​Process Engineer Trainee - Cell Production

Posted 12 March 2024
Salary Competitive
LocationUnited States of America
Job type Permanent
Discipline Renewable Energy & Infrastructure
Contact NameQihan Geng

Job description


We are excited to introduce a unique Trainee Program aimed at fresh graduates with 1-2 years of experience in cell production frontline process work. Designed for ambitious individuals looking to expand their horizons and gain international experience in the U.S., followed by a chance working in the R&D lab in China.


Key Features:

  • Duration: 9-15 months of overseas assignment in the U.S., followed by relocation back to China to work in R&D Centre.

  • Comprehensive support including visa arrangements, accommodation, insurances, and flight provisions.

  • Competitive salary of USD 60,000 - 65,000 while in the U.S. Upon return to China, salary will align with the local market benchmark.


  • Operate and maintain frontline cell production processes in the U.S. with high standards of quality and efficiency.

  • Engage in hands-on training and gain in-depth knowledge of advanced cell production technologies and methodologies.

  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to enhance production efficiency and product quality.

  • Analyze data and implement continuous improvement strategies to optimize production processes.

  • After completing the U.S. assignment, contribute to innovative projects in our R&D lab in China, applying the knowledge and skills acquired abroad.


  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, Materials Science, or a related field.

  • 1-2 years of experience in cell production process work, preferably with exposure to international environments.

  • Strong proficiency in English, both written and spoken.

  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in a team and adapt to diverse work cultures.

  • Willingness to relocate to the U.S. for the program duration and subsequently return to China for a role in R&D.

  • Previous experience in process optimization and quality control in cell production is highly desirable.