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Power Electronics Research Engineer

Employer
IC Resources
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
23 Feb 2021

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Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Based in Surrey an opportunity has become available for a Power Electronics Research Engineer who is well versed in the design of Converters and Inverters (DC-DC, AC-DC, DC-AC), alongside skills in SiC and GaN.

The Power Electronics Research Engineer will have a proven background ideally from an automotive industry but other industries including traction, solar, and renewables would be considered. You will be joining a team of expert engineers who are leading the way in the field of motor drive technology and will be responsible for the full product life cycle from design to product release, primarily designing technology such as SiC, GaN, and other wide-band-gap devices.

Other tasks include:
  • SMPS, and inverter design.
  • Simulation and circuit design.
  • Writing design specifications.
  • Leading design reviews.


The Power Electronics Research Engineer will have a degree in electronics or electrical engineering with exposure in the following:
  • 10kw to 100kw inverter design.
  • Design for EMC.
  • Design for manufacture.
  • Test and evaluation.
  • Wide-band-gap devices.


Benefits

On offer is a rewarding package including life assurance, pension scheme, bonus scheme, healthcare alongside a circa £40k to £55k salary based on experience.

This role is commutable from Farnham, Woking, Winchester, Guildford, Reading, London, Portsmouth, and Basingstoke

IC Resources

If you are a Senior Power Electronics Research Engineer and are interested, please do not hesitate to get in contact as opportunities like these are not around for long. Stuart Bennett +44 (0) 118 976 9301.

I specialise in Power Electronics Engineer and Switch-mode power supply design jobs in the UK, EU and US and I am more than happy to offer any help or advice so feel free to call or email anytime for a confidential conversation.
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