Electrogenic is continuing to expand its operations at Kidlington, Oxfordshire. We are always on the lookout for good technical people and we will also post here when we are looking for more support staff.
As you know, our focus is to produce vehicles that do everything you expect from a modern EV; but with style. This creates a space for individual craftsmanship, development and implementation of of technology ideas, and excellence in customer services. And if you like cars, we do a lot of cool stuff!
Each of the positions below requires the ability to work diligently and without constant supervision to an extremely high standard, to able to use initiative where necessary but also work as part of a team. Candidates will require strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and good numeracy. We also work with a lot of new ideas and interesting clients, so it is important to understand the necessity for confidentiality. You also need to be excited about the possibilities of re-powering classic vehicles with all-electric drivetrains…
Each of the positions has a competitive salary, depending on experience, and we have a staff bonus scheme linked to the success of the business.
We are a young business in an exciting new market. This is an opportunity to be part of a small technology and service-lead team, who are creating something new. We look forward to hearing from you.
Please apply using the form at the bottom of this page, and make sure you attach a CV.
Classic Car Mechanic
Your responsibilities will include the general maintenance and servicing of classic and vintage cars (with some modern cars), removal of engines and other redundant items, fitting new transmission components and mechanical work for conversion to electric drive. There is also significant scope in this job for artistry and creativity as we design the new layouts and drivetrains, and fit the vehicle to a high standard.
You must have a minimum of 5 years experience as a car mechanic.
“Nice to haves” include welding skills, and bodywork and fabrication skills.
Your responsibilities will include the specification, fitting and wiring of the electrical components for the conversion of classic cars to 100% electric drivetrains. They will also include dealing with the existing car electrics and for bare-metal restorations, conversion to Electrogenic’s standard Canbus set-up. The role will include the responsibility for recording the wiring installation for each vehicle, including maintaining a SLD and HV-zone diagram for each car we deliver. It will also include the installation and testing of new technology, working with our senior electrical systems designer. It is not necessary to have prior experience of EVs, as we can teach this.
Essential requirements include a strong theoretical knowledge of DC electrical and electronics: minimum NVQ Level 4 or equivalent, and strong diagnostic skills.
“Nice to haves” include experience working on EVs and the ability to program motor controllers, Canbus chips, and similar.