Motor Control Engineer

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6 months
flag_no United Kingdom
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The company are recruiting for a Electronics Design Engineer (Motor Drive Controller) who will report to the Engineer Resources Manager. As a result of continuously increasing workloads, we are seeking to recruit an electronics engineer to work on our motors between 1.5KV - 40V supply. These are high temperature applications so all electronics are qualified to 175C.

The role will consist of the following:

-Responsible for the design and commissioning of electronic solutions
-Responsible for conducting experiments and writing reports for new solutions
-Undertake technical investigations of anomalies found during device characterisation
-Implement electronic test solutions from given requirements
-Create schematics
-Oversee PCB layout
-Commission assembled boards
-Undertake technical investigations in the lab and report findings
-Complete work to deadlines or informing others when targets cannot be met
-Shares in knowledge dissemination, reporting, and communications
-Solicits input from other team members on technical issues
-Reinforces team approach throughout development activities

The preferred candidate should be qualified with a good degree in Electronic Engineering.

Required Skills:

-Able to design electronic circuits
-Able to program in C, MATLAB
-Sound understanding of microcontrollers, generic analogue and digital circuits.
-Sound understanding of BLDC/PMSM motors and control theory
-A good logical approach to solving technical challenges
-Good practical skills including the soldering of surface-mount components
-Previous experience using standard test instrumentation (DMM, oscilloscope etc,.)
-Must have had previous experience debugging electronic circuits
-Must have previous experience writing firmware for microcontrollers
-Experienced working within a team

To apply, please send your CV. You must be eligible to work in the UK.