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Power Electronics Engineer - Florence, SC

Company Name:
Cynet Systems
We are looking for Power
electronics
Engineer for our client in Florence, SC

JOB TITLE: Power Electronics Engineer

JOB LOCATION: Florence, SC

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Design of electronic power sources for use in plasma cutting and associated processes,particularly high frequency transformers, high speed switching circuits, AC DC inverter powerconverters, and associated controls.
Design, assemble and test prototype circuits, printed circuit boards and equipment from schematics, marked prints or sketches.
Troubleshoot circuits, printed circuit boards and equipment.
Create circuit board and system schematics using ORCAD, PCB layout is desirable.
Evaluate equipment through testing to the required standards and specifications (IEC, CSA,CE).
Ensure that the equipment conforms to standards so that it may be certified as such.
Support the preparation of reports and documentation for product certification from test data.
Innovate solutions to equipment problems through laboratory work and testing.
Supervise and train junior technicians.
Contact vendors for new components, technical data and technical assistance.
Work independently with minimum supervision.
Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical
engineering
, or equivalent training and work experience, with emphasis on Power Electronics and high frequency power converters.
Five years work experience in design of electronic power sources up to 15kW.
Knowledge and experience in current state of the art analog and digital circuitry, circuitanalysis and basic circuit design.
Schematic Capture experience, ORCAD preferred. PC board layout experience is desirable.
Willing to obtain additional training to stay current with changing technology as related to the position
Experience with modern
computer
operating systems and software packages.
Display good verbal and written communication skills
Skilled in the use of laboratory instruments and hand tools
Knowledge and experience inplasma cutting power sources andprocesses is desirable.

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