Principal Reactor Design Engineer

About the Job

Dimensional Energy is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We recognize that experience and talent are not always limited to the technical requirements of a job. If you have similar experience to the qualifications listed here, please consider applying. We strongly encourage those from marginalized and/or underrepresented identities to apply. If you need accommodations during the interview process, please let us know. 

 

Dimensional Energy, a leader in the production of sustainable fuels and other chemicals from carbon dioxide, is seeking a motivated, creative, experienced Principal Reactor Design Engineer to advance our proprietary thermocatalytic reactors.  This job could be remote, located in Tucson, AZ, or in the Los Angeles area. If you are experienced with petrochemical thermocatalytic reactor design, have advanced modeling skills, are passionate about combating climate change, and thrive in a fast-paced start-up environment, please consider joining our team.

Job Summary

The primary role of the Reactor Design Engineer is to apply their advanced knowledge and creativity, along with Dimensional Energy proprietary reactor technologies, to model and innovate reactors from Pilot to Commercial scale. 

 

Pay and Benefits

  • The salary range for this position is $130,000-$160,000 based on experience.
  • Health, vision and dental insurance packages available. 
  • Unlimited paid time off for most positions. 

Key Responsibilities

Activities will Include:  

  • Designing, modeling, and simulating thermal heterogeneous catalytic reactors. 
  • Optimizing catalyst architectures. 
  • Scaling reactor systems. 
  • Leading project teams with diverse multidisciplinary members. 
  • Assisting with test procedures and data analyses. 
  • Mentoring and training employees. 
  • Writing reports, grants, and summaries. 

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • BS / MS with 10+ years' experience, or PhD with 5+ years' experience, in reactor design, petrochemical engineering, chemical engineering, or related field. 
  • Motivated and passionate about developing new technology to combat climate change. 
  • Highly innovative, flexible, and natural problem solver. 
  • Specific experience designing and modeling of thermally-driven heterogeneous catalytic reactors, high temperature & high-pressure systems.  
  • Knowledge of syngas, gas-to-liquids, Fischer-Tropsch reactors a plus. 
  • Experience with heliostat solar receivers would be beneficial. 
  • History of scaling from lab-scale to commercial scale. 
  • Ability to lead and function as part of a team. 
  • Project management experience preferred. 
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, data analysis software, Design of Experiments software, Multi-physics modeling and CFD software such as COMSOL and ANSYS. 

 

About Dimensional Energy 

Dimensional Energy is a leader in the production of sustainable fuels. We develop proprietary technology to convert carbon dioxide into sustainable jet fuel, diesel, and other products. Our carbon utilization platform allows companies to recycle their emissions to replace the fossil carbon in their supply chain.  Our technology presents a true alternative to the extraction, refinement and burning of fossil carbon, all of which must cease in the coming decades in order to leave a livable planet for those who will come after us. Dimensional Energy recognizes that traditional fossil fuel extraction has disproportionately impacted communities of color and low-income communities. We are committed to a different path and aim to partner with local communities to ensure those impacted are included in the implementation and profit structure of our solutions. We envision a world free from fossil fuel dependency. We are growing quickly, come join us. 

 

To Apply: Send resume and letter of interest to Jobs@dimensionalenergy.com. Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line and where you saw the job posting.

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