Connecting to Linkedin


Energy Storage Senior Technician – Materials Processing And Battery Assembly

Energy Storage Senior Technician – Materials Processing And Battery Assembly

Job Title: Energy Storage Senior Technician – Materials Processing And Battery Assembly
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Wiltshire
Salary: Competitive + benefits
Reference: NG-5717-1
Contact Name: Nick Green
Contact Email:
Job Published: May 18, 2021 14:13

Job Description

Our world class Engineering client are seeking an Energy Storage Senior Technician, Materials Processing and Battery Assembly to join their growing team.
Key duties; 
Apply your knowledge to develop custom materials and components in their cells, enabling the next generation of our products.  
Use a combination of practical experience in manual and semi-automated assembly and materials processing alongside continuous improvement to carry out and optimise processes that provide prototype cells for testing, on time and in full.
Be responsible for quality, from traceability to characterisation to advance materials and cell performance.
Work within a multidisciplinary team to scale materials from discovery to prototype cells. Utilising process insight and applied knowledge you will facilitate new product introductions and transfer developed processes to manufacture.   
Be responsible for delivering operational and/or technical tasks and processes across a range of core operational activities across the engineering lifecycle.   
Degree qualified or equivalent experience in a chemical, physical science or engineering discipline relevant to assembly and battery manufacturing techniques.
Relevant industrial experience. For example, a background in the battery, electronics, aerospace, assembly industries.  
Practical experience of accurate and repetitive manual assembly whilst maintaining accuracy and quality over extended periods. Providing examples of roles involving exceptional fine motor skills.
Practical experience of working with and maintaining automated and semi-automated assembly equipment, including problem solving. 
Practical experience of handling hazardous materials and use of protective equipment.
Good understanding of health, safety and environmental responsibilities within a chemical environment.
Experience of a quality driven research environment, traceability systems and maintaining auditable assembly records.
Experience of following standard operating procedures and change control in a research and development environment. 
Desirable experience:
Prior experience of the materials and processes used in the energy storage industry, training will be provided.
Practical knowledge of analytical and characterisation techniques used in chemical and materials processing.
Experience of kilo scale chemical manufacture and materials processing
Experience of process development and technical transfer.
Operation and maintenance of converting equipment. 
Operation, maintenance and method development of welding and heat-sealing equipment
Operation, maintenance of presses and press tooling
Understanding of process research and development.
Working knowledge of good engineering practise and equipment qualification.
Lean Six Sigma tools