System Engineer

Remote, FL, US

Date:  Feb 22, 2024
Microvast Power Solutions

We are committed to providing our customers with outstanding selection and value, the highest quality products and superior customer service. Inspired by the values upon which we began our company, we remain dedicated to our customers, our associates, and our communities.

Position Description

Responsible to support technical discussions with customers and coordinate product/system development between multiple departments within Microvast globally.

Job Responsibilities

  • Management of customer product requirements (RFI/RFQ)
  • RFQ response generation with the support of core engineering team
  • Preparing technical proposals for customers based on Microvast’s standard product or necessary design modifications to the standard product
  • Battery system layout – electrical and mechanical 
  • Preparing battery system technical requirement documents for customers 
  • Management of BOM for battery pack and system (cells/modules PN/pack subcomponents/strings/etc.)
  • Generate 2D drawings (with the support of core engineering team)
  • Generate exploded views and 3D assembly process documentation for battery pack/systems (with the support of core engineering team)
  • Ensure and verify clearances to external hard interfaces that address battery safety, assemble ability, and service processes 
  • Management of project applications with customers, working alongside a program management team to ensure customer’s timing, cost, quality and performance are met
  • Support customer service team for equipment commissioning on test benches/vehicles
  • Support battery certification for specific customer battery pack/systems
  • PLM – product lifetime management 


  • Minimum 5 years experience in system engineering. Minimum knowledge of the general technologies of vehicles (performances, powertrain architectures, thermal management, electronics ECU, safety, etc.)
  • Knowledge or background in automotive/transportation industry and processes (HV battery experience preferred)
  • Minimum ability and/or experience to generate D-FMEA and fault tree analysis, knowledge in electronics (HW & SW) and general diagnostics
  • Knowledge in and ability to use CAN tools (i.e., CANalyzer, CANoe). Understanding CAN and automotive diagnostic protocols
  • Familiarity with electric vehicle standards and regulations, specifically battery related standards (ISO, SAE, GBT, etc.). Know test standards to ensure pack integrity (vibrations, thermal propagation, crash, safety, etc.)
  • Strong reactive and proactive problem-solving skills (root cause analysis). Capability in using data processing tools (i.e., Matlab, Simulink, etc.)
  • Strong (preferred fluent) in speaking and writing in English. Chinese language is an advantage.

Physical Requirements


We are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and is looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment:  Disabled/Veteran.