Employ your Expertise + Our Technology to decarbonize the planet We are a sustainable heat and power technology company that helps buildings and homeowners save money, reduce carbon emissions, and increase resiliency. Our mission is to decarbonize building energy with our breakthrough combined heat-and-power products and direct hydrogen production technology. As a venture backed startup with $40+M raised and support from prominent investors like Bill Gates, we have the resources and team to truly change the world. As we are on the cusp of announcing industry partnerships and approaching commercialization, we are looking for a skilled Physical Chemist to join our team. We have enormous potential for learning, impact, and growth. With your Physical Chemistry background, you will design and perform high-quality experimentation and analysis, build empirical models, and report conclusions. We want you to push beyond existing performance bounds and actively contribute to the ideation of new research directions. Working with a super talented and dedicated team of physicists, chemists, and engineers, you will help us continue to move fast as we outpace larger companies and achieve what they are unable to achieve. 3 Awesome reasons to work here: Top Funding from prominent investors and partners Opportunity to join a top team of R&D scientists from multiple disciplines Top benefits and options as we move to commercialization What you will be doing You will work with an interdisciplinary group of physicists, chemists, and engineers developing and testing our cutting-edge thermionic converter technology. This role involves high-quality experimentation on electrode surface chemistry and developing chemical models for vapor-solid-surface equilibrium systems. Responsibilities include:Lead the design and construction of robust test setupsDesign and execute high-quality experimentsAnalyze data to build empirical models and report conclusionsContribute to new research directions and push beyond existing performance boundsThrive as an independent researcher or technical lead of a team as work requires. What you need for this Position: Because of the elevated experience required for this role, we believe you should have a master' s degree or higher in Physical Chemistry, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, or related. This is a hands-on role, and you should be comfortable executing experimentation on electrode surface chemistry and developing chemical models for vapor-solid-surface equilibrium systems. You should also have:MS or PhD in Physical Chemistry, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, or related fieldFamiliarity with the concepts and principles of surface chemistry and vacuum systemsExperience in commercial R&D designing, building, and operating prototypes, test setups, or custom measurement or characterization equipment, as well as designing experiments and analyzing dataExperience independently driving research projectsExperience with high vacuum or ultra-high vacuum systemsClear, effective, and efficient technical communication with scientists and engineers of diverse backgrounds PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:R&D experience in a start-up companyFamiliarity with design of experiments (DOE) and statistical methods for data analysis and/or process controlExpertise with chemical or trace gas analyses in ultra-high vacuum systems, including residual gas analyzers, mass spectrometers, plasma diagnostics, XPS, UPS, TPRS/TPD, electron spectroscopy, or optical techniquesExpertise in gas-surface reaction thermodynamics and kinetics, including kinetic theory of gases, multi-species adsorption and evaporation and techniques of surface engineeringBasic familiarity with automation of instrumentation and data acquisition using Python, MATLAB, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, LabVIEW, or similarExperience leading teams in the design, construction, execution, and analysis of experiments
Craft Recruiting • Kirkland, U.S.
JOB DESCRIPTIONWe are a billion-dollar supplier and manufacturer of Life Science equipment that is experiencing tremendous growth both internally and through acquisition. As such, we are expanding our manufacturing operations. We make a line of medical supplies used by laboratories and pharmaceutical companies. We are looking for someone with a strong background in Polymer Process Engineering to be part of a new product development group. You will scale up and validate plastic forming processes used to manufacture new products. You will served as a subject matter expert and oversee work in our lab. 3 Awesome reasons to work here :Premier global manufacturing company making a difference in people's livesMultiple paths for career advancementGreat benefits package What you will be doing Support development of new products and drive the development processes for plastic forming processes (primarily injection molding) and secondary processes.Identify and provide plans to mitigate risksPlan and carry out experiments, provide data analysis to define new process parameters and control limits through use of rigorous statistical methodsDevelop resolution to complex technical problems and execute solutions within developed timelines. Research, identify, and propose best in class solutions.Lead design reviews for processes developedInterface with outside vendors that provide materials or services for assigned projects.Ensure Intellectual Property management process is followed, and any intellectual property developed as part of a project is properly documented. What you need for this Position :Bachelor's degree in Polymer Science, Plastics, Extrusion Engineering, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering or related5+ years of Plastics Engineering experiencePolymer Process Development experience with a focus on going from customer needs to marketed solutionProficient in injection molding process development including the use of scientific injection moldingWorking knowledge of statistical software such as MinitabExperience with secondary process techniques (Example: plastic part assembly methods) We'd be really excited if you have some of these additional skills and experiences:Experience with CAD drafting (Solidworks)Experience with stage gate process following ISO 9001 or ISO 13485, cGMP, Design ControlsExperience with disposable polymer products used in Life Science What's in it for you: This is a position designed for you to use your Injection Molding expertise, lead projects and quickly advance your career within the company through multiple possible career paths. In addition to a competitive salary ($90 - $125K) we offer a complete benefits package including pension, 401K, and medical benefits.
Craft Recruiting • Biddeford, U.S.
We are a smart appliance manufacturer with a history of innovation dating back 50 years. We design, manufacture and sell over 15, 000 products. You will find our products in the White House the Guggenheim Museum and a multitude of hotels, restaurants, retail stores, homes, conference facilities, educational facilities, hospitals, museums, and public spaces. Our smart products save our customers over $1 billion per year in energy costs. Innovative design is the core of everything we do. We have manufacturing facilities in the US and abroad and strategic purchasing is critical to keeping our lines running. You will be a key member of our procurement team developing strategies to strengthen our relationships with our supply chain. You will apply your knowledge for commodity management to our evolving business needs and manage executive-level supplier relationships. We will rely on you to link customers, vendors, and engineering to ensure supplier capabilities match our current and future needs. We will assist a talented Supply Chain professional with relocation to Pennsylvania's Lehigh valley where you can enjoy and afford a robust selection of nightlife, entertainment, arts, and outdoor activities. 3 Awesome reasons to work here:Work for a Global leader where your efforts ensure customers get on-time solutionsYou will have a high degree of autonomy and quickly be given a lot of responsibilityExcellent benefits including excellent, low-cost insurance, PTO, 401K, and profit sharing What you will be doing We will rely on you to develop and execute sourcing strategies by developing, negotiating, implementing, and sustaining supply agreements consistent with business needs. You will monitor and respond to changing market conditions and business drivers on a global basis to maximize leverage and minimize risk. Enhance our operational flexibility and profitability through the creation and execution of a strategic commodity plan Work collaboratively to build a world class supply chain, improve delivery rates to customers, and reduce risk through the execution of supply strategies Select, manage, and develop our key plastics and mechanical suppliers or electronic device suppliers Develop and implement cost reduction and capacity strategies through value analysis, inventory management, and optimization Develop executive-level supplier relationships Continuously benchmark suppliers to ensure best-in-class commodity management Solve emerging supply chain problems, such as logistical challenges, material supply availability and vendor capability Ensure suppliers are meeting our expectations of service level performance Help new product teams develop relationships with new and existing suppliers to match product needs with supplier capabilities Work with business teams to ensure proper forecasting of components and matching vendor supply What you need for this Position:Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Supply Chain, Business, Engineering or related with a GPA of 3.0+At least 5 years of Commodity Management experienceExperience to work with C-Level executives at Suppliers What's in it for you: In addition to a competitive salary ($100 - $140K and full benefits, you will have the opportunity to have a major impact developing products used in homes and businesses worldwide. Our market leadership position and history of growth will provide you with excellent opportunities for advancement.
Craft Recruiting • Allentown, U.S.