Working at EDF Renewables

Electrical engineer

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From the design to the operation of wind and photovoltaic projects, the electrical engineer participates in carrying out studies and contributes to the definition and implementation of engineering methods.

What is
this job

“From the first phases of development of a project, we carry out studies to ensure its technical feasibility. We must then obtain administrative authorizations and connection requests from network managers. »
“In this profession, we have a technical support role for the different departments. We must regularly review and analyze technical studies and design reports, establish specifications for certain specific studies and ensure technological monitoring of electrical equipment. »
“We operate throughout France and sometimes even internationally. We are preparing certain studies which will allow us to carry out consultations and then enter into contracts with the different companies. We contribute to the implementation of engineering processes and the quality management system. »

your experiences

This job will allow you to:



Bac+5, master's degree, DESS, DEA, Grandes Ecoles without particular specialty, and depending on the scope this position is accessible to young graduates or experienced people.

of your future colleagues

“Becoming an electrical engineer requires always knowing the latest technologies. Many standards and rules change, we must know how to adapt and know our job by heart. »
“You shouldn't be afraid to spend a lot of time behind your computer, on manufacturing models or technical databases. However, human contacts remain numerous given the regular exchanges we have with all the teams. »
“Our profession offers many advantages, but requires a lot of daily involvement. Some projects are sometimes long and require a lot of rigor to achieve the objectives and the high level of quality that we set for ourselves in the implementation. »

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.