We are looking for a

Battery Cell Engineer - Li Metal

Key informations

  • CDI Contract

Are you looking for a challenge in an entrepreneurial scale-up in the fast – growing battery market? Then, you have found the right place.

Avesta Battery & Energy Engineering (ABEE) offers an exciting job opportunity in battery research & development. We seek a Battery Cell Engineer – Li Metal to work in our R&D team to help us bring ABEE battery cell technology to the next level. The R&D team at ABEE focuses on research & development of next-generation battery technologies, cell prototyping, testing, and post-mortem characterization of battery cells.


Key responsibilities

  • Leading the engineering efforts to develop the next generation lithium metal anode
  • Testing electrochemical, chemical, and physical properties of Li metal anodes
  • Study the relationship between Li metal anode and battery cell performance
  • Collaborate closely with other team members to develop core technologies
  • Preparation of technical reports and presentations
  • Assist the prototyping team with the upscaling of Li metal anodes


Experience & Qualifications

  • Degree in Chemistry, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, or a related engineering field
  • 5 years of experience in the manufacturing of Li metal anodes or development of Li-metal batteries, including cell assembly and validation
  • Excellent verbal and written English communication skills
  • Strong analytical thinking, attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Communicative skills in an interdisciplinary and international work environment


What we offer

  • A permanent contract, full-time position (38hrs/week)
  • Pension plan and hospitalization insurance
  • Possibility of up to two days of teleworking per week
  • Very competitive compensation package
  • Collaborative and caring team environment
  • Career advancement opportunities
  • The selected candidate will need to either live in Belgium or be willing to move to Belgium for the duration of the contract