Electronics/Electricity Technician for the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) laboratory (F/M/X)

Requisition ID:  2169

Linkebeek, BE, 1630

Linkebeek, Belgium – Power Networks & Industry



Are you excited about embarking on our journey towards a carbon-neutral world?


We are seeking a collaborative individual who is passionate about making a positive impact on ENGIE Laborelec's success and overall performance. If you have a deep interest in energy transition, power generation, and technology, we urge you to explore this opportunity.


Bring your expertise, grow with us and build your career in safe and diverse environment.



Who are we?


ENGIE Laborelec is a research and expertise center focused on electrical power technology, with a team of over 370 employees from different background. We are part of the ENGIE Group, and more particular the newly created entity called ENGIE Research & Innovation. We support the entire electricity value chain, providing customized solutions to a diverse range of customers from various fields and industries. We are dedicated to achieving a net zero carbon future and finding sustainable solutions.


About the team


This laboratory is a test laboratory accredited by Belac in accordance with the ISO17025 standard. It is active in a wide range of fields, from the most common household electrical applications (mainly household appliances) to various industrial applications (railways, medical, lighting, motor control), not forgetting of course applications that are closer to the players and the current context of the energy transition (electric vehicle charging stations, tests on solar panel or battery field inverters, tests on components for the nuclear industry, etc.).]



What you’ll be doing


Your role will be to work mainly in the EMC laboratory, but you may also be asked to support other laboratories, such as the power electronics laboratory, depending on the workload. The EMC laboratory (4 people) is part of Laborelec's Power Networks and Industry team (20 people), within the Power and Infrastructure Business Line. Power Networks and Industry is made up of 4 main areas of activity (EMF, Grids Measurements and protections, Grids Simulations and Analysis and Power Lab) with many interactions between them. The EMC laboratory is part of the EMF cluster.


Your responsibilities as Electonics/ Electricity Technician 

- After a period of training (internal and external) to enable you to carry out tests independently, you will progressively carry out laboratory tests and prepare test reports for our customers independently. After a while, you will also be involved in taking part in quotations and invoicing our customers.

- You will also play an active role, assisted by your direct colleagues, in the day-to-day running of the laboratory.

- You will be in regular contact with customers and suppliers for technical discussions.

- As part of the team, you may be asked to participate in the development of new test benches, from defining the need for equipment and apparatus to installation, commissioning and obtaining Belac accreditation for the new test bench.

- In addition to laboratory work, you will also have the opportunity to carry out electromagnetic field measurements on industrial sites or in private homes. Other activities such as EMC audits at industrial facilities will also be possible, depending on opportunities and your affinities.

- You will take part in annual training courses to further develop your skills, and your career path will be managed in collaboration with your direct manager.

You will work alongside a supportive team, and will have access to professional development opportunities to help you grow in your career.



If you identify with any of the following, we encourage you to apply! Do you?


- Have a degree/bachelor's degree in a technical field related to electricity, electronics or telecoms?

- Have some initial professional experience in a laboratory or in the field of electrical measurements, electronics or telecoms. This would be an asset.

- Have skills in electronics? Experience of working with NBN, EN and IEC standards would also be an advantage.

- Have an affinity for laboratory and field work. You enjoy finding technical solutions to problems.

- Have good organizational skills?

- Like to learn and curiosity is in your nature.

- show rigor and do you enjoy following the quality processes specific to an accredited laboratory?

- Like to work as part of a team.

- show  customer-orientation.

- Communicate in French and Dutch, or are prepared to develop rapidly in the second language. An understanding of English is required (at least in writing).



Here's a taste of what Laborelec offers you


  • Flexible Working Environment: A green campus and hybrid workspace (3 days home working/week)  offering flexibility for a good work/life balance 
  • Employee Resource Groups: An exciting position in a leading research and expertise centre, with the possibility of further career development within ENGIE. 
  • An inspiring work environment: with ambitious colleagues and from different background
  • Learning & Development: Growth is a big reason people choose to join our team. We provide opportunities through lunch and learns, training, coaching, mentorship programs, and workshops.
  • Benefits: 34 leave days, 5 days free care for sick children , linen ironing service...
  • Wellness: You will have access to our fun room and fitness space for your enjoyment and well-being




Where we work


Our headquarters is based in Belgium (Linkebeek, near to Brussels), and we have several branches in Europe (France, Germany & the Netherlands), LATAM (Chile) and MESCAT (KSA & UAE)



Our values : The 4B’s


Be You, At Laborelec, we encourage you to be yourself and allow your skills and knowledge to shine through.

Be Safe, keeping our employees safe is our top priority.

Become, as a Laborelec employee, you can build your career.

Belong, join our dynamic community at Laborelec and become an integral part of our team. ​​​​​​​​​​​



Our commitment

At ENGIE Laborelec, we are committed to building a team that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve, including people of all races, genders, ages, religions, disabilities, and sexual orientations.



We'd love to hear from you if this opportunity sparks your interest.

Your HR contact:


Isabelle Croiset


E-mail: isabelle.croiset@external.engie.com


Business Unit:  Research & Innovation
Division:  R&I - LABS Laborelec
Contract Type:  Permanent
Job Type:  Full - Time
Professional Experience:  Junior (experience < 3 years)
Education Level:  Technical College Diploma