Mosaic Materials is an Alameda, CA, based small business developing a carbon capture technology to address global warming and climate change through direct air capture (DAC) of carbon dioxide. At the heart of Mosaic’s technology are metal-organic framework (MOF) solid sorbents that increase the efficiency and reduce the cost of carbon capture by ~50% relative to competing technologies. Mosaic is currently scaling production and implementation of our solid sorbent-based DAC technology and DAC systems globally
Mosaic Materials is now part of Baker Hughes. Baker Hughes has operations in over 120 countries as a leading partner within the energy industry. Baker Hughes is committed to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Mosaic Materials and Baker Hughes are building a team of people who are as passionate as we are about making energy safer, cleaner, and more efficient. We are looking for highly motivated, curious individuals to join our team.
The Controls and Integrations Design Lead is responsible for leading the design and validation of the control systems to integrate airflow and heat management into Mosaic’s carbon capture system. This involves leading every aspect of the control system design process, from creating and testing initial conceptual designs to working with EPCs and the technology teams to translate concepts into executable plans to commissioning commercial scale direct air capture systems for production.
Managing a cross-functional team of controls, process, and systems engineers and working in a cross-functional fashion with mechanical/chemical engineers and sourcing personnel to develop the control systems for a new commercial direct air capture system from an early technology stage
Responsible for system technical discussions, first installs of a demo scale plant, resolving single product issues
Delivering a control system design that meets all product requirements including product cost, performance, and manufacturing methods/standardization
Reviewing and submitting control system designs and related patents
Reviewing progress and evaluating results of team efforts
Planning and assigning personnel for given projects or tasks and deliverables
Reviewing progress with commercial and technology leaders
Providing work direction mentoring for less experienced engineers and technicians
Acting as the primary technical interface between the control system design/validation team and the system design/optimization teams.
Preferred Background & Experience
Have a bachelor's degree or higher degree from an accredited university or college, preferably in Chemical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering
Have a minimum of 10+ years of experience in product development
Have demonstrated project management skills
Have excellent oral and written communication skills
Have effective interpersonal and teamwork skills
Be able to analyze and resolve problems effectively and efficiently
Be able to lead, document, plan, market, and execute programs/projects
Work Authorization/Security Clearance
Position may be subject to US export control under ITAR or EAR.
Mosaic Materials employees are expected to live by and demonstrate the company’s Core Values:
Honest & Trustworthy
Accepting, Safe, & Inclusive
Hungry for Learning
Deliver for Stakeholders
If the role and values resonate with you and match your interests, skills, and experience, we encourage you to join the Mosaic team! Please send your resume and a brief cover letter to email@example.com.
Baker Hughes Company and Mosaic Materials are Equal Opportunity Employers. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Mosaic Materials is dedicated to reducing the cost and environmental impact of fossil fuels through the application of proprietary, highly efficient gas separation technologies. We utilize porous solids known as metal-organic frameworks to selectively remove impurities such as CO2 from gas mixtures in an array of applications from submarines to power plants. Learn more about us at www.mosaicmaterials.com.