Contribute to a Safer, More Secure, and More Sustainable World
At UL, we know why we come to work. Thousands of us around the world wake up every day with one common purpose – to make the world a safer, more secure, and more sustainable place to live. We clear the way for our customers to introduce the latest products, technological advances, and systems in an increasingly complex world so they can provide peace of mind to the market. Our integrity is woven throughout our company and shapes the way we approach and deliver our solutions. We are proud that the work we do every day has a meaningful contribution to society. We continue to build upon our legacy of trusted expertise and partnership to keep our communities safe and secure as we march forward into the future. This helps us to sleep better at night, and we are confident that the millions of people we touch rest easier too.
Our laboratory tests industrial grade products that are designed to send energy to the grid, load banks, batteries, electric vehicles, and trucks. The testing conducted here ranges from Unintentional Islanding, to Voltage/Frequency trips, to Temperature Tests. Specialized test equipment is regularly used based on the intended device application. This equipment includes solar simulators, grid simulators, power analyzers, and various loads. The products tested in this lab can range from 30W to 300kW, they include:
We are seeking an experienced engineer to join our Energy Systems and e-Mobility team to help serve the fastest growing industry within UL. Our customers are designing new technologies for energy storage, electric vehicle charging, industrial trucks and power inverters. For the right candidate, the position may be filled in any of our main offices throughout the United States.
Under minimal supervision:
University Degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology from an ABET accredited program plus minimum eight years directly related certification work experience within energy storage, electric vehicle charging, industrial trucks and/or power inverters.
Detailed knowledge of the technical vocabulary common to the appropriate discipline. Working knowledge of conformity standards in use in areas of expertise. Working knowledge of industry issues, needs, and problems.