Battery Charger Tester Job Description Sample
Seeking Electronics Project Engineer for lithium-ion battery charger product development role. This is a career track position.
The engineer will learn existing designs, will learn to operate a world-class product management system and will interact with off-shore suppliers. Projects will focus on developing products from concept, through design, manufacturing and support to end of life with the end goal of delivering cost-effective product solutions. Then progressively challenging projects will be assigned with the goal of developing an independent program manager fully responsible for product definition, concept design, schedules, cost and quality.
EMPLOYEE SPECIFICATIONS: • Bachelor of Science Electronics Engineering / Electronics Technology • ABET recognized institution • 4 to 8 years relevant work experience
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS • Critical thinking that distinguishes correct from questionable results • AC-DC switched-mode power supplies: buck, forward, LLC and flyback topologies • Troubleshooting analog circuitry to root cause failure • Build working prototypes given outline functional descriptions • Lithium-ion battery charging • Be highly motivated, self-starter with innovation and ability to pay attention to details • Create and review engineering documents with detail • Effectively collaborate with cross-functional teams • Manage a technician and mentor engineers.
PREFERRENTIAL SKILLS • UL / IEC / FCC / CISPR compliance requirements • Direct Asia manufacturing experience • Automated manufacturing test equipment • Assembly processes: surface-mount, automatic insert and hand insert • Soldering processes: lead-fee metallurgy and fluxing chemistries • Injection molded plastics • Microprocessor hardware and firmware: C-language or assembly
Vehicle Dynamics Performance Engineer - Pacifica, Challenger, & Charger
The Vehicle Dynamics Performance Engineer's primary responsibility is to achieve the vehicle team's functional objectives, determine appropriate targets, and lead ride, handling, and steering development of vehicles. This individual will work with a cross functional team and serve as a lead engineer to specify components for tires, steering, and suspension in order to meet program performance targets, using a combination of simulation, objective testing, and subjective methods. Subjective evaluation of ride, steering, and handling performance, as well as objective measurement of certain attributes will be required. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the execution and documentation of development activities and presentation of results to senior management (MRs, VIRs, SRs, UR) as well as coordination of prototype vehicles, tuning components and union mechanic activities.
- Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent from an ABET accredited or equivalent program
- 8 years of combined professional experience in the fields of engineering, vehicle development or motorsports
- 3 years of relevant experience in steering/suspension/tire release & development
or vehicle dynamics development
Strong ability to synthesize data and clearly present data to senior leadership
Ability to lead and proven team building skills
Vehicle ride and handling subjective evaluation experience
Strong understanding of automotive steering and suspension components and function
Previous experience in automotive ride and handling development
Previous licensing to operate vehicles at limit on closed tracks and facilities
Data acquisition and data processing skills
Strong understanding of vehicle dynamics theory and application
High performance driving experience and proficiency
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent problem solving skills
Organized, self-motivated, work as required supporting projects
Proficient use of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Flexibility to work either at the Proving Grounds in Chelsea, MI or at the Tech Center in Auburn Hills
Significant amount of travel, 2-3 weeks at a time during winter months (travel of 21-40% is yearly average)
(Usa-Ca-Mountain View) Battery Hardware Engineer, Consumer Hardware
Google Engineers develop the next-generation technologies that change how users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. As a member of an extraordinarily creative, motivated and talented team, you develop new products that are used by millions of people. We need our engineers to be versatile and passionate to take on new problems as we continue to push technology forward. If you get excited about building new things and working across discipline lines, then our team might be your next career step.
As a Battery Hardware Engineer, you will manage design specifications for the production of battery packs. You'll work with the system integration team to understand the requirements from the main system, and collaborate cross-functionally with Mechanical/System Engineers and Product Managers to evaluate the tradeoffs and design a battery suited for the next generation of consumer devices. You will also oversee the production and testing of the battery as it goes into mass production.
Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. Our Hardware team researches, designs, and develops new technologies and hardware to make our user's interaction with computing faster, more powerful, and seamless. Whether finding new ways to capture and sense the world around us, advancing form factors, or improving interaction methods, our Hardware team is making people's lives better through technology.
Participate in the development of batteries for next generation consumer hardware.
Select components, develop schematics and BOM to work towards strategic business goals.
Develop layout guidelines for PCBs and guide Layout Engineers to meet all physical and electrical requirements of BMU.
Review pack designs for battery safety and performance, incorporate team feedback, and release design documents for builds. Develop and drive the test plan for engineering validation and production testing.
Debug issues with the battery chemistry and BMU circuits. Work with Suppliers, Contractors, and Design Engineers to ensure products are develop within timelines.
BS degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of relevant industry experience.
Experience working with Battery Monitoring Unit (BMU) design and battery testers. Experience with Li-ion battery operation, performance and safety.
Circuit design experience, working with microcontroller based mixed-signal and digital systems.
Master's degree or PhD in Electric Engineering, or equivalent practical experience.
Experience with charger design and development, and analog circuit design.
Experience with power electronics, power supplies and embedded controllers.
Knowledge of inter-module communications protocols such as SMbus, I2C and HDQ.
Understanding of industry standard requirements for battery chargers and validation for certification.
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Battery Management Systems Design Test Engineer
Battery Management Systems Design and Test Engineer
Careers that Change Lives
We value what makes you unique. Be a part of a company that thinks differently to solve problems, make progress, and deliver meaningful innovations.
The Cardiac and Vascular Group brings all of our cardiac and vascular businesses together into one cross-functional, collaborative operating unit to employ the full breadth of our talent, technologies, products, services, and solutions to address the needs of customers and patients across the globe. Cardiac Rhythm and Heart Failure offers devices and therapies to treat abnormal heart rhythms, as well as cardiac diagnostic and monitoring solutions.
Battery Management Systems Design and Test Engineer: This position will work with business units across Medtronic and with the battery management system team to design battery management systems, battery charging systems and power supplies as necessary; and work together with selected suppliers to ensure the development of high reliability power sources for a wide range of medical devices. The desired candidate will have demonstrated experience battery pack management design as well as board layout skills. Experience with lithium-ion cells is a plus. This position will reside in the Energy Systems Research and Technology group and will work closely with a highly qualified and motivated team of engineers and scientists.
Altogether, this position offers an exciting and rewarding career opportunity for a qualified expert to work in a truly mission driven environment.
A Day in the Life:
This position will be responsible for the design and test of rechargeable battery pack management systems for specific medical device applications.
oDesign battery management systems, including circuit schematics and layout.
oDesign power supplies and/or work with established suppliers to review power source design.
oBe responsible for adoption and/or development of battery charger technology.
Effectively partner with and leverage existing subject matter experts within the Medtronic businesses who already have significant experience with BMS design, power source design, fuel gauge development and other related technologies.
Implement best practices designs for safe and reliable operation – charging and discharging of the battery pack.
Establish and maintain electrical calibration, programming , and testing equipment for configuring and evaluating battery management systems and fuel gauges.
Write plans, reports, data analysis summaries and other required documentation consistent with quality system requirements.
Maintain awareness of current battery transportation regulations.
Beyond the technical needs, this position requires:
Strong communication skills and presentation skills
Working collaboratively with other team members and functions
Seeking, receiving and giving due consideration to inputs from other subject-matter experts
Passion and self-motivation for new technology, continuous improvement, and unsurpassed quality & reliability
Must Have: Minimum Qualifications
- BS in Electrical Engineering or other similar discipline with at least two years of relevant experience (higher level education may substitute for some experience).
Specialized Knowledge or Skills Required:
Demonstrated knowledge of battery management system design.
Demonstrated knowledge of automated battery test equipment.
Experience with configuring and testing battery management circuits / systems.
Cadence board layout work for battery management systems.
Familiarity with statistical tools, DOEs and packages such as JMP / Minitab
Familiarity with DFSS or DRM tools (such as VOC, FMEA, 5-Why, 8-D)
High energy and self-motivated
Strong interpersonal skills. Ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment.
Strong technical communication skills (written and verbal)
Nice to Have:
Experience with Li-ion battery technology
Experience with battery fuel gauge technology & configuration
Experience in working with suppliers
Medical device industry experience; quality system understanding or other experience working in a regulated environment.
Together, we can change healthcare worldwide. At Medtronic, we push the limits of what technology, therapies and services can do to help alleviate pain, restore health and extend life. We challenge ourselves and each other to make tomorrow better than yesterday. It is what makes this an exciting and rewarding place to be.
We want to accelerate and advance our ability to create meaningful innovations - but we will only succeed with the right people on our team. Let's work together to address universal healthcare needs and improve patients' lives. Help us shape the future.
Physical Job Requirements
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this position, but they are not an exhaustive list of all the required responsibilities and skills of this position.
The physical demands described within the Day in the Life section of this job description are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Battery Technician (771)
Under the direct supervision of the Shop Supervisor or Service Manager the Technician is responsible for performing battery watering, cleaning in accordance with pre-determined schedule, periodic maintenance - repair cables, connectors, watering system, battery cell replacement and troubleshooting on various models of material handling equipment batteries and chargers with record keeping. Must be able to input data into computer or document paper work that is required. Perform all job requirements in accordance with applicable Standard Operating Procedures and Safety Procedures. Maintain service and support with material handling equipment batteries and charges at the internal customer locations in a timely and cost-effective manner so that customer requirements are met.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Perform preventive maintenance on material handling equipment batteries and chargers with manufacturer's guidelines/specifications and established timelines.
Perform routine cleaning and watering of all batteries in accordance with pre-determined schedule.
Replaces battery cells and completes cable and inter connector replacements as needed.
Able to troubleshoot and diagnose material handling equipment battery and charger components.
Ability to operate forklift equipment without supervision.
Ability to communicate effectively.
Properly records and maintains all required battery specifications, testing results, charging activity, location of new and used batteries.
Responsible for logging time and materials, maintaining work orders, PMs and inventory tracking into computerized maintenance management system/software.
Be able to use all special tools properly. Maintain and properly use the normal tools of the trade.
Operate service vehicle in a clean, safe and secure manner following all required safety rules for the job.
Follows all safety procedures in performing work as well as company policies and any other safety procedures necessary to complete work assignments safely.
Demonstrates exceptional customer service skills.
Properly identify and order all necessary replacement parts.
Driving is an essential function of this position and a valid current driver's license must be maintained at all times.
Work with all departments and employees to insure quality of customer service
Report all accidents, injuries, safety violations and unsafe working conditions immediately.
Account for all parts, materials, tools and consumables used as required.
Wear assigned PPE while handling batteries.
Perform other general maintenance tasks as assigned.
Schedule: 2nd Shift 4:00pm-12:45am
High school diploma, G.E.D or tech school graduate preferred.
A valid Driver License is required.
Basic Computer knowledge including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Must be able to work independently and as a team, as assigned.
Demonstrated ability to repair equipment per skill level.
Must be capable of becoming certified to operate equipment.
Keep an adequate set of personal tools as required by supervisor at all times.
Able to understand and communicate oral and by written instruction.
Minimum of one year of experience in repair and maintenance on material handling equipment.
Ability to pass required training and certification program.
Environmental Job Requirements
Capable of standing and walking for extended periods.
Must be able to bend, squat, reach, and climb on a frequent basis.
Must be able to lift, pull and push up to 50lbs. Weight requirements may vary within each department and function.
Open to the elements of noise and moving machinery.
Wear required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Battery Program Specialist
The Auto Club Group (ACG) provides membership, travel, insurance and financial services offerings to approximately 9 million members and customers across 11 states and 2 U.S. territories through the AAA, Meemic and Fremont brands. ACG belongs to the national AAA federation and is the second largest AAA club in North America.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities (details of the basic job functions):
Under general direction, assist Sr. Manager-Battery Service Operations in maintaining a successful Battery Service program.
Maintain working relationships with AAA Auto Club South Fleet Battery Service Providers, independent Battery Service Providers and Club Assist Account Managers. Attend Regional Field staff meetings. Report performance of Regional battery stations and work closely with Field Business Managers to improve Battery Program acumen and improve levels of service.
Visit BSP stations on regular basis as representative of ACS Battery Service. Work closely with vendor/partner Club Assist Account Managers and Trainers. Compile, prepare, and maintain a variety of battery-specific performance reports.
Maintain and update monthly tester data reports for all Battery Service contractors/providers. Develop reports to pinpoint areas of BSP performance requiring additional support/training to achieve goals of department. Performs Quality Assurance by conducting in-field ride-alongs, vehicle inspections, mystery shopping and working closely with individual Battery Service Techs to maintain high levels of testing performance and integrity. Work on various projects and conducts branch presentations to improve department efficiency as well as continuing to heighten awareness of the Battery Service program.
Primarily office environment with occasional work in field to include shop visits and hands-on training at the Battery Service Tech level.
Required Qualifications (these are the minimum requirements to qualify):
Education: Associates degree or equivalent
Experience: 3-5 years of administrative or Automotive Service experience preferred
Licenses/Certifications: ASE Certified A-6 preferred
Knowledge / Skills:
Must be proficient in popular Microsoft Office products such as Excel, Word Power Point and other computer based programs as needed.
Excellent knowledge of spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Ability to compose routine business correspondence.
Ability to calculate and compile numerical material.
Strong ability to deal effectively with ACS Fleet Management, and independent Battery Service contract station owners and managers. Ability to maintain composure in stressful circumstances.
Ability to maintain confidentiality. Ability to exercise logical and efficient judgment in carrying out assignments. Effective relationship management skills.
Hours of Operation - This position has a work window from 7am – 7pm, Monday through Friday with occasional weekend hours. This position requires mostly intrastate state travel approximately 3 – 4 days per week.
The Auto Club Group offers a competitive compensation and benefits packages including a base salary with performance based incentives; medical/dental/vision insurance, pension, 401(k), generous time off, a complimentary AAA Membership and much more!
Important Note: The above statements describe the principal and essential functions, but not all functions that may be inherent in the job.
This job requires the ability to perform duties contained in the job description for this position, including, but not limited to, the above requirements. Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified applicants, as needed, to enable them to fulfill these requirements.
The Auto Club Group, and all of its affiliated companies, is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
The Battery Technician position is a full-time hourly position reporting to the Facility Maintenance Manager. They are responsible for the maintaining all equipment batteries, Forklifts, reach trucks set down pallet jack-tuggers and golf carts. To insure all batteries are watered, kept clean and in the correct location corresponding with chargers and equipment numbers and keep the battery area clean at all times.
Responsible for changing batteries in all equipment.
Coordinates with facility maintenance manager on ordering of parts for battery repairs.
Responsible for preventive maintenance on batteries and maintaining the battery PM logs.
Assists other members of the maintenance team when needed on other building and sorter repairs as directed by the facility maintenance manager.
Keeps the work area clean and in safe working order.
Keeps up with tools and parts.
Discusses and coordinates with facility maintenance manager on battery repairs and equipment needs, including outside service when needed.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
Must be easily trainable and a quick learner.
Must be able to work in a fast pace environment
Ability to lift 70 pounds and stand for long periods of time.
Maintain attendance according to company policy.
Must have knowledge of battery repair and maintenance
Forklift and Scissor lift license required.
Ability to follow instructions accurately.
Self-starter and be able to work independently.
Verbal communication skills are needed to discuss issues and/or solutions to problems.
Must be able to work with others in a cooperative team environment.
Must be able to work weekend shift.
High School diploma or GED strongly preferred; combination of education and experience may be considered.
Battery Test Engineer
Do you love working on challenges that no one has solved yet? Do you like changing the game?
Envision what you could do here. At Apple, we believe new ideas have a way of becoming extraordinary products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there's no telling what you could accomplish.
In this role you will utilize your skills as a validation engineer to develop test plans to validate battery packs for next generation consumer electronic products. In addition to developing strategy and executing test-plans for R&D team, responsibilities include interpreting electronic specifications, developing validation plans, reviewing and approving battery pack designs, performing validation tests and analyzing and reporting test results.
We are looking for an individual experienced in electronic circuit development and/or design, testing and qualification with mixed signal (embedded microcontroller plus analog) systems. Familiarity with Lithium-based battery technologies and charging requirements is a plus but not a requirement.
Specific experience with portable consumer electronic products or large format batteries will be an advantage but not a requirement for deserving candidates. Background in Battery Management Systems hardware is a plus but not a requirement Deep understanding of EE test equipment and use and appropriate application. (Oscilloscopes, meters, data-loggers, power supplies, etc.) Familiarity with test platforms such as "ATE" (automated test equipment) utilizing data acquisition and instrumentation control software such as LabVIEW or similar test scripting. Familiarity with battery cycle test equipment is desired.
Good knowledge of inter-module communications protocols like SM bus, I2C and others. Some electronics design experience preferred with ability to review schematics and electronic board layout designsWE WILL CONSIDER INDIVIDUAL WITH BACKGROUND (ANY OF THE FOLLOWING): Portable consumer electronics, Medical Electronics, Automotive Electronics Batteries, Power Electronics and Power Supplies Embedded controllers Relies on data to rationalize technical decisions Ability to clearly explain technical issues Knowledge in statistical analysis
We are looking for someone who will write validation plans and test procedures to verify conformance to the design requirements based on supplied product specifications.Responsible for benchmarking R&D technology, includes cycle life testing and HW qualification.Investigate charge technologies and responsible for developing strategy for evaluation and supervising testing of chargers.Understand charger PMIC HW requirements and help with development of charger HW control algorithm.Reviews internal validation data and writes report.Conducts investigations and prepares reports to support investigations.Writes plans, co-develops procedures and analyzes data for validation activities to qualify for products.Reviews and approves design requirements.Reviews schematics and layout, to verify conformance to the design requirements and to determine testability.Reviews simulations and calculations to verify conformance to the design requirements.
MS or BS Degree in technical discipline
Battery Test Technician
Do you have a passion for invention and self-challenge? Are you looking to push the limits of what's considered feasible?
As part of our Battery Engineering group, you'll be a team member to craft creative battery solutions that deliver more energy in smaller spaces than ever before. We work across disciplines to transform improved hardware elements into a single, integrated design. Join us, and you'll help us innovate new battery technologies that continually outperform the previous iterations. By collaborating with other product development groups across Apple, you'll push the industry boundaries of what batteries can do and improve the product experience for our customers across the world.In this highly visible role, you will have the opportunity to utilize your broad skills as a test technician, and apply them to next generation battery development for Apple products, pushing the boundaries battery innovation.
Typically requires at least 2+ years of test experience.Have a previous track record of success conducting tests - should also be able to process and summarize data.Possess a high level of attention to detail with handling of samples and test data. Possess experience with electrical and mechanical lab measurement equipment (measurement gauges, volt and impedance meters, as well as automated test equipment, etc). Highly experienced in a lab setting, bringing a can-do attitude with a willingness to take ownership and drive results. Experience with battery cycle life testing using Maccor or Arbin testers is a plus
Experience with test implementation on wafer processing / capital equipment, medical device or test & measurement equipment is helpful
Experience with data analysis and s/w tools is highly preferred
- Execution of testing following detailed test procedures, preparing and documenting test results.- Running of complex test setups using high accuracy test equipment.- Troubleshooting equipment and sample issues, maintaining and solving test equipment problems as needed.- Use various types of measurement equipment to test batteries and cells.- Handling and providing sample materials with multi-functional team members.
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Battery Truck And Light Service Driver
Do you have…
- A commitment to providing exceptional service?
- Professional expertise and a passion for what you do?
- A high level of integrity?
- An ability to work independently and collaboratively as a team member?
- Creative thinking and problem-solving skills?
- Dedication to developing your own skills and knowledge?
Our most successful associates demonstrate these qualities every day.
The primary duties of the Battery Truck and Light Service Operator are to:
Provide emergency mechanical assistance to members and customers, primarily in areas of advanced electrical system diagnosis.
Sell, install, test and perform battery warranty services according to established guidelines and quality control procedures.
Ensure quality and high performance standards are achieved.
Valid driver's license with a satisfactory driving record and the ability to operate passenger vehicles and trucks with automatic and manual transmissions.
Two (2) years' experience in a sales/customer service environment.
Ability to pass a physical examination required by the Department of Transportation and maintain the certificate for the duration of employment in the position.
Satisfactory pre-and post-employment screening results, including criminal, drug and motor vehicle screening.
To the qualified candidate, we offer:
A competitive salary of $15.50 to $17.00/hourly, depending on experience.
Comprehensive benefit package including over 3 weeks of Paid Time Off during the first year, 401(k) plan with a company match, Medical, Dental, Prescription, and Vision Coverage, Tuition Reimbursement, Life Insurance, and Flexible Spending Accounts to highlight a few of the offerings.
Weekend & Holiday hours may be required – Schedules and shifts vary as we are open 24 hours 7 days a week.
Keywords: Roadside Assistance Technician, Fleet Service Technician, Roadside Technician, Battery Sales, Automotive Services Driver, Automotive Skills, Mechanical Skills, Automotive Technicial Knowledge, Automotive Diagnostics
If you have the qualities and skills described, apply today to become a part of our growing team!
To learn more about our company and the position, please visit Our Company Website.
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AAA Club Alliance is the result of AAA Mid-Atlantic, AAA Allied Group, and AAA Oklahoma/South Dakota joining, now representing nearly six million members in 13 states and Washington, DC. At AAA Club Alliance, we've been driven for more than 100 years to provide our members with superior roadside assistance, personal service, and peace of mind. This same commitment to a life well-lived has earned AAA Club Alliance the reputation as a great place to work. Our people tell us it's the company's positive work/life balance, the dynamic team environment, excellent benefits, and strong customer focus that keep them happy; their ideas are respected and valued. And, perhaps most important of all, they get to make a difference every day.
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