Battery Charger Tester Job Description Sample
Electrical Engineer - Battery & Charger Design
One of the most rewarding aspects of the job is seeing a product you designed from concept to production in the hands of professionals. Domestic and international travel opportunities are available and sometimes required. In the US, Milwaukee has manufacturing locations in Mississippi.
Overseas, you will have the opportunity to work with Chinese engineering counterparts as well as meet with suppliers in other areas of Asia. Milwaukee offers generous benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance and 401k matching. Milwaukee also provides an excellent working environment that includes an on-site cafeteria, state of the art fitness facility, recreational sports leagues and company outings.
Duties and Responsibilities: Create test regimens for components and assemblies within scope of the project and organization. Track projects to ensure adherence to schedule and the Milwaukee process.
Schedule, develop agendas for, facilitate and document technical meetings and formal presentations. Draw concise, logical, written conclusions from experiments based on data analysis. Develop and maintain familiarity and understanding of Milwaukee's development and manufacturing processes while identifying and driving continuous improvement projects.
Work with and establish trusting relationships with engineers throughout Asia and the world. Design, prototype, test and troubleshoot embedded electronics including hardware and firmware. Use laboratory equipment such as oscilloscopes, power supplies, e-loads and data acquisition systems.
Design to and qualify new designs to applicable regulatory standards such as UL, CEC, CE and ANSI. Provide engineering support on low to mid-level complexity projects. Battery & Charger Design:
Design, prototype and test switched mode power supplies and lithium-ion batteries containing embedded electronics including hardware and firmware under the supervision of senior engineers. Troubleshoot switched mode power supply and lithium-ion battery embedded electronics down to the component level. Develop and apply a manufacturing mindset to designs in order to effectively and efficiently mass produce products.
Education and Experience
Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar field. 2+ years of experience in related design field. Excellent problem solving skills and a hands-on attitude.
High proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, especially Excel and Power Point. Ability to travel 10% of the time is required (travel includes Domestic and International). High interest in tools of the trade. Good understanding of C programming, especially relating to microcontroller peripherals and related development tools and processes.
Good understanding of analog and digital system tradeoffs and design, especially related to signal integrity and noise analysis. Familiarity with using schematic capture, PCB layout software, SPICE and knowledge of industry best practices. Battery & Charger Design Application and evaluation of microcontrollers.
Working knowledge of communications protocols (e.g., SPI, I2C, serial, USB). Familiarity of switched mode power supplies including EMC, magnetics, and power semiconductors preferred. Understanding of lithium-ion charging principles and the tradeoffs between the pack and charger preferred. Understanding of lithium ion pack discharging behavior and controls preferred. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Battery And Charger Technician
Company Description: Crown Equipment Corporation, one of the world's largest lift truck manufacturers, offers local support on a global scale with more than 15 manufacturing facilities worldwide and more than 500 retail locations in over 80 countries. Our global sales and service network provides our customers with a local resource for a wide variety of quality material handling equipment, fleet management solutions, warehouse products and support services to meet their needs anytime, anywhere.
This position is based out of Crown’s Evansville branch location and will provide coverage to the surrounding areas.
Troubleshoot, diagnose and repair industrial batteries and chargers.
Perform all assigned planned maintenance on customer industrial batteries and chargers.
Maintain a service van and its inventory.
Process paperwork after completion of each job.
High school diploma or equivalent
Good mechanical and electrical aptitudes, knowledge of electrical/electronic systems, ability to read and understand electrical schematics, good written/verbal communication skills, and good customer care skills
Valid driver's license, good driving record, and ability to safely operate lift trucks
Technical degree, previous battery and charger repair experience, welding skills, and knowledge of various types of testing equipment preferred
Compensation and Benefits:
Crown offers an excellent wage and benefits package for full-time employees including Health/Dental/Vision/Prescription Drug Plan, Flexible Benefits Plan, 401K Retirement Savings Plan, Life and Disability Benefits, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, Tuition Reimbursement, and much more.
Crown also offers Service Technicians:
Award-Winning Service Training
Company Vehicle for Field Service Technicians
No Flat Rate + 40 Hours Per Week plus Overtime
Primarily 1st Shift
Solid Support Network
Career Advancement Opportunities EO/AA Employer Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled #Crown
Description: Penske Logistics is now hiring a Battery Changer for their Maintenance Department servicing all material handling equipment in our warehouse. Come and be a part of our team! This is a second shift position working 4 days/10 hour shifts.
11:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Conducts the removal and replacement of lift batteries safely. Operates Hydra-Handler Sled.
Maintains and repairs battery cable insulation and connectors. Conducts daily/weekly Preventative Maintenance and completes daily log sheet. Monitors battery charger status & exercises corrective action as required.
Monitors Battery De-ionizer and takes corrective action. Disposes of Hazardous Materials in accordance with established OSHA procedures. Checks and maintains water levels in batteries.
Uses multi meter to check battery voltages. Maintains a clean and safe work area. Provides stand by relief as needed.
Utilizes and maintains the proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Verifies all safety switches are functional at all times. Performs any and all job related duties as directed. Other projects or tasks as assigned by Supervisor.
High School Diploma or Equivalent Previous Battery/Charger maintenance and repair experience preferred but not required. Good Communication skills and the ability to work well with a diverse group of associates.
Ability to safely operate warehouse equipment (Hi-lift, RC, Pallet Jacks, etc.). Considerable knowledge of safety practices. Ability to use a variety of hand tools and multi meters. Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:
Occasionally lift and carry up to 80lbs. Occasionally climb ladders or use lift equipment to a height in excess of 28 ft. Manual dexterity in hands, arms and legs to use tools, bend, stoop, stand and stretch.
Regular, predictable, full attendance is an essential function of the job. Willingness to travel as necessary, work the required schedule, work at the specific location required, complete Penske employment application, submit to a background investigation (to include past employment, education, and criminal history) and drug screening are required.
The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The associate will be required to remember and understand certain instructions, guidelines or other information. The associate must be able to see and verbally communicate. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
While performing the duties of this job, the associate will be required to move frequently, stand, walk, and sit. The associate is frequently required to use hands to touch, handle, and feel, and to reach with hands and arms.
The associate must be able to regularly lift and/or move up to 50lbs/23kg and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100lbs/45kg. Penske is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Penske Logistics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Penske Truck Leasing.
With operations in North America, South America, Europe and Asia, Penske Logistics provides supply chain management and logistics services to leading companies around the world. Penske Logistics delivers value through its design, planning and execution in transportation, warehousing and freight management. Visit www.PenskeLogistics.com at http://www.penskelogistics.com/ to learn more.
Work Locations: 4301 N 125 W Shelbyville, IN
Primary Location: United States-Indiana-Shelbyville
General Labor Penske (Oracle) Job Name:
Req ID: 1713820
Battery Maintenance Technician - Distribution Center Overnight / Weekends
The DC Battery Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing periodic maintenance, repair, replacement and limited troubleshooting on batteries; in accordance to safety, predictive and productive maintenance systems and processes. Must be safety conscious to avoid being injured by acid, fumes or electric shock; and must understand the risk of chemical explosions. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Interpret and understand plans and specifications, schematics, operating and maintenance manuals. Perform required tasks in accordance with applicable Standard Operating Procedures, rules, and safety procedures.
Ensure all protective equipment is worn at all times when working with batteries (face shield with splash guard, safety glasses, apron and acid-resistant gloves).
Ensure all safety/hazardous precautions are followed for battery changing procedures, battery washing procedures and neutralizing chemical spills.
Responsible for all distribution center batteries, which includes monitoring and trending, troubleshooting and preventative maintenance. A daily checklist must be maintained and complete. i. Inspect chargers, stands and racks ii. Complete daily battery changer checklist iii. Report any safety/hazardous conditions to management immediately
Responsible for battery charger repairs, battery changes for MHE, repair of plugs and tips of batteries and chargers, watering and washing batteries, acid spill cleanup, etc.
Conduct hazmat clean up in accordance with the current drum program.
Conduct preventive maintenance (PM's) within manufacturer's guidelines/specifications and established timelines.
Observe and/or test the adjustments, repairs or modifications to ensure safe operation.
Responsible for logging time and materials, maintaining work orders, PMs and inventory tracking into computerized maintenance management system/software.
Assist material handling equipment (MHE) maintenance in repairs, and preventive maintenance, to ensure forklifts/MHE are operational.
Assist conveyor maintenance in repairs and preventive maintenance, to ensure productivity is not compromised during peak periods.
Assist general maintenance in performing building maintenance repair to various systems, including electrical, plumbing, fire safety, dock doors, rack installations, etc.
Maintain spare parts inventory, order replacements, and prepare routine updates to maintenance records and reports.
Responsible for the operation of the distribution center's sweeper scrubber.
Perform other general maintenance tasks as assigned. Qualifications Experience: Minimum 1 year of distribution or manufacturing maintenance experience is desired. Education: High School diploma or equivalent. Technical/Trade School certificate, preferably in facility maintenance or related areas; any suitable combination of education and experience will be considered. Other knowledge, skills or abilities: Working Conditions Ability to work in a physical environment that is subject to temperature extremes, movement of mobile and fixed equipment, and other conditions associated with a warehouse operation. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Field Manager- Battery Service-Cbea
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
- Coordinate and facilitate training of the battery program to Emergency Roadside Services contracted providers and AAA Carolinas' call center agents.
- Review battery program performance of contracted providers to identify areas of opportunity and collaborate with team members to develop and execute an action plan for improvement.
- Regularly visit network providers and AAA Carolinas' Member Service Center to provide performance feedback and program support.
- Assist in resolving member reimbursements, complaints and damages as necessary.
- Provide support for contracted providers for battery testing equipment issues.
Manage tester performance and ensure uploads are in compliance with AAA Carolinas standards.
REQUIRED SKILLS, ABILITIES AND KNOWLEDGE
- 3 years or more of customer service experience.
- Valid driver license.
- Experience driving results by analyzing data and making decisions on how to improve performance.
- Strong computer software skills - Microsoft Office Suite
- Effective problem solving and conflict resolution skills.
- Basic understanding of automobiles is a plus.
- Ability to travel up to 75%.
Delivering value, safety, and total peace of mind every day is not just our business, it’s our purpose.
Join our team.
Dedicated. Innovative. Driven. Successful.
Members helping Members
Battery Development Manager- Flow Battery Development Opportunity
Battery Development Manager- Flow Battery Development Opportunity Job Label:BatteryDevMgr To apply for this position or refer someone you know, please click here ViZn Energy Systems is looking for highly capable and enthusiastic candidates to join the team on the development of energy storage products. This position is for a Battery Development Manager reporting to the Sr.
Dir of Product Development. This person will be responsible for leading a team of engineers and technicians in the development of battery stacks and systems to meet product performance and design requirements. This is a key technical position to help drive technology development and
Battery Test Engineer
DNV GL’s Battery Test Team conducts high quality measurements to help battery technology developers, users, investors, manufacturers, and regulators better understand the performance of their hardware. We are engineers, scientists, and project managers dedicated to the continued development and success of the energy storage industry. We are now seeking a Battery Test Engineer for our Rochester, NY facility. The Candidate We Seek
Is passionate about contributing to the transition that improved battery technology enables within the electric power and transportation sectors.
Is an ambitious engineer seeking a challenging and diverse workload including:
Managing projects between $5,000 and $200,000,
Setting-up, maintaining, and operating testing hardware,
Critical, objective, and in-depth analysis of time-series data, and
Effective technical writing to a broad audience.
Has skill and experience managing multiple clients and projects independently, and simultaneously.
Is excited to explore data and find deeper reasons for the results.
Identifies challenges and provides creative hardware, software, and logistical solutions.
Enjoys collaborating and communicating with colleagues and clients in person, via phone, and by email.
Thrives in a dynamic environment, and proactively plans for deadlines and anticipates hurdles.
- Doesn’t compromise on safety, quality, or integrity, even under pressure. Primary
Setup and execute, with minimal guidance, performance and safety testing of battery and other energy storage devices. This may include developing customer test plans based on a products application and guiding customer through test development process, including providing result context.
Program battery cyclers, environmental chambers, and a variety of monitoring and test equipment
Build out test setups and hardware, including constructing test fixtures providing electrical wiring and building out data acquisition and controls systems and providing design documentation as necessary for testing
Assist or lead in maintenance, troubleshooting and calibration of lab equipment
Write, modify, and create laboratory instructions and test plans, sometimes based on experience and with no customer guidance
Analyze testing data, including in Excel or MATLAB, and prepare testing reports for internal and external customers
Maintain multiple testing programs (to required scope, quality, and schedule) simultaneously
Interact with customers on technical discussions
Implement and/or execute new or unique test protocols
- Other duties assigned, as needed. As expertise grows candidate may be asked to contribute to advisory projects outside of lab work. Additional tasks may be required, such as Business development through lead generation and proposal writing and development of tools and processes to continuously improve quality and value of delivery Required Education, Experience and
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Physics or Materials Science; At least 3 years of relevant experience with battery or storage systems, and electrical testing. Experience as a student may be counted.
Ability and experience leading projects from start to finish
Ability to add additional value to projects by making recommendations to or developing testing programs from scratch from clients with multiple needs
Comfortable with data processing, desk work, and hands-on lab work
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
Legally authorized to work in the U.S.
- We conduct a pre-employment background check and drug screen
Master’s degree in in Engineering, Chemistry, Physics or Materials Science
Experience with AC power grid connected equipment such as inverters and transformers
Experience with DC power testing equipment from small cylindrical cells to large packs
Experience with battery or other similar technology battery destructive testing, including basic chemistry and fire science
Experience with LabVIEW, MATLAB, VBA, R, CAN, and/or Modbus
Understanding of alternative energy sources, ancillary services, and smart grid technologies as they would apply to energy storage technology including power markets and energy storage duty cycles and applications
Familiarity with a host of standards including ISO 17025, UL 1741, IEEE 1547, IEC 61215, UL 1642, IEC 62133, UN 38.3, UL 1973, NFPA 70, UL9540, NFPA 855, FCC Part 15B, etc.
Basic understanding of battery design, operation and function
Knowledge about the testing of rechargeable batteries of different chemistries especially as they relate to battery standards and testing methods found in ANSI, IEC, SAE, UL, CSA, etc.
A desire to push the envelope of established standards and practice and develop new testing standards, methods, and techniques
Be open to learning, creating and expanding the capabilities of the lab Physical abilities necessary to perform regular functions of the job:
Normal office and lab environments, occasional lifting of up to 50 lbs., regular walking, sitting, bending, twisting, standing and reaching
Occasional air travel to client sites, other offices, and conferences (up to 15% annually, sometimes long distance)
Ability to work extended hours as needed to meet deadlines and business needs
Valid driver license required and acceptable driving record meeting company requirements; ability to rent a vehicle Opportunities Beyond Business DNV GL is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. Our mission is to safeguard life, property and the environment. By joining us, you will work toward our meaningful vision: to make a global impact for a safe and sustainable future. DNV GL offers a congenial working environment, competitive salaries, and an exceptional benefits package. Please visit our website at www.dnvgl.com DNV GL is a global quality assurance and risk management company. Driven by our purpose of safeguarding life, property and the environment, we enable our customers to advance the safety and sustainability of their business. We provide classification, technical assurance, software and independent expert advisory services to the maritime, oil & gas, power and renewables industries. We also provide certification, supply chain and data management services to customers across a wide range of industries. Combining technical, digital and operational expertise, risk methodology and in-depth industry knowledge, we empower our customers’ decisions and actions with trust and confidence. We continuously invest in research and collaborative innovation to provide customers and society with operational and technological foresight. With origins stretching back to 1864 and operations in more than 100 countries, our experts are dedicated to helping customers make the world safer, smarter and greener. DNV GL delivers world-renowned testing and advisory services to the energy value chain including renewables and energy efficiency. Our expertise spans onshore and offshore wind power, solar, conventional generation, transmission and distribution, smart grids, and sustainable energy use, as well as energy markets and regulations. Our experts support customers around the globe in delivering a safe, reliable, efficient, and sustainable energy supply. Requisition ID: 2017-10053 Position Type: Permanent employment External Company Name: DNV GL AS
Battery Modeling Researcher - Res0000966
About the Role
Battery Modeling Researcher Develop electro-chemical models for battery cells to simulate cell performance and design. Drive experimental data generation for model calibration and validation. Support technology development for next generation vehicle electrification.
Major Duties and Responsibilities - Use commercial software or custom code to build porous electrode models - Incorporate advanced scientific concepts into the models - Plan experiments and data generation for model development, calibration and validation - Interface with material and cell suppliers and evaluate emerging technologies - Interact closely with R&D and engineering colleagues - Communicate results internally and externally through timely, high-quality research reports, external publications, and records of invention - Participate in technical discussions and reviews as an expert in battery cell technology - Generate innovative ideas, suggest new project areas, and establish technical plans - Maintain up-to-date knowledge of industry and technical developments affecting areas of responsibility - Display sense of entrepreneurship and drive results to product implementation
Qualifications - Ph.D. in electrochemical, chemical or related discipline - Strong background in electrochemical and battery technology - Extensive experience in modeling electrochemical systems - Working knowledge of COMSOL software a major plus - Understanding of battery-related experiments including cell construction, cycler operation, impedance spectroscopy, etc. - Effective verbal and written communication skills - Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with GM internal and external customers, including executive management - Results oriented, flexible, and ability work with timelines
Battery Cell Applications Engineer
Overview NO RECRUITERS OR THIRD PARTY AGENCIES The Cell Applications Engineer is responsible supporting customers in the direct use of individual A123 battery cells and also for High Voltage and/or Low Voltage battery pack assemblies. Responsibilities include: compiling customer technical requirements; translation into internal engineering requirements; driving those requirements into the design organization (internal and external). The Cell Applications Engineer also acts as the primary engineering interface with the customer with respect to A123 battery cells. Responsibilities
Act as the primary engineering interface to both internal and external customers.
Collect customer requirements, evaluate compliance, and note areas of non-conformance and/or opportunities for requirements modification
Develop battery performance specifications
Create battery pack Interface and Control Documents
Release battery pack engineering documents, drawings, etc. into corporate system
Create and manage pack DVP&R
Support manufacturing plant in resolving build issues related to pack design
Support customer integration efforts through appropriate means, such as conference calls, data log analysis, and travel to customer sites
Coordinate activities of engineering teams to resolve issues
Develop and maintain realistic project milestones and deliverables using appropriate tools
Track and report project status
Proactively manage changes in project scope
Ensure team follows established development processes
Contribute to process improvement activities
Follow and improve upon best practices and tools for project execution and management Qualifications
BSEE/BSME and 3+ years of automotive engineering experience
Solid trouble-shooting skills; Shainin problem solving experience a plus
Working knowledge of engineering tools such as CANalyzer and CAD viewers
Experiencing with creating DVP&Rs and DFMEAs
Experience in releasing products
Experience in working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
Ability to react to project adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently
Flexibility during times of change.
Strong written and oral communication skills
Strong interpersonal, including customer interface skills
Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in an occasionally high-pressure environment
Experience with Electric Vehicles and/or low voltage/high voltage systems a plus
OEM or Tier 1 supplier experience a plus Work Environment
Fast-paced development environment
Some travel required ID2017-1512 # of Openings1 CategoryEngineering
Groundskeeper/Porter - The Battery On Blake Street - Denver, CO
Who Is Simpson Housing/Simpson Property Group? Headquartered in Denver, Colorado we are a large, fully integrated real estate company with a rich and successful history dating back to 1948.
Our dynamic company acquires, develops, builds and manages luxury apartment communities in highly desirable locations throughout the United States. We are a company that constantly strives to “raise the bar” and continues to receive industry accolades for our strong commitment to providing outstanding customer service to our residents. We also believe in being a good neighbor by giving back to the communities we serve through numerous hours of volunteer work provided by our dedicated team of employees each and every year.
What We Are Currently Looking For: Groundskeeper/Porter - The Battery on Blake Street (Denver, CO) As a key member of our property management team, you will be responsible for the following:
Ensuring your property maintains exceptional curb appeal by keeping the grounds and buildings clean and properly maintained
Assisting in lawn and landscape maintenance including repair/adjustment of sprinklers
Removing snow from walkways
Assisting team members with apartment make-readies
Delivering superior customer service and exemplifying professionalism at all times
Candidates who have experience in the hotel or hospitality industry working as a porter or groundskeeper is a plus. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Keyword Search: Real Estate, Apartments, General Labor, Laborer, Groundskeeping, Landscape, Grounds Maintenance, Clean Up Candidates who apply should have:
High school diploma or equivalent
Prefer at least one year of groundskeeper/landscaping experience What It’s Like To Work At Simpson: Why work for Simpson?
You might want to ask one of our employees that question. Based on feedback provided by our employees, we continue to receive recognition for being one of the “Best Companies to Work For”, something we are very proud of. We have won this distinction in 2006, 2007, 2013, and again in 2014.
How many companies can say that? And it doesn’t stop there. Over the years, Simpson has cultivated a progressive “employee centric” culture that promotes collaboration and teamwork where ideas are openly shared and employees are actively engaged.
We also firmly believe that employees should be able to have fun at work while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Sound interesting? Please read on… What Simpson Can Offer You!
As an industry leader, we understand what it takes to be successful in today’s competitive marketplace. We know that employees must have the skills, tools and training to do their jobs effectively and efficiently and we deliver! For this very reason, SPG University was created as a way to help our employees grow on a personal and professional level and advance in their careers within the company.
In addition, our employees enjoy one of the most competitive benefit packages in the industry including multiple medical plan options, dental and vision insurance, 401(k), long-term disability, life insurance, generous paid time off, discount on rent, commuter benefits, education reimbursement and much more. If this sounds like the type of company that you would like to work for, we would like to hear from you. Find out where your talents can take you by applying today!
Simpson Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer Denver CO Requisition #: 10175 External Company Name: Simpson Housing LLLP External Company URL: http://www.simpsonhousing.com/ Street: 2101 Blake Street
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