About us

We are a technology powerhouse that designs, engineers, and manufactures the world's most advanced automotive technology and hypercars. Bytes to bolts, Rimac is where everything happens.

Our teams develop and produce both hardware and software solutions for our flagship, record-breaking hypercar, the Nevera, as well as for other automotive manufacturers’ vehicles. Working on technology solutions for partners such as Porsche, Hyundai, Aston Martin, Koenigsegg, Automobili Pininfarina, and others, gives Rimac a unique position of a technology leader in the high-performance electric vehicle industry. The stakes are high.

As a fast-moving company, we nurture a high-performing culture. If you are interested in joining, you must be prepared for relentless learning, adapting, and embracing new technologies. We expect an easy-going person, but also self-driven, entrepreneurial, and highly independent in their work, that will enjoy rising to the challenge and have fun pushing the limits of technology.

Our expectations are high. And we can only achieve our goals with the dedication and collaboration of our exceptional team. Our ambition is to deliver and go the extra mile. We need to expand our already industry-leading team, find the best people, and lead the charge.

 

We are currently looking for a Senior Power Electronics Research Engineer (m/f) to support the inverter development for next-generation, high performance electric powertrains.  As a key member of the Research and Advanced Engineering team the individual will be responsible for designing, simulating, building and testing advanced inverter technologies and topologies. Following proof-of-concept prototype validation, the projects will be largely handed over to another team to continue development into mass production, however the Research and Advanced team will continue to support as required. The ideal candidate has a strong passion for technology, should be highly innovative with a hands-on approach and broad skill set. 
 

1. Responsibilities: 

  • Design and development of cutting-edge traction inverter prototypes based on next-gen SiC and GaN technologies and advanced topologies. 

  • Perform simulation and analysis of the inverter system including the mechanical, thermal, electrical, and controls architecture. 

  • Perform detailed circuit design analysis and component selection. 

  • Perform schematic and layout design of PCBs 

  • Support mechanical integration of PCBs and components with an understanding of mechanical and thermal requirements through design reviews and analysis. 

  • Cooperation with suppliers to support prototype development and build.  

  • Defining and conducting functional and performance tests. 

  • Analysis of test results, and iterative design improvement  

  • Explore novel and unique technologies / topologies to support Rimac’s future product roadmap. 
     

2. Requirements: 

  • Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering or similar 

  • At least 3 years of professional experience developing high voltage power electronics 

  • Experience with circuit design simulation tools (eg. PLECS) 

  • Experience with designing multilayer PCBs 

  • Experience with component and system level testing of traction inverters 

  • Carried out projects from design to prototype validation 

  • A team player, who is both flexible and creative in their approach to solving problems 

  • Fluent in English 
     

3. Considered as an advantage: 

  • PhD in Power Electronics 

  • Experience with multi-level inverters 

  • Experience with GaN devices 
     

4. Location 

  • Warwick, UK

     

5. What we are like and what we offer

  • We operate in a fast-paced and challenging environment
  • You will have the opportunity to work on world-class solutions with cutting-edge technology
  • We work a lot, but also know how to have fun (fun teambuilding, crazy company parties, kitchen and relaxation zones around the office, free coffee/tea and fresh fruit, etc.)
  • Family-like and open work environment (subsidies for kindergartens, Christmas parties for kids, and presents for kids)
  • Financial subsidy for transportation
  • Additional and supplementary healthcare covered
  • Internal educations program
  • Psychological counseling
  • Dog-friendly office
  • Flexible working hours and work-from-home days – up to 12 days of remote work per month
  • Discounts at stores and clinics – for humans and pets 😊
     

If you are a creative, problem solving, open-minded, highly-motivated individual and you love a fast-paced environment and are up for the challenge – where were you hiding?


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