A123 Systems LLC

Senior Mechanical Engineer

US-MA-Waltham
2 months ago
ID
2017-1451
# of Openings
1
Category
Research and Development

Overview

The Senior Mechanical Engineer will serve as a lead team member in an aggressive product development effort to produce and commercialize next generation portable power technology. As part of a multidisciplinary team, the Senior Mechanical Engineer will be supporting cell design development underlying application of lithium ion battery technology in automotive and commercial products.

Responsibilities

  • Design and develop of Li-Ion storage products for, Passenger Automotive, Commercial and Industrial applications
  • Plan and troubleshoot prototyping and transfer to mass production
  • Manage both internal and external technical resources
  • Effectively communicate results to broader teams in the US and abroad
  • Lead and mentor junior and mid-level engineers
  • Plan and Execute APQP Phase Gate Development projects.

Qualifications

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, materials engineering or related field.
  • 8 years of experience in the job offered or 8 years of experience as a mechanical engineer engaged in mechanical design and development.

 

Special Skills:

  • 5 years of experience with Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
  • 2 years of experience with Ansys software
  • 2 years of experience with statistical analysis in support of manufacturing processes for large volume production
  • 3 years of experience with 3D modelling
  • 5 years of experience with compression seal and laser welding
  • 2 years of experience preparing Design Failure Model and Effects Analysis (DFMEA).

Unless otherwise indicated, employer is seeking the ability in the skills listed above with no specific amount of years of experience required. All experience can be gained concurrently.

 

Apply online at http://www.a123systems.com/about-us-careers.htm.   Reference: ZD28819. An EOE.

 

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