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Advancing climate solutions that capture and reuse CO2 from the atmosphere is challenging and exhilarating. As a member of the Carbon Engineering (CE) team you’ll be surrounded by smart, adventurous, curious people committed to progressing our Direct Air Capture (DAC) and AIR TO FUELSTM technologies.

We’re a diverse team of innovators hailing from around the world with a shared vision, purpose, and commitment to deliver large-scale climate change solutions. Our headquarters is in Squamish, B.C. and our presence is expanding as we work with partners to deploy our solutions in multiple markets around the globe.

Our Culture 

Our culture combines our heritage as a small company with our ambitious goals. We have a passion for what we do and believe our work will have a true and lasting impact on the world. Many of our employees were drawn to CE because of the direct connection between the game-changing work we do and their own personal values.

At our core, CE values integrity, growth, excellence in execution, and fun. This is an environment where people matter and contributions are noticed. Our employees work hard and are given the opportunity to learn and grow from mistakes. Diversity is embraced, and we value an inclusive work environment where every employee has an equal opportunity to be heard. We work in a dynamic environment and thrive on tackling rewarding and complex problems as a team.

The Perks


Squamish, B.C. is a world-class outdoor destination with an unmatched quality of life and proximity to the natural world. Vancouver is one hour away, offering urban conveniences and access to a major clean energy hub. Our office has views of the ocean and the 700-metre high Stawamus Chief, one of the largest granite monoliths in the world and a rock climbing icon.

Professional Development

We’re invested in employee growth and success. We attract the best-of-the-best and strive to retain our top talent by providing professional development opportunities and training. Our employees are encouraged to take advantage of this support to strengthen skills and advance their contributions to addressing the climate challenge.


Staff activities have always been an important part of CE’s culture. We hold frequent social events and take any opportunity to bring the company together, at lunch or in the mountains. We believe having fun is an important part of work.

Time to Recharge

In addition to their vacation days, each employee receives seven flex days each year that can be used with shorter notice (for say, a powder day or an impromptu long weekend with family).

Room to Grow

As a fast-growing company, CE provides our committed team members with a path for growth, increased responsibility, and new challenges. We foster an environment of progression and create avenues for employees to take their careers to the next step.

An Innovative Environment

CE was born from thinking differently. This attitude has remained strong, and our employees enjoy an atmosphere of boundary pushing. If you thrive in an environment where creative experimentation is encouraged, and providing answers to challenging questions is a way of life, this is the place for you.

Who thrives at CE?

Working at CE means achieving firsts as part of a leading DAC company. Both our work environment and industry are fast-changing and quickly progressing. Employees who thrive at CE tend to be flexible, quick to adapt, resilient, and energized by change. Our team values creative approaches and forward-thinking, and those who take initiative to think outside of the box will find they are a great fit on the CE team.

Two Carbon Engineering employees in blue coveralls take measurements outside at a direct air capture facility with mountains in the background and liquid nitrogen in the foreground.
Current Opportunities
Carbon Engineering is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive equal consideration for employment regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age.

General Labourer (3 Positions)

The General Labourer role supports the production team and CEIC plant. Major responsibilities include general housekeeping, site cleaning & organization of equipment and consumables, and supporting the operators on an as required basis. This is a demanding physical “hands-on” position requiring strength and stamina, manual dexterity and a strong work ethic.

Plant Operator

As Plant Operator, your role is to effectively participate as a team member and perform daily tasks to gather data in support of technology development. Your primary focus will be to conduct Plant test campaigns and track plant activities in support of process development and future plant design.

Sr. Communication Manager – International

Partnering with senior executives and business leads, in-country consultants, and partner organizations, you will develop and execute communication strategies in key international regions, such as the UK, Europe, South America, and Asia-Pacific. You will drive all stages of the communication process – from concept and strategy to execution and evaluation – to deliver robust and effective communication strategies that shape the way our company is perceived by target audiences.

Research & Development Engineer

As an Advanced Development Engineer/ Technologist, you are responsible for next generation process and equipment technology development activities from lab prototype design and testing to integrated system characterization at bench-scale.  Your objective is to demonstrate technology solutions that significantly increase capabilities and reduce plant costs to enable new markets and broader commercial opportunities.

Supervisor, Instrumentation and Electrical

As Supervisor, Instrumentation & Electrical you’ll lead a team of Industrial Electricians, Instrumentation Technicians, and Control Systems Engineers at the Innovation Centre located in Squamish, BC. You’ll be responsible for leading I&E maintenance activity, Control Systems integrity/development and plant modifications/upgrades.

Maintenance Planner

This is a position for a Maintenance Planner with 5+ years planning experience in an industrial plant maintenance environment. The ideal candidate will also have experience working as an Inter-Provincial Red Seal maintenance technician or similar hands-on experience.


This is a position for a senior Millwright with Red Seal certification and experience in an industrial/chemical production environment. In addition to a solid grounding in mechanical equipment maintenance.

“Working at CE has allowed me to take 20 years of learning and experience and apply it to a clean slate, together with the support of eager colleagues who all want to make it work. Not only is it doing work, it’s shaping what CE is going to become. On top of that, it is addressing a critical global need. Each day is packed with a combination of Tetris, Lego, Where’s Waldo, and Chess!”
- Michelle, Senior Reliability Engineer
“I am enjoying working at CE and I’m excited to be a part of a team developing and managing carbon removal projects. The company is full of likeminded, hardworking individuals collaborating to progress DAC technology and climate change solutions. Before joining CE, I worked in the Natural Gas Industry which gave me great experience on large scale projects, but I never really felt a connection to the projects I was working on. Working on projects with CE is always interesting and I feel a greater sense of purpose as we are working towards creating real change at a global scale with our DAC technology.”
- Alanna, Sr. Project Engineer
At CE I have had the opportunity to work and grow with really smart and nice people. This is because CE provides a fast and interesting start-up atmosphere, where priorities can change quickly and one is empowered to adapt and contribute. This setting provides ample opportunity for learning new skills, as well as for gaining a holistic perspective on what it takes to bring new technology to market. We work hard at CE, but it’s very rewarding to learn and accomplish a goal with your teammates – especially as we share a common value of wanting to help address climate change!
- Caroline, Product Chemist
At CE I have designed and tested bench scale equipment, operated our DAC pilot plant, and commissioned our AIR TO FUELSTM system. I now work on the mechanical design of future plants. There are exciting problems to solve at every level of the organization, and there are rarely easy answers. Having to constantly figure things out is a challenge but doing so with a talented and spirited team is my favourite part of working here. I could not ask for a more dynamic or exciting start to my career.
- Trevor, Mechanical Engineer, EIT
At Carbon Engineering, no two days are the same. I get to operate things, fix things, build things, design things, install things, and sometimes even demolish things. And my favourite part? We've got a team of cool canine coworkers at the office every day!"
- Sean, Apprentice Millwright

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