Electrical Engineering Tech in San Diego, CA at Volt

Date Posted: 2/22/2020

Job Snapshot

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    San Diego, CA
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    24 weeks
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    Volt Branch
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Job Description

Electrical Engineering Technician-Temp to Hire

This company located in San Diego, California is focused on the discovery of advanced materials for lithium-ion batteries.  Using our state-of-the-art high throughput discovery workflows so we can synthesize and test over 1,000 electrode materials per week, each fully formulated and tested in actual cells.  Through collaborations with battery industry leaders and our own independent programs, and several promising discovery projects targeting next generation battery technology.


We’re seeking an outstanding Electrical Technician to join our team developing cutting edge high throughput automation used for the discovery of next generation batteries. This position will work closely with scientists and engineers on all aspects of the discovery process. As an early-stage hire, the successful candidate(s) will play a significant role in the company.  The position is ideally suited to those with 2 or more years of experience.

Key responsibilities include:

•             Manufacture, assemble, and maintain new test equipment.

•             Follow procedures to debug and maintain automated lab equipment.

•             Manage ordering and inventory of parts for project builds.

•             Electrical assembly and soldering for various types of projects.

Requirements include:

•             A degree in electronics or equivalent experience.

•             Experience working with complex electrical and electro-mechanical systems (including the integration of mechanical designs, electrical designs, control systems/software and motion controls).

•             Circuit board assembly and debug experience.

•             Experience building control panels and system wiring.

•             Experience reading and following electrical schematics.

•             Work independently implementing solutions and problem solving skills in an engineering environment.

•             Experience following wiring schematics and fabricating basic wiring harnesses.

•             Strong interests, experience or hobbies related to computers, robotics, or parts fabrications would be desirable (RC boats or cars, motorcycles, cars, computers, machine shop skills, or any electrical design experience).  This is a hands-on job.

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer