Working student (m/f/d)

About us

At heatbeat engineering we help energy suppliers, municipal utilities and Project developers to better plan and improve their heat and cooling networks operate. We develop new methods and models for the simulation of complex energy systems and apply them to exciting projects for our customers. With our way of working, we find ourselves at the interface between engineering performance, software development and digitization. In doing so, we aim to make an important contribution to the transformation of the energy supply and to find innovative and sustainable solutions.

Your tasks

As a working student (m/f/d) you are a full member of our team. This gives you the opportunity to take on responsibility and gain valuable experience in our project work. You will support us with the following tasks:

  • Preparation and evaluation of measurement and input data for the analysis and modeling of buildings and thermal networks
  • Development of automated database processes for input, measurement and simulation data
  • Realization of simulation studies for buildings and thermal networks in our projects
  • Participation in the continuous improvement of our processes and products
Working hours are 10-20 hours per week and can be flexible. The work can be done in our office at Theaterstr. or remotely. We will provide you with the necessary equipment.

Your skills

To support us in the application and development of modern simulation tools for complex energy systems, you ideally already bring the following skills:

  • Very good knowledge of energy technology from your studies (e.g. mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, civil or environmental engineering, physics or a similar field)
  • Knowledge of programming with Python and experience in modeling and simulation is an advantage, but not mandatory
  • High reliability and good self-organization

Application

We are looking forward to your application. If you are interested in this job, just send us a short e-mail with your CV and we'll get back to you. The contact person for your application is Peter Remmen.



published on: March 8, 2021, 10:22 a.m.

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