Power Supply Design Engineer

Recruiter
Armstrong Evans
Location
Chipping Ongar
Salary
30000.0000
Posted
11 Feb 2017
Closes
11 Mar 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our expert client, a specialist manufacturer of switch mode power supplies are recruiting for a specialist Power Supply Designer to join their busy R&D department in Essex. The role offers up excellent employment benefits and scope for progression, whilst also providing the opportunity to work in a challenging environment where you will be challenged and given the opportunity to further your career and put your own stamp on the department. There has never been a better time to join this client as they are undergoing expansion, moving into larger modern premises this year.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the full life cycle of the company's processes, from initial proposal and design to production and continuous product support post production

You will work as part of a team, closely with Mechanical Engineers and Technicians overseeing testing including EMC, Thermal and SVT as well as costings. You will assist in analogue and digital design.

Ideally you should have a background with the full design cycle experience, preferably in a production environment where you have had products released for manufacture. You are also expected to have knowledge of PFC Circuits, EMC Issues, Transformer Design and Component selection.

If you have experience of digital circuits, a good knowledge of dsPIC that would be highly beneficial, although not completely essential as the role can be catered around the right individual should you have enough of the other skills listed.

In return for a skilled professional our client are willing to offer a highly competitive basic salary along with the opportunity to earn an annual performance bonus worth a percentage of the salary.

On offer is an excellent working environment within a small and friendly R&D Department where up to 7 new products will be in production at any given time.

The position is on a basis of a 37.5 hour week, with 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, you will be subject to a three month probationary period. Also on offer is private healthcare and a stakeholder pension.