Aclarity is a venture capital backed water technology company that designs and deploys proprietary electrochemical water treatment products to destroy harmful contaminants and protect the environment and human health. Our goal is to be the most impactful water company by delivering sustainable, cost effective, and superior water treatment solutions to the world.
We are a dynamic and growing startup that values inclusiveness, hard work, and fun.

Position Summary

The Electrochemist Engineer is responsible for building and maintaining the electrochemistry R&D infrastructure to support the product development and optimize process control and performance. Works closely with external manufacturers, vendors, and other team leaders to evaluate and provide performance data on materials and processes. The Electrochemist Engineer will participate in a cross functional team environment with mutual collaboration to assure success of the final product.

As a highly motivated individual with very good organization, technical, and communication skills, you will work with a team of professionals to deliver superior service. The “ideal” candidate will come from an engineering background and bring with them project management and technical expertise that can be built in as learning more about the company’s core business.

Examples of Duties

Build and maintain electrochemistry R&D infrastructure.
Perform comprehensive modeling of electrochemical systems, optimization and sensitivity analysis, charge-
rate/capacity and electron transfer optimization.
Develop test protocols, evaluate and implement those test protocols to the manufactured products to develop
QA/QC standards.
Oversee experimental preparation, equipment maintenance, quality control, analysis of samples; determine
appropriate analytical methods for different parameters and experimental matrices.
Direct the design and implementation of research protocols; design safety procedures; adapt new procedures,
methods, or instrumentation relative to research procedures, and search of pertinent scientific literature as
Establish and verify laboratory performance indicators and ensure the integrity of the data presented to
Supervises the analysis of treatment chemicals and other purchased substances to ensure that specifications are
Review data prior to reporting. Update quality control charts and graphs on a regular basis.
Proactively manage safety and environmental issues and ensures compliance with Federal and State standards
including Hazardous Waste Disposal and Air Quality Standards in lab and in field testing assignments.
Analyze charge transfer, chemical reactions and mechanisms, flow patterns, current and potential distribution,
mass/momentum transport.
Simulation of different operational conditions (charge-rate, fluid(s) composition, temperature, pressure) using
developed models.

Guide design and fabrication of electrochemical/chemical/mechanical systems
Assist in the development of experimental protocols for testing of electrochemical systems study of cycle life and
calendar life of electrodes and systems; multi-step models to study degradation processes; design of custom-made
testing equipment
Conduct data analysis for performance optimization prototype to final product translation
Provide overall engineering support and input to external manufacturers
Participate in regular project team meetings across multiple projects
Prepare scientific publications and present work at conferences.


Perform various duties of a routine to complex nature following acceptable standards of quality and performance, requires
independent judgment in determining methods of completion and carrying out assignments
Supervision received: Works under the direct supervision of the R&D Manager or their designee.
Supervision Given: Provides direction and guidance to the other staff and external partners, assisting them in completing
their assigned work.

Education, Training, and Experience

Chemical, Mechanical, or Electrical engineer or Chemist with Masters in focusing in electrochemistry or related is required.
Ph.D in electrochemistry is preferred. Knowledge and experience on charge, heat, and fluid transport as well as electrode
and reactor design and manufacturing is highly desirable. 2+ years of working experience in analytical chemistry is also
preferred. Environmental engineering and/or programming experience is a plus. Must possess independent problem-solving
skills and ability to perform experimental work. We seek candidates with excellent communication skills, ability to multitask
projects and collaborate effectively with other team members.
Physical Requirements:
Regularly required to walk, stand, sit, talk, and hear; operate objects, tools, or controls; pick up paper, files and other
common office objects. Ability to view computer screens and work with details for extended periods of time. Work to be
performed in a lab environment, therefore proper safety protocols must be followed.


This position is located in Mansfield, MA. Applicant must be local or be willing to relocate.

To Apply

Please send cover letter, resume, and list of references to info@aclaritywater.com for consideration to this position. This application will remain open until filled. For more information about the company visit us at www.aclaritywater.com. Aclarity is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard
to race, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, ethnicity, sex (including pregnancy), gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship, past, current, or prospective service in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.