To provide as needed engineering support as a government contractor within a government facility. Individual must be available to proactively:
- Conduct research (conduct literature surveys and access publicly available documents)
- Review carbon capture and advanced fossil energy technologies and concepts government staff request information on
- Update and maintain appropriate presentation materials
- Assist in the development of technical responses to stakeholders (Congressional staffers, industry, …)
- Develop clear concise summaries for staff on technologies and their potential costs and/or economic benefits to power generation and industry.
- Assist or support the coordination of multiple authors developing material into a larger report.
- Must be U.S. citizen
- An engineering degree (mechanical/chemical/industrial or equivalent), masters level or above (5 to 10 years of experience may be considered in place of an advanced degree),
- Ability to learn quickly and have the personal relationship skills to work in a fast-paced, team environment
- General understanding of coal/gas-fired power plants, understanding of basic operation of equipment related to power generation system (e.g., coal/gas fired boilers, pumps, VFDs, condensers, steam turbines, Brayton & Rankine cycles, cooling equipment)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Proven abilities developing executive level summaries and presentation materials both for technical and non-technical stakeholders
Job Type: Full-time
- power generation: 5 years (Preferred)
- Germantown, MD (Required)