Senior Supplier Quality Engineer
Posted on Friday, March 17, 2023
Are you ready to rise to the challenge of climate change with the team that will deliver? Form Energy is a U.S. technology and manufacturing company that is developing and commercializing pioneering energy storage technologies to enable the electric grid to run on 100% renewable energy, every day of the year.
Supported by leading investors such as Breakthrough Energy Ventures, ArcelorMittal, TPG Rise, MIT’s The Engine, and others, we share a common belief that low-cost, multi-day energy storage is the key to enable tomorrow’s zero carbon electric grid. Driven by our core values of humanity, excellence, and creativity, we are deeply motivated and inspired to create a better world. We need talented, hardworking individuals who share our goal of tackling the challenge of climate change. Do you want to work with us today to build a better tomorrow?
As the Senior Supplier Quality Engineer at Form Energy, you will focus on our battery active material supplier development, qualification, and industrialization. You will be responsible for establishing and managing quality and reliability standards for Form products. You will help establish the metrics to be used to measure the quality of Form’s products and be a point of contact for resolving quality issues from the field and from manufacturing partners. This role will report to the Senior Manager, Supplier Quality Engineering & Industrialization within Form’s Global Supply Chain organization and be highly cross-functional with the team.
Form’s Supplier Quality and NPI team is responsible for critical component development and qualification activities at suppliers. The job involves communicating well with internal and external teams, traveling to suppliers in different regions, and on-the-spot decision making. This role is critical to pushing the limits of current manufacturing processes to achieve scale, reduce defectivity, and enable Form Energy’s rapid growth.
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