Heimdal

Heimdal builds machines that extract calcium and magnesium carbonate from the ocean to make carbon negative glass, concrete and other critical building materials. Concrete alone is responsible for 8% of global CO2 emissions, and we’ve created the world’s first carbon negative concrete. We use electricity to alkalinize seawater and extract precipitates of calcium and magnesium carbonates.

We are working with established multinationals in glass and concrete to supply them with the world’s first carbon negative limestone for use in their manufacturing processes. We are building our pilot facility on the Big Island in Hawai’i in partnership with the desalination facility owned and operated by Terraformation. We are venture backed by Y Combinator, Cathexis Ventures, Sam & Max Altman’s Apollo Projects, Marc Benioff and many other investors.

$50,000 - $70,000 yearly
Heimdal Kailua-Kona, HI, USA
Oct 04, 2021
Full time role
We're looking for a rockstar executive assistant to join our team setting up in Kailua-Kona in Hawai'i. We are building real physical machinery, not software. It's going to be big, it's going to look cool, but it does mean you'll need to be (re)located in Hawai'i. Day to day you'll be working directly with the founders as well as providing ad-hoc support to the rest of the team. We are looking for a ROCKSTAR executive assistant. Here you can read a version of what this means. To list the most important characteristics: You anticipate needs - you know what we need before we know we need it You communicate well and often We like each other - if we get along with good chemistry and you cover points 1 and 2 then you're a rockstar  
$70,000 - $100,000 yearly
Heimdal Kailua-Kona, HI, USA
Oct 04, 2021
Full time role
About Heimdal Heimdal builds machines that extract calcium and magnesium carbonate from the ocean to make carbon negative glass, concrete and other critical building materials. Concrete alone is responsible for 8% of global CO 2 emissions, and we’ve created the world’s first carbon negative concrete. We use electricity to alkalinize seawater and extract precipitates of calcium and magnesium carbonates. We are working with established multinationals in glass and concrete to supply them with the world’s first carbon negative limestone for use in their manufacturing processes. We are building our pilot facility on the Big Island in Hawai’i in partnership with the desalination facility owned and operated by Terraformation. We are venture backed by Y Combinator, Cathexis Ventures, Sam & Max Altman’s Apollo Projects, Marc Benioff and many other investors. Objectives and responsibilities Design and run experiments to deepen understanding of...