A career at H2-Industries

As an innovative technology company, we are looking for experts who would like to reinforce our worldwide Energy Storage Solution team.

Application

If you are interested in one of our job vacancies, please check if you have answered and included the following:

  • Why are you interested in H2-Industries and the respective position?
  • What expectations do you have for your new job?
  • Why do you think we should decide to employ you?
  • What skills and strengths make you particularly suitable for this position?

 

Your application should include the following:

  • A cover letter, which outlines your interest for your specialist field
  • A CV with your education and job history, plus any additional qualifications
  • Copies of the relevant documents (school, training courses, university, jobs, internships, additional qualifications)
  • A picture is required, otherwise we cannot accept your application
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Please send your application to:

H2-Industries SE
Theresienhöhe 30
D-80339 Munich
Germany

TITLE: FUNKTIONAL AREA: LOCATION:
Automation Technician (M/F) Plant automation Hamburg, Germany
Precision mechanic / mechatronics engineer (M/F) Development Hamburg, Germany

Area: Plant automation

H2-Industries develops innovative, effective and environmentally friendly LOHC energy storage solutions. The company was founded in 2010 by entrepreneur Dipl.-Ing. Michael Stusch and is headquartered in Munich. Research, development and production are based in Hamburg.

H2-Industries’ products make it possible to produce hydrogen using any (renewable) source of electricity and store it chemically and safely at ambient pressure and temperature in the oil-like liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC). LOHC-bound hydrogen can be easily transported and released again when needed. LOHC technology makes it possible to store large amounts (up to several terawatt hours) of electricity safely and cheaply for the first time. This allows H2-Industries to make renewable energy available anywhere, 24/7.

The aim of H2-Industries is to industrialise LOHC technology, thus establishing hydrogen as a safe energy source for the future.

Location: Hamburg

Technical requirements:

  • Automation technology
  • CODESYS programming
  • Electrical wiring in automation
  • Apparatus construction
  • Sound knowledge of standards and rules in automation technology

Tasks/responsibilities:

  • Manage automation tasks
  • Create plant control software
  • Perform the aforementioned tasks
  • Manage production tasks
  • Select subcontractors
  • Manage awarding of contracts
  • Purchase important components
  • Regularly review the budget and the schedule

Management responsibility:

  • none

Personal requirements:

  • Work in interdisciplinary teams
  • Work independently
  • Be open to new technologies
  • Find creative solutions
  • Be prepared to travel
  • Be open to international projects

Training:

  • Engineer
  • Technician
  • Mechatronics Engineer with professional experience in a laboratory environment

Professional experience:

  • At least five years in automation technology

Soft skills:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Empathy

Languages:

  • English
  • German

Additional skills/qualifications:

  • MS Office
  • CODESYS
  • Programming languages

Area: Development

H2-Industries develops innovative, effective and environmentally friendly LOHC energy storage solutions. The company was founded in 2010 by entrepreneur and graduate engineer Michael Stusch and is headquartered in Munich. Research, development and production are based in Hamburg.

H2-Industries’ products make it possible to produce hydrogen using any (renewable) source of electricity and store it chemically and safely at ambient pressure and temperature in the oil-like liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC). LOHC-bound hydrogen can be easily transported and released again when needed. LOHC technology enables large amounts (up to several terawatt hours) of electricity to be stored safely and cheaply for the first time. This allows H2-Industries to make renewable energy available anywhere and at any time.

The aim of H2-Industries is to industrialise LOHC technology, thus establishing hydrogen as a safe energy source for the future.

Location: Hamburg

Technical requirements:

  • You have trained as a mechatronics engineer or electronics technician
  • You are able to supplement this foundation with sound experience in systems engineering and electrical technology
  • You are also familiar with Siemens S5/S7 PLC control as well as MS Office
  • You are highly proficient in both written and spoken German
  • Ability to work in a team and reliability
  • Organisational skills and communication aptitude
  • High sense of responsibility and commitment
  • Excellent knowledge of English
  • High degree of flexibility

Tasks/responsibilities:

  • Analysis and independent rectification of (mechanical, pneumatic, electrical and electronic) error sources
  • Setup, testing and commissioning as well as optimisation of systems and machines
  • Performance of regular maintenance work including cleaning as per maintenance and inspection schedules
  • Repair and retrofitting tasks
  • Qualified instruction, briefing and training of operating personnel
  • Active involvement in the commissioning of new systems
  • Mechanical and electronic component assembly
  • Wiring and piping as per circuit and pneumatic diagram
  • Cooperation with colleagues from design and development
  • Setting up mechatronic measuring, control, regulation and
  • monitoring equipment
  • Independent and on-schedule preparation of experimental setups

Management responsibility:

  • None

Personal requirements:

  • Work in interdisciplinary teams
  • Independent work
  • Openness to new technologies
  • Creativity in finding solutions
  • Willingness to travel
  • Openness to international projects

Training:

  • Training as a mechatronics engineer or electronics technician

Professional experience:

  • At least three years in systems engineering or electrical technology

Soft skills:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to lead small teams
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Empathy

Languages:

  • English
  • German

Additional skills/qualifications:

  • MS Office
  • CODESYS