Thousands of us around the world wake up every day with a common purpose: to make the world a safer, more secure and sustainable place. Science is in our DNA; we are endlessly curious and passionate about seeking and speaking the truth. We take delight in knowing that our work makes a meaningful contribution to society, and we are proud that our culture is centered on integrity, collaboration, inclusion and excellence. UL stands at the forefront of technological advancement, and we are continually challenged to find new ways to foster innovation and positive change. Satisfying? Yes. Exciting? Absolutely!
Our Energy Systems and E-Mobility segment of UL continues to grow, even throughout this COVID-19 pandemic, and we're seeking an Electric Vehicle Charger and/or a Distributed Energy (Inverter) Staff Engineer to join our Energy & Industrial Automation team in Northbrook, IL. or Fremont, CA.!
In this position you will work directly with internal and external customers, ensuring products such as Electric Vehicle Chargers, Battery Storage Systems, Battery Chargers, Uninterruptible Power Supplies, Inverters and potentially even commercial Drones are meeting safety requirements. Our new team member must possess excellent project management skills along with strong communication skills, with the ability to clarify complex requirements for a wide range of customers. If you are organized, detailed oriented, able to drive projects and procedures, have a strong ability to multi-task, and are looking for an opportunity to truly stand out to make an impact, we have the opportunity for you!
Working at UL is an exciting journey that twists and turns daily. We thrive in the twists and revel in the turns. This is our every day. This is our normal.
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