Thermal Systems Lead at Remora

Posted on: 05/07/2022

Location: (ON-SITE)

full time

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Remora is hiring a Thermal Systems Lead who will develop the thermal management system of the Remora mobile carbon capture device from concept through production. The Thermal Systems Lead will be aid in the development of the device thermal architectures through architecture analysis, requirement generation, component development, component sourcing, and systems testing, all while helping to tackle the defining challenge of our time. Responsibilities: Develop design concepts through 1D simulation and other techniques, and identify potential architectures and appropriately sized components of thermal management system Develop thermal component and thermal subsystem requirements Identify thermal components and suppliers that meet design requirements, procurement timing, and cost constraints Design or direct thermal system packaging via 3D CAD software Develop test cases for thermal test bench and conduct tests to evaluate component performance and thermal architecture efficiency Incorporate leading edge technology from automotive thermal system innovations and make thoughtful decisions and recommendations based on findings Lead design reviews, pre-production verification and validation, and production design release Support or direct thermal system control calibration Location: Wixom, MI Start date: by July 1, 2022 COVID-19: Remora requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Applicants are required to submit proof of vaccination prior to beginning employment. Appropriate COVID-19 safety precautions are implemented in the workplace. Compensation and Benefits: Competitive salaries (adjusted for geography) and equity ownership Healthcare (QSEHRA) Retirement (401k) Student loan assistance Four weeks of paid time off Dependent care assistance (childcare or eldercare) Parental leave Unlimited sick and compassionate leave Employee development and coaching Relocation stipend Climate change disproportionately impacts communities of color, so we’re looking for candidates deeply committed to reducing emissions and to racial justice. We especially encourage people of color, women, and members of other communities underrepresented in startups to apply. Research shows that women and people of color are less likely to think they are qualified for a position after reading a list of requirements like the one above. If you are worried that you are not qualified, please apply anyway! We’re most excited to work with people who learn quickly and want to tackle the climate crisis.