IC Resources Ltd

Graduate Power Supply Design Engineer

Location
York
Salary
£25000.00 - £35000.00 per annum
Posted
05 Feb 2019
Closes
05 Mar 2019
Ref
JO-1902-137104
Contact
Stuart Bennett
Job Function
Design
Specialist Area
Analogue, Power Electronics
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A fantastic opportunity has become available for a Graduate Power Supply Design Engineer on a permanent basis, based in York. The Graduate Power Supply Design Engineer will be responsible for the design of High Voltage Power Supplies for a variety of applications.


You will already be well versed in Switch Mode Power Supply Design (DC-DC and DC-AC Converters) from your PhD studies, but will then on gain exposure to a wide variety of topologies, power Amplifiers and other Power Electronics related aspects.


The successful candidate will be joining a fast paced environment at a company at the forefront of new technology and will have the opportunity to progress further in their career to Senior level very quickly.


The successful applicant will have a degree in Electronics or Electrical Engineering as well as direct exposure to the following.


* PSU (Power Supply) design

* SMPS (Switch Mode Power Supply) design

* EMC


If this is something you are interested, please do not hesitate to get in contact as opportunities like these aren't around for long. Contact Stuart Bennett at IC Resources.

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