It’s an exciting time at PHIUS! We’re seeing a rapid uptake of the PHIUS+ 2015 Passive Building standard, and growing participation in our professional and product certification programs as well. There’s been a terrific upsurge in project certifications across an increasingly broad array of locales and building typologies. More and more policymakers around the US (and beyond) are writing PHIUS+ 2015 into their programming. With all of this growth, we could use some help! As the leader in North American passive building development, PHIUS is creating and offering unrivalled opportunities in the field. We’re very pleased to be able to announce that the following positions are now available. Please be sure to share with your networks and spread the word!
PHIUS Certification Intern
To meet the growing demand for project certifications, and to provide unparalleled learning opportunities for students pursuing careers in the sustainable building field, we are seeking an Intern to assist the PHIUS project Certification team. Internships are unpaid and require a 3-6 month commitment of 10 hours or more per week. Interns receive PHIUS’ industry-leading Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC©) training at no cost (the training is ordinarily priced at $1,800). The position will be based in PHIUS’ Chicago office.
Download the full job description and application requirements for the PHIUS Certification Internship position here.
PHIUS Communications Intern
We are seeking a talented individual who can support the growth and success of the passive building movement by joining the PHIUS communications team.
This position will entail reporting to and supporting our Communications Manager in projects including, but not limited to: assisting in marketing and organizing the annual conference, soliciting and scheduling webinars, coming up with blog ideas, assembling newsletters, maintaining social media accounts and more. This is a paid part-time position based in Chicago.
WUFI® Passive Plug-In Development Intern
The Fraunhofer Institute of Building Physics (IBP) is seeking a talented individual to develop and implement a plug-in for data exchange between Autodesk® Revit® and the building simulation software WUFI® Passive.
The position will work with, report to, and be supervised by the Department of Hygrothermics at Fraunhofer IBP, an Institute of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft in Germany, but will be located at the PHIUS office in Chicago, IL. The position is unpaid and offers the ideal opportunity for a student to participate in an interesting research project and build upon existing abilities to develop new expertise.