Portrait of Djamila Mze Hamadi, Indian Ocean Development Manager.
Hello Djamila, first of all, could you describe your career?
Of Malagasy and Comorian origin, I completed all my schooling under the sun in Marseilles where I obtained my baccalaureate in medico-social science in 2004. I then left in 2006 to join a small stone lost in the Indian Ocean: Mayotte.
Very attracted by the administrative trades, I worked as a secretary in a real estate development company. It was only in 2008 that I had the opportunity to integrate a company specializing in the commercialization, design and operation of photovoltaic plants. At that time, there was everything to do on the territory and I lived 8 good years full of equally ambitious projects.
The climate of insecurity being very present on Mayotte, I made the decision to leave the island to land at its neighbor «Reunion Island» in 2015.
Could you describe your position, your assignments at Amarenco?
I am currently development officer at Amarenco Indian Ocean for about 5 months. This position follows a logical evolution after more than 12 years of experience as an administrative assistant in the renewable energy sector. My missions are varied and all interesting at each level of development of a project.
I organize and develop the commercial strategy of projects in 100 KWc, I work closely with business providers to ensure the entry of viable projects in our portfolios, I define and organize the development phase by ensuring legal and administrative follow-up of projects, I am also in support of the construction department.
All my missions allow me to accompany the projects from the initial phase to the final phase: this is for me and I think for many of us a great professional satisfaction.
Why did you choose to work at Amarenco?
I chose to work at Amarenco because it is a young and dynamic company, with prospects of interesting developments in a sector that I like.
Little lighter touch: what are your passions in life?
I am passionate about renovation and decoration. I like to renovate, give a new life to objects, rooms… I spend a lot of time doing and redoing my interior decoration, the idea being to feel in a different place while entering the same room.