Come Join us at SLB New Energy (SNE) and be part of an innovative team to build the future.
We launched SLB New Energy in 2020 to apply our domain expertise in areas adjacent to our existing activities and leverage our global footprint and execution platform to realize new energy and transition opportunities at scale. Using partnership models and our experience in technology industrialization, we are expanding into energy verticals beyond oil and gas. The diverse New Energy portfolio includes ventures in carbon capture and sequestration, energy storage, geothermal power, geoenergy for heating and cooling, sustainable battery-grade lithium, and hydrogen as an energy carrier.
Celsius Energy is a one of these ventures, it is story of three engineers, brought together by their commitment to the environment, who chose to use their expertise to the meet the challenge of our times; fighting climate change. The observation? Heating and cooling of buildings comprises 25% of CO2 emissions worldwide, however, 70% of the energy necessary to meet these needs is right under our feet, in a continuous and endless manner. Our mission is climate: connect buildings to the earth to (re)connect the company to climate challenges, making low-carbon buildings on a large scale. Our solution is a highly optimized ground-source heat pump system for both new buildings and renovations with applicability even in dense urban areas with:
1. A scientifically dimensioned geothermal borehole arrangement as driven by thermal capacity of drilled test well(s) and building energy consumption to ensure geothermal resource right-sizing.
2. A pyramid-shaped geothermal energy exchanger equipped with closed double-U loops to minimize surface footprint and maximize thermal exploitation of the underground.
3. A digital control to minimize electricity consumption and maximize geothermal resource performance and longevity in real time.
Today, Celsius Energy is an expert, committed multidisciplinary team connected to its ecosystem: companies, private and public participants, engineers, researchers, and partners. We are working for the general public by developing our solution and continually improving its performance. We want to accelerate the movement of a massive and indispensable energy transition for our society. We bring teams together around our expertise and connect all trades necessary to deploy a turnkey solution in line with our values and ambitions. Celsius Energy has been recognized by the U.N. as one of the 50 most promising solutions for the futureof climate worldwide and is a recipient of the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution label; selected from among low-carbon solutions by the Sekoya and IFPEB/Carbon 4 platforms.
The Geothermal HVAC Engineer will be responsible for designing Geothermal HVAC solutions for buildings in light of measured thermal needs, existing HVAC solutions in place and thermal properties of the subsurface. The Geothermal HVAC Engineer will also support installation and commissioning of the HVAC solution through technical specification and execution documents, oversight, and collaboration with extended teams and act as the subject matter expert on the designed solution.
Roles and Responsibilities:
In the preliminary design phase, the Geothermal HVAC Engineer will support thermal audits of the building to determine a thermal load profile and develop an understanding of the current operational characteristics of the HVAC solution in place. The Geothermal HVAC Engineer will collaborate with internal teams, external subcontractors, and the client to make these determinations. The Geothermal HVAC Engineer will also collaborate with internal subsurface thermal resource experts on the thermal properties of the ground. With these inputs, multiple high level geothermal HVAC solutions will be evaluated and weighed against client objectives with the selection of a single solution to move into the detailed design phase. Key deliverables of the preliminary design phase are:
In the detailed design phase, the Geothermal HVAC Engineer will further develop the selected geothermal solution to enable installation. Collaboration with internal teams, external subcontractors, and the client will continue throughout this phase to ensure proposed cost/benefits are realized and any changes are properly reviewed. The key deliverables of the detailed design phase are:
In the installation phase, the Geothermal HVAC Engineer will collaborate with the internal project management team and external subcontractors to oversee the installation, manage site challenges/constraints and necessary adaptations and update all technical documents accordingly. The Geothermal HVAC Engineer will ensure integrity in the installation per design and verify conformity with industry standards and applicable regulations. The Geothermal HVAC Engineer will participate in coordination meetings with internal teams, external subcontractors, and the client to review installation progress, issues/risks, and next steps and may be required to write and disseminate reports.
In the commissioning phase, the Geothermal HVAC Engineer will support system commissioning and its proper functioning. The Geothermal HVAC Engineer will provide a commissioning checklist for control of all equipment and system commissioning protocols with clear steps to follow and checks to be performed.
At project end, the Geothermal HVAC Engineer will participate in an inspection of the installation and collect and draft a list of reserves and non-conformities in the execution of the work. The Geothermal HVAC Engineer will assemble all technical documentation for the installation, commissioning, and operations of the geothermal system and provide to the client for future reference.
Beyond project-centered design and installation, the Geothermal HVAC Engineer liaises with key technical resources in France for knowledge-sharing and continuous improvement in technology selection and solution design practices and operational planning and execution. As Celsius Energy is a startup, the Geothermal HVAC Engineer will work in a small team, with a focus on agility and continuous improvement for the long-term, strategic success of the company.
Qualifications and Experience:
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