Building Physics Engineer


This an exciting opportunity for a Building Physics Engineer who is looking to progress to a senior level within the industry for a dynamic and innovative engineering consultancy based in the centre of Manchester. The successful candidate will be able to work on a range of multidisciplined projects across the UK.

Role responsibilities include:

  • Provide building energy consumption and embodied carbon services across all stages of their projects
  • Be a key figure in spreading the clients’ key values at meetings and professional network conventions
  • Identify and obtain opportunities for the client to enhance personal career development and enhancement

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Previous experience within Building Physics Engineering role at an intermediate level, whilst possessing a drive to progress to a senior level
  • Experience with IES-VE software to carry out Part L and Part O assessments in accordance to CIBSE TM52 and TM59
  • Experience with NABERS assessments and HVAC design
  • Working towards or ideally achieved Low Carbon Energy Assessor accreditation through CIBSE
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills

Benefits of the role include:

  • Competitive salary
  • Hybrid working
  • Paid professional institute membership
  • Opportunities for career and professional development
  • Contributory pension scheme

If This role interests you or if you are interested in searching for other roles relating to sustainability please feel free to contact Ben Moore on 01792 365008 or email There are many more roles available on our website at This is a permanent role.

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