The Company: IES Ltd. develops the Virtual Environment, the world leading building simulation software which enables clients to design high quality and innovative buildings whilst minimising the impact on the environment. The Virtual Environment is the only tool which allows building designers to simulate the full performance of their design. We are recruiting for a Building Simulation Engineer to join our consultancy team.
The Role: IES offers you unparalleled opportunities to build and progress a career in building simulation and, to develop both personally and professionally. You will be responsible for modelling complex projects. You will build detailed models, run simulations of building and mechanical system design alternatives, and advise clients on the results of those simulations. You will have the opportunity to work on challenging, high-profile projects and will be given the encouragement and support to challenge yourself and develop your career, as part of a unique team of building simulation consultants.
The Candidates: We are looking for an experienced Engineer who is keen to develop their career with a company who is at the forefront of building simulation technology. The successful candidate will research and advise on energy usage within buildings, they will also establish control systems in order to monitor operational efficiency and performance of materials and buildings.
Skills include the following:
The Rewards: In return we offer the chance to work for a dynamic company in an exciting and supportive working environment; we will reward you with a competitive salary; private health care; a contributory pension scheme and life insurance.
To Apply: For an informal discussion call the Dublin office on +35318750104 or to apply for the role send a covering letter and CV to email@example.com.
We welcome applications from everyone irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex and sexual orientation. Individuals are treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities.
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