Field Operations Engineer
Posted on 1/2/2023
Fort Lupton, CO, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
  • Experience with thermal, electrical and/or mechanical processes and hardware such as work experience in oil & gas, aerospace, automotive or chemicals manufacturing
  • 4+ years of experience in a relevant field or industry
  • While not a requirement, experience building and managing a team of operators or direct reports would be considered an asset
  • Familiarity with safe work practices and comfortable enforcing safe work practices on job sites
  • While not a requirement, experience in or with a research lab, pilot plant or test stand would be considered an asset
  • While not a requirement, experience working around hazardous gases, combustibles, and/or high energy systems would be considered an asset
  • An ability to wrangle complex interdependencies, be they human, chemical, mechanical and/or electrical
  • Ability to collaborate with teammates with a wide range of experience and knowledge
  • Have a proactive, professional and “can do” attitude
  • Desire to wear multiple hats with an organized, efficient working style
  • A demonstrated passion for contributing to our mission
  • Manage and directly support the continuous operation of field-deployed units. This will look like troubleshooting downtime, tracking and performing routine maintenance, and serving as operator and onsite support where needed
  • Work with teammates in Operations, Sales and Policy to schedule unit deployments based on biomass availability and supplier priorities. Work directly with third parties to determine details like pad layout, utility availability (e.g. power, personnel facilities), safe operational requirements, and community engagement, as needed
  • Become an expert on pyrolyzer operation in order to develop robust operating and maintenance procedures and to train operators and technicians
  • Perform operational data collection, e.g. maintain a time log, record fuel consumption, describe anomalies. Analyze the data on a regular basis in order to determine maintenance solutions and to support decisions about how to grow the fleet
  • Serve as the eyes and ears of the operation, providing valuable insight when troubleshooting design and operational challenges. Determine test plans and proposed solutions, based on your insight
  • Build a team of operators and technicians to support the safe and productive growth of the fleet
Charm Industrial
Carbon removal technology