Hybrid Vehicle Technician
Heavy-duty hybrid and diesel buses and other vehicles are serviced, maintained, and repaired by hybrid vehicle technicians. They typically make $52,335 per year on average. The fundamental criteria for this position include inspecting, diagnosing, and fixing mechanical issues.
Urban Planner :
The construction of the infrastructure for electric vehicles is a concern for urban planners. They primarily choose the locations for the upcoming EV charging infrastructure. Because charging stations are more widely available, urban planning plays a significant role in the rise in electric vehicle ownership. On average, they make $64,744 a year.
Electrical Engineer –
Electrical EV engineers typically make $56,205 a year. By making adjustments to the motor, braking system, electronic devices, batteries, and electric lights, electrical engineers improve the design of EVs. For this position, it is essential to have conceptual clarity, an understanding of the current software in use, and problem-solving skills.
Chemical Engineer –
Chemical elements play a role in electric cars’ overall operation and efficiency. On average, they make $82,042 a year. Therefore, it is the responsibility of a chemical engineer to formulate chemical combinations and solutions that guarantee the efficiency of the EV.
Mechanical Engineer –
Mechanical engineers typically integrate the mechanical components of the EV’s automated system. Additionally, they assist with conceptualizing things like wire harnesses, engines, fuel delivery systems, pistons, and other mechanical pieces. They typically make $82,786 per year on average.