Electrochemical Engineer
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Oklo

51-200 employees

Provides emission-free energy using nuclear waste
Company Overview
Oklo Inc. stands out in the energy sector with its unique approach to harnessing fission reactions, offering inherent safety and the ability to utilize nuclear waste as fuel, thus providing a sustainable and emission-free energy solution. The company's commitment to safety and sustainability, coupled with its ability to provide consistent, always-on power, gives it a competitive edge in the industry. Its technical advancements in nuclear energy utilization demonstrate industry leadership and a forward-thinking culture.
Energy

Company Stage

M&A

Total Funding

$850.6M

Founded

2013

Headquarters

San Jose, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

32%

1 year growth

68%

2 year growth

79%
Locations
Remote in USA
Experience Level
Entry
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Expert
CategoriesNew
Electrical Engineering
Electronics Design Engineering
Instrumentation and Measurement Engineering
Power Systems Engineering
Requirements
  • Professional and/or research experience with molten salt electrochemistry
  • Bachelors, Masters, or PhD in a technical field, such as chemical, nuclear, process, or mechanical engineering
Responsibilities
  • Engineering and iterating flowsheet details and unit process specifications and operational parameters
  • Working collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team of design, safety, and regulatory engineers to establish and optimize facility requirements
  • Designing and implementing test and validation experiments
  • Identifying hazards and establishing mitigating controls
  • Working jointly with national lab partners on ongoing research programs
  • Managing projects completed with an interdisciplinary team of engineers
  • Developing analytical and computational methods and models, including for throughput analysis and optimization
  • Documenting work using modern tools and techniques, and writing well-written, thoughtful technical reports