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Current Vacancies

We’re currently looking to fill the following positions. If you would like to apply, please email careers@wildhydrogen.com with a cover letter and a copy of your CV. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to offer feedback if your application is not shortlisted for interview.

Chemical Engineer

We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Chemical Engineer to play a pivotal role in the scale-up of our novel climate tech. This position offers an unparalleled opportunity to contribute to the acceleration of our technology through the Technology Readiness Levels. You will be instrumental in building sophisticated models to predict reactor behaviour, optimising gas flows, enhancing temperature measurement techniques, advancing our syngas cleanup and progressing our carbon capture methodologies.

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Location: Gloucestershire, UK

Job Type: Full-Time

Main responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement models to simulate the behaviour of chemical reactors under various conditions.
  • Analyse gas flow dynamics to optimise performance and efficiency.
  • Design and processes for temperature measurement and control within the reactor environment.
  • Support efforts in syngas cleanup and carbon dioxide separation, proposing innovative solutions to enhance process efficiency.
  • Collaborate with the research team to troubleshoot process-related issues and implement continuous improvement strategies.
  • Provide technical expertise to support the scaling-up of our carbon-negative technology, ensuring it meets industry standards and regulatory requirements.
  • Document all design work and process improvements meticulously, contributing to innovation and patent applications as required.

Essential Skills and Experience

  • A degree in Chemical Engineering, Process Engineering, or a related field.
  • Experience working on medium to large-scale projects, for a minimum of five years
  • Proven experience in modelling and simulation of chemical processes, particularly reactor behaviour, gas flows, and temperature control.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Excellent communication and documentation abilities, capable of conveying complex technical information clearly and concisely.
  • Passion for sustainability and climate technology innovations.

Desirable Experience

  • Hands-on experience with syngas cleanup gas separation technologies.
  • Experience working in an R&D environment.
  • Experience with ASPEN, SolidWorks and Siemens Control Systems.
  • Experience in defining requirements to partners and technical suppliers.

Why Join Us?

  • Be part of an ambitious startup at the forefront of the fight against climate change.
  • Work alongside a team of passionate, like-minded professionals in a collaborative and innovative environment.
  • Significant opportunities for professional growth and contribution to the development of groundbreaking carbon-negative climate technologies.
  • Competitive salary and equity package, reflecting the important role you’ll play in our company’s growth journey.

Please send your CV and a cover letter explaining why you’re the perfect fit for this role to careers@wildhydrogen.com. Ensure your application highlights your experience related to the essential skills and responsibilities outlined above.

Control Systems Engineer

We are seeking a creative and exceptional Control Systems Engineer to join a small results-driven R&D team working at pace to develop systems to replace fossil fuels. Their responsibilities will include designing, implementing, testing, and making repairs to process control systems and ensuring our systems are running effectively and efficiently. 

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Location: Hardwicke, Gloucester. This role is based at Wild Hydrogen HQ in Hardwicke, Gloucester. Some travel may be required.

Job Type: Full-Time

Salary: Salary dependent on experience

Main responsibilities:

  • Knowledge of coding language: proficiency in coding languages to develop and maintain control systems
  • Knowledge of automation: implement automation solutions to optimise processes
  • Managing and maintenance: oversee and maintain bespoke hardware and software systems
  • Training: ability to train team members in process control and automation

Electronics

  • Design using microprocessors
  • UART
  • A to D and D to A convertors
  • Displays
  • Fault finding electrical circuits
  • Soldering skills
  • Analog design useful

Systems

  • Interconnection of many inputs from individual sensor level up to rack-mounted instruments using multiple communication protocols
  • Data capture from sensors and instruments
  • Control loop from sensors and instruments to actuators, actuators include electric motors, gas valves, heating elements, hydraulic valves etc.
  • Presentation of data using slideshows and spreadsheets

Essential experience required:

  • Graduate in relevant subject as a minimum
  • Proven commercial experience.
  • Digital Control Loops essential, Analog Control Loops useful
  • Design and hands-on build of bespoke hardware and software systems
  • Writing of functional specifications for control systems
  • Working with third-party suppliers and manufacturers
  • Ability to present technical data to be understood by layperson

Desired programme experience in:

  • Gas flow control systems
  • Chemical engineering system control
  • Working in an R&D environment

Company benefits / About the company:

  • Flexible working hours: Work 8 hours between 7 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday, with flexibility available upon request
  • Company ‘baker days’: Enjoy fun and insightful days off-site; previous activities have included e-biking adventures in the Cotswolds
  • Access to company e-bikes for commuting or leisure use
  • Free parking on-site at Wild Hydrogen HQ
  • Holiday allowance: 29 days inclusive of bank holidays
  • Take your birthday off as an extra day of leave
  • Future potential for share options/equity in business
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Become part of the team

As a fast-growing company, we’re always looking to expand and opportunities can become available very quickly. If there are no suitable roles listed above, but you feel you would be a good fit then you’re welcome to email us with a copy of your CV to careers@wildhydrogen.com.