As we continue to grow, we're in need of an electrical design engineer for power electronics to join our team. You'll be responsible for preparing and designing custom DC systems and motor drive systems for uninterrupted power supply. You'll be working with a team of 11 people and will be involved in all phases of customer projects including offer, sales, production, and delivery.
As an electrical design engineer, you'll be expected to:
- Take charge of customer project design, from creating offer drawings to completing final documentation.
- Participate in the ongoing development of power supply systems and provide technical support throughout the sales process.
- Possess a strong understanding of power electronics, and have a keen interest in technology.
- Collaborate well with internal and external resources in a project-based environment.
You hold a university degree or higher education in electrical design engineering, with a preference for a focus on power electronics or several years of experience as an electrical design engineer. You should have a passion for technology and development, as well as good English language skills. Swedish language skills are valued, but not mandatory. You'll need to be detail-oriented and able to work within established time frames, both independently and as part of a team.
As a electrical engineer, we offer a stimulating environment where work tasks will vary over time depending on your competence and interest as well as the possibility to be a part of projects from idea’s to launched products.
At KraftPowercon we convert electricity to secure processes in everything from supertankers to nuclear power plants or to clean flue gas in power plants. We increase reliability, which helps our customers to a safer and more efficient process. The company was founded in Sweden as early as 1935, and today our factories are also located in Sweden, China and India, with major sales offices in the USA and Mexico. The headquarter is in Gothenburg and we are about 450 people in the company. The UPS division is located in Växjö Sweden