Fluid Simulation Engineer
Berkeley, CA /
Technology – System Engineering /
Are you ready to rise to the challenge of climate change with the team that will deliver? Form Energy is a U.S. technology and manufacturing company that is developing and commercializing pioneering energy storage technologies to enable the electric grid to run on 100% renewable energy, every day of the year.
Supported by leading investors such as Breakthrough Energy Ventures, ArcelorMittal, TPG Rise, MIT’s The Engine, and others, we share a common belief that low-cost, multi-day energy storage is the key to enable tomorrow’s zero carbon electric grid. Driven by our core values of humanity, excellence, and creativity, we are deeply motivated and inspired to create a better world. We need talented, hardworking individuals who share our goal of tackling the challenge of climate change. Do you want to work with us today to build a better tomorrow?
We are seeking a Fluid Simulation Engineer to join the Systems team, which owns the development of the enclosure and accompanying subsystem design for Form Energy’s commercial product. In this role, you will focus on the simulation of thermal and airflow concepts with the ability to grow your knowledge in these areas as you interact with subject matter experts. You’ll help create, upgrade, and correlate simulations to quickly test, validate and iterate on designs. The responsibilities include simulating concepts through collaboration with other disciplines and presenting the results to help guide and improve the design. This is a unique opportunity to develop a broad range of skills while doing your part to fight climate change!
What You'll Do:
- Lead the development of simulation tools and contribute to the concepts used for prediction and performance development by running simulations, upgrading and updating features, and correlating to test data
- Create and automate data analysis from aero/thermal simulations to enable data-based decision making
- Support subsystem concepts by generating new data, troubleshooting and resolving divergences and geometry inputs, and maintaining fluid designs
- Lead efforts to track performance using analysis tools
What You'll Bring:
- Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, or related field
- 2+ years of fluid simulation (3D-CFD) experience
- Proficiency in Star-CCM+ and/or GT-Suite/1D modeling software
- Proficiency with scripting languages such as Python and/or MATLAB
- Strong communication skills within a group of peers and broader organization including remote team members
- Enjoys a fast paced work environment
- Battery experience is a plus
The salary range for this role is $108,025 - $133,255. The range listed is what we reasonably expect to pay for this role at the time of this posting. We may ultimately pay more or less than the posted range and may be modified in the future. Actual compensation packages are based on several factors that are unique to each candidate, including but not limited to skill set, depth of experience, certifications, and specific work location. This may be different in other locations due to differences in the cost of labor.
Besides joining a community of people working to make the world better, Form Energy commits to you equitable compensation, stock options, and offers a generous benefits package to make sure you have the support you need to thrive.
We cover 100% of employee premiums and 80% of dependent premiums for medical, dental, and vision insurance for full time employees. We offer a flexible Paid Time Off program and every employee, regardless of gender identity or expression, is eligible for 12 weeks of paid parental bonding leave. A full listing of our benefits is available on our careers page.
At Form Energy, we are working toward a 100% renewable energy future for everyone in the world. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our employees and are seeking to build a team that reflects the diversity of the people we hope to serve with our revolutionary products. Form Energy is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.