The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for design and mechanical engineering of Li-ion battery systems including all electro-mechanical assemblies. With importance of good design on both volumetric and gravimetric energy density of a battery pack, this position requires strong working knowledge of mechanical design principles, integration of high voltage electro-mechanical components, and computer aided engineering. The Mechanical Engineer is engaged from the prototype stage through launch and understands the mechanical, electro-mechanical, electrical and functional interfaces throughout the battery. The Mechanical Engineer has experience with complex mechanical and electromechanical systems is expected to develop detailed understanding of the functionality of all components inside the battery pack including (module design, cell to cell connection, cooling concepts, retention, etc.).
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