We are looking for dedicated and self-driven Shift QC Engineers to join us in our mission to contribute to build the world’s greenest battery. The role is a part of our passionate Revolt Ett team based in Skellefteå.
About the job
Shift Quality Control Engineer leads QC shift team. Understand analytical priorities and works together with the team to deliver results of analyses on time. Support sample preparation, analysis and reporting. Works with raw material qualification, inventory management. If necessary, participate in process investigations and failure analysis activities.
About the team
The QC team is a group of experts, having experience in receiving samples, measuring methods, samples preparation, and result reporting. Your team will play an important role in supporting the production team in measuring and improving our product quality. QC team will be developing, validating, defining, and implementing the inspection methods for all tested materials. Furthermore, the team will be responsible for Measurement System Analysis and work with the R&D group to evaluate and compare product quality (it includes participation in Root Cause Analysis).
Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:
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Full time employment, fixed salary.
Planned starting date is asap.
The world is turning its back on fossil fuels. With the change comes new opportunities and new demands for industry. Together, let’s build a cleaner world.
Founded in 2016 to enable the European transition to a decarbonized future, Northvolt has made swift progress on its mission to deliver the world’s greenest lithium-ion battery with a minimal CO2 footprint and has grown to over 3,000 people from over 100 different nationalities.
Northvolt has to date secured more than $55 billion worth of contracts from key customers, including BMW, Fluence, Scania, Volkswagen, Volvo Cars and Polestar, to support its plans, which include establishing recycling capabilities to enable 50 percent of all its raw material requirements to be sourced from recycled batteries by 2030.