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Contract Senior Power Design Engineer - Ireland

  • Location: Ireland
  • Sector: Analog / Power
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: JLW37144
  • Rate: £35-£50 per hour
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Job description

Redline are partnering with a global, household brand, who have set up a small office in Ireland and are in need of a Contract Senior Power Supply Design Engineer.

The company are designing both standard and semi-bespoke solutions therefore, you will be joining a vibrant and innovative team of domain experts.

Key requirements for the Senior Contract Power Supply Design Engineer:
> Strong experience in designing power supply circuits up to 10KW underpinned with an in-depth knowledge of analogue circuitry.
> Knowledge of the design and construction of high frequency transformers and inductors.
> Must be able to demonstrate examples on conceptual design, through to manufacturing.

*** This candidate will be required to work onsite, full time. ***

If this Senior Contract Power Supply Design Engineer job could be of interest, contact Jordan Wood on 01582878833 for an initial screen interview.

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