Electrical Power Systems Team Lead

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    €80000.00 - €90000.00 per annum

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    Francis Macaulay

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    9 months

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Lead Electrical Power Systems Engineer
9 months (Option to extend)

In this role you will serve as the Team Lead for a major integration test facility. You will provide strategic and technical leadership, acting as a single point of responsibility.

You will also hold responsibility for operation and maintenance of EPSL. Your task will cover the integration of the aircraft's all-electric powertrain, from battery to engine, including avionics control, high voltage and low voltage networks, and charging equipment.

Your day-to-day:

* Plan and design ESPL based on the needs of IPTs, and manage requirements for EPSL suppliers

* Develop EPSL's IVV mission based on testing requirements from IPTs

* Perform HVDC P-HIL (power-hardware-in-the-loop) testing on a variety of units under test (UUTs), including lithium ion batteries, battery chargers, electric engines, power converters and switches, and avionics computers

* Integration & troubleshooting activities

* Develop & modify the lab's design as its mission evolves

* Align with the Test Department on testing priorities, implementation of test requests, and arrival and installation of UUTs

* Collaborative work with design engineering and testing teams for development of test schedules and procedures

* Manage the EPSL Engineers for complex aircraft, system & component testing activities as a Team Lead

* Functional & strategic development of the team and interfaces to the systems testing department

Your profile:

* 5+ years leading teams in integration & testing for power electronics hardware

* 5-10 years hands-on testing experience in HIL

* Experience in test rig instrumentation, test execution, and data processing required

* Familiarity with development & testing standards for aerospace

* Experience working in HV, direct current (HVDC)