Field Engineer
Mechanical Engineering
Posted on 4/1/2024
Electric Hydrogen

201-500 employees

Decarbonization hydrogen systems manufacturer
Company Overview
Electric Hydrogen’s mission is to produce renewable hydrogen at fossil-parity. The company is creating a new generation of electrolyzer technologies to enable clean, abundant, and low-cost hydrogen to end the age of fossil fuels.
Energy
B2B

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$888.2M

Founded

2020

Headquarters

Natick, Massachusetts

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

25%

1 year growth

95%

2 year growth

392%
Locations
Remote in USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Communications
CategoriesNew
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Maintenance and Reliability Engineering
Thermal and Fluid Systems Engineering
Requirements
  • B.S. Mechanical Engineering or Equivalent Discipline/Industrial Experience
  • 6+ years industry experience
  • Experience working on chemical or power generation plant is a preference.
  • Experience working during turnarounds and outages or installation and startup of plants is a preference
  • Experience commissioning fluid processing systems, in an industrial chemical plant environment
  • Familiar with common construction and fabrication techniques and how to assess quality of welds, joints, fittings, and other installed components
  • Experience working with modular or prefabricated facilities
  • Have developed installation, commissioning, or deployment procedures
  • Have experience turning learnings into product improvements
  • Experience working with outside vendors, contractors, and officials
  • Worked on projects that involve coordinating between interdisciplinary teams and technical communication
Responsibilities
  • Provide technical guidance and engineering expertise to support project site work
  • Lead mechanical, thermal, & fluid systems equipment start up & commissioning activities including pumps, heat exchangers, water purification systems, process instrumentation, and valves
  • Create simple and clear work instructions to help inform the build, install, start-up & commissioning process
  • Identify schedule, cost, and technical risk items, then help identify solutions
  • Provide detailed design-for-manufacturing & design-for-installation feedback to the mechanical & fluids engineering teams
  • Provide contractors, customers, and vendors engineering information by answering requests
  • Find solutions to accelerate schedule, reduce time onsite, and decrease cost of installation and commissioning, while maintaining high degree of quality and consistency
  • Coordinate with EH2 Plant Engineer groups as directed by Project/Site Manager
  • Oversee the factory acceptance testing of equipment
  • Create the Plant Installation Plan, Plant Commissioning Plan, and Work Instructions
  • Support disassembly, repair, and assembly of power systems and auxiliary equipment
  • Lead trouble shooting activities