• Building performance
  • Create to innovate
  • Cement, concrete, aggregates
  • Respect the environment : a priority
Géologues en carrière

The Central Quarry Department employs a versatile team of professionals to serve the Group’s cement works, aggregate subsidiaries and other entities. From research to operations, members possess the technical, scientific, administrative and legal know-how necessary to manage resources, maintain quality control, ensure compliance and perform other duties integral to the department's success.

We are hiring:

  • land surveyors
  • geologists and mining engineers in charge of studies
  • operations engineers

Your skills:

  • engineering degree
  • background in geology 

Jobs spotlight:

Registered land surveyor


  • topography: taking measurements, determining earthwork projects, civil engineering
  • topographic surveying: surveillance of works distortion, adjusting machinery and periodic assessment of unstable terrain
  • drawing topographical plans 

Profile sought: 

  • hardworking, strong organizational skills
  • analytical orientation
  • ability to recap


  • experience in shelf-listing in similar positions
  • knowledge of industrial measurements a plus
  • thorough grasp of GPS contour mapping in real-time and robotic stations
  • AutoCAD and COVADIS proficiency
Géomètre sur le terrain

Patrick, registered land surveyor

"I first joined the Group in 1994, when a new position was created. Initially, I worked on updating quarries, then gradually, different needs were identified. I managed to cater to these thanks to my various experiences and skills. I have built on my experience in civil engineering, earthwork and topographic surveying to extend my skills as I serve Vicat. I get to travel a lot in France and abroad. Recently, I surveyed the three huge Sococim Industries quarries, in Senegal. I was able to show quarry developments and imagine a future phasage operation. For me, this is above all an in-the-field position". 

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