Sr Process Development Engineer, Electrode

Tesla

  • Full Time

Responsibilities

  • Tesla is looking for a highly motivated process development engineer to create, develop and scale up manufacturing processes for our cutting-edge Tesla battery cell manufacturing line. This role will invent, develop, scale up and optimize battery manufacturing processes within a cross-functional engineering team responsible for the development lifecycle and launch into manufacturing. In this role, you will work closely with many organizations both internal and external to Tesla taking new battery designs from initial concept through into full production.

    The battery cell is a critical component in Tesla vehicles and storage systems. This role will have the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to our products. The work environment is demanding, fast-paced and incredibly exciting. The ideal candidate should be ready to push their limits, as they join in highly motivated and capable team to make unbelievable things into reality.

Requirements

  • · Either a BS with 6+ years’ relevant experience or an MS with 3+ years relevant experience in interdisciplinary/integrated engineering, process development, manufacturing engineering, or equivalent. Senior roles available for more experienced candidates

    Strong understanding of engineering fundamentals and ability to apply them towards manufacturing process development
    Proven problem solver – demonstrated experience of data driven root cause analysis, statistical software (JMP) a plus
    · Demonstrated capabilities in manufacturing process development for new and unique products

    Experience in high volume manufacturing involving one or more of these areas is highly desired:
    Roll to roll coating processes
    Continuous wet deposition processes
    Dry powder handling and processing
    Automated mechanical assembly
    Power electronics
    Industrial chemical processing
    Battery manufacturing (li-ion or other chemistry)
    Industrial laser processing
    Long-term reliability testing