to develop this service in-house, and essentially create the business unit that we have today.
“I started Longevity Partners as an analyst back in 2018, over four years ago now, working on a wide range of the services that we offer in-house. This gave me a fantastic introduction as to what sustainability means within the real estate and infrastructure sector. ”
Olivia O'Brien, Directrice Associée, Responsable du pôle Résilience Climatique
Each new employee participates in an onboarding programme from the moment they arrive, both at the group- and country-level. They are also supported by a 'buddy', assigned for the purpose of accompanying and familiarising them with our environment and culture.
It is important to us that the development of our colleagues is transparent and equal, which is why we have put in place shared objectives (KPIs) for the whole company. These are evaluated twice a year, by managers, as well as peers. We carry out “360” evaluations, in order to have the most accurate reviews possible.
Training is a core concern for us, which is why each employee has unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning and an annual training budget. We are currently reworking our internal training plan, to propose training courses that will be mandatory each time a new responsibility is taken on.
after-work social gathering, every Thursday
Team rituals and events
Life at Longevity is marked by a shared passion for the planet, dedication to excellence, and moments of sharing and connection.
For instance, in our Paris office:
Every week, the "running" team meets up and goes for a run.
Once a month, we host a workshop on a theme more or less related to our work (e.g., presentation of architects, awareness of disability in the professional environment, client relationship situations, Project Management training, personality tests to better understand each other and work better as a team, etc), which often ends with an after-work activity or social gathering.
Once a quarter, we organise a small half-day seminar, focused on relaxation and/or work (treasure hunt, etc.)
Once or twice a year, a larger seminar is organised.