|Salary||$170,000 - $210,000 + Benefits|
Are you an engineer excited by the potential of large-scale carbon removal? Acre is proud to be working with a cutting-edge tech company ready to revolutionize the potential of carbon capture.
Our client, a tech start-up with the financial backing of some of the world's largest financial institutions, is seeking an Electrodialysis Stack Engineer to join their team. Their mission is to develop globally scalable carbon removal to support a sustainable future for the world's climate.
Their unique carbon-capture technology was developed and proven in Caltech's laboratories and uses established electrochemical concepts to enable gigaton-scalable solutions for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere via direct ocean capture. Their technology captures carbon dioxide using only renewable electricity and ocean water, producing no by-products.
Design and develop next-generation electrodialysis stack from R&D scale to pilot scale
Bottom-up and first principle analysis of new concepts for electrodialysis stacks
Model and analyze novel electrodialysis stack design and operating regimes
Integration and assembly of membranes, spacers, electrodes, and auxiliary components
Evaluate key electrodialysis performance metrics, including energy efficiency, faradic efficiency, and other operating parameters
Design, adapt and implement functional materials and components to improve electrodialysis stack performance
Lead the efforts in safety, best practices in electrodialysis stack assembly, system testing, process development and related activities
Troubleshoot electrodialysis stack integration, assembly and implement improvements as needed
Manage team and foster effective teamwork among engineering staff in a dynamic, fast-paced technical environment
Advanced degree preferred in a related field of study, with specialization in electrodialysis, electrolysis, fuel cell and other electrochemical systems
2+ years of industry experience in electrochemical device design
Hands-on experience and capability to design, assembly, evaluate and diagnose electrodialysis/electrolysis or other electrochemical systems
Ability to generate PFDs, P&IDs, equipment sizing and power requirement to support next-generation stack development
Ability to lead small teams and ability to manage small to medium projects
A strong technical understanding of electrodialysis or other electrochemical systems on the industrial scale for operation and troubleshooting
Always up-to-date with technical reports and published literature; alert technical team of new developments, willingness to test out new concepts to improve performance, yield, etc.
Highly motivated to work in the climate tech, emerging CO2 capture industry in a start-up environment
There is so much work to be done in this space, and our client is just getting started!
Apply now or email Jenny Han Simon at email@example.com to learn more.
Jenny Han Simon