IC Resources Ltd

Senior Power Electronics Design Engineer

€80000 - €100000 per annum
03 Oct 2018
31 Oct 2018
Stuart Bennett
Job Function
Specialist Area
Power Electronics
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Power Electronics Design Engineer - Salary €80k to €100k - Are you looking for an exciting job at the forefront of wireless power transfer, then this role might be for you! My client distributes their technology internationally and due to their continued success are looking to expand their design team with a Senior Power Electronics Design Engineer.

Based in the South of Germany the Senior Power Electronics Design Engineer will work primarily on the design of converters (DC-DC, AC-DC) for wireless power transfer in electric vehicle applications. You will be responsible for the complete product life-cycle from concept to the defined maturity of their technology, you will also be in contact with customers with regards to any design issues and be responsible for the testing and redevelopment of converter technology.

The successful candidate will have a degree in electrical or electronics engineering with exposure to the following.

- Converter design

- High power design experience

- Desirable - wireless power transfer knowledge

If this role sounds of interest then please apply with an up to date CV, contact details and a convenient time to talk.

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