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Electrical and Electronic Engineer Power

South West England

£45000 - £55000 per annum

Permanent (Full time)

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Electrical and Electronic Engineer Power

Competitive Salary (DOE to be discussed)

Permanent

Avon

Job Description:

We have an opportunity to join a leader within aerospace, with regards to building technology to revolutionise how people fly. Aiming to make future air travel personal, ondemand and carbonfree, they are pushing technological boundaries and developing novel solutions.

This opportunity requires an Electrical and Electronic Engineer to support our vehicle and powertrain development projects, and requires strong practical skills underpinned by a robust understanding of fundamental electrical/electronic engineering theory and principles.

Responsibilities:

  • Integrating electrical and electronic systems within vehicle and powertrain projects
  • Electrical and electronic design activities for both flight ready and experimental systems
  • Supporting test activities, including design, commissioning and operation of electrical systems for test facilities
  • Analysis and interpretation of test and simulation data
  • Assisting in the manufacture and testing of prototypes, both full and part scale
  • Working closely with other internal engineering disciplines to help deliver highly integrated design solutions
  • Creating technical documentation for internal and external audiences

Basic Qualifications / Experience:

  • Bachelors Degree in Avionics, Electrical/Electronic Engineering or equivalent
  • Able to interpret, modify and create wiring diagrams and circuit schematics
  • Proficient in interpreting equipment and component datasheets to make justified selections in a systems context
  • Competent in the use of electrical/electronic test and measurement equipment
  • Strong understanding of fundamental Electrical Power Engineering principles
  • Strong practical skills with handson experience of building, commissioning and testing electrical/electronic systems
  • Thorough understanding of engineering first principles and ability to perform basic hand calculations to check designs
  • Understanding of the product development cycle
  • High level of selfdrive with the ability to work in a team, as well as autonomously

Preferred Qualifications/Experience:

  • Integration of electrical and electronic components, equipment and subsystems within a larger system
  • Use of MATLAB/Simulink for data analysis, modelling and simulation
  • Safe working with hazardous voltages, particularly DC systems above 120V
  • Competence in any of the following:
  • Control theory and control system design
  • Electrical system architecture and detailed design
  • Electronic circuit design, analysis and simulation
  • Schematic entry and PCB layout
  • 2D/3D CAD, particularly using Solidworks
  • Analysis and design of thermal management components or systems
  • Design and specification of fluid (e.g. cooling) systems to component level

Experience of any of the following:

  • AC motors, motor control and power electronics
  • Commissioning and testing of power electronics and electrical drives at multikilowatt power levels
  • Working with practical realtime control systems
  • LithiumIon batteries and battery management systems
  • Specifying and using sensors, data acquisition systems and instrumentation
  • Developing components, equipment or systems to aerospace (or similar) standards

This company is an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at the company. They do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Apply now for more details by sending your CV via the link provided and we will be in touch for a confidential discussion.

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