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Job Opportunities

Challoch Energy is always looking for highly motivated candidates willing to contribute to the transition towards a sustainable energy and transport system.

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Internships

We offer internships to university students on sustainable energy and transport. At Challoch Energy, interns are an integral part of our staff and contribute effectively to our company's everyday work.

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Past interns

“The four months spent at the heart of Challoch Energy have allowed me to discover the inner workings of the renewables energy sector. Being a part of such a close team/family made it possible to collaborate and communicate easily but also to be involved in many different projects from the start. In my case, I was able to research and build techno-economic models for green hydrogen, wind turbine technologies and low-carbon heat networks. Finally, despite the particular circumstances caused by the Covid-19 virus, the company adapted swiftly, kept everyone’s spirits up and continued to positively impact the industry."  Nick Dewachter (January 2020 - May 2020)

"I worked at Challoch Energy for 6 months. During my time here I work on many projects, with a focus on the PACE project. Through this I learnt a lot about the technical side of renewable energies and cogeneration, notably around gas and electrical grid connection. Through this, and my education, I now have a good general knowledge of renewable energies and low carbon sources. I developed numerous skills by working on a real project, these skills will be especially useful when going into my next job. The team was very nice and welcoming and were always there whenever I had a question".  Jason Forster (September 2019 - February 2020)

"I interned at Challoch Energy for 6 months. Not only was I able to put my skills in practice, but I was able to learn how a consulting firm tackles its projects. The close-nit team at Challoch is welcoming, helpful and a source of knowledge that is invaluable. Working at Challoch, I had the freedom to perform my tasks with my own methodology but I also had the guidance of all my co-workers every time that I needed it. It was the perfect balance of self-management and group mentoring, as everyone in the team is ready to help and give advice".  Adriana Calderin (August 2019 - January 2020)

"Working at Challoch has given me the experience to apply what I have learned at university to a real-life project and gain an insight into the process of implementing a project. I feel like I have developed skills by working on a real project which I will be able to use going forward. I also have more of an idea of what I would like to do in the future after completing this internship".  David McCallum (June 2019 - August 2019)

"At Challoch, the small team allows for the intern to ask questions on the go and thus learn very quickly. In Challoch, I gained a lot of expertise in areas such as techno-economic studies, energy policies,technical due diligence and financial modelling."  Miguel Tavares (January 2019 - June 2019)

“Working with Challoch Energy enabled me to work on a broad range of renewable energy-related topics alongside receiving consistent support from senior staff. I was able to use my university knowledge and apply it to help clients benefit from renewables. This has helped me gain a better idea about what I would like to do in the future.”  Andrew Keys (August 2018 - October 2018)