This is a key role, working within a highly focused team. You will act as the technical expert within CSBT. You will be expected to capture the innovation employed in the construction and operation of the Green Build Hub and to adapt it into suitably targeted training modules. You will plan, package and communicate this knowledge whilst building a strong network of collaborators / suppliers, alongside day-to-day management of clients using CSBT's Green Build Hub (GBH)
Applications by 5.00pm on 19 September 2014. Interviews will be held the week commencing 29 September, with a view to making the job offer 3 October and role start date to follow as soon as possible after that. This job is an initial 12 month fixed term contract.
Green Build Hub, The Eden Project, St Austell, Cornwall.
Salary: £28,000 - £38,000
CSBT wants to work with all parties in the UK who are in the business of providing sustainable and replicable solutions to demonstrate how we can effectively adapt our buildings and lifestyles to climatic changes and resource depletion.
Over the summer CSBT has invited regional industry to join us for a series of Green Build Hub (GBH) Collaborator events, including a Collaborators Supper and Open Supply Day event. These occasions provide an up-to-date insight into this exemplar project as it develops, access to training on subjects like BIM, as well as an opportunity to work together to collaborate during the crucial detailed design stage and beyond.
CSBT is delighted to welcome TClarke to the team, who were awarded the M&E contract this month!
Drop us an email at email@example.com if you are interested in being a part of this innovative collaborative project.
CSBT Hosts SHADOW Partner Meeting
SHADOW is an Anglo-French convergence for the eco design of low ecological footprint buildings, led by French partner Les 7 Vents. A project co-financed by the European Union under INTERREG IV A France (Manche) England and the REXEL foundation.
Last week saw the second partner meeting, hosted by CSBT at the Eden Project. The agenda highlighted opportunities for knowledge transfer and best practice including:
Development of demonstration sites
Presentations on the UK BREEAM system and French counterpart HQE
Communications and capacity building of stakeholders, and
Key thematic topics on embodied energy, mirco production of energy and smart buildings.
The Eden Project venue provided an opportunity for colleagues not only to visit the Green Build Hub site ahead of breaking ground early next month, but also to explore some of the more adventurous activities currently on offer at Eden!
AECB Conference 2014
This summer saw the annual AECB conference held at the historic Wills Hall in Bristol 11-12 July. European Project Manager on ECOBEE, Nicole Solomons attended in earnest, speaking with many of the exhibitors regarding innovation in the industry and engaging in a selection of the technical seminars on offer - from Andy Hamilton describing the challenges of retrofitting an older building to COP figures in air source heat pump monitoring.