Senior Industrial Engineer
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.
- Determine and implement efficient manufacturing processes for the development of lithium metal batteries
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop and execute manufacturing strategies to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and strengthen quality standards
- Optimize production processes through process analysis, planning, and control
- Develop and maintain production documentation, procedures, and guidelines
- Create and implement training programs for production staff to ensure the highest level of quality and consistency
- Analyze production data to identify trends and inefficiencies, and implement corrective actions to improve production yield and optimize product output
- Participate in continuous improvement projects to enhance manufacturing processes and reduce costs
- Bachelor's or master's degree in Industrial Engineering or related field
- 3+ years of experience in industrial engineering, preferably in a high-volume manufacturing environment
- Strong knowledge of lean manufacturing principles and techniques
- Experience with production line design, process optimization, and workflow improvement
- Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings and specifications
- Proficient in process simulation and analysis software (e.g., AutoCAD, SolidWorks, MS Visio)
- Excellent communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills.
The San Francisco / Bay Area cash compensation (base + bonus) range for this full-time position is $127,000 - $157,000 + equity + benefits.
- 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