Railway Safety and Security Analyst / CLEARSY
Engineering degree in Automation and Computer Science, Bachelor in Mathematics
Railway Safety and Security, Security Strategies, Signaling Systems, Business Development in the railway sector
Why did you choose to work for the rail industry?
Transport systems have significant impacts on economic growth, territorial cohesion, social development and environment. Especially, the rail sector is a growing sector which is multidisciplinary and that proposes a lot of promising opportunities, innovation and challenges.
What inspired you at the time and what influenced your choice?
Born in a rail workers family, I have always been interested in railway engineering and organization. The fascinating complexity of daily operations as well as the safety and security major challenges inspired me to be part of this outstanding industry.
How does it feel to be in the rail industry? Are your expectations fulfilled?
It feels great to contribute to such an important industry. However, the demanding requirements for improvement keep our expectations growing.
What are the challenges?
The challenge is to develop a better global view on the rail process, organization and business in order to better contribute to the future rail model.
What is a talent? Why the rail industry should engage with talents?
Talent is the ability to solve problems in a very complex environment. The rail industry should promote talent acquisition and offer information sharing platforms. It is also fundamental for me to initiate both business and technical aspects to young members at an early stage. Implying them in the decision making and the management is the way to create talents.