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Work for Powervault: Quality Associate


Powervault is the leading UK-based home energy storage manufacturer. The Company’s mission is to make home energy storage as commonplace as a dishwasher; reducing energy bills whilst also interacting with the grid to make a decentralised, 100% clean energy system possible.

The lead product is an advanced, integrated battery and control system. The Powervault 3 stores surplus solar generation and low-cost electricity from the grid to use when the customer needs it. It is capable of interacting with and controlling other household appliances, forming the foundation of the smart home and increasing demand flexibility. Groups of Powervaults can be aggregated and controlled remotely to support the smart grid, helping maintain network frequency and reduce local peak constraints, as well as allow partners to buy and sell energy to trade in the wholesale market.

Powervault launched in 2014 and has developed multiple award-winning products, with an approved patent. The Company has secured over £1m of innovation grant support and prizes from BEIS, Innovate UK, Climate KIC, Nesta and the Prince’s Trust, and £5.5m in private equity predominantly from Crowdfunding (including the world’s fastest cleantech crowdfunding activity). Powervault is targeting a trade sale in the next 2-3 years realising a 10 X return for its investors. The energy storage market is now entering an exciting new phase with the rollout of smart meters and new business models and market opportunities.


This is an opportunity to work in one of the fastest growing areas of the internet of things: energy storage and smart grid technology. We are looking for a Quality Associate to help us scale up and roll out many thousands of home energy storage products providing smart energy services to the electricity system. You will be given a high degree of responsibility in a close-knit company, with opportunities to direct your work and learn new skills as well as help deliver core business goals. You will be responsible for:

• Development, monitoring, and enforcement of quality and EHS processes
• Communication with all employees and suppliers to ensure standards are met
• Creating a detailed EHS and QA implementation schedule based on available resource
• Monitoring production standards are in line with QA requirements
• Monitoring facilities standards are in line with EHS requirements

Candidates will need to demonstrate previous experience in a role either directly responsible for these
functions or with practical experience in running and monitoring similar processes. Training will be
provided for the right candidate.


• The ability to develop the necessary QA and EHS policies when applied to a small business
• Good understanding of QA and EHS policy and procedure requirements
• The ability to monitor and enforce policies and procedures at all levels within the company and
with external suppliers
• Organised and methodical


• A degree in an Engineering related field
• 2-3 years practical experience in the manufacturing industry
• Experience in internal quality auditing


The candidate will need to be:

• Fascinated by technology
• A fast learner able to understand complex problems in new subject matter quickly
• Hard working and motivated to succeed
• Adaptable and self-managing, high achiever, tenacious and driven
• A team player, working closely with colleagues with different skillsets
• Happy to “get hands dirty”

A commitment to meeting the challenge of sustainable development in the UK is welcome but not critical.


Engineering / Manufacturing


Manufacturing / Cleantech / Low Carbon


Full-time, permanent

Reports to

Operations Director


<£25,000 per annum, based on experience, + share options


London Bridge, London, U.K.

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