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(Senior) Project Manager - Sustainable Energy in the built environment

Are you interested in working for a dynamic think tank supporting climate change actions and sustainable energy policy in the built environment? Would you like to work in a multinational team where personal initiative, creativity and innovation are valued and put into practice every day?

We are growing our team in Brussels and Berlin and are offering several opportunities in our centrally located offices in these two exciting cities.

We work to realise Europe’s climate change objectives. We analyse which building policies really reduce CO2 emissions, what innovative ideas can accelerate the transformation of the building sector and how governments, stakeholders and civil society can work together to make buildings fit for a sustainable, zero carbon future. Our work concentrates on Europe and its member states, but we are also increasing our activities outside the EU.

BPIE’s team is a multi-national enthusiastic and committed group who enjoys collaborating with international partners and has a result-oriented and analytical work culture in a trustful and open-minded atmosphere.

Come and join BPIE as

(Senior) Project Manager – Sustainable Energy in the built environment

BPIE’s project portfolio includes a broad variety of assignments, ranging from multi-year projects in large European consortia to short term analysis with a high political relevance.

As (Senior) Project Manager you will have the opportunity to work in teams depending on your experience and expertise.

DESIRABLE EXPERTISE FOR BOTH LEVELS (Senior project manager and project manager)

You should have experience in and knowledge of one or more of the topics below:

  • Policy analysis in the areas of energy efficiency, renewable energy in buildings, smart buildings and the wider energy system.
  • Design of innovative policies, regulations, support schemes or financing programmes.
  • Impact assessment and evaluation, in particular of building policies and programmes.
  • Indoor environmental quality and multiple benefits of improved building performance.
  • Urban regeneration, sustainable city policies or smart districts.
  • Modelling of energy demand and greenhouse gas emission scenarios.
  • Multiple benefits of renovation beyond energy.
  • Adaptation strategies for the built environment to climate change impacts.
  • Stakeholder consultation on policy issues and economic instruments.

PERSONAL INTERESTS & SKILLS

  • Ability to work with tight deadlines and manage/ contribute to several projects simultaneously.
  • Willingness to work in a small, multi-national team and to be a pro-active and constructive team player.
  • Ability and willingness to travel, primarily in Europe.
  • A passion to fight climate change.

To be a successful candidate, you need proven experience as described above, be a team player with a drive to improve and innovate policy making in the field of energy and buildings and be enthusiastic about working in a multinational and dynamic team.

More about the positions’ requirements in the job offer below

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