Technical Coordinator

Number of employees

220

Princeton, United States

Posted on: 2024-06-18

Category: renewables

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Employment type:

Full time

Experience required:

Intermediate

Salary

Salary not provided

About the company:

The world needs a clean and reliable source of base-load energy to develop sustainably into the future. That’s what Tokamak Energy is striving to achieve.

Tokamak Energy is a private company accelerating the development of fusion power.

Fusion – the energy source that powers the sun – is globally accepted as the best way to generate plentiful, safe, secure and clean energy. The tokamak is the most heavily researched and best understood of all the different paths to fusion.

It is now acknowledged that the spherical tokamak design offers the smallest and most cost-effective solution. This is our solution. Yet there are many complex engineering challenges that need to be overcome for demonstration and commercialisation of this technology.

Our team of world-class fusion scientists and magnet engineers is tackling these challenges to develop efficient and affordable fusion power. Our unique approach is centred on rapid innovation using the latest materials and technology – but building on decades of scientific research and experience. This strategy gives us – and the world – a faster way to fusion.

Once fusion electricity is achieved, our scalable technology could be rolled out across the world as a solution to one of humanity’s greatest challenges: clean and sustainable energy for all.

Please note this role would ideally be based in Princeton NJ on a hybrid working pattern but we could also consider remote working for the right candidate.

Overview

TE Inc.is looking for a Technical Coordinator to support the US operation with administrative support, community engagement, and talent and retention. Established in 2019, Tokamak Energy (TE) Inc., the US subsidiary of Tokamak Energy is rapidly expanding its US footprint. You will have the exciting opportunity to help establish our US office, pursue new opportunities in fusion and magnets with government and commercial partners and support the TE Inc team in delivering TE’s fusion pilot plant under the US Department of Energy Fusion Pilot Plant program.

Requirements

 Provide administrative support to the team:

  • Schedule stakeholder meetings, support with emails, calendars, meeting preparation and meeting minutes and actions
  • Work with internal and external TE Inc and TE Ltd stakeholders to support and oversee secondments and visitors ensuring schedules, travel, accommodation, presentation packs are in place as required.
  • Interface with UK TE Ltd financial accounting to ensure smooth operation of TE Inc payroll, benefits, and other financial reporting deadlines

Organize community engagement:

  • Coordinate community engagement strategy with consultants to establish meaningful relationships with local communities in proximity to our current and future US operations
  • Collaborate with local stakeholders and government officials to align community initiatives with company goals and values.
  • Act as a representative of TE Inc in government and industry events, conferences, and networking opportunities.
  • Leverage knowledge of fusion science and / or engineering to contribute to the development of business proposals and funding applications to support expansion projects.

 Support talent and retention

  • Collaborate with US TE Inc and UK TE Ltd stakeholders to develop and execute a comprehensive talent acquisition and retention strategy. 
  • Support effective onboarding and professional development programs to nurture employee growth and career advancement.
  • Promote diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, ensuring a supportive and inclusive work environment.

Requirements

  • You have a passion for organisation, administrative management and driving business 
  • You are autonomous, organised and are able to hold people accountable
  • You can support the US team with administrative and project based tasks
  • You are able to juggle multiple and conflicting priorities
  • You are able to identify areas of opportunities to operate more efficiently and you can support with cross programme best practices
  • You are great at communicating and happy to support teams with regards to their training and knowledge improvement
  • Experience in a startup is preferred
  • Experience with US government and national labs is preferred
  • Experience in energy sector is preferred
  • Background in science, engineering and / or nuclear physics is preferred

Benefits

  •           Salary dependent on skills and experience and will be discussed from the outset
  •           28 days (inclusive of festive break) PTO plus 8 Federal / Bank holidays
  •           401k with 6% match
  •           Excellent medical, vision and dental plans

Hazard-specific / Safety-critical duties

  •           Driving on Company business
  •           Occasional travel to UK on company business
  •           Working with materials that are managed under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  •           Manual handling 

About Us

What if there was a limitless, safe, clean, low-cost energy source, providing much needed global energy security? What if that energy source could also help reduce climate change? We believe that’s fusion energy. Tokamak Energy is a leading global commercial fusion energy company based near Oxford, UK. We have an unrivalled track record designing and operating spherical tokamaks; the optimal route to commercial fusion energy.

In addition to fusion energy, Tokamak Energy is recognised as the leader in High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) magnet, design, numerical modelling, and prototyping. Our dedicated HTS magnet team, in collaboration with key manufacturing partners, is focussed on becoming the leading supplier of HTS magnets to multiple markets.

The company, founded in 2009 as a spin-off from the UK’s Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, currently employs a growing team of over 250 people with experts from the UK and around the world. It combines world leading scientific, engineering, industrial and commercial capabilities. The company has 70 families of patent applications and has raised $250 million, comprising $200m from private investors and $50m from the UK and US governments. Our US subsidiary, Tokamak Energy Inc, was established in 2019.

Come and be a part of a dynamic and innovative team who are striving to provide a solution to one of humanity’s greatest challenges: clean and sustainable energy for all.

Important information

Please note that any personal data submitted to Tokamak Energy will be processed in accordance with the GDPR and related UK data protection legislation.

If you do not meet all the listed criteria for this position, we would still welcome your application.

Entry into employment with Tokamak Energy and progression within employment will be determined only by personal merit and the application of criteria which are related to the duties of each post and the relevant salary structure. In all cases, ability to perform the job will be the primary consideration.

No applicant or member of staff shall be discriminated against because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.

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