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Controls & Power Electronics Engineer

  • Location:

    London

  • Sector:

    Engineering, Embedded Software and Electronics

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £50000 - £65000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Oliver Bainbridge

  • Contact email:

    obainbridge@pg-rec.com

  • Contact phone:

    +44 (0) 207 247 5747

  • Job ref:

    V-131716

  • Published:

    12 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-11-10

  • Startdate:

    2021-10-10

Control & Power Electronics Engineer – London - £50,000 - £65,000 pa
 
An up-and-coming clean tech start up are looking for a Control & Power Electronics Engineer to kick off their next recruitment drive. After some successful funding rounds and landing some big projects, they are looking to massively increase their engineering team to help move from prototype to customer demonstration and then to production.
 
Key Responsibilities:
  • Lead the development of the control, instrumentation and power electronics systems.
  • Work closely with Testing team to develop and maintain the full test program.
  • Develop and maintain engineering design documentation.
 
Key Skills/Experience:
  • Degree in Electronic/Electrical Engineering or another relevant discipline
  • Power Electronics (DC-DC Converters/SMPS)
  • CAN bus
  • Automotive Systems
  • Control Theory
  • Simulink
If you are interested in the position and think you have the skills required as a Control & Power Electronics Engineer, please don’t hesitate to apply.
 
Any questions, contact Oliver Bainbridge at obainbridge@pg-rec.com or call 01189 028 800
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