|Listed on:||3rd June|
|Salary/Rate:||£50,364 - £67,152|
|Contact Name:||Stuart Bennett|
Power Electronics Engineer
Do you want to work at the forefront of the automotive industry and have a passion for the development of power electronics topologies including DC-DC and AC-DC? If so, then I have an exciting role just for you.
About the role
Based near Lipstadt the Power Electronics Design Engineer will be joining a fantastic technology company that focuses on the automotive market. The hardware department at this company is rapidly growing and the successful engineer will be joining a great team, working in an exciting environment at the forefront of the automotive sector. The Power Electronics Design Engineer will be tasked to design and develop hardware modules primarily for the automotive industry.
The main responsibilities of the Senior Power Electronics Design Engineer will be: to develop DC-DC and AC-DC modules for automotive applications, technical coordination with customers, supplier and relevant departments and carry out development work on existing products. Other responsibilities include specification of tests and technical coordination with internal departments.
Requirement's for the role
The successful candidate will have a relevant degree in Electronics and have direct exposure to:
· Power conversion for low (<60v) and high voltage (>60v).
· DC-DC converter design
· Knowledge of EMC and Thermal management.
· Hardware test experience.
What's on offer
Everything you would hope for from an international player in power electronics.
- Competitive salary.
- Sports and health programs
- Company restaurants
- Company pension
- Family services, kids camps during holiday time.
If the Senior Power Electronics Engineer vacancy sounds of interest then please either apply, email ( Click here to contact this recruiter ) or call me on +44 (0) 118 976 9301.
I focus purely on the recruitment of engineers for the power electronics sector across the UK, Europe and the U.S, if you would like to an informal chat about what's happening with the industry then please get in touch.