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Carbon America

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51-100
Arvada, CO, USA

Company Description

We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and sequestration industry and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that.

Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs.

As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! 

Jobs (8)

Principal Engineering Project Manager – R&D

$130,000 - $150,000 yearly
Full time role
Arvada, CO, USA
Sep 26, 2022
Who we are: We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and storage industry and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that. Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO 2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs. As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! Department Summary: Research and Development (R&D) is an organization responsible for identifying developing new promising clean energy technologies, particularly carbon capture technologies. Job Overview: The Principal Project Manager (PM) is accountable and responsible for planning, executing, and commissioning the company’s R&D projects. This position is the accountable party of R&D project execution efforts. They lead the project team consisting of multiple disciplines from across the R&D department, as well as outside consultants, engineering firms and construction firms. The PM is responsible for working with stakeholders to define the project scope; developing and maintaining the project schedule and budget; identifying and mitigating risks to the project; making sure that all project team members understand their roles and responsibilities; frequently communicating the project progress to stakeholders; ensuring the project team has sufficient resources to execute the project; and verifying the quality of the team’s work. Projects will be up to industrial scale, requiring strong logistical skills as these projects have many internal and external stakeholders and require consistent and clear communication. To be successful in this role, you will need to have managed industrial scale projects (with a project duration of 1 or more years), have managed multimillion to multibillion dollar budgets and taken projects from development through commissioning. It is preferred that you have experience performing earned value management and detailed risk analysis to make informed decisions about the direction of projects. In addition to the management of an R&D project, you will be assisting the Project Management Office (PMO) to further develop the project management methodologies for the company. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Required 10 or more years of combined experience in the one or more of the following areas: project management (3 years minimum), project engineering, applied engineering or equivalent working experience. Experience managing various phases of highly complex capital projects from project origination through project closure Expert ability to lead all project management aspects, including schedule, cost, risk, stakeholders, etc. Experience in contract negotiations, contract management and contract closure Expert ability to be highly organized and manage work across multiple disciplines including subsurface, policy and regulatory, land, etc. Experience engaging with and managing vendors, consultants, and EPC firms Experience in utilizing project management software to plan and execute projects Strong leadership and interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution and team motivation Demonstrated success in identifying and managing project risk Project Management skills, including the ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines Strong communications skills including verbal, written, presentations, meeting facilitation and negotiation A bility to make effective presentations and communicate technical concepts to non-technical clients Ability to be adaptable in developing industry Excellent stakeholder management skills including the ability to manage multiple communication channels simultaneously Excellent communication skills, including active listening skills Bachelor’s degree Preferred Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or equivalent technical experience Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is preferred. (If not certified, employee must obtain certification within 3 years) Working understanding of the subsurface Industrial-scale project management experience, such as electrical generation, chemical processing plants, or oil and gas development Experience managing EPC contracts Familiarity with gas compression, gas transmission or distribution infrastructure Expert in Microsoft Office suite of products, specifically Excel and Teams Experience working projects with project finance, especially tax equity structures Communicating and reporting project status to sen i or leadership Experience with project management software , such as Microsoft Project or Primavera P6 Essential Responsibilities: This position will be the project owner accountable and responsible for project success . Responsibilities include: Plan and execute R&D projects consisting of multi-year projects with capital budgets in excess of $ 5 million. Work with leadership to define and align project scope and objectives Meet agreed upon scope, cost, schedule and quality objectives set for project Provide ethical leadership Develop and maintain detailed project schedules to ensure timely delivery of project milestones. C ommunicate the project schedule to various stakeholders as required . Identify and assess the critical path of the project, highlighting opportunities to execute project ahead of schedule Manage projects to achieve overall technical success in meeting the company’s business goals . This includes periodic reporting on project budget, forecast and actual costs Perform earned value management and provide metrics on project health . Utilize this information to make assessments on project direction and progress, adjusting as required to keep project on track Work collaboratively and positively with all functional areas involved in the project to ensure proper tasking and clear deliverables are communicated Perform risk analysis including quantitative analysis considering probability and impact to project (budget, timeline, scope, and quality). Work with the project team in identifying, assessing and mitigating known project risks. Identify and track issues and constraints that may impact the project Provide clear , a ccurate and frequent communications to internal and external project stakeholders , including providing periodic project status updates to leadership Set-up and maintain proper communication channels with and between stakeholders. Perform regular check-ins with stakeholders and formulate appropriate materials to update stakeholders. Manage stakeholder’s expectations and work with a diverse group of people to ensure effective communication Coordinate the preparation of the Project Charter, Project Management Plans, Scoping Documents, Risk Registers , and other standardized project management deliverables Organize, lead and document p roject team meetings to coordinate, update and hold team members accountable for project responsibilities Complete resource analyses appropriately to ensure sufficient resources to plan and execute project, both for internal and external resources Work with the procurement manager and project team to make sure appropriate materials and services are ordered, that they fit within the budget constraints, and help to track the related timeline . Maintain lessons learned for project. Perform post-mortem evaluations of issues that arise, and accurately collate and archive the information. General Requirements and Job Details: Must be able to work at a computer for up to eight hours per day Must be legally authorized to work in the United States This position is based out of our Arvada, Colorado offices Infrequent travel to installation sites and venders maybe required This is a Monday through Friday, Full-Time, Exempt position with a salary range of $130 ,000 - $150 ,000 per year. Benefits include: 401(k) + 401(k) matching Life AD&D insurance Optional Accident insurance Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plans Paid time off + Paid holidays Company ownership options At Carbon America, we believe that when you put the common good over personal gain you make the world a better place. We work together in alignment with our company’s values to find solutions to climate change. Carbon America is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Senior Principal Process Engineer

$130,000 - $140,000 yearly
Full time role
Arvada, CO, USA
Sep 26, 2022
Who we are: We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and sequestration industry and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that. Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO 2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs. As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! Job Overview: The Senior Principal Thermodynamic Process Engineer is responsible for leading the process design efforts of R&D post-combustion carbon capture facilities and other advanced decarbonization technologies. The Process Engineer will have knowledge of how to take an industrial project from concept to install and operation. This role will be in charge of defining system process requirements, generating detailed P&IDs, leading HAZOP analysis, and ultimately ensuring the system is designed to meet project objectives. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Required 8+ years of experience in process engineering for chemicals, refining, or similar industries Expertise in thermodynamics, process simulations, and chemicals manufacturing Experience in designing, building, and operating full-scale chemical processing facilities or power plants. Experience with ChemCAD (preferred), ASPEN, or similar type of thermodynamic modeling package. Experience creating and reading Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs). Experience in Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Analysis. Experience with Requirements Management Systems. Demonstrated knowledge of engineering principles and practices Excellent communication skills, including active listening skills Excellent organizational skills and ability to track lots of disparate details BS in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering or related engineering discipline Preferred Extensive petroleum refinery or chemicals processing experience MS, or PhD in Chemical Engineering or related discipline Cryogenic systems experience Carbon capture technology knowledge Experience leading the construction and commissioning of full-scale commercial chemicals processing projects, cement plant projects, or new power plant design and construction. Essential Responsibilities: Lead process engineering efforts on large-scale R&D carbon-capture projects. Provide significant technical leadership in the developing of sustainable commercial products and technologies. Create, execute, and improve thermodynamic process simulations for pilot-scale, demonstration, and commercial projects, systems, and new products. Develop and execute techno-economic optimization and sensitivity analyses of systems, facilities, and equipment designs. HAZOP analysis P&ID generation Define control narratives Identify and propose solutions to key technical risks. Invent new system components based on analysis tools and results. Analyze system, product, and equipment performance Create detailed cost models for facilities and system designs Work with vendors to negotiate equipment procurement Assist in model validation of experiments. General Requirements and Job Details: Must be able to work at a computer for up to eight hours per day Must be legally authorized to work in the United States This position is based out of our Arvada, Colorado offices This position has a standard schedule of Monday through Friday and is Full-Time This is a salaried position so there may be times when a non-standard schedule is required This is an Exempt position with a salary range of $1 3 0,000 to $1 40 ,000 commensurate with experience Benefits include: 401(k) + 401(k) matching Life AD&D insurance Optional Accident insurance Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plans Paid time off + Paid holidays Company ownership options At Carbon America, we believe that when you put the common good over personal gain you make the world a better place. We work together in alignment with our company’s values to find solutions to climate change. Carbon America is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Software Developer

$90,000 - $115,000 yearly
Full time role
Arvada, CO, USA
Sep 26, 2022
Who we are: We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and sequestration industry, and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that. Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO 2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs. As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! Job Overview: The Software Developer will work as a member of the Modeling and Simulation Team to develop software to simulate and optimize Carbon America’s products and services , i.e., cryogenic carbon capture and related technologies . This position will own the development and maintenance of custom software created in modern programming languages, including Julia, Python, and JavaScript . C ritical to this role is knowledge of software-development best practices in a team environment . This role will be responsible for the application of programming standards and ensuring a well-tested and documented code base . Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Required 2 + years of experience in developing software for scientific applications Understanding of software -development best practices Experience in multiple programming language s , such as Julia, Python, JavaScript, and C++ Experience using git repositories and github web features Ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively as needed Excellent communication skills, including active listening skills BS in Computer Science or closely related field ; alternatively, a BS in science or engineering with proven experience in software development Preferred Experience in Julia programming Experience in developing Graphical User Interfaces Experience building and maintaining databases for scientific data Experience in implementing efficient numerical methods for solving differential equations and optimization problems E xperience applying Machine Learning algorithms to experimental data or modeling results Experience building full software programs from scratch Essential Responsibilities: Develop software in Julia for simulating physical phenomena and engineering processes Apply best practices for achieving computationally efficient code Assist team in m aintain ing organized and user-friendly code Coordinate team’s use of github issues and pull requests Maintain code-base tests and continuous integration infrastructure Build and maintain a database for experimental data and model results Develop graphical-user-interface software for in-house engineering software Develop interactive visualizations of experimental data and model results Work in a highly dynamic environment and be flexible to manage and execute multiple projects in parallel General Requirements and Job Details: Must be able to work at a computer for at least eight hours per day Must be legally authorized to work in the United States This position is based out of our Arvada, Colorado offices This position has a standard schedule of Monday through Friday and is Full-Time This is a salaried position so there may be times when a non-standard schedule is required This is an Exempt position with a salary range of $ 90 ,000 to $1 15 ,000 commensurate with experience Benefits include: 401(k) + 401(k) matching Life AD&D insurance Optional Accident insurance Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plans Paid time off + Paid holidays Company ownership options At Carbon America, we believe that when you put the common good over personal gain you make the world a better place. We work together in alignment with our company’s values to find solutions to climate change. Carbon America is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Director, Land & External Relations

$140,000 - $160,000 yearly
Full time role
Lakewood, CO, USA
Sep 26, 2022
Who we are: We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and sequestration industry and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that. Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO 2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs. As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! Job Overview: The Land and External Relations Director will be responsible for leading two critical portions of Carbon America’s project development and operations team: (1) Land; and (2) External Relations. As a leader of Land, you will provide land management for all aspects of the Company’s real-property strategy, including surface and subsurface acquisition as necessary for the capture, transportation and sequestration of CO 2. You will lead members of the land group and support the General Counsel in negotiating and drafting legal instruments for transactions involving strategic real property targets and negotiating with landowners. You will support the commercial development group by efficiently assessing real property prospects and helping to develop land acquisition strategies that align with corporate goals.   You will ensure that the Company’s land group is effectively managing the acquisition of real-property rights and maintaining real-property assets and asset records while staying abreast of current Federal and State land regulations and applicable case law. You will establish, cultivate, and maintain relationships with regulatory agencies and industry competitors. As a leader of External Relations, you will build a team to engage with, and represent the Company before, project stakeholder groups such as local community members and state and local government entities with whom the Company’s project development and execution teams interact on a regular basis. As a leader of External Relations, you and your team will often be the “face” of the Company and the first interaction with stakeholders.  You will be responsible for advocating on behalf of the Company in support of the Company’s carbon capture and sequestration projects. The Director will also engage across disciplines and leadership within Carbon America to gather input and insight as necessary to develop land acquisition and stakeholder outreach strategies.   You will work with the Carbon America team to ensure that the Company disseminates clear and consistent messaging to all project stakeholder groups. Carbon America is a growing team and this position will play an integral role in developing the Land and External Relations groups. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Required 15-20 years of experience, with 10+ years in the energy, climate, or green energy space. 5+ years of commercial experience as a landman or land manager with a comprehensive understanding of contract drafting and negotiations pertaining to real property acquisitions and divestitures. 10+ years of leadership and management experience in land and/or external and stakeholder relations. Experience and knowledge regarding lease acquisition, exploration, development agreements and projects, title curative, and surface use activities. Cross-functional integrated work ethic and ability to manage internal and external stakeholders. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Excellent written communication skills and a record of delivering exceptional work product and results. Ability to engage multiple disciplines to develop and support corporate strategic goals. Demonstrated ability to understand and advocate regarding complex technical issues, as well as complex stakeholder issues Comfort engaging formally and informally across organizations and hierarchies (e.g., technical and non-technical, staff and leadership, government bodies and coalitions). Experience navigating ambiguity and thriving in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment. Flexibility and adaptability, and an ability to adjust quickly to changing priorities. Bachelor’s Degree Preferred Commitment to curbing climate change Advance degree or relevant certifications General Requirements and Job Details: Must be able to work at a computer for up to eight hours per day. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States. This position is based out of our Lakewood, Colorado office. Periodic travel will be required for in-person meeting with stakeholders and negotiating land acquisition agreements. This position has a standard schedule of Monday through Friday and is Full-Time This is a salaried position so there may be times when a non-standard schedule is required This is an Exempt position Benefits include: 401(k) + 401(k) matching Life AD&D insurance Optional supplemental insurance Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plans with employer contribution Paid time off + Paid holidays Company ownership options At Carbon America, we believe that when you put the common good over personal gain you make the world a better place. We work together in alignment with our company’s values to find solutions to climate change. Carbon America is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Principal Mechanical Engineer- Turbomachine

$120,000 - $140,000 yearly
Full time role
Arvada, CO, USA
Sep 26, 2022
Who we are: We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and sequestration industry and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that. Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO 2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs. As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! Job Overview: The Principal Mechanical Engineer with Turbomachine Design specialty will have a deep knowledge of various types of types of compressors and expanders, e.g., axial, and centrifugal. You will know how to select and optimize turbomachines for a given application. You will know how to design the aerodynamics as well as the mechanical system (shaft, bearings, etc.). You will work with external consultants to develop turbomachines for Carbon America’s systems, as well as work on internal development of turbomachine equipment. As a Principa l-Level employee this position will supervise and mentor other engineers. This position will aid in strategic decisions for Carbon America’s R&D program. The Principal Engineer will also be expected to represent Carbon America in various external facing activities such as, but not limited to: engagement with the Department of Energy , partnership discussions, and investor relationships. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Required Turbomachine design experience 6 + years of experience in a related field CAD ( e.g. SolidWorks, AutoCAD) expertise Demonstrated knowledge of engineering principles and practices Excellent communication skills, including active listening skills Excellent organizational skills and ability to track lots of disparate details BS in Engineering ( e.g. Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical preferred) Preferred Management experience MS, or PhD in Engineering (Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical preferred) Experience with costing out heat exchangers from a bottoms-up perspective Knowledge of heat exchanger manufacturing techniques Knowledge of compressor or turbine design Expertise in thermodynamics, heat transfer, and fluid dynamics Knowledge of TEMA standards and ASME pressure vessel codes CFD experience Structural and heat transfer FEA experience SolidWorks experience Professional Licensure Cryogenic systems experience Carbon capture technology knowledge Power plant and industry (cement, steel, etc) knowledge Experience working on R&D pilot projects Essential Responsibilities: Design compressors and expanders for various applications, at various scales Optimize turbomachine designs from a techno-economic perspective Work with vendors to procure turbomachines Assist manufacturing team to develop manufacturing strategies for Carbon America turbomachines at scale Lead projects in research and development Mentor and supervise other engineers Review and sign-off on engineering designs Interface with external parties Support strategic decision making in the R&D department Develop and execute techno-economic optimization and sensitivity analyses on equipment designs Assist in designing and running hardware experiments Identify and propose solutions to key technical risks Invent new system components based on analysis tools and results Create CAD drawings of equipment Analyze equipment performance Create detailed cost models for equipment from a bottoms-up approach Assist in model validation of experiments General Requirements and Job Details: Must be able to work at a computer for up to eight hours per day This position is based out of our Arvada, Colorado offices This is a Monday through Friday, Full-Time, Exempt position with a salary range of $120,000 - $140,000 depending on experience Benefits include: 401(k) + 401(k) matching Life AD&D insurance Optional Accident insurance Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plans Paid time off + Paid holidays Company ownership options At Carbon America we believe that when you put the common good over personal gain you make the world a better place. We work together in alignment with our company’s values to find solutions to climate change. Carbon America is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Business Development Director

$140,000 - $150,000 yearly
Full time role
Lakewood, CO, USA
Sep 26, 2022
Who we are: We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and sequestration industry and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that. Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO 2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs. As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! Job Overview: The Business Development Director will identify and engage with potential business partners to share Carbon America’s capabilities and expertise. This role will develop and maintain relationships with business partners and early broad-level commercial explorations and support the team in more advanced discussions. The Business Development Director will coordinate the work necessary to further relationships such as gathering required inputs for economic models, drafting proposals, and other commercial documents. This role will also be supporting the development of voluntary carbon credits and long-term business growth strategies. The current position will include responsibility for engagement in the electricity sector, including coal ang gas-fired power.  The ideal Business Development Director candidate will bring a network of influential contacts across this sector, a technical understanding of power systems and engineering concepts, and a track record of successful origination and business development within the sector. This position requires a high level of origination, coordination, integration, and proposal writing. This is a staff position that reports to the VP of Commercial Development and Strategy. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Required 10+ years of experience, with at least 5 years of US or Canada experience in business development within an industry with combustion emissions such as coal, power, cement, or steel industries. Comfortable with quantitative analysis and complex project economic models. Ability to communicate complex economic, technical, engineering, and regulatory concepts. Demonstrated ability to problem-solve in a context of uncertainty and many moving parts. Strong presentation, writing, and leadership skills. Experience navigating ambiguity and thriving in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment. Resourcefulness and a track record of being a successful team player capable of collaborating with multiple cross-functional teams. Flexibility and adaptability, and an ability to adjust quickly to changing priorities. Preferred Extensive working knowledge of and networks within the power sector Engineering and/or subsurface background Commitment to curbing climate change Expertise in developing and running economic models Ability to develop and implement effective strategies Bachelor’s Degree Essential Responsibilities: Research and develop strategies for approaching new clients. Establish and build relationships with clients, via “cold call” and network approaches. Present and discuss the Carbon America technical and commercial offer. Engage across disciplines to gather inputs for economic models. Develop and negotiate commercial agreements. Support broader commercial and marketing strategies to meet company growth objectives. General Requirements and Job Details: Must be able to work at a computer for up to eight hours per day This position is based out of our Arvada, Colorado offices Periodic travel to meet with commercial counterparts and visit project sites is required This is a Monday through Friday, Full-Time, Exempt position with a salary range of $140,000 to $150,000. Benefits include: 401(k) + 401(k) matching Life AD&D insurance Optional supplemental insurances Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plans with employer contribution Paid time off + Paid holidays Company ownership options At Carbon America, we believe that when you put the common good over personal gain you make the world a better place. We work together in alignment with our company’s values to find solutions to climate change. Carbon America is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status .

Facilities Engineer

$130,000 - $170,000 yearly
Full time role
Arvada, CO, USA
Sep 26, 2022
Who we are: We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and sequestration industry and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that. Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO 2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs. As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! Job Overview: The Facilities Manager is responsible for designing and defining requirements for injection sites and surface facilities at CO 2 injection sites as part of the Project Execution team here at Carbon America. You will ensure facility compliance with regulatory requirements, review and develop project plans including cost estimates, timelines, and blueprints. To be successful in this role you must have the motivation and passion necessary to learn all aspects of carbon capture and sequestration project development, be flexible and adaptable, be a team player, and balance ever-changing priorities. This is a staff position that reports to the EVP of Project Execution. This can be a Junior or Senior role depending on your experience level. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Required 4-12 years in a Facilities Engineering role Experience in planning and construction of industrial facilities, logistics or deployment of complex structures in rural locations Experience analyzing data, including financial, to inform operational decisions or activities Excellent organizational skills Excellent ability to manage details and many moving parts Demonstrated strong project management skills with the ability to execute on-time and on-budget Excellent communication skills (written, oral, and active listening) Proficiency with MS Office BS in a related engineering field Preferred Experience with CAD Design Knowledge of gas gathering and CO 2 flooding Essential Responsibilities: Lead planning and construction of surface facilities at CO 2 injection sites including pumps, structures, injection surface piping, access roads, and electrical service. Includes planning, cost estimating, scheduling, and construction supervision. Develop engineering design and specifications, including design and selection of materials and equipment. Provide input into business plans, including project recommendations, cost estimates, and economic justification. General Requirements and Job Details: Must be able to work at a computer for up to eight hours per day Must be legally authorized to work in the United States This position is based out of our Arvada, Colorado offices Periodic travel required. This is a Monday through Friday, Full-Time, Exempt position with a salary range of $130,000 to $170,000. Benefits include: 401(k) + 401(k) matching Life AD&D insurance Optional supplemental insurances Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plans with employer contributions Paid time off + Paid holidays Company ownership options At Carbon America, we believe that when you put the common good over personal gain you make the world a better place. We work together in alignment with our company’s values to find solutions to climate change. Carbon America is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status .

Pipeline Engineer

$80,000 - $100,000 yearly
Full time role
Arvada, CO, USA
Sep 26, 2022
Who we are: We’re a passionate, hard-working, and quick-moving group of people that are driven by the mission to save the planet. We believe we can make a difference in the battle against climate change by leading the carbon capture and sequestration industry and we are building a like-minded team to help do just that. Carbon America is the first vertically integrated company in the industry – a one-stop-shop of engineers, project managers, developers, and financiers focused on capturing more CO 2 in shorter amounts of time and at lower costs. As a start-up, there are a few key attributes that all Carbon America employees possess. We are creative problem-solvers, we wear many hats, we are agile, and we work as a championship team. It is important that every hire connects to our vision, mission, and values as a company. Join the leader in the CCS space in making climate change history™! Job Overview: Carbon America is seeking a Pipeline Engineer to support our project execution teams. The main responsibilities include pipeline design, supporting permitting initiatives, managing contractors and consultants, and managing pipeline operations. Projects range in size and complexity. This position can influence the growth and success of the Facility Engineering Group. This position reports into the VP of Projects. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Required Bachelor’s degree in engineering from ABET accredited program Minimum of 8 years related experience (completion of master’s degree in related field may be substituted for one year of experience) Successful completion of FE or EIT exam strongly preferred Proficiency with federal PHMSA regulations ( 49 CFR Part s 192 and 195 ) Strong preference for those with: Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Capability of solving difficult problems that require adaptation and modification of standard approaches, techniques, procedures, and criteria Self-starter and independent worker Preferred Experience with C O 2 Infrastructure and Class VI Injection W ell P rojects Experience with pipeline boring methodologies Essential Responsibilities: Execution of pipeline engineering efforts Assist with pipeline construction design including plans and profiles Pipeline surface facility design (metering and regulating stations, storage field upgrades, and compressor stations) Coordination of Proposals, Scope Development, Cost Estimates, Scheduling, and Contractor Management Surveying Geotechnical investigations Design Firms Material and equipment procurement support Assist with coordination of design activities with other disciplines (Facilities, Civil/Structural, Electrical, Instrumentation and Control, etc.) Coordinate reporting activities for accurate and on-time completion of pipeline activities and apprise Project Manager of cost/schedule impacts. Develop and improve internal processes Provide leadership, training and mentoring to less experienced engineers and team members Regularly meet and correspond with clients or outside personnel Provide short term field support during construction Support Permitting and Land Teams Support business development and marketing initiatives General Requirements and Job Details: Must be able to work at a computer for up to eight hours per day Must be legally authorized to work in the United States This position is based out of our Lakewood , Colorado office Travel is required to project sites. Travel is expected to be intermittent with an average of 20% travel time This is a Monday through Friday, Full-Time, Exempt position This is a salaried position so there may be times when a non-standard schedule is required The salary range for this position is $80,000 to $100,000 . Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include: 401(k) + 401(k) matching Life AD&D insurance Optional supplemental insurance s Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plans with employer contribution Paid time off + Paid holidays Company ownership options At Carbon America, we believe that when you put the common good over personal gain you make the world a better place. We work together in alignment with our company’s values to find solutions to climate change. Carbon America is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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