power electronics designer in london

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On behalf of our client in London Ontario we are recruiting for Power Electronics Designer for a permanent opportunity in a busy Manufacturing environment.

Required Qualifications:

• Bachelor or Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent education plus experience
• 5+ years’ experience AC/DC power supply and/or electronic ballast, component-level design, application of micro-controllers and digital controls in power electronics
• Solid understanding of AC/DC and DC/DC power conversion topologies and control methods from <10W to >1KW
• Skilled at selection, application and custom design of magnetic devices
• Knowledge of design for safety and EMC requirements
• Experienced in PC based CAD: schematic capture and printed circuit board design
• Knowledge in reliability prediction and testing of power electronics
• Effective written and verbal communications skills

The primary responsibilities for this role include but are not limited to:
• Design of lamp drivers (electronic ballasts) for ultraviolet lamps, collaborating with a senior design specialist
• Power circuit design: analysis, selection and application of conversion topologies and control circuits
• Conduct and support laboratory prototyping and testing of lamp drivers
• Design and develop products according to safety agency and EMC requirements
• Provide assistance and input to mechanical packaging and design for lamp drivers
• Conduct and support thermal design, analysis and testing
• Complete reliability predictions for drivers
• Create and maintain documentation including schematic, bills of materials, drawings to support prototyping and volume manufacturing
• Support full development cycle from concept through volume manufacturing

Please apply online to randstad.ca

If you have questions about this role feel free to call or email;
Dawn Urbanowicz

Randstad Professionals Canada
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