Institute of Gas Technology
Hydrogen Technology & Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Intern (R&D)
GTI Energy is an organization dedicated to advancing the economy-wide transformation needed to deeply decarbonize energy systems while supplying the energy needed to support rising standards of living and economic growth worldwide. GTI Energy embraces a vision for integrated, low-carbon, low-cost energy systems that leverage gases, liquids, efficiency, and infrastructure to meet the urgent challenges presented by climate change and global energy access. With a team that includes some of the nation's top energy scientists, engineers, and thought leaders, we are helping deliver clean and resilient solutions to a growing world. GTI Energy partners with organizations around the globe to operationalize the ambitious aspirations required for the global energy transition.
GTI Energy is inviting you to join us now as we seek to enable low-carbon, low-cost integrated energy systems that leverage gases, liquids, efficiency, and infrastructure. Success requires ambition, innovation, scale, and collaboration. We will execute on this ambition through objective-oriented collaboration with the industry, academia, public officials, and NGOs – domestically and internationally.
To support this expanded effort, GTI Energy is seeking a Hydrogen Technology & Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Intern. This individual will assist in the development and execution of projects that support the accelerated deployment of low-carbon hydrogen. This position will work with internal and external partners to build and activate industry networks, work with subject matter experts to conduct LCAs on hydrogen and other technologies, and build strategies around future low carbon energy marketplaces, including hydrogen.
GTI Energy offers generous benefits, competitive salaries, career advancement, and the opportunity to work in a professional R&D environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
We are proud of what we do because our work matters. GTI Energy is working toward solving global energy challenges in transitioning to a low-carbon economy. We have a proven track record in producing innovative ideas and commercializing solutions to deliver clean and reliable energy. At GTI Energy, we deliver innovative technology solutions for safe, efficient, and responsible energy.
So, what does that mean for you? You will work in a positive and respectful work culture that fosters growth, collaboration, and opportunity. You will be supported by competitive compensation, incentives, and benefits, while enjoying purposeful work that drives improvement of delivering clean energy to the world.
The position will be based in the Chicagoland area at the GTI Energy Headquarters. While local candidates are preferred, GTI Energy does provide seasonal housing assistance for the right candidate.
GTI Energy is committed to developing a barrier-free recruitment process and work environment. If you require any accommodation, please e-mail us at HumanResources@gti.energy and we'll work with you to meet your accessibility needs. You must have legal authorization to work for GTI Energy on your date of hire with no further action required by GTI Energy. GTI Energy is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, minority/female/disability/veteran/sexual orientation.
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