RedoxBlox is actively seeking highly talented individuals who are passionate about global decarbonization. Please complete the application below and tell us the unique talents and expertise you offer the team. Feel free to submit an application even though your expertise does not explicitly match an open position.

Redoxblox, Inc. is looking for dynamic professionals to join a multi-disciplinary team that is changing the energy world by commercializing thermochemical energy storage with a better than lithium-ion battery cost/performance. Venture and Federal Government backed, we offer a comprehensive benefits package including medical coverage, stock options, and a 401(k), in addition to competitive salaries. Most importantly, we offer the opportunity to join the present-day industrial-decarbonization-revolution!

We are seeking an Electrical Engineer with demonstrable skills in component selection with broad experience in high power electrical system design. This is a hands-on position that requires refined experimental skills and outstanding communication abilities. Reporting to the Vice President of Engineering. The successful applicant will have the choice of working in Bend, Oregon or San Diego, California.


  • Develop electrical system architectures for a novel thermochemical energy storage device
  • Select appropriate control systems hardware and software platforms
  • Select system components including power electronics that drive motors, heaters, etc.
  • Develop and verify digital and analog power electronics control hardware
  • Record specification designs, drawings, bills of materials and test data
  • Create test procedures to verify hardware designs
  • Ensure products satisfy UL, CSA, IEC, IEEE, EU and EN requirements
  • Handle power electronics, components, circuits and modules
  • Discuss with research personnel to resolve problems and develop design
  • Prepare product or system layout and detail drawings and wiring schematics
  • Check engineering test results for application to system developments


  • High proficiency in the fundamentals of electrical engineering
  • Experience with common power electronics designs and topologies, including AC-AC and AC-DC converter design
  • Experience in working with high voltage equipment (up to 15 kV) and high power (up to 1 MW) in a laboratory environment
  • Familiarity with common laboratory equipment including oscilloscopes, power supplies, power analyzers, safety equipment, etc.
  • Minimum Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering with 5 years of industry experience in electrical engineering and control systems
  • Demonstrated success in independent pursuit of technical projects
  • Superior English speaking and writing skills. Must be able to effectively communicate ideas, technical conditions, and specifications.
  • Able to lift and manipulate equipment and experimental apparatus weighing up to 30 pounds

    Preferred Qualifications
    Advanced degree in electrical engineering
    Professional Engineering (PE) licensure in the state(s) of California (and Oregon)
    10 years of industry experience in electrical engineering and control systems
    Hardware, programming and control system experience/expertise

Competitive compensation package
Employer-paid health & life insurance
Retirement 401k with employer matching.
Flexible work schedules and remote work opportunities
Generous paid time off

We do not discriminate based on sex, age, color, race, religion, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law.

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