Senior Chemical Engineer
Siluria Technologies - San Francisco, CA

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Oversees workflow design including selection of equipment to characterize and test catalyst processes and performance.
In collaboration with cross-functional team, contributes to development and implementation of catalyst and process optimization.
Designs and implements high-throughput, lab scale and pilot scale experiments and equipment for further reactor design and process optimization.
Obtains and analyzes data for process scale-up.
Reviews academic and patent literature in the relevant area of catalyst design, chemical engineering, and reactor design.
Defines laboratory capabilities, analytical capabilities, process development test methods, and procedures.

PhD or MS in Chemical Engineering (preferred) or Chemistry.
5-10+ years of relevant industrial experience in heterogeneous catalytic processes.
Experience with testing and development of heterogeneous catalystsprocesses at lab scale and pilot scale.
Strong analytical background with extensive gas chromatography (GC) experience and data integration. GC method development with petroleum-like products is a plus.
Mechanically oriented with experience implementing and maintain inganalytical instrumentation.
Must be familiar with DOE methodology, experience with high throughput screening methodology is a plus.
Experience with reactor design, reaction process engineering and process modeling.
Must be very flexible, able to learn independently and communicate well with a cross-functional team.
Experience at both large and small companies is a plus.
Desire to succeed tempered by maturity and a good sense of humor.

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Siluria Technologies is pioneering the commercial production of fuels and chemicals made from clean, abundant natural gas. Siluria's break...