Senior Battery Cell Designer, R&D
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 and evaluate battery cell designs, taking into account manufacturability, performance, and scalability.
- Collaborate with the R&D team to develop new, cutting-edge battery solutions using Cuberg's proprietary battery technology.
- Conduct research to identify and troubleshoot battery performance from the materials/components point of view.
- Develop testing protocols and procedures to evaluate the performance and reliability of new battery cell designs.
- Analyze data from battery testing to improve existing designs and identify areas for improvement.
- Work with manufacturing teams to ensure seamless integration of battery cell designs into production processes.
- Keep abreast of developments in the industry and collaborate with external partners to stay at the forefront of energy storage technology.
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, or a related field.
- At least 3 years of experience in battery cell design and evaluation.
- Demonstrated expertise in advanced/beyond lithium ion battery chemistries (Lithium metal, Silicon anode, LiS, Solid-State and alike).
- Deep understanding of bottoms-up, model-driven cell design that takes into consideration of Cell balance (capacity/loading of Anode and Cathode Electrodes, cell configuration), electrolyte composition, SOC- (or voltage-) slip, etc.
- Strong understanding of manufacturing processes for high-performance batteries.
- Experience in prototyping and testing of battery cells.
- Familiarity with industry standard testing and qualification procedures for batteries.
- Ability to work in a collaborative and innovative team environment.
- Strong communication skills and a commitment to staying up-to-date with industry trends and developments.
The target US compensation range for this full-time position is $104,000-$157,000 + 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