Lead Power Electronics Engineer - Motor Drive
If you are an experienced Power Electronics Engineer who is looking for an exciting new career at Dyson, then this is the ideal opportunity for you. We are keen to speak to power electronics engineers with experience of design and development of motor drive systems.
There are roles at various levels so if you feel you have the right skills and experience please apply online now and one of the team at Reed will call you back.
Dyson offers a unique opportunity for talented Power Electronics Engineers in the Technical Research Team, within Dyson’s Research, Design and Development (RDD) department; based in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, U.K.
You will be part of the team designing the next generation of power electronic systems for Dyson products.
The power electronics team in Technical Research is responsible for a number of disciplines, including:
- Motor inverter hardware for motor systems that can operate in excess of 100,000rpm.
- Power supply design - DC-DC and AC-DC designs
- Battery management systems - design of Lithium-Ion battery management systems for a variety of products and cell pack structures, as well as development of new battery management system for emerging cell technologies
- Charger design
- Heater control systems and protection
Design of motor inverters and controls for brushless DC, servo and stepper motors.
Design of heater control hardware and associated protection systems.
Ensuring designs comply with relevant EMC/EMI standards and modifying design where needed to ensure this is the case.
Thermal management design of power electronics systems
Design of both mains and battery powered electronics to meet global requirements.
Skills and Experience
Minimum BEng/MEng degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering or other relevant discipline
Experience in motor inverter design and motor control, particularly brushless DC motors, servo or stepper motors
General knowledge of power electronic devices, including silicon based IGBTs, MOSFETs and wide bandgap technologies.
Understanding of device characteristics and issues with switching behaviour in real circuits, as well as power switch driver design
Knowledge and experience of using power hybrid modules and power SoC modules (e.g., drivers and power switches in one device)
Thermal management approaches for surface mount and through hole devices
SMPS and linear regulator power supply design
•27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays
•Performance related bonus
•Private medical insurance
•Free on-site parking
•Subsidised café and restaurants
•Discounts on Dyson machines