$80K — $100K *
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s (PNNL) Buildings & Connected Systems Group performs applied research to enhance the energy and water efficiency, occupant productivity, and resilient operation of buildings and their connected energy and water systems. Our core research capabilities span building energy simulation, building performance evaluation, building control system optimization, and site-level assessment and planning for energy and water resilience.
The Building & Connected Systems group at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) seeks a mid-level Computer Scientist to participate in the research and development of its building performance rating and analysis tools. This includes the use of formal software engineering training to lead and participate in the development and integration of building-science models with cloud-based technologies to provide science-based assessment of building related energy systems. The position involves leading and directing systems engineering, software engineering, model integration, and development of production quality, as well as cloud-based software systems that help transition building-science technology to governmental, commercial, and residential consumers. It also involves the development of new computational tools that advance the building-science R&D portfolio at PNNL.
The successful candidate will also be able to contribute to data management, data transformation, and data sciences activities being performed within the group. This includes contributing to technologies used to describe buildings, energy-consuming components, and other building related data, and conducting activities such as data modeling and numerical representation of building data, cross-platform data transformation, regression analysis of building data, and related analyses.
Key responsibilities will include:
The successful candidate will be accountable to:
The ideal candidate will bring to this position the following:
Valid through: 8/13/2020