- Primary responsibility for development of control strategies, algorithms, and techniques for the control of power electronic circuits and systems.
- Construct power converter computer models and conduct simulations of control strategies.
- Develop simulation control architecture that facilitates rapid translation of control software from simulation to real hardware.
- Directly support or perform development of control firmware for implementation of developed control.
- Primary responsibility for development of test procedures for and for testing and troubleshooting of developed control software.
- 2+ years experience in simulation and controls development in either academic or professional setting.
- Software development experience
- Hands-on experience with electronic controls hardware.
- Proficient and creative problem-solving – Ability to generate solutions to problems and to make sound engineering decisions based on project objectives.
- Strong organizational and communication skills – Ability to write clear and concise technical specifications, test procedures, reports, and analyses. Ability to present work clearly to coworkers and customers.
- Team player but with the ability to work in isolation if required
- Experience with high-power electronics
- Printed Circuit Board design experience
- Experience designing embedded controls
- Willingness and desire to take complete ownership and responsibility for projects
- Good presentation skills
- Results orientated
Princeton Power Systems is a non-discriminating employer.