Here, we post career opportunities from early-stage companies in the New England cleantech sector that Fraunhofer CSE supports through its TechBrige program. If you have an early-stage cleantech company with positions open, please email us for a complimentary listing.
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Located in Cambridge, MA, ByteLight designs intelligent light systems that are capable of supporting digital data communications and indoor navigation through general purpose lighting.
ByteLight has a software engineering position, 2 developer positions and a designer position open as of 1/14/13.
Cambrian focuses on water treatment and sensing products with the potential to change the paradigm in their domain of application.
Cambrian has 2 fellowship positions, 2 engineering positions, and 2 internships open as of 1/14/13.
Coincident, Inc. is a Boston-based technology start-up and we’ve developed an advanced energy management system for residential and small businesses consumers.
Coincident has 2 software engineering positions open as of 1/14/13.
The start-up Dynamo Micropower applies recent advances in turbine technology to
commercialize small, ultra portable generators.
Dynamo has 1 VP of engineering position, 2 engineering positions, 2 engineering internships open as of 1/14/13.
FirstFuel’s Rapid Building Assessment platform uses building consumption data from the utility to produce complete building analysis and energy savings. FirstFuel was previously profiled in CleanTech Notes and on the US Department of Energy Blog.
FirstFuel has 1 design, 2 engineering, 1 operations, and 1 data analytics position open as of 1/14/13.
AMBRI is an early-stage company working to develop and commercialize a new battery technology that will revolutionize grid-scale power storage. AMBRI’s battery has the potential to cost significantly less than existing batteries. By decoupling power supply and power demand, the liquid metal battery will be a major enabler of the widespread use of sustainable energy sources and the development of more efficient power systems.
AMBRI has 2 engineering positions, 1 technical specialist, and 1 technician position open as of 1/14/13.
FINSix is a fast-paced, VC-backed start-up poised to disrupt the power supply industry. FINSix is developing a new class of power supply systems based on a novel VHF switching architecture.
FINSix has 2 engineering positions open as of 1/14/13.
Located in Cambridge, MA, Sun Catalytix is an early-stage renewable energy company founded to commercialize a breakthrough catalyst and related technologies developed by Professor Daniel Nocera at MIT. As a recent recipient of a highly competitive ARPA-E award, Sun Catalytix is accelerating its efforts to unlock the virtually limitless energy resulting from the combination of sunlight and water.
Sun Catalytix has 1 technician and 1 manager position open as of 1/14/13.
Ubiquitous Energy is a technology start-up developing a portfolio of emerging photovoltaic technologies that enable seamless deployment of light-harvesting functionality in the form of products and surfaces we interact with every day. Ubiquitous Energy won the 2011 MIT Clean Energy Prize Renewables Category and also received the 2011 Fraunhofer-Techbridge U-Launch Award, a U.S. Department of Energy-funded award program that provides services to promising clean energy start-ups.
Ubiquitous Energy is growing and looking for full-time employees and interns.