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We're hiring a Senior Electronics Engineer

Due to continued expansion we are looking for an experienced and ambitious automotive Senior Electronic Engineer to help us deliver cutting edge air compressors for hydrogen fuel cells for both Aviation and Automotive applications.

Senior Electronics Engineer

Aeristech is a start-up SME engineering company enabling carbon reduction across a range of sectors with unique high-speed electric motor IP. We are continuing to grow our diverse and highly skilled team with UK government backing through Innovate UK and collaborations with leading companies including Cummins and GKN Aerospace.

Working closely with other disciplines the role encompasses full technical ownership of electronic circuits from concept to development and validation.

This role will appeal to ambitious candidates who wish to develop world-leading air compressor solutions to support our ground breaking client solutions.

Main Responsibilities

Reporting to the Electronics Team Leaders, as the Senior Electronics Engineer your responsibilities will be:

  • Be responsible for technical ownership of electronic circuits, through concept, development and validation.
  • Provide technical delivery of development activities to meet timescales and cost targets for R&D products and customer projects.
  • Support the planning of electronics related activities.
  • Interface with suppliers and partners with technical requirements and feedback for existing and new designs.
  • Work closely with other engineering disciplines (e.g. embedded SW, PCB layout, mechanical design etc.) to develop complete systems.
  • Support system integration by providing debugging capability and validation support.

Qualifications and experience

  • Degree qualified in an Engineering or Science related discipline as a minimum.
  • A minimum of 5 years relevant industry experience successfully supporting development projects in an automotive engineering environment.
  • Use of schematic capture and PCB layout tools.
  • Experience in mathematical modelling and simulation of circuits and systems, e.g. SPICE, PLECS, SIMetrix.
  • Use of reliability, risk or safety analysis tools for the analysis of hardware, e.g. FTA, DFMEA.
  • Qualification of systems to automotive standards, including EMC and environmental testing.
  • An understanding of functional safety analysis, design, and validation to standards such as ISO26262 or similar.
  • An appreciation of rotating machine design and motor principles.
  • Writing technical documentation. e.g.: Worst Case Analysis


A competitive package