Job opportunity: Energy Consulting Engineer

By Jo Dobson

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Useful Simple Projects is looking for an experienced and passionate Energy Consulting Engineer to join our Sustainability Team, which is undergoing exciting & rapid growth.

The successful candidate must have expertise in energy/building services but also a wider grounding in sustainability.  A deep understanding of building regulations, low and zero carbon energy technologies and other infrastructure, including district heating and combined heat and power and experience in conducting energy audits, producing energy strategies and carrying out renewable energy feasibility studies will also be essential.

You will be a Chartered Engineer and a member of an appropriate professional body such as CIBSE with a strong academic background comprising a BEng/BSc and a Master’s degree in an appropriate engineering/energy related discipline.

Utilising your strong project management skills, you will have the opportunity to work with a broad range of clients including local authorities, private developers, major construction clients and asset owners, directly liaising with clients, engineers and architects.  Our projects are often high profile and diverse – ranging from designing low carbon new builds, to doing feasibility studies for community scale energy infrastructure, to producing energy strategies university campuses; a positive outlook and an excellent ability to communicate clearly and simply will be essential.

Your salary will be based on the skills and experience that you will bring to us.  We offer an excellent range of benefits and wellbeing offerings.  Our offices are based in Central London.

To apply, please send through your application including a covering letter which tells us why you are the person we are looking for, to recruitment@usefulsimple.co.uk  with USP Energy Role in your subject line.

The closing date for applications is 17 August we expect to conduct interviews during August for a September start.

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