Twelve is a new kind of chemical company built for the climate era. Our breakthrough technology eliminates emissions by turning CO2 into essential products. We are a team of scientists, engineers and problem solvers on a mission to fundamentally shift the way the world addresses climate change and lead the transition to a fossil free future with our carbon transformation technology.

Job Brief

As Shop Manager / Machinist you will be responsible for maintaining and organizing several small shop spaces, and perform intermittent machining and shop support for Twelve’s engineering teams.You will help to guide future development of Twelve’s machining and shop capabilities.

This is a full time role based in Berkeley, CA

What you’ll do

  • Keep shop tools and spaces in good working order, including ordering, maintenance, and organizing
  • Instruct and advise engineers and technicians in tool/machine use and technique
  • Provide input to engineers on the manufacturability of designs
  • Machine/fabricate parts to specifications/drawings given by engineers 
  • Observe best practices and use practical judgment to maintain a safe work environment.
  • Develop and document shop use, training, and safety policies
  • Be an active partner in planning Twelve’s future shop capabilities

Who you are

  • You have experience working in machine/fabrication shop environments with a wide variety of materials and methods.
  • You are comfortable and capable with manual machine tools.
  • Can read and work to engineering drawings
  • Familiar with rapid prototyping tools (3D printers and laser cutter)
  • Basic familiarity with electrical/electronics wiring and assembly
  • Familiar with common industrial safety practices for shop tools.
  • Ability to work and communicate with shop users of a wide range of experience and background
  • You love a shop that’s good to work in and want to help create that environment for others
  • Able to lift 50 lbs.

Twelve Benefits

  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • Paid sick days and vacation
  • Competitive salary and equity compensation commensurate with experience
  • Diverse and inclusive work environment

At Twelve, it's important each employee is compensated competitively and fairly. In alignment with state legal requirements, Twelve conducts exhaustive research to understand compensation markets. A range for the included position is listed below. Be advised, actual offer details are determined by job category, job location, and candidate skill level. 
 
Wage Range: $97,760 - $112,320
 
Please note that some pay bands may have wide ranges of compensation to accommodate candidate's diverse sets of skill levels.
 

We believe that the unique contributions of each individual is the driver of our success. To make sure that our products and culture continue to incorporate everyone's perspectives and experience we never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, or marital, veteran, or disability status.

 

Want to work with us but don't see a current opening that fits your background? Email us at talent@twelve.co. 

 

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