We are looking for a talented Electrical Technical Specialist to join our team specializing in Power Electronics for our Corporate Business Group in Minneapolis, MN.
In this role, you will make an impact in the following ways:
- Design and build hardware of power electronics converters for commercial vehicles, energy storage and fuel-cell applications
- Collaborate with suppliers, engineers (electrical, mechanical, PCB layout, firmware, controls, and system) and technicians to design and validate power converters
- Own the power electronics hardware development from specification to analysis, design, prototype, and testing
- Develop analysis-led design (ALD) tools to transfer knowledge and enable rapid design and optimization
To be succesful in this role you will need the following:
- Master with 2-year work experience or PHD in Electrical Engineering
- Experience in power converter modeling, simulation, and loss calculation
- Experience in developing test methods, developing test plans, conducting high-power tests, troubleshooting, problem solving, and writing test reports
- Experience in designing reliable analog/digital circuits, especially gate drive circuits with protections
Compensation and Benefits
Base salary rate commensurate with experience. Additional benefits vary between locations and include options such as our 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan, Cash Balance Pension Plan, Medical/Dental/Life Insurance, Health Savings Account, Domestic Partners Coverage and a full complement of personal and professional benefits.
Cummins and E-Verify
At Cummins, we are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer dedicated to diversity in the workplace. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, gender, color, disability, national origin, age, religion, union affiliation, sexual orientation, veteran status, citizenship, gender identity and/or expression, or other status protected by law. Cummins validates right to work using E-Verify. Cummins will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee’s Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.