Planetary Hydrogen is working to develop and commercialize its negative emissions hydrogen process which is based on a salt-splitting electrochemical cell. Our strong team has experience in process engineering, power engineering, geochemical processes and electrochemical research science. We are looking for a key team member who brings strong experience in industrial electrochemistry to fill out that skill set. 

As a member of our team, you will apply your experience in scaled electrochemical environments such as the chlor-alkali process to support development of our electrochemical approach in a way that leads to the potential for high scale deployments. 

Main Responsibilities

  • Leading process design during studies, research, FEED and detailed engineering project phases 
  • Provide technical support of process design work including calculations, drawings and testwork 
  • Budget and resource forecast management for the process study scope 
  • Interface with other engineering disciplines to deliver best practice process design 
  • Liaise and contribute to the Planetary HydrogenTeam 
  • Expected to stay educated on the latest process technology developments 
  • Design innovation / lean thinking into process designs 
  • Demonstrate leadership in industry safety protocols 
  • Ability to effectively translate field and engineering experience to other process staff and design activities 
  • Leadership abilities including project management skills, lead design role capability and supervisory skills 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemical/Electrochemical Engineering 

You’re a perfect fit for this role if you:

  • Have worked in an industrial electrochemical environment for at least 5 years in a chemical engineering or related role?
  • Have a good understanding of the economic levers within the chlor-alkali or other scaled electrochemical system ?
  • Have experience with non-traditional chemistries for salt splitting such as sulfate chemistry, or other non-chloride salts ?
  • Are outcome-focused and creative about learning and failing quickly in the pursuit of a solution?
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