Location: Bangor, Gwynedd
Salary: 40-60k + Benefits (dependant on experience)
The Client: A manufacturer of leading-edge electrical propulsion and power generation products for the Aerospace sector
My client are looking for a driven, capable and highly motivated electrical/electronic engineer to join the business.
As an electrical/electronics engineer you will have responsibility for design, justification and testing the electrical and electronic aspects of aeronautical propulsion and generation systems. The scope of this role will cover the bi-directional conversion of DC electrical power to mechanical power. You will be encouraged to explore, conduct trade studies and flight test the most efficient, power dense and innovative electrical and electronic methods to convert the power against platform performance and safety requirements to Development Assurance Level A. Strong integration will be required within the engineering disciplines and functional blocks at both system and aircraft level.
Typical activities will include designing electrical power and control systems. These are likely to be 2 and 3 level inverters incorporating wide band gap semi-conductors, gate drivers, motor and generator controllers, motor control systems, monitoring and protection controllers. These systems will integrate with electric machines, avionics, batteries, thermal engines and aircraft electrical networks.
The core skills they are looking for are typical of a good electrical/electronic engineering including:
- Embedded systems
- Analogue design
- Digital design
- Electronic testing
- Design for Safety and Reliability
- Knowledge of power electronics design
- Degree qualified as a minimum
- Chartered Engineer status (preferred)
To apply for this role please submit your latest CV or contact Aspect Resources on 0121794 8181