Electrical Design Engineer
A Design Engineer is required to lead mechanical design and development projects for a range of marine products. As an Electrical Design Engineer, you will be responsible for ensuring that our products meet technical, safety, and regulatory requirements, and develop our design processes. This is an opportunity to join an engineering manufacturer both of high- volume and bespoke products.
Salary £35,000 - £50,000 depending on experience.
25 days holiday
- Create electrical control panels that are specifically designed to meet the requirements of luxury yacht hydraulic systems, guaranteeing maximum efficiency, dependability, and security.
Use industry-standard design software and tools to produce intricate wiring diagrams, layout drawings, and electrical schematics.
To achieve project goals, choose the right motors, sensors, switches, and other electrical components while taking durability, efficiency, and environmental issues into account.
- Ensure functionality, accuracy, and performance, control panels, motors, and integrated systems should undergo extensive testing and validation.
- During the manufacture, assembly, and installation stages, offer technical support and handle any issues or changes in the design.
- Diagnose and fix electrical problems, working with the larger engineering team to create solutions and
- Electrical engineering degree or a similar degree
- Three to seven plus years of electrical design experience, ideally in the marine sector.
- Excellent familiarity with electrical design tools and software, such as EPLAN, AutoCAD Electrical, or an equivalent.
- Knowledge of pertinent industry rules and guidelines, such as those of marine classification associations (such as ABS, DNV, and Lloyds).
- Integration experience with serial communications, especially with AS-I or Canbus networks.
- A thorough understanding of hydraulic systems and how electrical components interact with them.
- Capacity to successfully choose and combine motors, sensors, and controls to provide the best possible system performance.
- Flexibility in a quick-paced engineering setting and in response to changing project requirements