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THIS INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO GREEN SKILLS FOR JOBS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP PARTICIPANTS.
About the Research Internship
Climate Emergency Whole Building Retrofit Planning - Internship Opportunity.
This role would ideally suit a student of Environmental Engineering, Architecture or Interiors.
The intern will work with George Lovesmith, Watershed and their Grade II listed building on a Whole Building Retrofit Plan.
Number of roles:
Deadline for application:
30 June 2023.
Main purpose of role
Working with George Lovesmith (artist & architect) alongside UWE Bristol's strategic partner Watershed and their Grade II listed building to creatively co-create and prototype a Whole Building Retrofit Plan.
Testing and translating nationally developed LETI (Low Energy Transition Initiative) guidance for Domestic Buildings for this Non-Domestic context & sharing the arising learning as a case study/Whole Building Retrofit Plan template for others to utilise.
What would you be doing?
The intern will have the opportunity to gain experience such as:
Surveying the fabric of a heritage building.
Evaluating retrofit options.
Calculating corresponding energy losses/savings, carbon implications and energy costs.
Where is the opportunity based?
This role will involve some time on site in central Bristol at Watershed.
The intern should at least be in the first year of a university degree in a relevant subject.
This role would ideally suit a student of Environmental Engineering, Architecture or Interiors - or other build environment subjects.
Knowledge, Skills, Competencies and Experience
An interest in building retrofit, construction, heritage conservation or building physics.
An interest in applications to tackle the climate crisis.
Please submit a CV and covering letter to George Lovesmith at firstname.lastname@example.org