Meeting a succession of challenges
At the end of 2015, with preparations under way for the mid-life refit of the Charles de Gaulle, Gaëlle took up the position of Nuclear Equipment Flow Manager at the yard: her biggest professional challenge. A huge task, with equally huge implications, and one that lasted 18 months. Afterwards, the SBNI director offered her the opportunity to take charge of the ATD department. A new challenge: “Radiochemistry, managing a team... it was all new to me! But I'm curious and I love challenges!” Gaëlle plans operations, manages her team and also handles relations with the government customer, the Fleet Support Service. The stakes involved in nuclear waste management are very high. “I’m passionate about my work”, she adds.