Bitterfeld-Wolfen

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Your challenge:

As a market leader it is our goal to offer products that make photovoltaics a reliable, affordable and sustainable energy solution. You work in a dynamic and motivated international team on developing innovative, industry leading products with a service life of several decades. Your task is to analyze our products in outdoor tests and to plan and realize new outdoor test systems for various prototypes.

 Your responsibilities:Your qualifications:
  • You design, plan and realize test systems for prototypes on our test fields.
  • You analyze and model the energy yield behavior of our products and derive improvement potentials.
  • You develop concepts for and realize reference systems and test fields in different climate regions around the world and contribute with your results to the development of new products as well as product marketing.
  • You successfully completed a degree in science or engineering, a doctorate is an advantage.
  • You have specialized knowledge of PV systems or energy yield analysis and outdoor testing and ideally were able to gain experiences on the job in an international team.
  • You work in an analytical, structured and target-oriented manner. Being a good team player and good organizational skills are your strengths, too.
  • You have advanced knowledge in yield simulation and are familiar with the commonly used programs (PVSYST, PVSOL).
  • You are proficient in the analysis of large sets of data (e.g. SQL, Jump, Python) and are confident in MS Office.
  • Furthermore you can communicate in German and English fluently, enabling you to work in an international team.
  • You are prepared to travel to our global production sites.
 

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