BRE is undertaking a major four year R&D programme in the construction sector together with an alliance of partners and stakeholders. This is to deliver the Construction Innovation Hub (CIH) focusing on offsite construction and digital technologies and processes, supported by a £72m grant from UKRI. The work of the CIH will continue beyond the period of this grant.
We have a number of exciting new roles for Graduate Research Engineers covering a range of disciplines across architectural technology, information management, data science, software development, architecture, mechanical engineering, physics and building science.
These roles will work in a collaborative and multi-disciplinary way across a number of projects related to: building information modelling (BIM); through-life performance of buildings; testing, assessment and modelling of building products and assemblies; standards and regulations and quality management systems.
This is a great opportunity to work on leading edge research in the construction sector, working with a number of expert organisations across the country.
BRE is a world leading, multi-disciplinary, building science centre with a mission to improve buildings and infrastructure, through research, knowledge dissemination and the delivery of a wide range of services.
The role of the Graduate Research Engineer will be to:
You should have:
You will be based at BRE in Watford with regular partner meetings in Coventry, Cambridge and London.
BRE is an equal opportunities employer.
While this advert may state a specific location or hours, we encourage flexibility and are happy to have a conversation on how this role could be fulfilled in a different way.