Power Electronics
Senior Project Engineer

Senior Project Engineer

Aerospace Motion Control Electronic Design Engineering

MPC Products Corp. an industry leader in the design and production of Electromechanical Motion Control systems is seeking self-motivated individuals to join its electronic design-engineering group.

Senior Project Engineer
Candidates will be responsible for all aspects including the design development and testing of high power serve design including high power switching inverter design, high frequency DC/DC and DC/AC converters, power amplifiers, and analog serve-loop closure. Responsibilities include interfacing with customers for electronic system development, reviewing customer-generated specifications, developing system design and layout of unique schematics and packages, system analysis, providing text for technical proposals and supporting MPC's mechanical groups for integration of power and control electronics into mechanical systems.

This senior position requires 5-15 years of experience in hardware and circuitry design, IGBT and MOSFET characterization and system analysis of high performance motion control systems. A BSEE is required a MSEE is a plus. Knowledge of ORCAD, Matlab, AutoCAD, and Microsoft Word and Excel is also desired.

This senior position requires 5-15 years of experience in hardware and circuitry design, IGBT and MOSFET characterization and system analysis of high performance motion control systems. A BSEE is required a MSEE is a plus. Knowledge of ORCAD, Matlab, AutoCAD, and Microsoft Word and Excel is also desired.

We offer challenging opportunities, an exceptional compensation/benefits package in a state-of-art environment.

For consideration please mail or fax your resume to:
MPC Products Corp.
7426 N. Linder Ave.
Skokie, IL 60077
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MPC Products is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Visit our website: www.mpcproducts.com
Or email your resume to [email protected]

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