"We must stay close to the field, check the equipment, and talk with operators and drivers"
You are in charge of the equipment fleet and maintenance teams within your area. You are responsible for ensuring maintenance for construction equipment and plant at the lowest possible cost, to guarantee reliability, compliance and availability. You are also in charge of establishing the overall maintenance budget and help define the equipment investment plan for your profit center or branch.
With a degree in Mechanical Engineering or General Engineering, you have a first experience in construction/industrial equipment fleet management, even as an intern.
The job of equipment engineer is learned primarily in the field. When you are hired, and regardless of the integration process you choose, you will perform missions in workshops and on industrial sites to acquire technical and managerial business fundamentals. During the first year, you will participate in welcoming programs at subsidiary and Group levels and you attend your first Colas University within 18 months.
Your career development
You can move on to be Equipment manager in France or abroad.
Career opportunities can involve geographic mobility.