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Systems Engineering Lead

Recruiter: Consilium Recruit
Location: Coventry
Salary: £62,000
Application date: 31st Jul 2019

A brand-new battery manufacturing facility for the automotive industry called UKBIC (UK Battery Industrialisation Centre) is currently looking to employ a Systems Engineering Lead As lead systems engineer the successful candidate will have an in-depth working knowledge of standards, systems, verification and validation of battery cells, modules and packs. The ideal candidate will be able to review and write specifications, participate in customer meetings, and manage testing and analysis to support UKBIC activities.

The Role:

As the Systems Engineering Lead, you will be responsible for:
Integration of all components, from cell to module and pack level
Prepare, monitor and track product specifications
Support the development of test specification and procedures
Risk assessments and design for manufacture review.
Integration of all components, from cell to module and pack level
Prepare, monitor and track product specifications
Support the development of test specification and procedures
Risk assessments and design for manufacture review.

The Candidate:

>3yrs relevant experience
Degree in Mechanical/Electrical /Electronics/Systems Engineering, or equivalent qualification (min 2:1)
Excellent understanding of HV battery design fundaments including specific safety standards and regulatory requirements, in the automotive sector.
Basic understanding of lithium ion cell chemistry, design construction and formats. Experience in the design, development and industrialisation of HV rechargeable lithium ion batteries.
Willingness to travel to visit customers and suppliers. Driving licence.
Strong communication and reporting skills.
Practical experience of engineering design validation, standards and regulatory qualification of automotive battery systems.
Knowledge of transportation standards, and dangerous good is beneficial.
Member of a relevant professional institution (e.g. IMechE, IET, IEEE), ideally Chartered.

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