Electrical Engineer for Electric Aircraft Drive System / testing.

Job Description

Siemens provides answers to the toughest questions: we build infrastructure where there is no infrastructure. We energize the world, help industries run smoothly and create the digital tomorrow.

The Corporate Technology team is developing components for electrified aviation, where the projects provide significant added value activities.


What kind of tasks will you have?

  • Conduct electric vehicle, drive system and power electronic component tests

  • Design and performing tests based on functional requirements and design specifications

  • Follow and support hardware and software implementation and system integration


What makes you stand out?


  • Relevant university degree (electrical engineer, mechatronics engineer or other relevant degree),

  • Experience in testing, operating and installing drive systems, with solid health and safety routine

  • System / hardware design and practical test experience with electric drive systems, e.g.: inverters, power electronics, electric motors, battery systems, etc.

  • Working communication in English, effective cooperation skills

  • Good problem-solving capabilities

  • Ability to coordinate suppliers and internal resources

  • Experience with power electronics

  • Ability to work alone in testing and measuring processes


What do we offer?


  • Inspiring daily work

  • Modern working environment

  • High impact R&D projects

  • Career opportunities

  • International working environment

  • Competitive compensation package


Why Siemens?

We provide a competitive benefit package and a modern, international work environment, we are respectful inclusive and diverse. We worship performance, celebrate individual contributions and different ways of thinking.



Job ID: 111057

Organization: Corporate Technology

Experience Level: Experienced Professional

Job Type: Full-time

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