Charger Design / Power Electronics Engineer

Employer
DKMRBH Inc.
Location
Peoria, Illinois
Posted
Apr 01, 2024
Closes
Apr 08, 2024
Ref
2741887762
Discipline
Engineering, Design
Position Type
Engineer
Specialty
Electrification
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate
Roles and Responsibilities:
In this role, the candidate will be responsible for development, integration, and validation of power electronic converters for charging systems for electric vehicle applications. As part of a team, he/she will be involved in architecture development, design requirements definition, modeling, simulation, as well as testing and validation of the power electronic charger.
Job Description
Design requirements definitions and archetecture development for charging systems of electric vehicles.
Hardware development and testing of AC-DC and DC-DC power electronic converters for charger applications.
Modeling and analysis of the cicruits and controls of chargers
Testing and debugging of power electronics chargers
EMI filter design and testing/validation

Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in power electronics or electrical engineering, with more than 5 years of industry experience with power converter development.
Minimum 3 years of experience in modeling, testing, and debugging of AC-DC and DC-DC power converters.
Understanding of hardware-mechanical interface as well as hardware-software interface
Understanding of fundamental analytical equations for power inductor and transformer design
Understanding of converter controls specification and design
English communication skill, good interpersonal skills, and ability to work in a team environment.

Preferred Qualifications
Master's degree in electrical engineering with more than 3 years on industry experience in the automotive industry.
Knowledge and understanding of charging protocols
Experience with evluation/selection and testing of Si and WBG (Sic/GaN) power modules.
Experience in design and selection of power supplies and gate driver circuits, cooling mechanism, passive components, protection circuits, and sensing circuits.
Experiecne with battery emulator