Full-Time

Nuclear Materials Engineer

Radiation Effects

Posted on 4/16/2024

Helion Energy

Helion Energy

51-200 employees

Develops fusion power plants for energy

Energy

Mid

Everett, WA, USA

Required Skills
Python
MATLAB
Data Analysis
Requirements
  • A degree in nuclear engineering, radiological sciences, materials science/engineering, chemistry/chemical engineering, or a related technical discipline
  • Knowledge of non-aqueous corrosion and environmentally assisted degradation mechanisms
  • Data analysis with a common coding language (Python, MATLAB, C++)
Responsibilities
  • Advise engineering design decisions based on radiation effects on materials
  • Perform literature reviews on radiation effects on materials
  • Partner with internal and external teams to gather required capabilities

Helion is pioneering the development of the world's first fusion power plant, utilizing deuterium from water and helium-3 to produce clean, reliable, and abundant energy. The company has achieved significant milestones in plasma temperatures, magnetic energy recovery, compression fields, and sustained plasmas, positioning itself as a leader in the pursuit of fusion energy.

Company Stage

Series E

Total Funding

$2.3B

Headquarters

Everett, Washington

Founded

2013

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

23%

1 year growth

55%

2 year growth

242%

Benefits

Medical, dental, & vision insurance

401k

Parental leave

Life & disability insurance

PTO

Equity

Social events

INACTIVE