Job title: Power Electronics Engineer
Purpose of the job: to provide TTPi with the necessary support in power electronics to develop new products and service existing research programmes.
Location: Ingenuity Centre, The University of Nottingham Innovation Park
Closing date: Thursday 27th August 2020, 5pm
Reporting to : TTPi directors
Salary: £40-45k pa entry salary pro-rata depending on experience
Accountable for the following day to day tasks:
- Perform engineering and development tasks necessary for completion of the relevant project of product design flow
- Report activities and technical issues to the directors and operations manager
- Prepare technical reports on results and design decisions for relevant customers or funding bodies
- Interact with customers and project partners relating to the project specifications and ongoing collaboration
- Engage with necessary processes and audits to ensure quality control (ISO9001, internal)
- Represent TTPi at technical meetings, occasionally travel to trade fairs and dissemination events.
- Master in Power Electronics / electrical / electronic engineering.
- Simulation of power converters and their control.
- Fluent in IT usage (Office package).
- Experience in MATLAB/Simulink.
- Experience in programming MCU and/or DSP using C.
- Experience in PCB design and layout.
- Experience in programming FPGA’s.
- Fluent in English.
- Experience in the control and development of Matrix converters.
- PhD in related subject – Power Electronics / electrical / electronic engineering.
- VHDL, Verilog.
- Warm outgoing personality
- Enthusiastic about customers and their needs
- Willing to learn new things
- The confidence to ask questions and say “sorry I don’t know, but I know who to ask”
- Team Focus – You put the needs of the team first, before your own needs and drive to achieve the goals of the department.
- Creativity and innovation – Possessing a passion for driving continuous improvement by spotting opportunities and seeking the views of others
- Keeping Commitments – You demonstrate a can-do attitude and you drive to complete tasks and projects and report that they are completed, even when other opportunities arise which appear to be more interesting.
- Learning, Teaching and Sharing – You share what you know with others and seek to learn more from your team members.
How to apply:
Please apply with a cover letter, attaching your CV in Word or PDF formats, to [email protected] by 5pm on Thursday 27th August 2020