The ALBATTS Skills Cards describe a number of occupational profiles - and corresponding competencies - within the scope of battery manufacturing, e-mobility and stationary battery storage.
Companies can use the Skills Cards to identify the needed competencies to 1) readjust/improve employee’s selection and recruitment; 2) train employees according to the latest sectoral needs; 3) set up their businesses within the battery sector.
Training providers, such as VET providers or universities, will find them useful to 1) create training opportunities; 2) improve existing curricula or training programmes.
National agencies can use the Skills Cards to readjust national education plans, whereas general public may use them to know more about the jobs in the batteries sector.
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You can send us your feedback on 5 different categories of competencies, as well as on overall level regarding specific Skills Cards.
Please note the following, regarding the level of maturity in relation to the skills in the Skills Cards:
• Awareness: Understands the background of the knowledge, competence/skill, and its implications to be able to understand how it is applied in the environment.
• Practitioner: Strong understanding of the knowledge, experience in the competence/skill. Able to apply knowledge, the experience of the competence/skill and share with others including tools and techniques, define and use the most appropriate for the solution.
• Expert: Knowledge or competence/skill ability to develop and apply procedures and activities as an individual and/or provide his qualified opinion to a team. Recognised specialist and advisor in the generation of solutions and ideas, including methods, tools, techniques, guiding or leading others in best practice use of the specific knowledge and skill.
Battery Cell Module Engineer
A battery cell module engineer is responsible for designing, developing and testing battery cell modules for various applications.
Battery Material Engineer
A battery material engineer is responsible for researching, developing and optimising materials used in batteries.
Battery System Engineer
A battery system engineer is responsible for designing, developing and testing battery systems for various applications.
Battery Thermal System Engineer
A battery thermal system engineer is responsible for designing, developing and testing thermal management systems for batteries.
A battery controls engineer is responsible for designing, developing and testing control and management systems for batteries.
A battery electrical engineer is responsible for designing, developing and testing electrical systems for batteries.
Embedded System and BMS Engineer
An embedded systems engineer is responsible for designing, developing, and testing embedded systems, which are computer systems integrated into other devices or products. A Battery Management System (BMS) engineer is responsible for designing, developing and testing the BMS for batteries.
A battery production maintenance engineer is responsible for the maintenance and repair of equipment and machinery used in the production of batteries.
A battery mechanical engineer is responsible for designing, developing, and testing mechanical systems for batteries.
A battery process engineer is responsible for designing, developing and optimising the manufacturing processes for batteries.
Production and Manufacturing Engineer
A battery manufacturing and production engineer is responsible for the design, development and execution of the manufacturing processes for batteries.
A battery quality engineer is responsible for ensuring the quality of batteries and battery systems during the development and production phases.
A battery simulation engineer is responsible for using mathematical models and simulation tools to predict the performance of batteries and battery systems under different conditions.
A battery software developer is responsible for designing, developing and maintaining software systems for batteries and battery management systems.
Test and Validation Engineer
A battery test and validation engineer is responsible for testing and validating the performance, safety, and reliability of batteries and battery systems.
Automotive Repair and Inspection Personnel
Electric vehicle (EV) repair and maintenance personnel are responsible for repair and maintenance of electric vehicles.
Battery Manufacturing Technician
A battery manufacturing technician is responsible for the production of batteries in a manufacturing facility.
Battery Module Assembly Technician
A battery module assembly technician is responsible for assembling battery modules in a manufacturing facility.
Battery Recycling Technician
A battery recycling technician is responsible for the collection, transportation and processing of used batteries in a recycling facility.
Cell Assembly Technician Downstream
A battery cell assembly technician is responsible for assembling battery cells in a manufacturing facility.
Machine Operator in Battery Industry
A battery machine operator is responsible for the operation of equipment used in the production of batteries.
Machine Operator in Upstream
A battery upstream operator is responsible for the operation of equipment and processes that happen before the actual manufacturing of batteries, such as mixing and preparing the materials needed to produce batteries.
Maintenance Technician in Battery Industry
A battery maintenance technician is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the equipment used in the production of batteries.
Material Handler and Planner
A battery material handler is responsible for the handling and storage of raw materials and finished products in a battery manufacturing facility.
A battery quality technician is responsible for ensuring the quality of batteries and battery systems during the development and production phases.
A battery shift leader is responsible for overseeing the production and operations of a battery manufacturing facility during their shift.