Combustion Engineer position
Energy is one of the major issues of the 21st Century. Any effort resulting in a noticeable reduction in energy consumption by means of a technological leap is a major civic, ecological and economical act. Heating of buildings is one of the largest consumers of energy. In France, for example, buildings consume 32% of all energy and generate 25% of greenhouse gas emissions, with heating alone accounting for 70% of the consumption generated from the housing sector.
boostHEAT SAS is an SME, with a dozen employees and created in March 2011, whose business is to develop an innovative solution to promote energy efficiency in heating systems. boostHEAT achieves the merging of two tried and tested heating technologies: the gas boiler and the heat pump. The innovation is based on an original and patented thermal compression component allowing the development of a new generation of heating systems that reduce consumption by 25 to 60% through the heat pump effect.
boostHEAT recruits an experienced engineer (5 years) in the field of boiler burners. boostHEAT is developing different products that range from domestic boilers (15-20kW) to boilers for collective and tertiary applications (up to 150kW). The task of the engineer is to intervene in some research and development (R & D) on the burner and heat exchangers and incorporating associated elements related to:
– Design (design, modeling, CAD)
– Research and component suppliers,
– The integration of technical aspects of gas standards
– Monitoring prototyping and preproduction with industrial partners,
– Bench tests (thermal performance, emissions, regulation, modulation, power etc..).
From university or engineering school, the candidate should be graduate with a master of heat transfer and combustion. The candidate must have a first concrete industrial experience in the field of boilers and a good knowledge of the environment of the gas. The candidate would ideally have a first experience at a boilermaker. Technical English fluently. The job is based in Toulouse.