Faraday Technology, Inc., a subsidiary of Physical Sciences, Inc., is looking for a Principal Scientist/Engineer to support electrochemical science and engineering process and product development programs for government and commercial applications. Candidates are sought to work with the Faraday team to develop and commercialize innovative electrochemical science and engineering systems in areas including, but not limited to: deposition and forming, surface treatment and finishing, energy storage and conversion, remediation and recycling technologies. Candidates should have a detailed understanding of electrochemistry and experience in an R&D environment. Candidates with experience in lithium-ion battery technology are particularly welcome. Candidates will work at the facility in Englewood, OH.
Responsibilities will include:
• Support SBIR, government and commercial proposal efforts to find opportunities for development of new technologies and maturation of existing technologies.
• Lead development programs from technical and programmatic standpoints to deliver high quality solutions to the customer.
• Interact with customers to develop engineering specifications based on customer/application requirements.
• Develop and execute test plans to validate technology performance meets customer requirements. Summarize and communicate program progress and key results both internally and externally.
• Prepare technical program reports and review presentations.
Candidates should have at minimum a PhD Degree (or Master’s with 4+ years’ experience) in Chemistry, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related field. Candidates should demonstrate an extensive background in experimental design, data collection, and analysis with experience in customer interface. Excellent English written and oral communication skills are required.
US Citizenship or Lawful Permanent Residency is required.
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.