Billerica, MA /
Engineering /
Full Time
About Boston Materials

Founded in 2016, Boston Materials is a high-performance materials company enabling manufacturers of industrial and consumer products to break through their design trade-offs with new materials. The company’s patented Z-axis Fiber™ technology is a lightweight material that has an extraordinary ability to diffuse energy (structural, thermal or electrical). It is produced from 100% reclaimed carbon fiber, enabling new, high-volume, energy-efficient products that have a low carbon footprint. By turning a $2B per year waste stream into high-value, advanced materials, Boston Materials is enabling the next generation of products and unlocking a circular economy. To learn more about Boston Materials, visit


Everything that we want to do in life depends on materials. Consider the Bronze Age, Iron Age, Age of Plastics – our evolution as a society is defined by the materials that we use. Products, from airplanes, electric vehicles, to semiconductor devices, are all enabled and limited by the materials that are available to us. Boston Materials is driven by the vision that creating novel materials will empower industry leaders to make new and better products. 

We are hiring an experienced Technician to join our expanding team and play a major role in developing and building new game-changing composite materials!!

The Purpose of this Role

We hire people that are eager to make an impact!

As a Technician at Boston Materials, you will use equipment and machinery to support major development programs. From machine operation to organizational improvements, you will be an integral part of our technical team. A typical day can include operating CNC machinery, power tools, laboratory equipment, and other equipment to make key project contributions. A successful candidate will enjoy hands-on work, be detail-oriented and will keep diligent records of tasks performed.

The Impact You Will Make in this Role:

    •  Operate CNC machinery and other machine shop equipment (manual lathe, waterjet, bandsaw, drill press, hand tools)
    • Run laboratory equipment (Instron, hydraulic presses, ovens, microscope)
    • Work independently and on a team to meet project deadlines
    • Perform QA testing and record data
    • Support manufacturing operations on production or development lines

Your Skills and Expertise:

    •  Experience operating metal fabrication equipment
    •  Experience operating laboratory equipment
    •  Attention to detail-oriented and focus on high-quality work
    •  Ability to follow detailed instructions
    •  Enjoyment of physical work
Boston Materials is an EOE and at the forefront of materials innovation, the key to which is diverse teams with unique backgrounds and experiences. We are committed to employing a diverse workforce with equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis.