Careers at Anfiro
Anfiro is a water technology startup developing NF and RO membranes that can significantly decrease the cost and energy consumption of water treatment systems. We are motivated by our desire to ensure a sustainable water future through technological innovation.
If you want the experience of working at a young startup and are passionate about working on hard problems that can make the world a better place, then get in touch!
Any current openings are listed below. However, we are always looking to connect with talented and motivated individuals who are passionate about water. Please feel free to reach out even if there aren't any positions currently available that fit your background.
At Anfiro we believe that diversity is critical to maintaining a culture of creative innovation. We believe that the best teams are ones in which diversity of all forms is celebrated, whether it is diversity of culture, thought, gender, identity or education. We are firmly committed to developing a diverse community and welcome you to join us.
Interested in applying? email us at email@example.com together with your resume and cover letter.
Intern - Polymer Chemist
What you will be doing:
- Polymer synthesis under supervision of senior technical staff
- Using and maintaining polymer synthesis equipment
- Researching novel polymer chemistries
- Helping with laboratory operations and maintenance
- Helping solve the world’s water problems by developing kick-ass membrane technology
You’ll need these qualifications:
- Background in chemical engineering, chemistry or other technical field
- Experience working in a chemistry laboratory
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong initiative and capability to work independently
- Ability to contribute positively to a small team in a fast-paced environment
- Passion for making the world a more sustainable place by working on hard problems that matter
Bonus points, though not required, for:
- Experience with polymer synthesis
- Experience with membranes or membrane chemistry