Manufacturing Engineering Intern [Available Now]

  • Intern

Company Description

We are an ally for the grid, the people and the planet. Our battery energy storage makes energy more affordable, cleaner and accessible for everyone so that every factory, business and home to reduce their energy bills by up to 50% while providing flexibility to the grid to lower costs and accelerate decarbonisation.

Our first system, the Allye Max, is an innovative 320kWh mobile energy storage system using repurposed electric vehicle batteries. It is two-times cheaper and has 60% lower embedded CO2 than other similar systems. Our teams are developing the hardware and software solutions to transform our energy is managed at the grid-edge.

Following successful testing, pilots with major companies and further engineering development, the Max is now ready for series production. Due to our rapid growth, the team at Allye is expanding in multiple areas, increasing the depth and strength of our team of energy hustlers.

We are united by the shared values of freedom, autonomy and purpose. Allye is a company where you are empowered and respected as part of an inclusive and transparent culture that values all contributions as we collectively generate a positive impact for society and our planet.

Job Description

10-12 weeks with a start date in January 2024 or June 2024 depending on availability

Paid internship

Are you studying engineering and completed your second year with a passion for manufacturing? Ideally you have had a previous internship, year in industry or work experience in a production setting. Are you deeply intrigued by the intricacies of design and assembly? If you aspire to become a manufacturing or process engineer in one of the most exciting and rapidly growing industries and would thrive in a fast-paced startup environment and we want to hear from you!

This is a unique opportunity to join a fast-growing London based start-up that is creating an all-new range of battery storage systems for both commercial and consumer markets.

This 12 week internship will give you a unique opportunity to join us at the beginning of our journey, a business where you can contribute, grow and be a success. If successful you will have the option to convert into a full time role.

You will be based at our West London, South Ruislip HQ.


  • Assist in assembling prototype energy storage systems with a focus on mechanical and electrical components.
  • Ensure production targets are met with a strong emphasis on quality and cost.
  • Research the most suitable systems for supply chain and ERP systems and present the best solutions to take forward.
  • Visit manufacturing facilities to evaluate for a new production site.
  • Visit established manufacturing facilities across the UK to evaluate production methods, systems and techniques.
  • Facilitate the design of factory production and workstation layouts.
  • Assist in maintaining and creating work instructions and engineering drawings for production.
  • Facilitate the strengthening of supply chain and supplier relationships, including the expansion of new suppliers for production.
  • Contribute to the data analysis of battery packs from UK breakers.
  • Support manual fabrication and modification of components using workshop equipment.
  • Support quality standards with a variety of quality management techniques to  improve processes.
  • Contribute insights from battery builds to develop build processes and work instructions for the team, driving design and manufacturing efficiency.
  • Control health and safety requirements for workstations, including managing training and maintenance.
  • Help create HV battery prototype build procedures based on safe systems of work (SSOW).
  • Contribute to the continuous improvement of production and business processes, including lean manufacturing methodologies.
  • Manage resources, equipment, tools, parts availability, and consumables.
  • Generate parts and material requirements lists for procurement activities.
  • Produce maintenance schedules, monitor equipment uptime, and ensure daily checks are conducted.
  • Participate in problem-solving activities, assisting in the analysis and resolution of issues.



  • A least completed 2nd year studying mechanical, manufacturing or automotive engineering
  • Ability to work proactively with minimal support using a logical approach in an environment with minimal documented processes.
  • Must be self-motivated and an effective team player.
  • Eligible to work in the UK.


  • Prior manufacturing work experience 
  • A basic understanding of High Voltage vehicle systems and safety.
  • Experience working with electrical and mechanical EV components.
  • Experience in a Formula student team
  • CAD skills (SolidWorks preferred).

We believe that diversity drives innovation. Be a part of our journey to revolutionise the energy storage industry by introducing more sustainable and superior products to the market.

Additional Information

We believe that diversity drives innovation. Be a part of our journey to revolutionise the energy storage industry by introducing more sustainable and superior products to the market.


Please note that at this time we are unable to provide UK visa sponsorship

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