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About Us

All across the world, from the azure pools of Turkey and Oman to the travertine terraces of Yellowstone, our planet quietly pulls carbon dioxide from the air and turns it to stone. For eons, Earth has relied on this process to balance its carbon cycle. What if it could be harnessed? What if we could do it faster, in larger quantities, and at a low enough cost to make it an effective... tool in the fight against climate change?

At Heirloom, we are turning that into reality. We use the natural carbon capture properties of abundant minerals to pull CO2 from the air, and store it permanently underground. We come to work every day to slow climate change, and are united behind a single, common goal - to remove 1 billion tons of CO2 from the sky by 2035, and to not stop before we get there.

We bring together the precise recipe of science, technology, know-how, and strategy necessary to make low cost, high quality carbon removal a reality. If we’re successful, we will directly mitigate climate change, build a world we can proudly hand over to our children and grandchildren, and catalyze an industry that will rival the largest the world has ever seen. If you want to change the planet, come join us.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

As temperatures continue to rise, individuals from marginalized communities will face the harshest impacts of climate change. We believe wholeheartedly that building a diverse company is critical to Heirloom’s success. To accomplish this, we’ve put recruiting, hiring and retaining individuals from underrepresented groups at the top of our priority list.

We encourage you to apply if you identify as Black, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, American Indian or Alaskan Native, Hispanic or Latino, LGBTQ+ – or with any other underrepresented group – even if you don’t tick all the boxes in the description below.

The Role

Are you an experienced Construction Manager looking for an exciting opportunity to lead transformative large scale projects that address our climate challenge and facilitate the Energy Transition? Are you excited to work in a project that leverages the capabilities and techniques of the commercial and industrial sectors? Join Heirloom and take charge of coordinating and supervising our internal and external workforce and supply chain to ensure the successful delivery of our increasingly complex project objectives and overarching business goals with the opportunity to expand and grow with our portfolio to mega project scale delivery.

In this Shreveport, LA based role, you will play a pivotal role in integrating all elements of all onsite construction-related activities, engaging with internal disciplines, external service providers, and vendors to mitigate project impacts and drive efficiency. Your expertise will be crucial in delivering construction sequences consistent with project objectives, facilitating commissioning, and continuously seeking opportunities for improvement.

What You Will Bring

Our ideal candidates have a minimum of 10 years of experience in construction, including at least 5 years managing mid to large-scale projects. Your current knowledge of construction worksite Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) practices, as well as familiarity with emerging construction methods, technologies, and digital applications, will set you up for success in this role.

With a keen ability to prioritize and execute effectively, you'll identify risks early and develop well-thought-out corrective action plans. Your familiarity with construction involving heavy-duty processing technology, furnaces/kilns, or similar mechanical & industrial applications, coupled with your thorough knowledge of all aspects of construction and Louisiana building-code requirements, will be invaluable assets to our team.

A degree in Engineering or a related field, along with professional certifications such as CCM (Certified Construction Manager), AC (Associate Constructor), or CPC (Certified Professional Constructor), is highly preferred, but not required. Additionally, experience with Last Planner or other PDCA approaches to construction management, as well as proficiency in using 3D models and digital construction applications, will be highly beneficial.

If you possess the discipline, critical thinking skills, agility, and adaptability required to thrive in a dynamic environment, and you're eager to challenge existing practices and drive meaningful change, then we want to hear from you! Join us at Heirloom and be part of a team dedicated to delivering exceptional results and pushing the boundaries of construction management. Apply now and embark on an exciting journey with us!

Compensation for this role is expected to be in the $155,000 to $185,000 range, depending on experience and qualifications.

Our Principles

Radical Honesty means we are open, transparent, and inclusive in everything we do. We aren't scared to challenge each other, but bring clear motives and our best intentions when we do.

Persistent Optimism means we carry an infinite amount of optimistic energy with us on our journey, constantly chipping away at what may seem insurmountable.

Maximize our learning rate means we're always in discovery mode. Compounding knowledge is our key to victory - we continuously hone our crafts, seek the fastest paths to new learning, and are quick to absorb new knowledge.

Why you should join Heirloom
• We are solving the engineering problem of our generation. Climate change is an existential threat, and we need as many of the world’s motivated minds as possible to help. There is no greater challenge or opportunity than fighting climate change.
• We have done this before. We’re engineers, scientists, and concerned humans from a variety of backgrounds and experiences who are pooling our knowledge and skills to collectively build a more equitable, prosperous future for all.
• We are a united, resilient, and optimistic bunch. We are all here for the same reason - to slow climate change. We recognize the magnitude of the challenge ahead of us, and believe we can solve it. We can see a hopeful future where we eventually reverse climate change. It won’t be easy, but we won’t quit.
• We are backed by the best climate partners in the world. We’re well funded by investors from Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Ahren Innovation Capital, Carbon Direct, Microsoft, Lowercarbon Capital, ARPA-e and the National Science Foundation. Our early customers include Stripe, Shopify, and Klarna, and we’re building durable partnerships that enable us to tackle this decades-long problem.

Perks and Benefits
• Robust health coverage. Excellent health, dental and vision insurance covered up to 100% by Heirloom. FSA option.
• Generous parental leave. 16 weeks paid leave for all Heirloom employees, regardless of primary/secondary caregiver status.
• Generous stock options.
• Flexible time off. Unlimited PTO for exempt (salaried) employees & 80 hours for full time non-exempt (hourly) employees.
• 401(k).
• Stay healthy. Monthly health and wellness reimbursement.
• Learn on the job. Robust annual education and conference budget, including airfare and hotel costs.

Physical Demand Description


The following requirements also apply to any roles which will spend any time working in our plants or construction sites (all technician and operations roles, most engineering roles, and many other roles):
• Ability to work in outdoor environments (example: hot sun, cold, wind, rain, crawl spaces, etc.). Stop work will be called when it is unsafe to work.
• Position may require working at heights including; climbing ladders/equipment, stairs, elevators, and working on scissor lifts.
• Capable of performing repetitive duties including; lifting up to 50 lbs., bending, pushing, pulling, and standing for long periods of time.
• Experience using basic hand and power tools safely
Shreveport LA United States


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