Who we are…

CERT Systems Inc (CERT) is on a mission to transform the way the world’s most important chemicals are made. Our breakthrough route to convert captured CO2 into valuable fuels and chemical feedstocks means that we can help the planet avoid over 500 million tonnes of emissions by 2040.

Who YOU are…

You are not new to the engineering world – you are an experienced contributor looking for their next step up the ladder. You are a strong technical subject matter expert, whether you’re designing and testing hardware in the lab, or modelling flows at your desk. You are excited for this role because you’re mission-driven; you care about climate change, and you want to use your skills to help be part of a global solution.

What you’ll do day-to-day

  • Lead the day-to-day work of the Mechanical Engineering team, ensuring technical compliance, process optimization and business objectives are met
  • Provide coaching and guidance to team members, reviewing work as appropriate
  • Design electrolyzer hardware and supporting balance of plant hardware; monitor and troubleshoot as needed to improve processes and performance
  • Perform calculations (with and without the use of modelling software) related to thermal, electrical, and electrochemical properties within the electrolyzer
  • Propose modifications to the electrolyzer design informed by calculations and modelling
  • Develop and perform testing procedures to verify electrolyzer performance
  • Analyze and interpret experimental results.

Your qualifications

  • Undergraduate or graduate degree in Mechanical Engineering, or a related field
  • EIT or P.Eng certification preferred
  • 5+ years of industry or postgraduate experience in a relevant field; experience working with related hardware or chemical systems is a must!
  • People management experience is an asset, but not required
  • Able to work in-person in our Toronto location

Submit your application to careers@co2cert.com

CERT strives to be an equitable and inclusive community. We encourage applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ2S+ persons.

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