Until the end of May, Eiffage Génie Civil gives you the opportunity to send a simplified application using the form below. If your profile matches the position, you will be called by one of our recruiters for an interview.
For decades, Eiffage Génie Civil has been building many large underground projects. Our engineers, geotechnicians and site teams work hand in hand throughout the construction of a structure.
Join the teams of Eiffage Génie Civil, a subsidiary of Eiffage, the European leader in construction and concessions, and join the approximately 70,000 men and women who make up the Group.
Eiffage Génie Civil's teams are involved from design to construction, but also in maintenance and servicing, on many structures in France and abroad.
Over the years, we have built up solid references - from the Millau viaduct to the Pierre-Mauroy stadium in Villeneuve-d'Ascq, including the construction of the A65 motorway and the largest wastewater treatment plant in Europe in Achères. We have contributed to the construction of the entire high-speed rail network in France, up to the complete construction of the Brittany - Pays de la Loire high-speed line linking Le Mans to Rennes.
Mobilized on all the country's structuring projects - Grand Paris, the Euralpin Lyon-Turin tunnel, the future Ariane 6 launch site... - our teams are also called upon abroad, on the HS2 high-speed rail line in England as well as on numerous land and maritime operations in Africa, Canada and Colombia.
Whether you are a beginner or experienced, a graduate or a self-taught person, Eiffage Génie Civil is always looking for new talent!
Through the "Grand Paris" worksites, Eiffage is involved in the development of the future Paris Region public transport network. The project of the century is also about employment!
While the first underground works concerned mountain structures, today, everywhere in France and throughout the world, the basements are used for road, motorway or rail tunnels, but also for many public transport networks as well as for storm sewers, electricity networks or landfill facilities...
There are two types of digging methods. The so-called traditional/conventional method, i.e. with explosives or spot attacks; and excavation with a tunnel boring machine. Preliminary geotechnical studies make it possible to choose the method, depending on the nature of the subsoils encountered. Regardless of the method used, teams of engineers, miners and skilled workers are required in the construction of the structures.
Given the large number of projects launched or in preparation, particularly in Ile-de-France, in this field, the Underground Works activity is the flagship activity of public works for the next 10 years in France.
It's simple! Send your CV in Word or PDF format using the form below.
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