Design Release Engineer required to take responsibility for Li-Ion battery cell interconnection technology, taking on the design, development, change management and final execution of battery mechanical and electrical subsystems.

Plasma our proud to be working with a growing organisation focussed on the design, development and manufacturing of extremely high-quality Lithium Ion Batteries for EV applications. Whether it be passenger car, commercial vehicles, industrial transportation our clients are experts in their field, and they are now looking for a Design Release Engineer to join their growing team.

You will work closely with the prototype and production manufacturing engineering teams as well as suppliers and the validation team.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop product requirements based on regulations, customer requests and internal requirements all while meeting targets for performance, cost and timing.
  • Develop efficient yet effective design solutions to make battery cell interconnections that carry high currents at high voltage.
  • Component selection ensuring compliance to BOM, design and process.
  • Draw release and maintenance.
  • Develop mechanical and electrical DFMEAs.
  • Evaluate suppliers to ensure proper supplier selection.
  • Manage part design, implementation and timings from prototype to production.
  • Develop component and subsystem DVP&Rs.
  • Collab with internal engineering to ensure solutions meet HV insulation requirements.
  • Develop, conduct and analyze component testing communicating results internally.
  • Support Prototype system builds ensuring parts are on time and meet specification.
  • Support all troubleshooting and problem resolution encountered through entire product development and life cycle.

Requirements:

  • BS in Engineering related field.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in Automotive product design and development.
  • Industry experience with Li-Ion battery cell interconnection technology.
  • Experience with printed circuits and wiring harnesses.
  • Preferably worked on HV Li-Ion battery systems.
  • Ability to work independently without constant direction.

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