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Process Engineer at Enovix
Fremont, CA, US

Enovix is seeking process engineers for the development and scale up of a battery line in Fremont, CA. The assembly process engineer will be responsible for the process and equipment for the definition of the electrode through the construction of the packaged cell.


  • Define manufacturing processes for the assembly of lithium ion batteries using Enovix patented technology.
  • Use stage gate process to develop, characterize, and implement scale-up processes.
  • Support the equipment engineering team in the design, equipment selection, and qualification of customized equipment for high-volume manufacturing.
  • Define and develop novel methods for the patterning and assembly of state-of-the-art electrode material.
  • Work closely with the R&D team for materials selection of next generation battery materials and assembly processes.
  • Transfer existing R&D processes from lab scale to high-volume manufacturing with high-process capability.
  • Interact with customers to define process roadmap based on next generation cell requirements.
  • Drive cell yield improvements through DOE and SPC.
  • Create and maintain SOPs and work instructions.
  • Lead troubleshooting efforts to understand and mitigate process and quality excursions in a high volume, fast paced environment.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in materials science, chemical engineering, physics, chemistry or related discipline required (master’s degree preferred).
  • Experience in the design, development, manufacturing, and qualification of Li-ion batteries.
  • Proven track-record of solving problems in the scale-up of R&D processes to high-volume manufacturing.
  • Experience with SPC, DOE, FMEA and D8 methodologies required.
  • Experience interacting with customers and suppliers strongly preferred.

About Enovix

Enovix is building a next-generation lithium-ion battery to increase energy density and improve safety. Our patented 3D cell architecture enables a high-capacity silicon anode to increase energy density by 30% to 80%, depending on cell size. And our patented 3D cell architecture includes features that reduce the danger of explosion and fire from thermal runaway. We’re backed by strategic relationships with Intel, Qualcomm, and Cypress and over $150 million in venture, strategic, and private funding. We’ve been awarded over 50 patents and have over 50 more pending that will create sustainable enterprise value and provide a competitive barrier for years to come.