Fuel Cell Engineers


Design, evaluate, modify, or construct fuel cell components or systems for transportation, stationary, or portable applications.

Core Skill Levels Required:
  • Reading Comprehension: 4.62
  • Critical Thinking: 4.12
  • Systems Evaluation: 4
  • Writing: 4
  • Active Listening: 4
  • Systems Analysis: 4
  • Mathematics: 3.88
  • Science: 3.88
  • Judgment and Decision Making: 3.88
  • Monitoring: 3.75
  • Active Learning: 3.75
  • Speaking: 3.75
  • Operation Monitoring: 3.5
  • Time Management: 3.5
  • Complex Problem Solving: 3.5
  • Instructing: 3.25
  • Technology Design: 3.25
Supplemental Skill Levels Required:
  • Quality Control Analysis: 3.12
  • Troubleshooting: 3.12
  • Operations Analysis: 3.12
  • Persuasion: 3.12
  • Coordination: 3.12
  • Social Perceptiveness: 3.12
  • Learning Strategies: 3.12
  • Management of Personnel Resources: 3.12
  • Operation and Control: 2.88
  • Service Orientation: 2.88
  • Negotiation: 2.88
  • Management of Material Resources: 2.88
  • Repairing: 2.75
  • Equipment Selection: 2.5
  • Equipment Maintenance: 2.25
  • Programming: 2
  • Management of Financial Resources: 1.88
  • Installation: 0.88
  • Write technical reports or proposals related to engineering projects.
  • Read current literature, attend meetings or conferences, or talk with colleagues to stay abreast of new technology or competitive products.
  • Validate design of fuel cells, fuel cell components, or fuel cell systems.
  • Simulate or model fuel cell, motor, or other system information, using simulation software programs.
  • Recommend or implement changes to fuel cell system designs.
  • Provide technical consultation or direction related to the development or production of fuel cell systems.
  • Plan or conduct experiments to validate new materials, optimize startup protocols, reduce conditioning time, or examine contaminant tolerance.
  • Fabricate prototypes of fuel cell components, assemblies, stacks, or systems.
  • Develop fuel cell materials or fuel cell test equipment.
  • Conduct post-service or failure analyses, using electromechanical diagnostic principles or procedures.
  • Design or implement fuel cell testing or development programs.
  • Characterize component or fuel cell performances by generating operating maps, defining operating conditions, identifying design refinements, or executing durability assessments.
  • Calculate the efficiency or power output of a fuel cell system or process.
  • Analyze fuel cell or related test data, using statistical software.
  • Design fuel cell systems, subsystems, stacks, assemblies, or components, such as electric traction motors or power electronics.
  • Prepare test stations, instrumentation, or data acquisition systems for use in specific tests of fuel cell components or systems.
  • Plan or implement fuel cell cost reduction or product improvement projects in collaboration with other engineers, suppliers, support personnel, or customers.
  • Conduct fuel cell testing projects, using fuel cell test stations, analytical instruments, or electrochemical diagnostics, such as cyclic voltammetry or impedance spectroscopy.
  • Define specifications for fuel cell materials.
  • Develop or evaluate systems or methods of hydrogen storage for fuel cell applications.
  • Evaluate the power output, system cost, or environmental impact of new hydrogen or non-hydrogen fuel cell system designs.

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