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Performance expert

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The Performance Expert is an engineer responsible for implementing new tools and processes in order to improve the performance of installations.

Its missions relate to monitoring the deployment of tools, as well as the performance of the installations. He also has a quality management hat, which makes his missions very diverse and attractive.

What is
this job

“In an optimization approach, our role is to define areas for improvement using indicators and data, in order to create new tools and deploy them. We must train and support teams in the use of these new methods, monitoring their effectiveness over time. »
“Research and creation of processes is part of our main mission, but certain tools are already in place and our objective is to monitor and improve these methods. Our role is to analyze performance through quality reviews, to replicate these methods on different sites. »
“We are comparable to trainers on new working methods. We support the entire team in charge of operating our plants in their efforts, while listening to their various feedback. This allows us to address specific requests in performance optimization. »

your experiences

This job will allow you to:



Graduate of a Bac +5 type Master, DESS, DEA (Business, engineering or university schools), experienced profile

of your future colleagues

“To access this position, it is necessary to have 3 to 5 years of experience in renewable energies and to have analysis and data mining skills. This allows you to take a critical look at the performance levers and thus know how to be proactive. »
“My advice would be to listen and to perfectly master the different technical aspects of wind and photovoltaics in order to provide support to the team in defining areas for improvement. We must be proactive in all of these approaches. »
“The relationship we have with the different teams is one of our major assets for improving performance. Collecting experiences and data allows us to understand and evolve processes. »

For further

EDF Renewables - Japan



Since 2022, EDF Renewables has been developing offshore wind projects in Japan. 

The objective: to contribute to the country's energy transition.