Life at ENGIE

Stories from our team

Careers at ENGIE offer amazing opportunities like cross-functional collaboration, individualised learning and development programs, international placements , and an inclusive and supportive culture.

If you are considering a career at ENGIE, we thought you would like to meet some of your future colleagues.

We asked a few of our people to share their ENGIE story to show you what you may expect when you work at ENGIE.

Leading the transition to green mobility

Greg Schumann

Director, Transport and Green Mobility

Greg’s excited to be part of the amazing transition about to take place with transport that doesn’t rely on fossil fuels.

Access to global thought leadership

Andrew Jacques

Simply Energy National Sales Manager

Andrew loves leveraging ENGIE’s global experience, being able to access the latest technology and learning from the solutions ENGIE has implemented around the world.

A people-focused culture

Kathy Winters

Director, AV Technologies

Kathy believes she can only deliver the award-winning systems that they do with a great team, a supportive culture and a strong vision for the future.

Extensive training to ensure safety

Martin Stawski

Operations & Maintenance Manager, Synergen

A robust training and development program keeps Martin’s team safe and power stations running. Being part of ENGIE means Martin can learn about and apply best practice.

ENGIE and Springfield Hyundai sign 10-year energy agreement

ENGIE and Springfield Hyundai sign 10-year energy agreement

Accelerating the decarbonisation of industries and communities is ENGIE’s core mission and we achieve this through long-term partnerships with clients.
ENGIE takes up option to develop Hills of Gold Wind Farm

ENGIE takes up option to develop Hills of Gold Wind Farm

ENGIE Australia & New Zealand today announced the purchase of the Hills of Gold Wind Farm development near Nundle, New South Wales.
ENGIE, Springfield City Group publish Australia’s first Zero Net Energy Road Map

ENGIE, Springfield City Group publish Australia’s first Zero Net Energy Road Map

Greater Springfield residents will see at least 30% of the city reserved as green space, have widespread access to electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and a hydrogen bus network, and see 100% of their power delivered through renewable sources.