New Product Integration Engineer
Updated on 3/24/2024
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
San Carlos, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
CAD
CategoriesNew
Mechanical Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Thermal and Fluid Systems Engineering
Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or Manufacturing Engineering
  • 3+ years industry experience
  • 3+ years experience working on technical projects from the design phase through implementation, including starting and optimizing manufacturing
  • Experience in manufacturing process, DFMA, and product optimization
  • Proficient in CAD software (Solid Works, Autodesk, On Shape)
  • Experience with welding, manufacturing, fabrication, and vendor QA/QC
  • Experience working on modular chemical process facility design, with tolerance stack up analysis
Responsibilities
  • Develop manufacturing processes, work instructions, and design fixtures/tooling for the electrolyzer plant
  • Work with factory, manufacturing, facility, and fabrication teams to incorporate release cycles
  • Identify areas for DFM and cost improvement and work with teams to integrate it into the product
  • Work with supply chain to identify and onboard vendors and partners
  • Assess the sustainability of a fabrication technology for a given part design
  • Plan validation experiments to demonstrate manufacturing process feasibility
  • Train and hand off the product manufacturing to the sustaining manufacturing team once the manufacturing processes are developed and refined