Working in the design/project engineering office at Michelin

In Michelin's design/project engineering office, our mechanical engineers, automation engineers and computer engineers work side by side to invent tomorrow's manufacturing processes. These processes help us to stay the most innovative manufacturer and continue to offer the best tire to all of our customers.


Team Manager, Project Engineering Office

I've come a long way since the first job I had 13 years ago. I began by developing and deploying computer applications for all of our units all over the world. In six years, I had the opportunity to refine my work, as Project Manager for rewriting these same applications.

After that, Michelin offered me a position as Quality and Progress Manager. Thanks to that job, I was perfectly equipped for my first management position, with a team of 13 people. It was a real challenge for me, both the technical side and the managerial aspects.

This year, I became Process Computing Leader - a new, exciting job with new challenges!

My career path with Michelin :

  • IT Project Manager
    Plans, coordinates, and implements IT projects (applications or infrastructure) to ensure delivery on time, within budget in compliance wit defined quality standards and agreed user specifications and expectations. Develops project plans and budgets, identifies and allocates appropriate resources, conducts rInformationSystemk analysInformationSystem and monitors the progress of plans against project milestones and budgets.
  • Quality Engineer
    Develops quality standards for the organization’s raw materials, in-process products, and finished products and designs new, complex, or innovative measurements, tests, sampling methods, and other procedures that ensure that these standards are met.
  • Project Engineering Manager
    Plans, prioritizes, and manages multiple engineering projects; prioritizes tasks and assigns team members to ensure that the team’s overall resources are used effectively and that project deadlines are met.