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We have an immediate exciting opportunity for an experienced Power Systems Engineer with Clare based multinational client who specialise in the design and manufacture of standard and custom power conversion products for high reliability applications. Clients primary market is in flight critical commercial aviation systems and other high reliability applications such as Space systems.
Main Duties & Responsibilities:
¿ Define new technology roadmaps for future SPM power systems.
¿ Design electrical motor Power Drive Electronics (PDE) systems; understanding and considering sources, loads and standard space and aviation electrical power quality.
¿ Simulate the electrical behaviour of the power drive electronics system.
¿ Design and implement electrical motor power drive electronics.
¿ Calculate the power losses in a PDE.
¿ Evaluate, design and implement the most appropriate power conversion topology to meet the application requirements.
¿ Analyse requirements for proposals, develop winning solution concepts and present results in a clear and convincing style in technical sections of proposals.
¿ Design to cost.
¿ Follow the V-diagram of a system development.
Requirements / Essential Skills / Attributes:
* Electrical or Electronic Engineering degree required. MSc. or MEng. is preferable.* MBA or equivalent desirable. ?
* Minimum of 15 years’ experience in high reliability power electronics environment, preferably in space or aviation applications.
* Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite and electrical design analysis software.
* Must possess a record of achievement in power supply product development.
* Strong experience in Space and / or Aviation power distribution system design preferable.
* Must possess proven ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
* Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. ?