Job Title: Building Physics EngineerJob Area EdinburghJob Salary: £30k-£40kJob Type: Building Services
Your new company
Our client are a group of award-winning, highly trusted consulting engineers working in the Mechanical, Electrical, Structural, Civil, and Energy disciplines. They have 5 offices across the UK and around 200 staff in total. This organisation operate strongly across all sectors including Education, Commercial, Industrial, Sports & Leisure, Residential, Retail and more. Projects can vary from small works to £100m +. They are currently seeking a Building Performance Engineer to join their Edinburgh office, who will use the combination of technical knowledge and problem-solving skills to improve the performance of building systems and reduce their environmental impact.
Your new role
Conduction energy audits and assessments of buildings to identify areas for improvement.
Developing and implementing strategies to improve the energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings.
Creating dynamic energy models using modelling software such as IES.
Carrying out BREEAM reports and TM54 reports.
Designing and testing HVAC systems to ensure they meet performance standards.
Staying up to date with the latest trends and technologies in building performance engineering.
What you’ll need to succeed
A BSc/MSc or BEng / MEng in a subject related to Environmental Management, Sustainability, the Built Environment or Engineering.
A good understanding of the fundamental principles of sustainability and a well-read knowledge of global, national and regional issues will allow you to communicate the need for environmental design with passion, conviction and reasoning
Experience using energy modelling software (eg IES, EnergyPLus, eQuest)
An ability to communicate effectively, be client-facing and write concise and clear reports.
A detailed knowledge of the measures and systems for reducing carbon emissions within the built environment, including energy demand reduction, renewable energy generation, and low carbon energy supply and demand management options
What you’ll get in return
33 days holiday including publics
1 Paid professional membership per year
Cycle to work
What you need to do now
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