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Positions: Techno-Economic Analytics Intern; People Operations Intern
Location: Berkeley, CA (this can be a hybrid role)
Innovation Area: Materials and Chemicals; Environment and Health; Software and Data Analytics
Position Type: TomKat Center-supported
Compensation: $7500 (paid directly by the TomKat Center) + an additional intern salary provided by Twelve
Internship Term: 8 weeks (10-12 weeks would be preferable)

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Founded in 2015, Twelve is a new kind of chemical company built for the climate era. Our breakthrough electrochemical reactor eliminates emissions by turning CO2 into essential products. We are a team of scientists, engineers and problem solvers on a mission to fundamentally shift the way the world addresses climate change and lead the transition to a fossil free future with our carbon transformation technology.

As an intern at Twelve, you will work alongside scientific and industry experts to learn, grow, and contribute your best to advance business initiatives and technologies. We are passionate about applying innovation to all aspects of our company from the way we operate our business to our science and technology. We strive to create an inclusive work environment where every employee and intern can do their best work and be their true selves. Join us to be part of the element of change!

Techno-Economic Analytics Intern

Responsibilities

We are looking for an intern to support our Insights Team, which sits between the Technical and Business Development teams, and is tasked with providing strategic recommendations for Twelveʼs growth and commercialization. The ideal candidate is a current undergraduate student with a science/engineering background and strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Prior business/economics experience is a plus, but not required. We encourage interested candidates from all ethnic groups, genders, sexuality, age, and abilities to apply. If this job description resonates with you, we want to hear from you!

What you will do:

  • Own a predefined project from inception to completion over the course of your internship in one or more of the following areas: (technical) competitive analysis, techno-economic analysis, life cycle assessment
  • Work closely with a mentor to develop an approach for your project, and to produce key deliverables defined by your mentor
  • Present your findings in an ongoing fashion to the Insights Team and, at the end of your internship, to the broader organization
  • Support the Insights Team on other projects as needed
  • Learn a lot and have fun!

Who Should Apply

For our internship roles, you will need to be:

  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelorʼs degree program with at least one semester or quarter remaining post-internship
  • Currently pursuing a major in science, engineering, business, or any subject at the intersection of technology and economics
  • Available to work 40 hours per week for 10-12 weeks during the summer (May or June through August or September)
  • Major, experience, or demonstrable interest in the position you apply for

Required Expertise

We are looking for qualifications and experience that includes:

  • You are comfortable approaching new problems that you may not know how to solve
  • You can synthesize information from many sources to distill out and communicate the key points
  • You operate with high agility, and can navigate through uncertainty and ambiguity - you love and thrive in a startup environment where change is constant
  • You are eager to understand and explain WHY a certain result emerges, as opposed to just reporting a number
  • You can make a reasonable estimation when information is limited (back-of-the-envelope calculation), and be precise when it comes to longer term project development
  • You communicate clearly and proactively, and are adept at working with multiple stakeholders
  • You are open-minded and motivated to work on a multi-cultural team
  • You can demonstrate strong analytical and organizational skills

Preferred Skills/Majors

  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelorʼs degree program with at least one semester or quarter remaining post-internship
  • Currently pursuing a major in science, engineering, business, or any subject at the intersection of technology and economics

Additional qualifications that are preferred but not required:

  • Prior business or economics experience

People Operations Intern

Responsibilities

As an intern on Twelveʼs People Ops team, you will have the opportunity to contribute to people analytics projects, and learn how data drives program improvements and employee experience. You will also get to partner closely with members of the team to learn about various functions within People Operations. We encourage interested candidates from all ethnic groups, genders, sexuality, age, and abilities to apply. If this job description resonates with you, we want to hear from you!

What you will do:

  • Run people analytics projects to support employee engagement and Learning & Development (L&D) programs
  • Help organize and create structure for HR intranet, policies, procedures and shared resources
  • Assist the People Operations Generalist team with routine employee inquiries
  • Assist with ad-hoc projects and initiatives as needed
  • Present your findings in an ongoing fashion to the People Ops Team and, at the end of your internship, to the broader organization
  • Learn a lot and have fun!

Who Should Apply

For our internship roles, you will need to be:

  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelorʼs degree program with at least one semester or quarter remaining post-internship
  • Currently pursuing a major in psychology, sociology, organizational development, human resources, business, or other related field
  • Available to work 40 hours per week for 10-12 weeks during the summer (May or June through August or September)
  • Major, experience, or demonstrable interest in the position you apply for

Required Expertise

We are looking for qualifications and experience that includes:

  • Experience working with and presenting data through prior internship or academics (e.g. excel skills, data presentation skills)
  • Excellent communication, collaboration, and interpersonal skills
  • Open-minded and motivated to work on a multi-cultural team
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Can-do attitude and self motivation

Preferred Skills/Majors

  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelorʼs degree program with at least one semester or quarter remaining post-internship
  • Currently pursuing a major in psychology, sociology, organizational development, human resources, business, or other related field

Additional qualifications that are preferred but not required:

  • Strong interest in pursuing a career in People Operations or a related field preferred