DERlab is a dynamic network of around 40 premier laboratories and research institutes at the forefront of developing distributed energy resources (DER) equipment and systems. Together, we shape the future by setting the standards and quality benchmarks for DER connection and operation. Our collaborative efforts drive the relentless innovation and progress of DER technologies, ensuring a sustainable energy landscape.

For our office in Kassel, we are looking for a full-time or part-time position:

Research Engineer Smart Grids (m/f/d)

Step into the forefront of innovation with a role that drives the future of smart grids. Your tasks will include:

  • Develop cutting-edge solutions for the integration of distributed energy resources and grid control.
  • Contribute to pre-standardization efforts, shaping grid codes and connection guidelines.
  • Organize and moderate inspiring scientific workshops that foster the exchange of groundbreaking ideas.
  • Coordinate and participate in our innovative research projects.
  • Forge international connections with top research institutes, leading manufacturers, and grid operators.

Seize the opportunity to be a key player in the evolution of energy systems and join a dynamic, international team dedicated to making a lasting impact!

  • University degree (MSc) in electrical engineering or similar, preferably with previous experience in the field of smart grids and grid integration of renewable energy resources
  • Strong organizational skills preferably experience with project management,
  • Interest in organizing and moderating technical networking events
  • Strong communication skills in English
  • Communication skills in German would be a plus

DERlab offers a creative international work environment in a highly motivated team. We offer you professional development opportunities including to expand your personal professional network. The remuneration offered is according to the German TVöD Bund. The position is initially limited to two years with the possibility for extension.