5 months ago

Lead Battery Development Engineer

Tilbury Competitive Permanent

Job Reference: 1228487

Posted on behalf of

Tevva

A leader in electrified HGV technology is currently seeking a Lead Battery Development Engineer.

The successful candidate will be involved in the battery system requirement development, specification generation, system design, verification, and validation.

 

 

The Lead Battery Development Engineer duties involve:

 

  • Analyse desired battery product/systems specifications and applicable regulations/legislation for their area of the program.
  • Define the battery product functional analysis (based on standard) to translate customer specifications and internal requirements into clear product performance criteria.
  • Agree on the material and subcomponent choice proposed to be able to meet mechanical performance requirements.
  • Subjectively and objectively assess component stability performance in a repeatable, safe manner.
  • Use vehicle-based instrumentation to gather on-vehicle data.
  • Use tools to gather data on system performance.
  • Use gathered data alongside subjective evaluation to identify parameter changes to drive the desired change in system and vehicle performance.
  • According to validation/measurement results, define necessary product improvements to meet the specifications.
  • Lead the battery product validations for their area of the program.
  • Define, plan, and follow the product validations.
  • Support reaching the quality, costs, and delivery targets of the program.
  • Support design review and contribute to the achievement of Engineering Milestones as well as Customer Program Milestones.

 

The Successful Lead Battery Development Engineer will have:

 

  • Relevant manufacturing/engineering degree preferred in either Electronic or Electrical, Automotive or Systems Engineering
  • Battery cell, module, and pack level experience within manufacture and testing
  • Experience with CAN, National Instruments Labview, and Data Loggers
  • Willingness to work in a hands-on Battery development role
  • Understanding of legislation and standards
  • An understanding of Lean Manufacturing
  • Sound knowledge of high voltage vehicle safety standards (e.g. R100)
  • Proven experience in a similar role, working on HV vehicles (although onsite training will need to be completed)

 

 

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