Factorial Energy is transforming battery technology to enable safe, scalable, and high-performance cells for electric vehicles. 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 FEST™ (Factorial Electrolyte System Technology)

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

Factorial Energy is seeking a R&D Lab Technician to join its new team in Tallahassee, FL to assist in the development and production of new Battery Technology. This role will support our R&D group and will be responsible for battery cell assembly, materials development, and lab management. 

Job Description

  • Performing fabrication of lithium-ion batteries and components of according to a strict standard of procedures in order to produce batteries of consistent excellent quality.
  • Operating and handling mass balances, micrometers, gloveboxes, other chemicals and laboratory equipment to produce lithium-ion battery cells of various formats.
  • Perform lab maintenance tasks based to maintain lab environment standards and laboratory essential supplies
  • 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

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's or master’s degree in chemistry/materials engineering preferred.
  • Working experience at battery field is a strong plus
  • Experience working in a chemical laboratory setting, and or quality control environment is preferred. Comfortable handling chemicals.
  • 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.
  • Excellent people skills and demonstrated ability to work in teams.
  • The role will entail work within Factorial Energy’s dry room facility. Technicians must be capable of working in low moisture conditions (<.5% Relative Humidity).
  • Capable of meeting OSHA standards for manual lifting guidelines: < 50lbs

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