EVs Enhanced Careers

Looking to move into a new role while making a significant impact within the fast growing electric vehicle industry? We have spent the past six years moving away from our fossil-focused past and forging ahead into an electric future. Within this endeavour, we’ve already built a strong network of customers and partners while enjoying financial success and industry recognition with our existing products. Our future is bright, but the scale of our ambitions and projects isn’t possible without adding the right people to our small development team. Click on the Titles below to learn more

Production and Procurement Coordinator

We’re looking for a Production and Procurement Coordinator to lead our manufacturing team to produce our battery at a high standard of quality on time and budget. In this role you will be working with our existing staff to oversee many aspects of production from procurement through to staffing and meeting production goals. You’ll also be heavily involved in setting up our production line so you’ll have real ownership of the production process from day one.

In the role you’ll be:

Planning production tasks on weekly, monthly and yearly basis
Procuring production materials in a timely manner
Managing staff to meet production targets
Managing budgets and tracking cost of production
Estimating and projecting costs of production
Managing the fit-out of our production line
Managing day to day problems alongside senior staff
Making improvements to production process
Overseeing our quality management system
Taking responsibility for health and safety in a hazardous work environment
Creating a culture of continuous improvement and safety conscientiousness

Experience you’ll ideally have:

Working within small teams (5 to 10 people) in both a collaborative and management role
A history of working in a production environment
Had a direct role involving procurement and logistics (domestic and international)
Budgeting and accounting
Computer literacy

Experience that would make you a strong candidate:

Working with batteries
Quality management systems and ISO 9000
Knowledge of production processes
Experience in production automation
Experience in hazardous workplaces and occupational health and safety

If you’re keen on variety and want to make a difference to how New Zealanders move around simply submit your CV including references to and we’ll be in touch soon.

Embedded Software Engineer

We are currently developing a new platform for our battery management system (BMS) solutions. The timing is perfect for an experienced embedded software engineer to join our team at a point where there is still the chance to provide input into critical design decisions. Following a de-brief on existing platforms that may be worth building on as well as our existing code-base, the successful candidate will have plenty of freedom to design new algorithms to be used in our next generation safety-critical automotive BMS before getting stuck into the coding, debugging and testing.

While not essential, there is the option to for the person filling this role to lead the BMS development team including our other engineers and technicians assisting with development and testing during this project. Alternatively, it is also fine for the job to allow complete focus on development without any management requirements if that is preferred.


5+ years of experience in embedded software development and testing
The ability to work efficiently without compromising quality
Be able to work collaboratively with colleagues while being comfortable with communicating new ideas and opinions
Highly knowledgeable on microcontroller architecture and firmware development for microcontrollers
Working knowledge of real-time embedded systems and firmware development in C/C++
Extensive background designing, implementing and debugging communications using CAN, SPI, I2C, etc.
Proficiency with interpreting documentation and hardware schematics
Knowledge of secure data transfer and storage strategies particularly for fail-safe firmware updates
Ability to turn advanced mathematical concepts and complex algorithms into efficient and reliable code
Experience with higher-level software (Python or similar) for creating scripts used for testing and production

The following would also be an advantage:

Experience within the automotive industry, specifically BMS or powertrain
Familiarity with lithium ion battery chemistries and characteristics
An interest in electric vehicles
Some project management experience and the ability to estimate project timelines
Familiarity with version control systems
Bachelor or higher degree in EE, CE or CS

This is a permanent full time position based two minutes away from the Christchurch CDB in a sunny north facing office. There are also potential options for the position to be less than full time, with partial work from home or with flexible hours. The salary is negotiable based on experience.  All candidates applying for this role MUST have the right to work permanently in New Zealand.

If you’re keen on variety and want to make a difference to how New Zealanders move around simply submit your CV including references to and we’ll be in touch soon.

Diagnostic and Test Engineer – Automotive Electronics

We’re looking for someone with electronics diagnostic and test skills to measure the performance of our battery. This role will have you devising, setting up and running tests on thermal and electronic systems to validate our design and see what can be improved. You will also have a role in our organisation diagnosing and repairing EV power electronics with complex faults, testing new production equipment designed and built by us, and assisting in new research and development projects.

In the role you’ll be:

Designing, setting up and running tests on our new battery
Setting up component tests, building test beds and jigs
Testing new in-house designed production equipment
Diagnosing and repairing complex electronic faults in EVs

Experience you’ll ideally have:

A strong theoretical understanding and hands-on practical experience working with a wide range of electrical and electronic systems
Experience with lithium ion batteries
Experience in high voltage systems
Automotive electronics work history and familiarity
Experience with sensor setup and calibration, instrumentation and data logging setup and interpretation – measuring voltage, current, temperature, pressure, flow and CAN bus signals
Electronics diagnostics and repair down to a component level
Experience that would make you a strong candidate:

Automotive qualification:

Experience with battery management systems
Experience with power electronics

If you’re keen on variety and want to make a difference to how New Zealanders move around simply submit your CV including references to and we’ll be in touch soon.