Clean Power Hydrogen Group Ltd is a vibrant alternative energy technology company based in Doncaster. Our technology platforms have caught the attention of many organisations both here in the UK and overseas.
As a result, we are looking to expand our team with a Power Electronics Engineer. This role is a fantastic opportunity to work in an engineering design team in the hydrogen production sector. This role also gives you the chance to be part of a business who promotes development and recognises talent and is your opportunity to join a rapidly growing business.
Clean Power Hydrogen Group Ltd (CPH2) is a leading developer of Membrane-Free Electrolysers™ designed to produce green hydrogen and pure oxygen in a simple, safe, sustainable manner and at any scale. Dr. Nigel Williamson and Joe Scott established CPH2 (Ireland) in December 2012 with the ambition to help clean up the environment for our children and future generations. Entering the green technology sector, a high growth, and profitable market, they developed a Membrane-Free Electrolyser™ to produce hydrogen faster, more reliably, and more cost-effectively than PEM technology, which has barriers to adoption, including cost, reliability, and scalability.
About the role:
As a Power Electronics Engineer you will report to the Design Manager and collaborate on projects from concept to commissioning. You will work closely with the mechanical and process engineers, production, and commissioning teams. We are pleased to be able to offer a collaborative and friendly work environment that finds cutting edge solutions across a broad range of engineering disciplines.
- > Support the design and development team in the specification and integration of the electrical field devices into the overall systems
- > Generate electrical testing and commissioning schedules
- > Produce Risk Assessment and Method Statements to cover site activities
- > Where necessary, assist with integration and commissioning
- > Verify that installations are in compliance with the approved design documentation
- > Carry out fault finding activities on, filters, rectifiers, converters, transformers, and associated components
- > Carry out electrical testing activities from cable testing in order to provide cable test certifications, initial power up tests through to final testing and commissioning tests
- > Carry out Factory Acceptance Testing
- > Produce Reactive Risk Assessment and Method Statements
Key skills and experience required:
- > Formal qualification in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Power Electronics Engineer or similar, ideally to HND or Degree level or similar
- > Knowledge of AC/DC, DC/DC and DC/AC converters and rectifiers
- > Knowledge of IGBT’s, MOSFETS and similar switching devices
- > Experience of the design and development of electrical systems
- > Previous experience in the installation and testing of power systems
- > Knowledge of safe systems of work, permit systems, Health, and Safety etc
- > Flexibility to travel for short periods for equipment factory inspections, customer site inspections and plant commissioning checks
- > Experience working with renewables power
- > Knowledge of transformer specifications
- > Knowledge of site power distribution design
- > Understanding of high voltage power infrastructure
- > Knowledge of EMC requirements and electrical noise
- > Experience of managing contractors
- > Experience of managing the purchase and delivery of electrical assets
- > Knowledge of common UK and international regulations and standards
Start date is as soon as possible
Salary will be negotiated depending on qualifications, experience, and skills. Your covering letter should include your salary expectation.
How to apply:
Please send your covering letter including salary expectation and your CV to email@example.com stating ‘Power Electronics Engineer Vacancy’ in the subject line.
UK residents only. Strictly no agencies.
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