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Sodearif is the property development subsidiary of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France (Bouygues Construction). It has more than 25 years' experience in property development, working on diverse projects for public and private-sector user or investors, primarily through property development contracts and off-plan sales.

Sodearif has developed extensive knowledge and expertise through various types of project, including turnkey property development, urban district design and layout, and new-build and renovation.


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Why you should join us!

To follow a profession you are passionate about

The women and men of Sodearif all have a passion in common for managing real estate projects. You will share your enthusiastic commitment with them.

To meet challenges
At Sodearif we enjoy a challenge. The complexity of our projects will call on all your creativity (financial and legal packages, technical solutions).

To grow with us
We believe in management that is founded on close-working and confidence. We are organised to provide personalised support. We have no hesitation in promoting our employees and moving them up quickly into positions of responsibility.

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EDF is a leading energy supplier with expertise across the electricity sector. It is committed to delivering its customers the electricity they need, at the right price, using environmentally friendly generation technologies such as nuclear power and renewable sources including hydroelectricity, wind, solar and thermal power.

Through this energy mix, 95% of the electricity that EDF generates in France produces no CO2 emissions. EDF employs 159,740 people worldwide. Its committed workforce is dedicated to meeting its customers' electricity needs and helping to protect the environment by delivering energy efficiency improvements.

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EDF has been involved in electric vehicle development for more than 55 years, developing partnerships underpinned by a spirit of innovation. EDF's involvement with the Paris-Saclay Challenge is driven by its commitment to developing more sustainable forms of mobility.

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In 2012, the Renault Group, which has been building cars since 1898, sold more than 2.5 million vehicles in 128 countries. The Group currently employs almost 128,000 people and operates 38 manufacturing sites.

The Renault Group’s stated ambition to become “a pioneer of sustainable mobility for all” demands a whole new way of thinking about issues such as pollution, climate change and urban congestion. In other words, the Group's challenge is to contribute to a sustainable ecosystem that meets the aspirations of both customers and citizens alike.

In order to meet these environmental and economic challenges, Renault seeks to improve its existing technologies, through the development of next-generation, low-emission combustion engines. It is also a pioneer in "Zero Emissions" technologies, with a comprehensive range of electric vehicles that help to reduce urban air pollution and eliminate the noise and odours associated with traditional engines.

The Group launched Fluence ZE and Kangoo ZE in 2011. This was followed in 2012 by Twizy, an innovative compact urban vehicle, and ZOE, the first 100% electric vehicle released in 11 countries. Renault is now cementing its position at the top of Europe's electric vehicle market, where it holds around 50% of the market share (excluding Twizy). It is also the global leader through its Alliance with Nissan.

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The Group is also leading a fundamental shift in the concept of mobility and its associated practices – a process involving all relevant stakeholders. One example of this commitment is the Sustainable Mobility Institute, which was founded in 2009 and brings together Renault engineers and lecturers, researchers and students from ParisTech. Together, they conduct research and teaching activities focusing on the future of transport from all angles (business model, macroeconomic challenges, electric vehicle consumer research, battery technologies, etc.).

By joining forced with the Paris-Saclay New Mobilities Challenge, the Group is seeking to help today's students imagine the innovative eco-mobility solutions of the future.

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Groupe Crédit Agricole employs 150,000 people in 50 countries, working in the Group's five core activities: Local banking in France and abroad; Finance and investment banking; Savings and insurance; Specialist financial services (factoring, leasing, consumer credit, etc.); Other specialist subsidiaries (cards and payments, property, etc.).

The Information Systems Business Line of Groupe Crédit Agricole S.A. covers the Group's 5,000 specialist IT staff (including 3,800 in France), working across 16 subsidiaries in France and abroad. Most members of this community are located at the "SQY PARK" technology campus. This proximity ensures that the Group's information systems and IT support expertise and technologies are exploited effectively. This expertise and these technologies are key performance drivers for this leading banking group.

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The Information Systems Business Line plays a critical role in the Group's digitisation process and in laying the foundations for its future information systems. It has its own social network, which is designed to stimulate collaboration, promote best practice, support major IT projects and provide an expert resource.

Our HR policy focuses on the acquisition of skills and seeks to reflect the ambitions and career prospects of each and every employee. It promotes mobility within the Group, both in France and abroad.

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