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- Responsible for the Battery Enclosure Systems Engineering and Legislative Compliance, focusing on the following aspects of the HV Energy Storage System (ESS)
- Lead the enclosure systems design process, analyzing pack & vehicle specifications to derive the battery pack’s mechanical system requirements.
- Cascade sub-system/component requirements specifications, validation test procedures & requirements verification traceability.
- Facilitate battery pack enclosure architecture development for new programs, alongside the Structures team
- Communicate with engineers to update/modify documentation to maintain accurate representation of deliverables; Use tracking tools such as Confluence and JIRA to capture changes.
- Ownership of all mechanical system & component requirements.
- Ownership of all legislative requirements, from cell to battery pack.
- Collaborate with the Principal DFMEA Engineer to maintain ESS enclosure system DFMEA and to drive design review processes for the battery enclosure.
- Coordinate & work with engineers across multiple disciplines to ensure timely completion of assigned tasks:
- Work alongside Battery Pack, Cell/Module and Thermal Engineers to ensure proper requirement cascade and validation processes with robust traceability.
- Work with the Battery Systems Engineering Functional Lead to accurately report out status, risks and escalation as necessary.
- Work with Rivian’s certification team to ensure all HV Battery legislative requirements are captured.
- Work with Electromechanical Design and Structures teams on requirement fulfilment, timing, simulation and design review processes.
- Experience with 3D CAE toolsets is a plus.
- 2+ years of work experience in Battery and/or Automotive industries.
- At least a bachelor’s degree in engineering discipline.
- Solid understanding Battery Pack Enclosure System design principals and requirements.
- Sound knowledge of all global Automotive legislative requirements.
- Previous experience in automotive product development environments.
- Previous experience launching large volume automotive HV battery systems.
- Creating the requirements from the ground up, using engineering analysis.
- Excellent problem-solving skills; reliant on core engineering principles and common sense.
- Strong communication, multitasking, and interpersonal skills, both in presentation and technical writing.
- Versed with automated requirements management tools (e.g. JAMA, Doors, etc.).
- Issue tracking tools (Jira, Bugzilla, etc.).
- Previous experience with product launches and production schedules.
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