Support Engineer DC (Leognan, FR)


About EVBox Bordeaux

We are the global leader in charging infrastructure for electric vehicles and cloud charging management platforms. With more than 60,000 charging points installed worldwide, including 700 fast chargers, in 45 countries, EVBox drives sustainable mobility by offering reliable charging solutions around the world.

In 2017, we were acquired by ENGIE, a global energy and services group, which saw us as one of the most disruptive companies in the field of green technologies, able to stand out in the field of electric mobility. In 2018, we acquired the Bordeaux manufacturer of ultra-fast charging stations, EVTronic, adding 700 fast charging stations to our European network.


Accompanies service partners in their skills development, carries out commissioning, analysis, correction and after-sales support operations on the DC / HPC product range and contributes to customer satisfaction through improvement of the quality of service.

Technical Support

  • Ensures and leads the follow-up of interventions, dysfunction analyzes and other level 3 support actions on which it is called, on the range of DC products (including HPC) installed in Europe (incl. UK)
  • Performs in-depth product reviews, remotely or on-site (Europe)
  • Accompany and provide support to serivce partners and general technical support engineers (local to each EVBox office)
  • Oversees the installation and commissioning of pre-series, as well as the first major projects
  • Creates and animates a shared database, to share experience and good practices
  • Contributes to the implementation of the service's documentation and to the improvement of its operation
  • Customer satisfaction, through a maximum rate of availability of charging stations
  • Resolution of the proposed technical problems in coherence with the temporal objectives of the service

Quality of service and commercial development

  • Ensures the recovery of non-conformities of the product (technical, functional) and the characterization of bugs, from the commissioning of the product
  • Interacts with the DC development team to take into account nonconformities and bugs
  • Provides recommendations and other concrete ideas for progress on product / process improvement DC
  • Contributes to the qualification and acceptance of new DC products and / or DC product developments
  • Supports European Country Directors and their teams in deploying DC Service
  • Improving the quality of DC products
  • Indirectly increase in sales


  • Master's degree or engineering degree based on a technical basis, or professional experience providing equivalence, with a dominant in electrical engineering, power electronics, programming knowledge, mechanical and hydraulic are a plus
  • 3 years experience in technical support or product development, preferably in industry
  • In-depth knowledge of the electric vehicle sector or willingness to acquire it
  • Very good knowledge in electronics (embedded), software development and IP communication
  • Understanding of product development processes and manufacturing processes
  • Successful experience in the automotive, sustainable transportation or energy sector is an advantage
  • Effective in both time and quality in problem solving
  • Very good oral and written skills in English and French
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, customer focus
  • Organized, methodical
  • Quiet and patient
  • Willing to travel frequently in Europe

Please note: the original job description is French

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