Role - Senior Power Electronics Engineer
Location - Southampton
Type - Permanent
Salary - £50,000-£65,000
Randstad Engineering have recently partnered with a global market leader who are in a position of rapid growth within their technical teams. My clients aim is to provide consumers with a compelling range of inspiring products that drive change and currently have a wide range of new products that are due to hit the market imminently.
The role is very much a "hands-on" position and requires an engineer of high technical ability.
Requirements for the role:Highly competent in SMPS power supply design and familiar with most topologies (Buck, Boost, Flyback, LLC, Half-bridge, Full-bridge) Highly experienced in analogue and digital design, DC-AC and DC-DC systems, EMC testing and current regulations.Ability to run PCB CAD software package. Experience of managing and sourcing the rapid prototyping of PCB's, either locally or from the far east, especially during the early development phasesA good understanding of PCB and component costs.Experience in analysing performance across process, voltage and temperature variations including environmental conditioning.Knowledge of battery technologies, specifications and performance. Able to test and select batteries.Good understanding of best practice design for EMC and other safety & compliance requirements.Understands electronic assembly failure modes and can develop investigatory techniques.Excellent problem-solving skills and experience in using a variety of fault-finding techniques
Please get in touch immediately to discuss the role and benefits package in more depth.
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