- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
As a Sustainability Consultant/Energy Engineer with working experience in the Middle East and the UK, I am interested to apply for this opportunity. You may like to know, I was born in London and in the last ten years I was working as Sustainability Consultant in the UK (Birmingham) and then as senior sustainability consultant in UAE and Iran.
My key responsibilities across my career span have included environmental research, lecturing and university tutor, management, field operations, team supervision and leadership as well as client liaison in the construction industry. My performance has been highly appreciated by the management.
My areas of expertise that may be of interest to you include:
o Building performance and building optimization;
o Sustainability strategies;
o Thermal Modeling and Building Physics Design
o Renewable feasibility studies; and
o Building Services Systems Design
Also my MSc degree is Energy and Sustainable Building Design; I believe my level of expertise is appropriate for a position within your organization and I would welcome the opportunity to discuss the job vacancy. I can be contacted easily on my mobile (00447449325359) or via e-mail([email protected]).
Please find attached a copy of my CV for your consideration. I am an excellent candidate for this vacancy as it closely matches my skills and experience. I look forward to hearing from you.
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