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Graduate Electrical Engineer

Surrey   •  Negotiable  •  Permanent, Full time

As a Graduate Electrical Engineer, you will be an integral part of the Stack and Systems team, contributing to the development of electrical systems within fuel cell power generation systems currently under development. This role encompasses tasks related to high and low-voltage electrical system design, implementation, and testing, as well as providing support for broader system design endeavours, including requirements gathering and product compliance initiatives. You will play a crucial role in ensuring that our electrical systems meet safety, reliability, and compliance standards while adhering to industry best practices, especially in the realm of complex mechatronic and electromechanical systems.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Design and implement electrical systems, utilising best-practice architectures for both high-voltage and low-voltage systems.
  • Determine the appropriate sizing and selection of electrical power and signal distribution components, including active and passive elements such as connectors, bus bars, cables, safety devices, and converter power electronics devices.
  • Participate in systems design activities, including the analysis of requirements to capture functional, safety, and compliance criteria.
  • Define test cases necessary to meet the feature and functional requirements of electrical systems and execute the required testing of electrical components.
  • Conduct root-cause analysis to resolve technical issues related to electrical systems.

Skills & Education - Essential:

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or a relevant engineering discipline.
  • Solid knowledge of high voltage power generation systems architectures, with a focus on stationary or mobile applications.
  • Experience in integrating and testing high voltage electrical systems, particularly in the 400 - 900 V DC range.
  • Proficiency in developing electrical system schematics.
  • Familiarity with industry best practices for ensuring the safety and reliability of electrical systems.
  • A working understanding of electrical components, encompassing batteries, power electronics, and electric machines, as well as knowledge of both analogue and digital electronics.


  • Knowledge of functional safety principles.
  • Familiarity with communication bus protocols, including CAN.
  • Previous experience in fuel cell systems development.

Join our team as a Graduate Electrical Engineer and embark on a rewarding journey contributing to the advancement of cutting-edge fuel cell power generation systems while gaining valuable experience in electrical engineering.

You must have the right to work in the UK. Learn more

  • Agency: Cranleigh Scientific
  • Reference: 8755
  • Posted: 4th September 2023
  • Expires: 2nd October 2023

Cranleigh Scientific

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