Join us and be a pioneer for a green transport revolution.
Automotive Cells Company (ACC) is one of Europe’s newest and most exciting high-tech companies. Backed by Saft-Total, Stellantis-Opel and Mercedes-Benz, ACC is set to power the future of the automotive industry by innovating in battery technology.
We aim to produce sustainable, affordable, high-capacity, longer-life batteries as a cleaner alternative to current energy sources. We have created an R&D center and new state-of-the art facility in France (New Aquitaine), and we are building gigafactories in Hauts de France, Germany and Italy.
We need a range of skilled and agile people to bring our vision to life, especially in the areas of industrialization, mechanical design, testing/prototyping and any other function of a new-born company. If you’re looking to take your career further than you imagined, if you’re passionate about creating cleaner transport, we’d like to hear from you.
Accelerating sustainable mobility for all.
Overall job definition:
The primary responsibility will be to conduct comprehensive benchmarking studies, data analysis, and performance assessments to support the development and improvement of cutting-edge EV battery systems.
Benchmarking battery technologies:
Carry out a complete and detailed analysis on battery characteristics, such as technical characteristics (dimensions, weight, materials, …) or performance parameters (energy density, power density, life cycle, thermal performance, safety features, …). Conduct thorough data analysis to identify trends, strengths, and weaknesses of different battery technologies.
Gather information on the batteries used by the main competitors in the electric vehicle market. This analysis helps to understand competitors' strategies and technological choices, as well as identifying trends, strengths, and weaknesses of different battery technologies.
Monitor and analyze the EV battery market and keep abreast of the latest advancements in battery technology. Identify competitive advantages and areas for improvement to guide the company's battery development strategy.
Tests and trials:
It may be necessary to carry out tests and trials on competing batteries in order to verify advertised performance and obtain reliable data for objective comparison.
Work closely with design and R&D teams to communicate benchmarking findings and support the development of next-generation battery systems. Collaborate with external partners and vendors to ensure access to cutting-edge benchmarking facilities and data.
Reports and Presentation:
Prepare comprehensive reports and presentations summarizing benchmarking results, analysis, and recommendations. Present findings to management, engineering teams, and stakeholders to facilitate data-driven decision-making.