- In your role as Reliability Engineer, you develop reliability testing plans for vehicle integrated photovoltaic systems following industry standards from PV and automotive
- Part of your range of tasks is to perform root cause and failure analysis of novel, light-weight photovoltaic modules and utilize those results to make recommendations
- Besides, you coordinate the interaction with key material suppliers to ensure an optimal combination of materials for our ViPV technology
- It's your task to run performance and reliability testing on PV modules at various stages of development
- You lead projects with institutional and testing partners
- Additionally, you prepare reports and present results to the team in a regular manner
- Doing that, you always keep in mind the sustainable and environmental friendly execution of the project
- You hold a degree in a relevant engineering discipline: e.g. automotive, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, material science, physics or related field.
- You already have experience in a technical role in the automotive or PV industry
- You have strong project management, organisational and communication skills
- You should be familiar with the relevant norms, methods and test procedures to assess the expected lifetime of ViPV modules.
- It is an advantage to have experience with polymer-based PV modules integrated into mobile applications.
- You like to take over responsibility, working proactively and keeping the focus in turbulent times
- You love to enter new areas and work yourself easily into new topics
- You work in a structured and conscientious way, ideally you have experience with agile methods such as Scrum
- You are fluent in English and German
- You are enthusiastic about sustainability and passionate about the products we are developing
What to expect:
- A visionary team in a rapidly growing, young company
- No deadlocked processes and hierarchies, but a lot of courage to create a future mobility provider
- The chance to pitch and realize your own projects in an environment, where your ideas are welcomed, not feared
- A culture of appreciation, in which we celebrate successes and learn from mistakes
- Flexible working hours
- An open, modern office with little paper but Trello & Slack instead
- Organic bread flatrate, free drinks, vegan catering service, etc.
For you to consider before applying our job offer: In a small company organized the way we are, the traditional employer-employee relationship is replaced with a partnership. You cannot expect the same service, support, and infrastructure as you would in a large organization. Things you miss might need to be initiated and created by you. You are regarded as someone who is really important in terms of how our company is doing, not just as someone who comes in and does their job. You will have more responsibility for the whole picture, and you will also be able to have a greater impact than in a larger organization. You will feel a bit more insecure than you might in a larger organization. How the company is doing financially has a more direct correlation to your employment. The owners will work together with you, but they will not manage the company - you and your colleagues will. You will be required to contribute and take initiative. You will have to adapt to the fact that not everything will be in place, taken care of or running perfectly. To work in this way open and straightforward communication is essential. This is a strong part of our culture.