NOT ACTIVE – Data Analyst (Clean Energy Tech)- £45,000 – £55,000 + benefits package
Could you play a part in shaping a greener tomorrow?
In this role, you’ll harness the power of data to fight climate change by helping to create the future of green energy.
You’ll have the chance to make a real-world impact at one of the world’s leading clean energy tech companies. The company’s focus is in R&D; bringing new products to market and creating efficiencies. Their partners include the likes of Bosch, Doosan, and Shell.
Reporting to the Test Strategy Manager, you’ll be directly responsible for turning design verification requirements into executable test plans and deriving and reporting results from test data.
Your work will not only influence the trajectory of the company but will also have a tangible impact on the world, shaping how we live and the future of our planet.
Flexibility – work on a hybrid basis in this role with two or three days on-site.
Impact – not only will you impact your immediate team, but your work will have the potential to shape and advance new green technologies.
Stability – you can rest assured that this is a financially secure business operating in a critical sector. Due to the nature of the technology and focus on clean energy, there is a lot of partnership investment, meaning a constant flow of licence fee revenue.
Culture – you will join a harmonised and nurturing culture where everyone is motivated by achieving one clear goal.
R&D Focus – by working for an R&D business, you will work on a unique business model where new developments are a driving force.
Innovation – you will be part of a company continually striving to break new ground in terms of developing and testing the SOFC & SOEC. To be able to work in this field is an exciting proposition and will open new markets and opportunities.
Package and benefits – £45,000 – £55,000 benefits (life insurance, health care cash plan, Sharesave scheme and pension along with enhanced maternity, paternity & adoption pay and shared parental leave).
Under the guidance of the Test Strategy Manager, your primary role will be to transform design verification requirements into actionable test plans while interpreting and presenting test data outcomes.
You’ll use your technical expertise and experience to advise on the design of experiments and statistical confidence of test results. Where needed, you’ll be able to use machine learning to advance the verification processes.
And if you’re looking for autonomy, there’s the opportunity to implement different solutions to improve the efficiency of the testing process – plus you can actually visit the testing environment in real-time to better understand the technology.
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