We are proud of the family feel and personal approach here at AESC UK. In every corner of our plant you will find individuals and teams of specialists, ready to support each other and work towards the common goal of serving our customer.
Our employees are always prepared to look at challenges in new ways, ready to test themselves and get the job done. With an ongoing commitment to our future as a world-leading battery manufacturer, we are able to offer a stable, innovative and growing culture in return.
A comprehensive benefits package awaits any employee of AESC. We believe in rewarding hard work and recognising success and dedication in our teams.
We are committed to accelerating the transition to sustainable transportation by developing the world’s safest and smartest electric vehicle batteries, right here in the UK.
A UK leading producer of lithium-ion batteries, we make electrode cells, modules and packs for both automotive and non-automotive customers.
Our plant is central to everything we do at AESC UK. It’s here that our world-leading, innovative battery solutions come to life.
Among our plants and offices is an air of excitement at what is to come. At the pinnacle of the EV market, we are positioned to grow rapidly over the coming years, in an industry paved with innovation and opportunities. Our strength is in our people and we are building teams of experts right here in Sunderland, who will each play a pivotal role in the growth of vehicle electrification and a more sustainable future.
Our unrivalled technical team includes over a decade of knowledge in lithium-ion battery production. World-leading expertise in engineering, maintenance, QA and support functions enables us to remain at the forefront of the electrification evolution, as the only mass-producing battery plant in the UK.
With employee progression bridging schemes, exciting graduate & placement programmes, and rewarding apprenticeship schemes, we have a culture with learning and development at its heart. External and internal training are regularly implemented for all of our employees, with something new to learn every day.
Rhys originally started in Production but took the step to move into Maintenance through the Bridging Technician Scheme, where he will receive a formal qualification at the end of the programme. He is looking forward to learning and growing in his role through continued college and on-the-job training.