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Electronics Hardware Engineer
at ION Energyat ION Energy

Founded 2016
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20-100 employees
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2 - 4 years
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Electronics Engineer Do you thrive on working with the cutting edge technology? Working with innovators in the early stages of ideas, products, and platforms? Do you want to transform an industry? Crave new challenges, hard problems using the latest in battery technology? At ION Energy we are building the world’s most advanced battery management and intelligence platform. ION was founded by a team of PhD's with decades of experience in advanced electronics and battery systems. Our groundbreaking and patented BMS technology acts as the core of high-performance applications like Electric Vehicles, Telecom Towers, DataCentres & More. As a member of the electronics team, you will be responsible for designing test & validation platforms (ICT/FCT), from component selection to deployment in our lab. You will join a team dedicated to raising the standards for battery management systems and contribute to their continuous improvement. You will meet and surpass industry standards for safety systems, and help build robust electronics impervious to the hostility of various applicative environnements. At ION you will have the opportunity to make lithium-ion batteries safer, more efficient, and basically help the world tackle one of its biggest challenge : Energy storage. What you will do: - Design and build hardware for test & validation platforms (ICT/FCT) for battery management systems - Start to finish ownership of hardware from specification to design, prototype, reliability validation and implementation - Collaborate with BMS HW/FW engineering team to successfully to design, validate and deploy testing tools - Develop & implement benchmark & test protocols according to industry standards This is you: - BS, MS or PhD in EE/CE/CS, or the equivalent in experience with evidence of exceptional ability - 2 or more years of relevant hands-on hardware experience in mixed-signal electronics design - Experience with designing tests platforms (ICT/FCT) and actual testing protocols - Experience with Altium Designer for Schematic & PCB layout design - Working knowledge of embedded system & firmware development - Ability to collaborate and communicate complex technical concepts. - Familiarity with Safety standards such as IEC 61508 / ISO 26262 is highly preferred. - Experience in development of digital and analog interfaces for PC-based test systems, especially (Labview, Matlab, Python). - Fluent in english, ability to communicate with foreign teammates. Our culture is founded on ensuring openness, extreme ownership, full responsibility and unfiltered honesty. We value excellence and look for strengths, resilience, curiosity and above all, moral fibre. Come join a high performance team dedicated to accelerate the Earth’s transition to an all-electric future.

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