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ElectroChemist/ Battery Engineer

ElectroChemist/ Battery Engineer

CT19

To support lab-based activities on battery testing and analysis. Design and execution of electrochemical tests to support the development and commercialization of battery material products that meet Li-ion customer specifications.
 

  • Conducts electrode fabrication, cell assembly, and electrochemical analysis to support the development of Si-based anode materials.
  • Understands product design targets and performance requirements. Develops and carries out standard operation procedures for electrochemical quality control (QC) tests.
  • Conducts measurement system analysis (MSA) to understand the implications of measurement errors and to ensure the integrity of electrochemical tests.
  • Provides technical support for customers in battery testing.
  • Designs and performs advanced electrochemical analyses to assist in battery failure mode analysis.
  • Identify new binders, electrolytes, and additives. Designs new generations of electrode and electrolyte formulations to improve battery performance.
  • Facilitates knowledge transfer to design and manufacturing teams and provide support to enable or accelerate product development and scale up
  • Contributes to the technology direction of Nexeon through participating in technology reviews and peer review of project activities.
  • Presents key technical analyses of material performance, supports project and technical roadmap requirements
  • Collaborates with the IP department to assist with drafting and evaluation of internal patent claims/filings.
  • Provides written and oral reports at all levels within the company including summaries of large bodies of work.
  • Ensures a high level of safety awareness, being an active voice for continuous improvement and supporting all safety driven improvement activities

 
 
 Essential
•      PhD in electrochemistry or other relevant scientific qualifications (or an experienced Battery Testing Engineer without PhD).
•      >3 years of direct industrial experience in battery testing for both laboratory and commercial-grade cells.
•      Hands-on ability in electrode formulation, slurry preparation, electrode casting, cell assembly, battery testing, and cell teardown.
•      Experience in troubleshooting of technical problems and responsibility for confirming the
•      Capable of designing structured experiments and analysis utilising statistical methodologies.
•      Excellent communication (written and verbal) and technical reporting skills 
•      A sound approach to health, safety and environmental aspects in the laboratory
 
Expertise:
•      Skills in electrochemical analysis methods such as cyclic voltammetry (CV), galvanostatic cycling (GC), galvanostatic or potentiostatic intermittent titration techniques (GITT or PITT), and impedance spectroscopy (EIS), etc.
•      Extensive material and electrochemical characterisation experience to elucidate process-structure-property relationships
 
Desirable
•      Familiar with quality control systems and procedures for the accuracy and validity of testing data.
•      Experience with failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA).
•      Li-ion battery experience ideally related to Si-based anodes.
•      Hands-on skills in battery tearing down analysis.
 
Other:
•   A predominately (>70%) lab based hands on, practical role where meticulous attention to detail is expected.
•   This role will also have some additional responsibilities relating to either lab stewardship, QEMS support, Fire Marshall or First Aid.
    

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