NEW OPENING: Process Modelling Emissions Engineer
Neutreeno is looking for a full-time Process Modelling Emissions Engineer who will be working on a new, scalable carbon measurement engine that evaluates emissions & efficiencies from the production of goods & services.
Neutreeno is a B2B SaaS climate tech spin-out from the University of Cambridge building the world’s first closed loop emissions platform to service the 99% of companies who can’t actually decarbonise.
Neutreeno are a small, collaborative team of world-leading sustainability experts, growing quickly. The group includes IPCC climate scientists, low-carbon tech engineers and is backed by the University of Cambridge Engineering Department’s decarbonisation group, the Cambridge Judge Business School, Entrepreneur First and Cambridge Enterprise.
Neutreeno is a small start-up, moving quickly towards their seed round. You’ll be an integral part of the core team of self-starters, owning multiple projects and thriving wearing multiple hats.
Your task will be to build a new, scalable carbon measurement engine that evaluates emissions & efficiencies from the production of goods & services. You will be working directly with the founder and world-leading low-carbon client scientists to develop high-level frameworks & models that have the potential to globally revolutionise emissions measurement and fundamentally change the way businesses decarbonise without offsetting.
Using their novel process engineering approach you will apply your skillset to measure, analyse and report on, real-world operational corporate datasets from a global enterprise client’s supply chain. Alongside the software developer, you will integrate the models directly into a functioning software web application. This will be instrumental in demonstrating the decarbonisation potential (proof-of-concept) for their seed round.
The role is full time and fixed term for 12 months. Further information about the role, responsibilities, and how to apply can be found here.
Closing date: 29th August 2022
Get in touch if you have any questions about the role.
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