• Graduate Analyst

    £28,500 per annum plus excellent benefits
    # of Openings
    Closing Date
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
    Hours Per Week
  • The Team

    Cundall’s leading sustainability & building physics team is a key part of our international business. We pride ourselves on our exemplary track record of designing innovative, sustainable and energy efficient solutions that minimise the use of natural resources.

    The Role

    This is an excellent opportunity for a talented graduate to join the team at our office in central London (St Pauls) to work on some of the most exciting sustainable design projects in the UK and internationally.


    Working under the guidance and supervision of more experienced staff, you will develop your existing knowledge and skills in engineering and analysis to design and implement advanced parametric simulation tools, optimise building performance, and assist with the development of energy, passive design, and sustainability strategies for a broad range of buildings. Over time you will be supported and encouraged to work towards Chartership, through one of our accredited training schemes.

    The Skills

    Educated to degree level in Engineering or a related discipline, you should be comfortable manipulating, analysing, and interpreting data. You should be able to demonstrate an understanding of building physics, particularly in relation to heat transfer and fluid dynamics, energy, daylight, or building systems.


    Experience in either Grasshopper or Dynamo, or at least one modern programming language (e.g. Python, C#, VB) is essential.


    Why Join Cundall?


    Job Description


    Cundall values equality and diversity, and welcomes applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.




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