Meet your colleagues!

Burt - Automation Engineer
 

“After my studies as an Industrial engineer in Automation, I also graduated as a Civil engineer Energy. I immediately got to work at Actemium as an Automation Engineer. In this function I am in touch with all aspects of an industrial installation: electricity and instrumentation, SCADA, programming, MES and ICT. This results in a fascinating and varied job.

We work in a close team of experienced colleagues who are always of your assistance. The focus is on personal development at Actemium, and investments are made for training.

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By means of regular feedback and meetings with your responsible, your career is adjusted to your personal ambitions.

To me it is quite obvious: a bright future awaits me at Actemium!”

 
Greet - Automation Engineer
 

About 15 years ago I graduated as an industrial engineer. I immediately started at Actemium, first as a Junior Automation Engineer, later on as an Automation Engineer, and now I am Senior Automation Engineer. The principal tasks of this function are elaborating analyses and attending the Junior Automation Engineers.

I could also have chosen the function of project leader, but up until now, I still am too much fond of programming.

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Meanwhile, I also have little 2 daughters. When they were still younger, I worked 4/5 for a while, but since a few years now, I am working full time again. Thanks to the mutual flexibility, this combination works out perfectly.”

 
Thijs - E&I Engineer
 

“As an E&I Engineer I am involved in both the preparation and execution of a project. This results in a pleasant mix between office work and tasks on site. Moreover it offers a young graduate a good view on practice as well, next to the theory.

If there is a problem, you are actively involved in finding the solution, and can contribute to the result. Thanks to a variety of projects being focused on electricity on the one hand or instrumentation on the other, you keep your knowledge up-to-date in both domains.

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Actemium attaches great importance to training. Within the company, where a lot of know-how is present and colleagues are always ready to help you out, as well as externally, with a large offer of trainings. An engineering network has been established, by which several engineers get together regularly during the year in order to solve & exchange problems and solutions. Topics on which less knowledge is present within the company are addressed here as well, by means of presentations, guest lectures, etc.

Throughout the year many activities are organized, outside work, in which you can freely participate. Not only work in itself is important, the employee as a person counts as well!”

 
Wouter - E&I Technician
 

“Variation is the key of my function. As an E&I Technician I get in touch with a wide range of technologies. Each project is different and requires the use of different techniques, from very delicate and precise work, like calibrating machines, to heavier activities like passing valves.

The good team spirit is a big asset of Actemium. After my studies, Electrotechnology with a specialization in Measurement and control engineering, I immediately arrived in a team of nice colleagues, on whose experience I can always fall back.

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I also get the chance to broaden my knowledge by taking part in several trainings, and I have a clear view on the career opportunities within my function.”

 
Dieter - Electrical Engineer
 

“As an Electrical Engineer I am involved in several projects. I autonomously meet the customer in order to achieve the right electrical solution and I assist in the electrical activities. The most fascinating part of my job is the totality by which I can approach a project by myself, and the possibility to fully exploit my capacities, of course under the direction of experienced colleagues.

As an Electrical Engineer I put every aspect of my training into practice, which makes my function very interesting to me.

 

Each project gives me satisfaction because of the internal feedback by Actemium as well as that by the customer. In short, I have a very instructive, autonomous and varied job.”

 
Pieter-Jan - IT Application Engineer
 

“Although my studies were mainly focused on machines and control engineering, Actemium did offer me the opportunity to start in an IT team. After a short training period in order to master the different programming languages, I could quickly start to assist in several projects.

Being an IT Application Engineer, I develop custom-made software for the different production processes at our customers’. This looking for the ultimate solution is what keeps my job at Actemium a challenge at all times.

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Moreover, Actemium also offers me the opportunity to keep developing within my work domain. This lifelong learning perfectly fits into the ‘VINCI way of life’, and offers me a clear view on my career opportunities.”

 
Tony - Service Engineer
 

“Being a Service Engineer, I have a very versatile and varied function at Actemium. This job has offered me the opportunity to enormously broaden my knowledge on automation.

The variety of questions that I daily receive by phone or e-mail turns each day into yet another (technical) challenge.
And if I cannot immediately find the right answer, the collegiality within this company assures me that I can always appeal to many specialists.

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To be able to put your own personality into your job is a big advantage. Moreover, Actemium also offers you sufficient opportunities to develop your career.”

 
Emre - Welder
 

“My job as a welder at Actemium is very varied with new challenges each day. This does not only result in a far from tedious function, but also enables me to accumulate technical know-how and offers me a true ‘training-on-the-job’.

There is a great atmosphere amongst the colleagues, and by exchanging our knowledge you get a lot of practical tips & tricks. But to me the bigger picture is very positive as well: I work in a clean environment, and my employer attaches great importance to safety.

For the future I have a clear view on my career opportunities, growing towards the function welder/fitter or yard leader, and I also get the chance to take training, in the short and the long term.

 

To conclude, it is an important asset to me that we always dispose of new and high-technological tools, since for a welder it all starts with good equipment!”

 
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