My Client are a highly progressive Engineering Consultancy who are seeking a Sustainability Engineer for their Dublin office.
The successful Sustainability Engineer will design, develop or evaluate energy-related projects or programs to reduce energy costs or improve energy efficiency during the designing, building or re-modelling stages of construction.
They will have an opportunity to work on various project types, including but not limited to Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Residential, Student Accommodation, Commercial, Hotels & Leisure, Energy & Education developments.
The Role:

  • The successful Sustainability Engineer will use IES VE to produce thermal models and simulations related to a range of building projects to demonstrate regulatory compliance (Building Regulations Part L).
  • Produce energy calculations, heating analysis and generate building thermal loads.
  • Carrying out non-domestic BER assessments, & BER upgrade reports, to enable our clients to achieve A or B rated buildings
  • Provide part L and NZEB advice on a range of our projects
  • Conduct site inspections and energy surveys
  • Design energy retrofit systems
  • Glint and Glare analysis
  • Work with models such as IES Virtual Environment for daylighting, glint, and glare analysis

Knowledge & Skills:

  • The successful Sustainability Engineer will have strong knowledge and experience of Irish Building Regulations legislation – this is essential.
  • Excellent report writing and communication skills
  • Commercial and Domestic BER assessments – approved assessor desirable
  • Knowledge of CIBSE, BS, IS and EN Standards
  • Excellent problem-solving, and IT skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills with proven ability to work as part of a team
  • Strong sense of commercial awareness

Education & Experience:

  • The successful Sustainability Engineer will have a Minimum Degree qualification in relevant Engineering discipline.
  • Minimum three years’ experience as a Sustainability Engineer and ideally in a consultancy environment
  • A good understanding of mechanical and electrical services systems and design engineering
  • 1-2 years’ experience in Thermal Modelling using IES VE with a solid understanding of MEP services in addition to a general understanding of current Building Regulations including Part L and Part F
  • Desirable: Qualified Domestic / Non-Domestic Building Energy Rating (BER) Assessor
  • Experience in NEAP, Daylight, Thermal comfort and Heating and cooling calculations
  • Experience in Part L compliance calculations for Domestic / Non- Domestic applications
  • Working towards Chartered status or professional membership of Engineer’s Ireland is desirable


  • €40,000 to €50,000 – Dependent on Experience
  • Paid Overtime / Time in Lieu / Flexitime
  • Performance based Annual Bonus Payment
  • Pension Scheme (after two years’ service)
  • Wellbeing Allowance
  • Staff Social nights
  • Work from home flexibility
  • Performance & Development Management
  • Full access to Tech Database
  • Educational support including Chartership
  • 1 extra week’s paid leave on reaching 5th Anniversary

To register your interest, please forward your CV to Jennie Hoare at For further information, please feel free to contact me on +353 (83) 012 5116 or +353 1 513 4797.
If you are seeking a position but the above doesn’t match your criteria, please do not hesitate to contact me as many other exciting opportunities exist nationwide.

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