Lincoln Electric is a global manufacturer of the highest quality welding, cutting and joining solutions ranging from simple to complex. With over 120 years of service excellence, we are committed to employing talent that will support our strategy to foster innovation and a first class experience for our customers. Lincoln Electric, where the actual is limited and the possible is immense.
Req. ID: 20634
PURPOSE: The Advanced Power Electronics Engineer will participate as a team member in hardware development of high power electric vehicle ( EV) chargers. This activity will include design, development and support of all related power electronics hardware activity.
JOB DESCRIPTION (DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES):
Develop and implement new power electronics circuits to support the introduction of high power EV chargers
Manage activities related to outsourcing or resourcing power electronic assemblies
Work collaboratively with software/controls engineers to ensure successful product development
Support mechanical packaging and system design to support electrical/thermal requirements
Understand and navigate regulatory requirements to ensure designs meet required standards
Work with manufacturing engineers to establish policies and processes for building and testing high power EV chargers
Determine root cause for failed equipment
May lead functional teams or projects. Has accountability for the performance of a team within own discipline or function.
Works independently, with guidance in only the most complex situations
Is recognized as an expert in own area within the organization
Interprets internal or external issues and recommends solutions/best practices
Solves complex problems; takes a broad perspective to identify solutions
Assumes additional responsibilities as needed or directed in support of the Company's 2025 Strategy.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. Advanced degree preferred.
Design experience related to:
Three phase PFC front end AC/DC converters
DC/DC resonant converter or other soft switching topologies
EV Chargers and associated power electronic designs
Minimum 9 years' experience designing power electronic systems
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Uncompromising attitude towards safety, quality and customer service
Good written and oral communication skills, ability to clearly convey concepts and present results to others
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, protected veteran status or disability.
Lincoln Electric is a $2.5B publicly traded company (NASDAQ) with over 10,000 employees around the world. With operations in over 40 manufacturing locations in 19 countries, we are well positioned to continue this partnership and poised to grow with our customers. As a part of that continuing legacy, you will contribute to a new generation of innovation and experience the pride that comes with being part of the solution to the world's challenges. It is a great time to be part of the welding industry!
Lincoln Electric does not accept unsolicited resumes from third-party recruiters. Resumes submitted to any employee(s) of Lincoln Electric without a signed vendor agreement, by the Manager of Recruiting & Training, will become property of Lincoln Electric. Verbal or written commitments from any other member of Lincoln Electric will not be considered binding terms. Lincoln Electric will not pay a fee to any third-party recruiter that has not coordinated their recruiting activity through the Recruiting Department.
Employment Status: Salary Full-Time Function: Research & Development Section: Lincoln Cleveland (US10)
EOE, including disability/veterans
Nearest Major Market: Cleveland Job Segment: Front End, Testing, Welding, Electronics, Technology, Manufacturing
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