A Project Executive takes the manufacturing design and adds the calculations carried out by the engineers. The role involves overseeing the creation of an engineering design based on a set of requirements and/or technical specifications.
A Mathematical Engineer uses computational methods to determine the mechanical characteristics of a component, such as the material's resistance to failure, flexion and compression.
I work on problem areas relating to piping and frameworks, both in the design stage and in the field. With this wide range of activities I have an overall view of each project, interacting with various fields of work. At CNIM, we are lucky enough to be a direct link between our design engineering activities and the problems encountered in the field.
A Command and Control Engineer takes part in the development and maintenance of embedded software.
I have an overall view of projects: after doing program management at the office, I work in the field for the startup phase. As I occasionally run long projects, it is essential – and motivating – for me to see the end result of my work. At CNIM, we combine teamwork with autonomy thanks to the trust placed in us by our management.
I like working in project teams best of all because I have a high degree of autonomy as well as the trust of my management. At CNIM, I benefit from the strengths of a company on a human scale while at the same time belonging to a group at the cutting edge of innovation. It is extremely motivating to be able to take advantage of opportunities for functional and geographic mobility.
The technical manager is responsible for the integration and technical supervision of the projects
Engineering holds a central place in CNIM. For me, it is a source of satisfaction to rub shoulders with a large number of industrial players inside and outside the Group, and to access its full range of skills and expertise. It is exciting and gratifying to run highly technical projects that rely on creativity and ingenuity.