BRE’s Sustainable Energy Team provides government, commercial organisations and individuals with technical support on a variety of areas related to the energy performance of buildings. From developing National Calculation Methodologies and tools such as SAP (Standard Assessment Procedure) and SBEM (Simplified Building Energy Model), to undertaking complex dynamic simulations in support of research and consultancy projects, we are involved in a wide range of projects including the creation of new applications and products such as the Excess Cold Calculator, collecting/analysing/building new data repositories in order to inform applied research in the built environment and developing new ideas and products …and much more.
These are all fast-growing business areas and we are looking for creative, inter-disciplinary analytical thinkers with an ability and drive for problem solving, who are eager to learn and develop new skills. If you are a self-starter, capable of working autonomously while being backed up by our growing strong team of people, don’t miss this opportunity!
This role will involve researching and developing methodologies and tools, data analysis and peer checking methods and tools developed by others. The successful candidate will have a degree in a related area such as Engineering, Physics or Mathematics and an understanding of the factors affecting energy use in buildings. This will enable them to actively contribute to all stages and types of building energy modelling projects, from concept and design, through methodology development to implementation, testing, model use and consultancy.
We are happy to provide training to the right individual in our business practices and methods of computer-based research and modelling.
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.