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Power Electronics Engineer

The Role

We have lots of interesting power electronics problems to solve and need an excellent engineer to design world class solutions. We are presently transitioning from research into design, so you will have a foot in both camps, as we simultaneously progress our future roadmap technologies and address our most urgent product design requirements and their transition to production.

Some of the things that you might be involved in include:

  • Negotiating design requirements, topology selection and cross-functional tradeoffs
  • Evaluating circuit topologies and concepts, supported by simulation where appropriate
  • Creating, reviewing and updating schematics and PCB layouts
  • Establishing test plans and conducting extensive detailed design analysis of power electronic circuits
  • Constructing test jigs and prototypes. This includes performing circuit bringup, debugging and design verification testing in our electronics lab.
  • Working with the rest of our hardware team to develop custom transducers, high-bandwidth opamp circuits, high-bandgap semiconductor switches, FET gate driver circuits and AC to DC power supplies
  • Analysing standards and designing products to meet them e.g. creepage & clearance, withstand voltages, leakage current and EMC

About You

We know from research that women and other marginalised groups tend to apply only if they feel they check every box. So take note of what we've listed below, but if you think you have what it takes and aren't sure you meet all the bullet points, we still want to hear from you

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