Yaskawa is currently seeking an Electrical Engineer for our Medium Voltage Drives business. This position will provide product development and future technological direction for standard and value added medium voltage drive products (specification, design, conformance verification, technical documentation, and enhancements) to assist in achieving the growth and success of the corporate medium drive business. The MV Electrical Engineer is responsible for the development, design and transition of standard and value added medium voltage drive products to the marketing, engineering, and manufacturing organizations. This role will provide technical direction, planning and support on product implementation, detail design, certification and design processes, and test equipment. The engineering team assists product marketing, application engineering, manufacturing (global), training and technical support in higher-level support and consulting requirements for priority projects.
More specifically, the MV Electrical Engineer will:
The ideal candidate will possess:
We offer the opportunity to experience the excitement, challenge and rewards of working in an entrepreneurial, fast growing, and industry-leading company.
If the Medium Voltage Electrical Engineer sounds like a fit for your background and career goals, we would love to hear from you!
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