Welcome back to the latest E-Mobility Search newsletter – “E-Levate,” where you’ll find regular advice to improve organisational approaches to talent-hunting, individual approaches to career development, plus sector news, sundry bad gags and more.

April’s edition coincides with Easter, Eid, and Earth Day. Quite fitting for a newsletter celebrating the emerging technology sector to join in rejoicing at new life, revitalised energies, and our beloved planet.

As our key business clients renew their search for better performing, more efficient, greener tech, and our talented candidates continue leading the way with their vital skills and experience, E-Mobility Search remain passionately committed to the cause.

Let’s work together to help make your career objectives come alive and/or inject some critical new talent into a vital position for your business.

Read on, empower yourself, and prosper.

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If you’re reading this newsletter, you probably agree that EVs are the future of the automotive industry, with more and more people choosing to go green and opt for electric over ICE vehicles.

However, while one brand is often seen as leading the EV revolution, E-Mobility Search would like to today give a round of applause for the ever-growing legion of EV start-ups. That’s right, a new wave is emerging, increasing innovation in terms of technology and broadening consumer choice in terms of car design, price points, and brand approach.

Headlines have been made as these brands reveal their exhilarating new electric pick-up trucks, off-roaders, SUVs, and luxury models to the world’s press, sometimes earning rave reviews for performance and features.

As these confident, bold, dynamic new players continue to grow and disrupt the automotive industry, it’s worthwhile for talented individuals in our sector to keep an eye on their future plans. Be ready, as your future paths could align to
mutual benefit.

Similarly, wise eyes should be pointed at South Korea with recent news that their government and the country’s top battery companies will jointly invest $15.1 billion to develop advanced batteries, including solid-state.

The East Asian nation is home to three of the biggest EV battery makers, collectively controlling a quarter of the global market, supplying many major automakers. Korea’s government say the firms will build domestic pilot production plants that will serve as their product and manufacturing innovation and testing centres, prior to launching mass production from overseas.

Regular readers will be aware of the excitement with which E-Mobility Search greets news of significant solid state battery investment. The technology is a holy grail for commercial automakers, promising superior energy densities, faster charging, longer cycle life and lower fire risks than current tech.

To keep abreast of this and many other fascinating developments in the emerging technology sector, keep it locked to E-Mobility Search and our newsletter – E-Levate!

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We kick off this report by saying a huge well done to Ezra, our highly regarded friend and colleague who took March’s employee of the month award. Ezra can be contacted on ezra@e-mobilitysearch.com for any of your recruitment needs.

As usual, we urge talented emerging technologists to check our current vacancies by clicking the button below.

Ezra is overseeing placement for several rewarding, enticing new roles for some of our key business clients, including:

  • Operations Manager – China
  • Systems Engineer – Indiana, US
  • Mechanical Design Engineer (Battery Pack) – Indiana, US
  • Senior Process Engineer – Boston, US
  • Technical Program Manager – Boston, US


View our full list of current vacancies at the link above including all those outside of engineering or contact us directly with your CV today to see what we can do for you.

For individual career change support within the emerging technology sector, or if your business is in need of reliable fresh talent recruitment, contact us. Ezra and the rest of our in-demand, proactive team of innovators are waiting, ready to meet and assist you. Delay no further – let’s talk.

prizewinning pragmatism

Looking for a new job in your current field or stepping outside of it to advance can be a tough and sometimes daunting task. It’s easy to get disheartened along the way, especially if you’re navigating countless job postings, networking events, and application processes without expert assistance (contact us – too subtle?). One philosophy which can bestow your career with forward motion is pragmatism.

When it comes to job searching and career advancement, being pragmatic can be incredibly advantageous. It does not mean you accept anything and have no filters or standards. It is about focusing on what’s important to you, being practical and realistic, learning works and what doesn’t, rather than getting lost in theories and abstract ideas.

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It’s easy to get caught up in rigid ideas about your career path. However, by taking time to properly evaluate a given role or company, you can ensure that more often than not, you’re targeting the positions which best fit you. Researching a company’s values, goals and culture, as well as the responsibilities and requirements of the role, all helps. By doing this, you’ll make more informed decisions and avoid wasting time on unsuitable roles.

Rather than applying for every job that catches your eye, you can work strategically, focusing your efforts on the roles that align with your skills and experience. This means tailoring your resume and cover letter to the specific job, highlighting the skills and experiences that are most relevant. By doing this, you’ll increase your chances of getting noticed by talent-spotters and recruiters.

It should come as no surprise that being open to feedback and continuous learning also forms part of this approach. It’s important to remember that job searching, and career advancement are ongoing processes, and there’s always room for improvement. By seeking feedback from recruitment experts, colleagues, and mentors, you can identify areas for growth and develop the skills necessary to succeed in your chosen field.

When ready, use our contact us page to send us a message, call or write to us (and a copy of your CV is always welcome!). Let’s talk about how E-Mobility Search can help you realise your potential this year.

See you after the bank holiday...

That completes another issue full of EV sector news and recruitment stage-managing. Fear not though, as we head to the first bank holiday weekend in May, we’ll be speaking again very soon (possibly a little hungover).

Make sure you keep an eye out for the next issue of the E-Levate newsletter. We’ll bring you more of everything, even the bad puns but more importantly, valuable, considered advice to help you or your business thrive in our highly competitive sector.

Thanks for reading, keep doing what you all do best, and we’ll see you next month!

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