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24 Nov 2019

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Are you interested in working for a young and dynamic think tank where your personal initiative and creativity can be put into practice every day?

We work to support Europe’s climate change objectives. We analyse which policies really reduce CO2 emissions, what innovative ideas can accelerate the transformation of the building sector and how governments, stakeholders and civil society can work together to make buildings fit for a sustainable future. Our work concentrates on Europe and its member states, but we are also increasing our activities outside the EU. Yes, we want to save the planet, one brick at a time!

BPIE’s team is a multi-national and dynamic group of dedicated individuals working in collaborative projects in a results-oriented trustful and open-minded atmosphere.

BPIE is a non-profit think tank located in Brussels, with additional offices in Bucharest, Warsaw and Berlin, dedicated to improving the energy performance of buildings across Europe. BPIE provides open-source research, analysis, knowledge-sharing and advisory activities to the European Institutions, policy-makers in EU Member States and neighbouring countries, the scientific community as well as private sector stakeholders and the civil society.

Are you charmed? Convinced? Send us your application and come meet us!


Working in our research team, you will be trained to provide support and will:

  • Contribute to research activities (technical projects)
  • Support the identification of potential data sources
  • Collect and analyse data and produce summary reports


  • Degree in engineering, architecture, or similar
  • Good understanding of energy efficiency technologies for buildings
  • Excellent knowledge of English, other European languages are an asset
  • Affinity with the mission of BPIE
  • Citizen of an EU country


BPIE offers a 6-month internship in the framework of the “Convention d’immersion professionnelle” with possibility of extension based in Brussels ideally starting the week of 6 January 2020 under Belgian law.


A CV and cover letter in English should be sent to Anne-Sophie Nollet, before November 24, 2019.

Please make sure to include the job title “Research Internship” and your name in the subject line of the email.
The shortlisted candidates will be invited for a first round of interviews at the beginning of December 2019.

While we will take all received applications into consideration, we regret that we are able to communicate only with the candidates selected for interview.

Please, no telephone calls.

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