Power Electronics Engineer

  • Chemin de Maillefer 61, 1052 Le Mont-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Full-time

Company Description

Based in Switzerland, Green Motion SA is a renowned and rapidly growing international company that has been pioneering the design and production of charging systems for electric vehicles since 2009. It manufactures charging stations, designs management software for charging networks, operates charging stations and serves as an electric mobility service provider. Green Motion creates breakthrough technologies, including charging stations for electric planes and onboard chargers for the automobile industry.

Green Motion SA operates its own network of charging stations under the “evpass” brand. evpass has become Switzerland’s most extensive network as well as the leading EV charging hub in Europe. The charging stations produced by Green Motion SA are entirely designed and engineered in Switzerland. Since March 2021, Green Motion is a subsidiary of Eaton. For more information, visit https://www.GreenMotionEV.com

Job Description

In our R&D team, the role aims to design & develop innovative charging system product to our customer. You will be a technical expert regarding power electronics in our products. More specifically, you will:

  • Design of AC/DC and DC/DC converters, power inverters in the range of 10 kW to 500 kW from 400V up to 1’000V
  • Define conversion topologies
  • Establish technical design of the solutions
  • Support the technical realization of prototypes and products
  • Do sizing of magnetics components
  • Establish and implement modulation and control strategies
  • Support the industrialisation and certification process for the whole range of product

Qualifications

  • University degree in the field of electronic engineering with focus on Power Electronics
  • Min. 5 years of experience in electronical engineering and in product development :
  • High interest and focus on practical experimentation, from design, test, validation up to product certification
  • Excellent knowledge of simulation tools software such as Matlab, Simulink, Plecs, Simplorer or others
  • Good knowledge of materials and / or thermal aspects
  • Excellent team spirit and organizational skills
  • Solution-oriented with an ability to work in a demanding environment and take initiative

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