Location: Cambridge, MA
Employment Type: Full time
LiquiGlide is a fast-growing company that has changed the rules for how liquids move. Viscous
liquids are sticky, and they don’t flow easily—think toothpaste, lotions, ketchup, heavy oil, or
paint. This creates a lot of waste and inefficiency, and it handcuffs the way we design. But not
anymore. Invented at MIT, LiquiGlide’s liquid surface technology eliminates the friction between
liquids and solids to help liquids flow with ease and enable breakthroughs that used to be
impossible. Following a successful first launch with Colgate in 2021 ( Colgate Elixir ), LiquiGlide
is poised to revolutionize products, packaging, processes, and patient experiences.
We are looking for a Coatings Engineer to help us develop and commercialize our revolutionary technology. If you have a background in fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, the physical chemistry of surfaces, or interfacial phenomena, we would love to hear from you!
What You'll Do:
Quickly master LIS science through independent study, tutorials and training sessions.
Study and experiment independently to gain LIS expertise that will enable you to grow in critical R&D and project management functions as the company scales.
Develop test methods and best practices to accelerate coating development.
Lead large, client-funded coating development projects, managing clients as well as internal project teams, and consultants.
Develop and maintain project plans and road maps and act as key point of contact for clients and internal management.
Negotiates with equipment and raw ingredient suppliers.
Who You Are:
Experience with product development and commercialization, including managing projects, teams, and customer relationships.
Strong hands-on experience and proven ability to design effective experiments.
Proven ability to handle a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
Ambitious and comfortable with ambiguity.
Start-up experience is desirable.
Masters or PhD Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Material Science, or Physical Chemistry preferred.