Factorial Energy is transforming battery technology to enable safe, affordable, and manufacturable products for Mobility and Energy. Operating out of its world-class research and development facility in Woburn, MA, Factorial holds a portfolio of solid-state innovations, including its segment-leading Factorial Electrolyte System Technology™ (FEST).

Our Purpose is to enable a sustainable future

Our Vision is to drive the revolution of a wireless, fossil fuel-free society

Our Mission is to provide the highest performing, most sustainable and safest batteries to power Electric Vehicles, Homes and Businesses

Your Role in achieving this will be as our “Assembly Technician"

 

What you'll be doing:

Factorial is seeking a Assembly Technician to join its team in Woburn, Massachusetts. This role will support our Battery Engineering group and will be responsible for battery fabrication (mixing & coating), battery assembly, battery testing and lab maintenance. 

Other tasks may include, but are not limited to: 

  • Performing lithium-ion battery fabrication according to a strict standard of procedures in order to produce batteries of consistent excellent quality. 
  • Operating mass balances, slurry mixers, blade coaters, micrometers, die punches and vacuum sealers to produce lithium-ion battery electrodes and pouch cells. 
  • Recording all activities in a technical record book and working with researchers to further develop consistent procedures. 
  • Interfacing with computer systems to enter and retrieve data and analyze basic operational information. 
  • Work safely and in compliance with all regulations and quality systems. 
  • Coordinating and executing equipment maintenance per manufacturer’s guidelines 

 

What we want to see from you:

  • Good dexterity; sufficient to work with small components. 
  • High school diploma required. 
  • Minimum of 1 years’ hands-on experience working in a team setting. 
  • Experience working in a chemical laboratory setting, and or quality control environment is preferred. 
  • General knowledge of equipment calibration and procedures regarding chemical safety. Must be comfortable with operating benchtop machinery and performing repetitive tasks. 
  • Basic understanding or interest in lab analytical equipment and test methods. 
  • Technically proficient in Microsoft Office. 
  • Excellent people skills and demonstrated ability to work in teams. 
  • The role will entail work within Factorial's  dry room facility. Technicians must be capable of working in low moisture conditions (<.5% Relative Humidity/-50°C dew point). 
  • Capable of meeting OSHA standards for manual lifting guidelines <50lbs.

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