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Process Operator III

Updated on 7/19/2024

Air Company

Air Company

51-200 employees

Converts excess CO₂ into sustainable alcohols and fuels

Social Impact
Consumer Goods

Compensation Overview

$30 - $34Hourly

+ Overtime


Brooklyn, NY, USA

Manufacturing Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
  • HS diploma and/or industry specific training/experience
  • Experience operating chemical reaction systems or other pressure equipment
  • Experience in operating or and maintaining engineering equipment for chemical or petrochemical facilities
  • Experience working 12 hr shift work rotations in support of 24/7 operations
  • Familiar with safety protocols for handling hazardous chemicals
  • Ability to work proactively and independently
  • Proficient computer skills
  • Team player with a strong passion for fostering a safe collaborative work environment
  • Interest in sustainability, technology, science, cultural progress, and startup environments
  • Must be able to complete FDNY Certificate of Fitness exams (A-35, G-98, C-92, and G-79) within 6 months of employment
  • Safely start-up, operate, monitor and shut-down process equipment
  • Operate tertiary electrolyzer and compressor systems for H₂ production
  • Adjust, test, and operate pumps, valves, controls and other components of systems
  • Monitor and complete regular preventative maintenance tasks
  • Follow and contribute to safe work processes and safe operating procedures
  • Contribute to achieve acceptable quality standards
  • Obtain data exports and perform various calculations
  • Maintain accurate and detailed logbooks of operational activities
  • Troubleshooting and light repair of process equipment
  • Assist with system upgrades and improvements
  • Assist with scaling up of Air Company’s reactor technology
  • Coordinate transportation and handling of inbound and outbound hazardous chemicals
  • Flexible to work 12-hr day and night shifts
  • Coordinate shift handovers effectively
  • Ability to work in potentially loud environments/different physical environments

AIR COMPANY is a carbon utilization company that employs proprietary AIRMADE™ Technology to convert excess CO₂ into carbon-negative alcohols and fuels, contributing to global decarbonization efforts. Their industrial scale applications mimic photosynthesis, transforming carbon dioxide and water into valuable resources via renewable energy, with commercial partnerships with major airlines and recognition through industry awards.

Company Stage

Series A

Total Funding



New York City, New York



Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth