Battery Test and Integration Engineer
The Senior Battery Test and Integration Engineer will design experiments, test systems, and execute battery tests. Ideal candidates are experienced battery test and integration engineers who are comfortable in a fast-paced, collaborative, and dynamic startup environment.
Join us in building the future of energy.
Cuberg builds high-performance energy solutions based on next-generation technology for the world’s most demanding battery applications. Cuberg technology, paired with the manufacturing excellence of parent company Northvolt, will help give rise to a new generation of mobility businesses and decarbonize hard-to-abate segments of the transportation industry.
Cuberg technology uses a lithium metal anode and proprietary liquid electrolyte to simultaneously solve the interlocking challenges of battery performance and manufacturability. While incumbent battery technologies, such as lithium-ion, can be too heavy and low-performing for use in aircraft, Cuberg’s battery cells are lightweight and high-performance. The technology is also compatible with industry standard manufacturing methods, enabling scalability, reliability and traceability across the value chain.
Cuberg and Northvolt believe that complete electrification will require a revolutionary spirit and a practical mind. We won’t just design the world’s best batteries—we will ship them at scale.
- Design experiments and test systems for high voltage batteries including electrical, thermal, and thermal runaway testing
- Integrate battery hardware, software, and test systems both internally and at customer sites
- Debug battery electrical, mechanical, and communication issues and interfaces. Engineer solutions to address issues and provide feedback to the battery design team.
- Perform module and battery system electrical, performance, and thermal testing
- Perform module and battery system environmental testing including vibration, shock, etc (DO-160)
- Design, specify, build out, and own test environments for environmental, thermal, and electrical battery testing
- Collaborate with the design team to experiment, iterate, assess performance, and verify requirements
- Analyze, interpret and present test data; use test data to make informed decisions
- 5+ years of experience in a high voltage battery test and development environment
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering or equivalent in relevant experience
- Experience with a battery test equipment across a variety of domains (electrical, environmental, thermal)
We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages to help you and your family build a healthy and secure future.
- Generous stock options
- Group health benefits that provide strong support for employee well-being and preventative care, including comprehensive medical, dental, vision, and flexible savings account plans
- A retirement program that helps build future financial security through both traditional and Roth 401(k) options with employer matching
- Generous paid time off plans to renew and refresh through vacation, personal leave, holidays, and parental leave
The target US compensation range for this full-time position is $161,000-$192,000 + equity + benefits. Compensation ranges are determined by level, role and location. The range displayed on each job posting reflects the target for new hire total cash compensation (base + bonus), individual pay is determined by additional factors including relevant job-related skills, experience and additional factors. Your recruiter will be happy to share more about about the salary range during your hiring process