CHAM strives to provide a first class service that spans a wide variety of market sectors across the globe. In order to deliver this superior service level we place great importance on the calibre of our staff. We currently have vacancies at our Wimbledon office for Project Engineers within our CFD Applications team.
This team creates user-friendly "app packages" for use by engineers, architects, environmental specialists, university lecturers and students who are concerned with particular equipment items and engineering processes.
The team also uses and creates such packages as part of an extensive range of project work conducted for consultancy clients, to whom it provides the heat– and fluid–flow simulations which they require.
New Project Engineers will work within a small team to product technically successful and financially profitable products. In addition they are encouraged to liaise actively with staff regarding project initiation, marketing and sales.
Experience of CFD modelling techniques is highly desirable. However, training in advanced CFD techniques will also be provided.
Applicants are invited to send accounts of the following in the form of a cover letter, and a CV:
- Educational qualifications.
- Computational Fluid Dynamics experience.
- Personal skills and qualities.
- Career ambitions.
Competitive remuneration package offered.
Applications via email should be sent to email@example.com subject heading "Project Engineer Application – (Your Name)".
Alternatively, submissions can be made by post to the following address:
Concentration, Heat and Momentum Limited
40 High Street
London, SW19 5AU,
CHAM accepts direct applications only and does not process submissions via Agencies.
CHAM is looking for one or two new Project Engineers. Please see the Vacancies Section of this website for full information.
Professor Brian Spalding received a degree of Doctor of Science honoris causa from Imperial College at the beginning of May. Brian has been associated with IC from 1954 when he was invited to join from Cambridge. He started as Reader in Applied Heat, in 1958 was appointed to the Chair of Heat Transfer and, subsequently was also Head of the Computational Fluid Dynamics Unit. He remained Professor of Heat Transfer and Head of CFD until his retirement in 1988. The doctorate was awarded for services to science and to CFD of which he is a founding father.
ACADS-BSG, CHAM's Agent in Australia, will be exhibiting PHOENICS/FLAIR at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, May 20-22 on Stand 17, at ARBS 2014. They will be demonstrating examples of car-park fires and applications relevant to the HVAC industry. Click here for further information.
Shanghai Feiyi has arranged a user meeting on May 20,21 2014 in Hangzhou city, Zhejiang Province where the Beta-release version of PHOENICS-2014 will be demonstrated. Click here for further information.