Visit, answer 5 questions about your personality, and you'll be matched with an ENGIE employee who shares the same interests and passions as you!

Try it!

After its first successful season, Matching Energy is back! Digital, fun to do and completely original, this opportunity to match up with ENGIE employees gives the Group a new way of attracting the talented people it needs to build tomorrow's energy world, and make its vision of low-carbon, decentralized, digitally-controlled energy for all a reality. 

Matching Energy: come and see how compatible we are…

The ENGIE Group is recruiting thousands of talented people worldwide who will collectively be the future for energy, and we invite you to join us in a world where work is fulfilling and innovative in an environment that positively encourages curiosity and creativity.

  • Do you want to shift the boundaries by working collaboratively with others?
  • Do you want to bring new meaning and direction to your own personal and professional commitment?
  • Have you ever thought that your personality might be your best resume?
  • Perhaps your inventiveness is your greatest strength?
  • Maybe it's your spirit of initiative we should trust in?

So come and see how compatible we are!

How does the match play out?

To get into contact with ENGIE Group employees, Matching Energy offers you the opportunity to answer a 5-click questionnaire designed to tell us what drives you, and help you find your alter ego at ENGIE.

Having answered these questions about your interests and character traits, you'll see the profile of an ENGIE employee whose personality is a close match to your own. You'll be able to read about their career to date and, if you wish, message them via LinkedIn, Twitter or e-mail to ask them about what makes their job interesting and enjoyable on a daily basis, or about the Group, its values and its new challenges... Take the test and see if you have a match at ENGIE!

"A company is made of people. For the Group transformation to be successful, it's absolutely essential that our people embrace the project. Careers are changing, some are disappearing, and some are just beginning. I'm also a great believer in collaborative working and entrepreneurship."

Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE (Paris Match, March 25, 2017).

 Marianne Gallardo, Project Manager at ENGIE

Meet Marianne Gallardo, Project Manager at ENGIE

Every problem has a solution, just keep trying to find it! Optimistic and persistent by nature, Marianne is passionate about chemistry and biotechnology. In ENGIE’s Center for Research and Innovation in Gas and New Energies (the Crigen Lab), she develops alternatives solutions to the use of chemicals and tests new technologies to improve the quality of urban air.

Meet Roméo Meyer, Head of distributed generation and renewable energy product line at ENGIE

After training as a high-level engineer, Roméo Meyer joined Gaz de France, then GDF SUEZ, before joining ENGIE Cofely, where he works today for the energy transition. It gives to its course a strong international dimension, and is as much interested in the understanding of the stakes its course.

 Thomas Jung, Regional Director ENGIE Cofely IDF

Introducing Thomas Jung, Regional Director ENGIE Cofely IDF

Thomas is interested in management, innovation and new environmental issues. Today Regional Director of ENGIE Cofely Ile-de-France, he works on projects with high added value, while remaining open to opportunities for evolution.

Youssef Chraïbi, Market Operations Manager at ENGIE

Meet Youssef Chraïbi, Market Operations Manager at ENGIE

Youssef is passionate about the universe of startups, and loves the new technological challenges. The reason why, he found his place within Nextflex. This internal start-up is one of the first four projects of the incubation program launched within the ENGIE Group to explore new energy markets.

Marie Ged, Internal Consultant at ENGIE

Meet Marie Ged, Internal Consultant at ENGIE

Marie is energetic in her everyday challenges alongside ENGIE and engages with several associations during her free time. It helps the most deprived, fights sexism and supports the energy transition.