Alstom

At Alstom, today's engineering graduates are tomorrow's engineering pioneers - we are looking for highly motivated graduates, with a passion for engineering, who are committed to developing their career in a fast paced challenging environment.
 
Alstom is the world leader (by installed base) in integrated power plants for the production of electricity and air quality control systems, with solutions for all energy sources (coal, gas, nuclear, fuel-oil, hydropower, wind) and is a leader in innovative technologies for the protection of the environment (Renewables, reduction of CO2 emissions, carbon capture, elimination of pollutant emissions). Alstom is a technology led business with substantial ongoing investment in R&D.
 
Alstom is also the world leader in very high speed and high-speed transport and supplies rolling stock, transport infrastructure and signalling, maintenance equipment, and global rail systems. From the very first TGV (French: Train à Grande Vitesse, meaning high-speed train) delivered in 1978 to the AGV (Automotrice à grande vitesse), the fourth generation of very high speed trains, we have developed a world leading position in this market sector. Alstom's technological advances allowed the company to achieve the world rail speed record at a speed of 574.8 km/h on 3 April 2007. The company is number two worldwide in urban transport : one in four metro systems and one of three tramways in the world have rolled off our production lines.
 
Alstom Grid is a world leader in electricity transmission, we help our customers meet growing energy demands, fight climate change and manage increasingly complex grids. Our market-oriented R&D teams develop tailored and competitive environmentally-friendly solutions focused on improving reliability, efficiency and stability. Our customer-oriented teams combine their skills to meet today’s global energy challenges with sustainable solutions. Developing new technologies and more intelligent or ‘greener’ equipment is just the beginning. Alstom Grid has more than 20,000 employees in 70 countries.