Condition Monitoring Data Engineer (H/F)

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Date: 26-Nov-2022

Location: Villeurbanne, FR

Company: Alstom

The future of transportation is already here. 
Alstom, with recorded sales of 7.3 billion in the 2016/17 fiscal year, is the world leader in integrated transport systems and continues to push the boundaries of innovation & digital solutions for transportation systems and e-mobility.  We are today at the forefront of providing sustainable modes of transport, with the largest range of rail solutions in the market.  Headquartered in France and present in over 60 countries,  we employ 32,800 people worldwide. 
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Part of Services (Platform - R&D) organization, your role is to :

  • Use data available in HealthHub™ into valuable report, alert or action, in the frame of the R&D program related to predictive maintenance
  • Propose innovative data visualization
  • Process raw data from various additional data sources, and convert them into information that end users can understand
  • Contribute to HealthHub deployment



The main skills required are:

  • Very knowledgeable of data processing languages (“R”, Python) 
  • Knowledgeable of Open source technologies such as Docker, Rancher Kubernetes
  • Knowledgeable of Database SQL and no SQL, such as Elastic or Cassandra
  • Knowledgeable of BI tools and dataviz (Tableau™ software)
  • English fluent
  • Communication skills

This position is based in on our Signalling Villeurbanne site (800 people), specialized in designing and manufacturing electronics systems on board and on tracks (traction, monitoring, passenger information, network…) to develop future train intelligence.


Alstom is committed to create a diverse & international working environment,  that reflects the future of our industry, our clients and end-users.  As an employee, you will have a unique opportunity to continue to build your career and directly contribute to the expanding growth of the global transport industry

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