Kokomo is known as “The City of Firsts” and the project is expected to add another notch to that reputation when it opens in 2025. It will be the first electric vehicle battery manufacturing plant in North America, a joint venture between Stellantis and Samsung SDI.
The 2.4 million-square-foot facility will produce lithium-ion batteries to power the next generation of plug-in electric vehicles. The city’s plan commission has approved the development plan for the project, allowing construction to begin.
Star Plus Energy is currently looking for talented Process Engineers to drive the development and enhancement of the EV battery production process. Senior Process Engineers will work closely with multiple teams to monitor, optimize, and implement new processes, procedures, equipment, and technologies in order to improve quality and productivity of the EV battery production line.
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The company is looking for Senior Process Engineers to develop and enhance the EV battery production process, with a focus on safety and sustainability. The job will require you to monitor, analyze, and implement new processes, procedures, and equipment as needed.
The 2.4 million square foot plant will produce lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles. The city of Kokomo has already approved the development plan and variances necessary to begin construction. The company has yet to announce a start date, but said it expects to open the plant by 2025.
IU Bloomington is helping by offering Korean language classes for employees. It will also partner with Kokomo to educate residents on everyday Korean culture. Kim says the city of Kokomo wants to be ready for the cultural shift that will come with the addition of 1,400 workers. Star Plus Energy