Battery Cell Engineer - Cell Reliability
The Cell Reliability engineer will be a key player in driving ongoing reliability testing as well as accelerated / abusive cycle testing for Cuberg cell products. This person would hold many of the typical responsibilities of a reliability engineer including developing a deep understanding of different cell performance and failure modes, demonstrating reliability through statistical and physical frameworks, and generating high confidence projections for different cell failures. This person’s work will be driven by customer requirements, certification demands, as well as exploring the design and environmental limits of the cells.
- Lead efforts in ongoing reliability testing as well as accelerated / abusive cycle testing for Cuberg cell products
- Developing a deep understanding of different cell performance and failure modes
- Demonstrate reliability through statistical and physical frameworks and generate high confidence projections for different cell failures
- Invest in our company values and champion them as we grow
- Advanced degree in engineering or physical science or equivalent experience
- 2 years of professional experience in cell testing and degradation/failure analysis
- Experience with data tools (Python, SQL, etc) and statistics
- Experience in a production environment preferred
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 $105,000-$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"