Senior Battery Scientist/Engineer
What starts here will change the world. Our groundbreaking innovation – rechargeable zinc-ion battery cells – makes 100% renewables possible on a global scale. It is the cleanest, safest, most sustainable, and most affordable energy storage solution on the planet. At Enerpoly, we envision a future where technical excellence and social responsibility are in complete harmony, and we work tirelessly to bring about the most innovative technology without compromising on everything else that matters. Yes, we CAN have it all.
Enerpoly is now looking for a Senior Battery Scientist/Engineer to join our team in Stockholm. You will have a significant role in delivering Enerpoly’s battery technologies to the market and bring the world closer to 100% renewable energy.
The Senior Battery Scientist/Engineer will report directly to the CTO and work with our talented Battery Scientists & Engineers in the Product Development Team to refine our technology. This position requires laboratory work experience including practical and theoretical troubleshooting. You will contribute your expertise in electrochemistry to innovate, develop and validate technologies for Enerpoly’s battery cells. This role involves initiating new product concepts and ideas and working jointly within a multidisciplinary team to deliver the world’s leading sustainable energy storage solution.
Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:
To be successful in this role, you will need:
We value your other skills and personal traits:
To be part of this unique opportunity, apply with your CV and cover letter in English below.
Terms of employment and compensation negotiable and commensurate with experience.
Our team shares a passion for innovation and a drive to positively impact society. We work in a fast-paced environment, explore new ideas, and challenge assumptions to make the impossible possible. Each team member is encouraged to contribute her creativity and unique strengths to enhance the company culture. Do you have what it takes to be an Enerpolee?