Various positions | Noble Thermodynamic Systems Inc. | Alameda, California, United States
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Sr. Process Piping Engineer
Noble Thermodynamics is looking for a passionate and climate-motivated Sr. Process Piping Engineer to actively participate and be eager to become a key contributor and engineering leader in the R&D of our advanced power generation technology. In this role, you will be responsible for the innovative design and integration of critical sub-systems (power generation, carbon capture, etc.) to realize the company’s core technology. You will follow best practices, devising PFD & P&ID with a focus on design for assembly to achieve the best outcomes. You will be expected to work independently, implementing the engineering method across all aspects of your work. You will work closely with other modeling, electrical, control, and test engineers to cost-effectively create and validate detailed process specifications and operation characteristics following the engineering design process. You will also be responsible for generating engineering documents (PFDs, P&IDs, FDS, GAs, etc) and interfacing with external partners. In this role, you will face two distinct environments: an R&D environment with highly custom demands; and an industrial environment, well standardized, with built-to-last demands. At Noble Thermodynamic we pride ourselves on an all-hands-on-deck approach; You will be expected to participate in the test system design, assembly, and operation when necessary. This role demands a team-spirited individual, eager autodidact, able to lead, coordinate and collaborate with a multidisciplinary team and assist on multiple projects simultaneously.
Noble Thermodynamics is looking for a passionate and climate-motivated Mechatronic Engineer to support the R&D of our advanced, zero-emission power generation technology. In this role, your primary responsibility will be designing and integrating highly sophisticated mechatronic systems that can execute complex control algorithms, perform data acquisition tasks and drive high-power heavy-duty equipment (e.g., MW-size dynamometers, etc.). In this role, you will face two very distinct environments: an R&D with highly custom demands and an industrial, well-standardized, with built-to-last demands. This role demands a team-spirited individual, able to coordinate and collaborate with a multidisciplinary team (e.g., mechanical design, controls, etc.), and assist on multiple projects simultaneously.