Discover the portrait of Clara, Sourced Quality Design Project Manager on the Is-sur-Tille site.
On the occasion of the Industry Week which takes place from November 21 to 27, let's discover the employees who contribute to the life of our industrial sites in France.
Industry is all about endurance. Long-term projects to continuously innovate and offer consumers products that make their daily lives easier. Among these "athletes" of the Industry, Clara. When all the details count, when you have to persevere to make things happen in the four corners of the world.
Yes, working in a school as a math teacher was a true dream! In fact, Industry was a totally unknown field...
Simply my engineering studies. After obtaining my Scientific Baccalaureate in China, I came to France to enter a program of IUT of Physical Measures. Then, after passing the examination, I spent 3 years at the Arts et Métiers ParisTech school (ENSAM) in a general engineering program. There, it was while doing internships in the cosmetics sector that I discovered the Industry and developed a passion for products that make people's daily lives easier.
Absolutely! What's more, SEB has a strong taste for innovation. Everyone in the Group is focused on innovation... and I liked that right away. Not to mention the international dimension. In the course of my work, I am regularly in contact with employees in Japan and China... my Chinese origins obviously make exchanges much easier!
Yes, I like the Is-sur-Tille site as much as my work itself, a human-sized site with a good atmosphere.
I am a project manager for sourced quality design... in short, I take care of product quality from the design and development phase to the end of its life on the market, at the commercial level. It is a multidisciplinary and transverse mission that requires a lot of versatility! But also concentration, analysis and exchanges with multiple interlocutors! Human contact is fundamental.
It's true that it's a job that requires stamina, because there is a lot of follow-up, on the long term, especially to improve the post-production quality and to put in place possible corrective actions.
Like in boxing or body combat, which I practice every other day.
Yes, it gives me energy, and the desire to fight every day to advance the projects I have. Most recently, the development of a "user-friendly cooking" product.
I love all the products I am in charge of but if I have to choose one, I would say the kettle that our team is developing for the Japanese market: the Aprecia Lock!
Is-sur-Tille has 46 years of expertise in deep fryers, but that is not its only asset. Its industrial resources, as well as the know-how of its teams, enable it to assemble products such as the Actifry, the Cookeo or the Angell bicycle.
The site also has a skills center for the development of the "E-cooking" and "Breakfast & Beverage" product families, a digital development center (connected systems) and a "mobility" center created under the impetus of the partnership with Angell. Is-sur-Tille is thus supporting the development of more than 25 product families