We are currently recruiting for a multidisciplinary consultancy in Swindon who are currently on the lookout for a graduate building physics engineer to come on board and join their growing building services team. This company is well known for working on a wide variety of projects. This position will to be work in the MEP and sustainability team of this consultancy and therefore you will need to have demonstrable experience working on these types of projects.
- Obtain the necessary information both internally and externally from Architects, Quantity Surveyors and Design Consultants for the design to proceed.
- Support the design team and ensure compliance with all Statutory and Regulatory obligations.
- Ensure the Design Team is kept fully informed of all technical and other information necessary for the duration of the project.
- Produce all related design information, ensure that all calculations are prepared and signed off in accordance with the requirements of the IMS, relevant Standards and Codes of Practice and conform to our internal processes and methodology's.
- Undertake advanced IES modelling, including Apache HVAC, Part L, and EPC analysis and Operation Energy Modelling
- Have the ability to prepare clear concise reports and Technical notes to communicate with internal and external clients.
- Untaken quality reviews of all aspects of modelling work.
- Ability to work accurately, independently and efficiently, and to take ownership of projects.
- Be an effective communicator and team worker.
- Be proactive about self-development, ideally being close to achieving Chartered Engineer status.
- Ability to assist in the management of tasks for junior and trainee engineers.
- knowledge of IES, working knowledge of Revit, Window and Thermo software, Python scripting and excel would be an advantage
- Degree educated in mechanical engineering, building services, or similar/related discipline.
- Ideally, a CIBSE EPC and low carbon energy assessment qualification or advance knowledge with a view of gaining accreditation.