Electric Vehicles engineering jobs

Project overview

The electrical vehicles project aims to design and manufacture electric vehicles for the mass market. The project will involve developing new electric vehicle models, optimizing production processes, and establishing a distribution network. The goal is to produce vehicles that are affordable, reliable, and environmentally friendly, while also meeting customer demands for performance and functionality.

Roles and techniques

Project Manager Electrical Engineer Battery Design Engineer Charging Infrastructure Engineer Power Electronics Engineer Battery Management System Design Power Electronics Design Vehicle Electrification Lightweight Materals Selection Energy Efficiency Optimization Robotics and Automation in Production


Electric Vehicles engineering jobs

Project information

The electrical vehicles project is a response to the growing demand for environmentally sustainable and cost-effective transportation options. By producing high-quality electric vehicles that are accessible to a wide range of consumers, we hope to contribute to the transition towards a more sustainable future. Our focus is on designing and producing vehicles that are not only efficient and eco-friendly, but also stylish, comfortable, and fun to drive.

Project size

The electrical vehicles project will involve a large team of professionals and a significant amount of capital investment. We anticipate employing around 500 professionals across all stages of the project. The total CAPEX range for this project is estimated to be in the range of $2-3 billion, with the majority of the expenses being allocated towards the research and development of the new electrical vehicle technology, as well as the establishment of manufacturing plants and supply chain logistics. Due to the high investment required, the project has attracted a significant amount of attention from investors and stakeholders, both in the automotive industry and beyond. The project is expected to have a significant impact on the automotive industry, as it represents a major shift towards more sustainable and environmentally friendly modes of transportation.

Professionals and companies

The electrical vehicles project will involve a wide range of professionals and companies from various industries. We will be working with automotive design firms, battery manufacturers, power electronics companies, software developers, and robotics specialists, among others. In addition to our own team of engineers and designers, we will also be collaborating with universities, research institutions, and government agencies.

Our partners will include leading companies such as Tesla, LG Chem, Panasonic, and Volkswagen, as well as smaller startups and research organizations. We will also be working closely with government agencies to ensure that our vehicles meet all relevant safety and environmental standards.

Given the scale and complexity of the project, it requires collaboration among various professionals and companies with diverse expertise. The project is led by a team of experienced project managers, engineers, and technical specialists, who are responsible for overseeing the project from conception to completion. In addition, the project involves partnerships with various research institutions and universities to advance the development of new technologies. Several major automotive manufacturers and suppliers are also involved in the project, providing expertise in design, production, and supply chain logistics. Finally, the project has received support and funding from various government agencies and environmental organizations, highlighting the broad-based interest in advancing sustainable transportation solutions.


Used equipment

 In the electric vehicles project, a variety of equipment will be used to design and manufacture the vehicles. This equipment includes electric motors, batteries, charging stations, power electronics, and advanced materials such as carbon fiber composites.


Lithium-ion battery

The lithium-ion battery is a key component in electric vehicles, as it provides the power to drive the electric motor. These batteries are rechargeable and have a high energy density, making them ideal for use in electric vehicles. They are made up of lithium cobalt oxide or lithium iron phosphate, and have a lifespan of around 8 to 10 years.

Electric motor

The electric motor is responsible for converting electrical energy stored in the battery into mechanical energy to drive the wheels of the vehicle. They have fewer moving parts than internal combustion engines, resulting in lower maintenance costs. There are two main types of electric motors used in electric vehicles: AC and DC motors. AC motors are more common due to their higher efficiency and better performance.

Onboard charger

The onboard charger is responsible for converting AC power from the charging station into DC power that can be stored in the battery. They are usually built into the vehicle and can accept power from different sources such as public charging stations, wall-mounted chargers, and portable chargers. The charging time varies depending on the capacity of the onboard charger and the battery.


The inverter converts DC power from the battery into AC power that can be used by the electric motor. They are a key component in electric vehicles, as they regulate the voltage and frequency of the electrical power supplied to the motor. Inverters can be controlled by software, allowing for precise control of the motor speed and torque.

Regenerative braking system

The regenerative braking system captures the kinetic energy generated during braking and converts it into electrical energy that can be stored in the battery. This improves the overall efficiency of the vehicle and reduces energy wastage. The system consists of several components such as sensors, controllers, and an energy storage system. The regenerative braking system also extends the range of the electric vehicle, as it reduces the amount of energy required from the battery.


Electric Vehicles jobs

Project timeline

Phase 1

Initiative & feasibility

In this phase, the project team will conduct a preliminary analysis of the feasibility of the project, evaluate the technical requirements, economic viability, and regulatory aspects of the project, and identify potential challenges and risks.

Phase 1
Phase 2

Design & planning

In this phase, the project team will develop a comprehensive plan for the project, including the system architecture, software and hardware specifications, design parameters, project schedule, and cost estimates.

Phase 2
Phase 3

Engineering & tendering

In this phase, the project team will develop detailed engineering plans, drawings, and specifications, prepare procurement and bidding documents, and solicit bids from potential contractors and suppliers.

Phase 3
Phase 4


In this phase, the project team will oversee the physical construction of the project, including the installation and integration of electrical vehicle charging infrastructure, software and hardware systems, and related equipment.

Phase 4
Phase 5


In this phase, the project team will test and commission the installed systems and equipment to ensure they meet the project specifications and requirements, and are operating safely and efficiently.

Phase 5
Phase 6

Operations & maintenance

In this phase, the project team will manage the ongoing operation and maintenance of the electrical vehicle charging infrastructure, software and hardware systems, and related equipment, including routine maintenance, repairs, and upgrades as needed.

Phase 6


Company roles


The government plays a critical role in promoting the transition to electric vehicles, by providing incentives and subsidies for manufacturers and customers, investing in charging infrastructure, and setting regulations and standards. In this project, the government is responsible for providing regulatory support, funding, and incentives to promote the development and production of electric vehicles.


The client in this project is the car manufacturer, who is responsible for designing, engineering, and producing the electric vehicle. The client works closely with the consultant and contractor teams to ensure that the project meets the design specifications, quality standards, and cost targets.


The consultant team provides technical expertise and project management support to the client, including market research, vehicle design, battery technology, supply chain management, and logistics. The consultant team works closely with the client and contractor teams to ensure that the project is executed efficiently and effectively.


The contractor team is responsible for the construction of the electric vehicle plant, battery plant, and charging infrastructure. The contractor team works closely with the client and consultant teams to ensure that the project is executed to the highest standards of safety, quality, and cost-effectiveness.


The supplier team is responsible for providing various components of the electric vehicle, battery, and charging infrastructure, including the battery cells, electric motors, power electronics, charging stations, and cables. The supplier team works closely with the client, consultant, and contractor teams to ensure that the components meet the design specifications, quality standards, and cost targets.