Graduate Opportunity: Heat Recovery System Designer
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated graduate to play a lead role in a strategic two year collaborative project between Efficient Air Ltd, based in Polegate, East Sussex and the University of Brighton. The project is to develop and embed a capability for modelling, specifying, optimising and commissioning Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) electrical generation systems for waste heat recovery in commercial steam boiler applications.
Efficient Air is a UK market leader providing a range of energy and carbon saving solutions for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to owner/operators of large buildings.
This opportunity, as part of the government’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme, will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to lead a project which is key to the future growth of the company while playing a key role in taking to market an innovative system which will deliver financial and environmental benefits. If relevant, the successful candidate will also have the opportunity to register for a funded higher degree such as an MSc.
Key attributes: 2:1 or above Honours Degree in a relevant subject such as Mechanical Engineering or Physics, ideally to have included a period of industry placement with supervisory experience.
The package: Early responsibility for a high profile project, a generous dedicated personal development budget and the opportunity to register for a funded higher degree where appropriate.
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