Electronic Engineer

Enapter

Crespina, PI, Italy

Full-Time

Dec 9

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Enapter is a unique and fast-growing manufacturer of electrolysers. We are on a mission to replace fossil fuels. Read up on what we do and how we plan to change the world for the better on our website: www.enapter.com/whitepaper. If it thrills you as much as it thrills us, then Enapter might be the right place for you.

We are looking for an Electronic Engineer in our R&D centre in Pisa. You will be an integral part of the development process and will have a wide range of technical challenges to tackle. Be ready for a dynamic environment!

Tasks

  • Design of electronic control system of the electrolyser
  • PCB board designs for electrolyser and other products using Altium or similar software
  • Prototyping and iterative testing of PCB boards
  • Selection of sensors and other electronic components
  • System design and component placement for EMC compatibility
  • Work as a team to help certify Enapter’s products in key customer regions

Your profile

  • Minimum bachelor’s in electronic engineering or equivalent experience
  • Good English communication skills
  • Several years of professional work experience
  • Experience with EMC applications
  • Strong hands-on skills, ability to prototype and build things quickly in electronic labs
  • Experience with power electronics (our electrolyser stack operates at ~48V/60A)

We offer

  • The opportunity to help shape the future of energy in one of the most dynamic hydrogen companies in the industry
  • A market-oriented compensation package
  • A lot of responsibility and creative freedom
  • Flat hierarchies and great colleagues.
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Enapter

Enapter produces electrolysers designed to be stacked allowing for flexible and modular deployment of any size.