As one of the leading low energy and MEP design consultancies, you'll become a key part of the building performance engineering team and work on £5 - £50M projects.

Supported by the Chartered Sustainability Director and Chartered Sustainability Associate; you'll develop a very holistic understanding of building sciences and building services.

You'll enjoy a diverse role consisting of building physics, Passivhaus, thermal and energy modelling, climate-based daylighting modelling, sunlight analysis, thermal comfort studies, indoor air quality studies, net zero energy building design and innovative energy strategies.

You'll take a holistic approach and ensure the buildings you model, achieve greater building performance and promote best practice low carbon design.


  • CIBSE Approved Training and Development program
  • 25 days leave 3 additional days for Xmas 8 Bank Holidays.
  • 8% employer pension
  • 5 hour working week with flexible hours and the option of a 9-day fortnight.
  • Discretionary annual bonus.

Key duties;

  • Ensuring Sustainability is integrated with the MEP design.
  • Liaising with clients and helping them achieve their sustainability aspirations.
  • Able to apply Passivhaus methods to large scale, education, hotel or mixed-use developments.
  • Prepare Sustainability Statement and energy strategies to support planning applications.
  • Assist with Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) to calculate embodied carbon assessments.
  • Use BREEAM, WELL, LEED or Greenstar environmental rating tools.
  • Carry our R&D work in order to develop new workstreams or tools.

Carry out Post Occupancy Evaluations (POE) and seek to close the energy performance gap.

  • Remain active in sustainability initiatives such as LETI, EPG or NLA.
  • Attend regular CPD's and work towards becoming a Chartered Engineer.


  • Degree qualified in Engineering, Sustainability, Architecture or Energy Engineering.
  • At least three years' experience in a similar role.
  • Able to use IESVe, PHPP and Revit.

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