Oxis Energy – https://oxisenergy.com/
We currently have an exciting opportunity available for aMechanical Battery Engineer to join our expanding Battery Systems team based in Abingdon. You will join us on a full time, permanent basis in return for a competitive salary of £40,000 to £50,000 per annum depending on experience + excellent company benefits including annual bonus (depending on performance). About ourMechanical
Battery Engineer role: Reporting to the Battery Systems Manager, this is an interesting, varied role where you will be involved in the development of a wide range of battery systems for applications including automotive, aviation and aerospace, marine and defence. We work with number of development and integration partners to deliver the complete battery system and grow our in-house development capability for development of proof of concept batteries. The company encourages original thinking to produce innovative solutions for developing the technology further.
Responsibilities as our Mechanical Battery Engineer will include: – Leading at least one major customer project – Designing, assembling and testing prototype batteries – Thermal and structural simulation of batteries and cells – Requirements analysis and engineering specification development – Liaising with external design contractors and battery integration partners – Shaping the company’s future by actively driving and contributing to the Battery Development Strategy and taking ownership of one or more strategic development areas – Ongoing development of processes, specifications and documentation – Contributing to the development of new project initiatives and proposals – Implementing safe systems of work What we’re looking for in ourMechanical Battery Engineer: Essential: – Educated to degree in Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineering or equivalent – Experience of Li-Ion pack design/development in a professional or academic setting – Experience of CAD software (e.g. Solidworks) – Experience of FEA software for thermal and structural analysis – Experience in welding/joining processes such as soldering, ultrasonic soldering, ultrasonic welding, resistance welding and more – Good appreciation of health and safety in an engineering environment – Highly disciplined, analytical, well organised, able to work independently and as part of a team – Experience in project management. Advantageous: – Understanding of the differences between Li-Ion and Lithium-Sulfur – Understanding of other engineering disciplines e.g. electrical, software, chemistry –
Knowledge of battery pack testing standards such as ECE Reg 100, UN 38.3 or DO347 – Knowledge of design for manufacture – Experience of battery pack or cell testing If you’re looking for a new challenge and would like to be considered as our Mechanical Battery Engineer, then please click apply today! We’d love to hear from you