Chemical Engineer

Job title : Chemical Engineer
Location : United States of America
Job-type : Permanent
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​Piper Maddox is working on an exclusive search for a hard-start up tech company in California that is developing a technology for decarbonizing natural gas. The company has received a $44M funding which means they are expected to expand quickly. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of!


  • Work with the engineering team on design and modeling of process units.

  • Work with engineering firms to manufacture and test components and reactor systems.

  • Develop CAD models for components and process units.

  • Generate technical reports and presentations for both internal and external communication.

  • Assist in the development and design of pilot systems.

  • Perform heat transfer, chemical process modeling, and techno-economic analysis using industry software tools.


  • Certificate, associate’s degree, bachelor’s degree or masters in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field.

  • 0 - 5 years of experience, preferably in an R&D environment with laboratory or chemicals handling experience.

  • Demonstrated ability to follow instructions, handle delicate parts and equipment, and work with hazardous materials.

  • Experience working with power tools.

  • Experience using software for digitized work flows.

  • Background in design and operation of high temperature processing equipment.

  • Experience with high temperature and/or high-pressure chemical conversion systems operations or modeling.

  • Hands-on operation and construction of generic lab equipment (i.e. furnaces, mass flow controllers, Swagelok fittings) preferred.

  • Some experience or understanding of in-situ and ex-situ lab analytics (i.e. GC, MS, SEM) preferred.

Are you ready to make an impact by supporting the energy transition into the clean space? This process has the potential to address 75% of global CO2 emissions!