S. S., HR Manager: Join ALTELIOS Technology: it is a reciprocal investment in the success of our clients’ projects / Joining ALTELIOS Technology: moving forward together.
J.P., Business Manager: Altelios Technology is a friendly consultancy firm with big ambitions. It enables its employees to flourish in their jobs and to launch themselves into the future.
A. O., Communications Manager: The Group recently carried out an audit of its digital practices. We then implemented a digital transformation by dematerialising pay slips as well as recruitment files and many internal forms.
S. N., Business Manager: My clients are large companies, leaders in the medical sector: heavy medical devices, medical consumables, pharmaceutical industry – chemical sector; Biotechnology – cosmetic industry.
J. B., Recruitment Officer: I work mainly in the luxury and aeronautical sectors and more generally in engineering in Paris/Ile de France with junior and senior consultants.
J. P., Business Manager: Whether they are junior or senior, they must have interpersonal skills: human values; dynamism; team spirit; excellent rapport; operational; Challenge in performance, flexibility, ability to listen, ability to analyse and summarise but also know-how: technical and functional skills.
S. N., Business Manager: As a consulting firm, a real relationship of trust must be established; the aim is to satisfy clients but also, more importantly, to meet the career wishes of our colleagues. Be ready to have conversations over the phone as needed, and more importantly, to move around a lot. If necessary, we do not hesitate to accompany the employee in change management.
J. B., Recruitment Officer: We have a good methodology that we use in our recruitment process. As soon as a client asks us for a position. Recruitment officers use the web to source the ideal candidate. We meet with them and position them with our clients in clearly-defined jobs thanks to a skills assessment that they fill out beforehand. Then, as soon as the client is interested in their profile, we carry out pre-qualification coaching in order to bring real added value to their application. The last step is hiring the employee, taking into account their expectations in terms of remuneration.
J. B., Recruitment Officer: We asked all our consultants to create a new slogan for the group through a contest. The steering committee then decided on the slogan: Project accelerator was selected from more than 100 suggestions.
Vincent: I am a mechanical engineer specialising in acoustics and vibration in Paris.
Steven: Mechanical engineer in the automotive sector.
Vincent: I am currently working with an automotive supplier in the department that manages vibration problems in a braking system.
My job is to plan tests with the customers that allow them to validate their products according to a specification document.
I work on mechanical testing activities for an automotive supplier.
These tests make it possible to validate the mechanical strength of the brake systems of the biggest manufacturers and to optimise it if necessary.
Vincent: The group listens to my expectations and is supportive in relation to my activities with the client.
Steven: My manager regularly monitors my job and regularly comes to the site to make sure it’s running smoothly.
With their hands-free car kits, BeBop drones and Zik headphones, the enterprise is one of FrenchTech’s great successes. Co-founded in 1994 by Henri Seydoux, the French expert in hands-free communication and infotainment systems for the automotive sector turned their hand to connected objects in 2010, with the release of their first drone.
The company now employs 900 people and generates the majority of its revenue abroad.
It was in 2005, and Parrot had fewer than 200 employees. I was validating software for photo frames, a very popular product at the time. This job also allowed me to observe the problems of creating new products with the choice of materials, connectors, etc.
If you’re a bit of a Geek, Parrot products are exciting.
Yes, during my second assignment to Parrot, which ended in 2015, I performed system validation for onboard vehicle GPS. After performing the simulator tests, it was necessary to perform Drive tests, validation tests on the road, to check that the position was correctly acquired and represented on the GPS screen.
Parrot is a very energetic company, which has maintained a start-up spirit despite its current size; the people are passionate, dynamic… there is a very communicative effervescence.
What is your assignment?
I develop embedded Software in C and C++ for a new range of Drones…and it’s exciting!
Drones are one of Parrot’s flagship products – along with Bluetooth equipment for cars and headphones – and I’m delighted to be working on such a booming technology; drones are everywhere these days, it’s an area that is constantly developing.
The human environment, the general atmosphere within the teams is excellent. I feel really empowered, my team leader is understanding, and all this pushes you to give your best.
I am on assignment with Renault at the Technocentre in Paris as Systems Validation Engineer on new developments in electric vehicles.
I validate new software by carrying out tests on vehicles and testing communication between the different automotive modules.
The Automotive field has always fascinated me. Working for one of the largest manufacturers of Renault/Nissan cars will allow me to better understand this area and give added value to my career.
For a student just leaving school, integration into the workplace can be seen to be a difficult and worrying step.
However, the integration process at ALTELIOS TECHNOLOGY started at the interview where I found people who knew how to listen to me and who believed in me.
With the support of my Manager, I managed to find an assignment that fits perfectly with what I want to do.
My job is to lead the production phase of my client’s new jewelry collections; from the pre-production phase to 6 months of production for the collection.
More precisely, I define the industrialisation strategy for my client so that his industrial apparatus is the most efficient; that is to say: it enables them to produce as many products as possible within the quality targets, cost targets (yes, even for the luxury market) and the deadlines set by the projects.
The opportunity came when I was looking for a new challenge in my professional career.
The automotive industry has been around for a long time, and is very difficult to reform.
In contrast, the industrial universe of luxury is young, there is a lot to do and a great autonomy, it was this aspect that attracted me most.
ALTELIOS TECHNOLOGY is a group that has a wide range of clients which is an asset and testament to the flexibility of each of its staff members.
From a more personal point of view, I have excellent relationships with the team that coaches me (Michael and Joanne) at the Paris agency. They were able to meet the expectations I had set out during the various interviews with great professionalism and responsiveness.
All in all, I have a very good image of the group and I would like to join ALTELIOS long-term.
Jacky and Moez participated in the development of a new mammography system.
To congratulate them on their participation in this major project, the client presented them with awards.
The system was designed to encourage more women to undergo screening for breast cancer.
The manufacturer of medical imaging equipment has improved the overall performance of a mammogram by creating a platform that is sensitive to the needs of patients, technicians and radiologists.
This platform helps to:
It is the result of a rigorous and collaborative design process.
It is part of a joint research and development program called “MammoNExt”, which brings together an industrialist, the CEA and the Gustave Roussy Institute, to integrate all recent developments in breast imaging in one piece of equipment.
This project is intended for the industrial sector for the agri-food packaging market.
The objective was to optimise a production line for plastic bottles with a completely new process, based on two technologies: ultrasonic welding and blow moulding.
Traditionally, plastic bottles are made from preforms that have to be produced beforehand and stored before being sent to the production line for plastic bottles.
The disadvantage of this method is that it requires supply and storage of preforms, and incurs costs for manufacturing these necessary preforms.
The new concept makes it possible to manufacture plastic bottles directly from plastic film (Polypropylene, used in particular for the manufacture of dairy packaging, yoghurt pots, etc.), which eliminates the manufacture of preforms in the overall process.
The study focused on the process of ultrasonic welding of the plastic film during the shaping step of the tube according to its composition and thickness, so as to obtain a sealed, quasi-aseptic plastic bottle of different sizes and with various decorations.
Numerous tests were carried out on different samples in order to determine the input parameters for obtaining a quality result (strength, watertightness, hygiene, etc.).