Randstad Electro-Mechanical Engineer in Los Angeles, California
location:Los Angeles, CA
salary:$100,000 - $125,000 per year
date posted:Wednesday, May 15, 2019
industry:Engineering, Accounting, Research, Management & Related Svcs
Permanent position: Innovative transportation company is seeking an Electromagnetic Design Engineer to join their team in Los Angeles, CA. The Electromagnetic Design Engineer is responsible for design and development of propulsion motors, levitation and guidance systems. Qualified candidates will have a BS, MS or PhD in a combination of Physics, Engineering or Electromagnetic Engineering and 2-6 years of experience (internships/ co-ops included). Additional responsibilities and requirements below. Unique opportunity to join an R&D company taking transportation to the next level. Great company benefits, stock options and perks. Relocation assistance is available for non-local candidates.
Responsibilities for the Electro-Mechanical Engineer
Design complex electromechanical and eletromagnetic systems
Develop analytical performance models.
Develop and deliver finite-element analysis models
Support test and production efforts with electromagnetic analysis.
Requirements for the Electro-Mechanical Engineer
BS in Physics or Engineering and/or MS/PhD in Engineering
2-6 years of experience with rotary electric motors, linear electric motors, magnetic bearings or maglev systems
Experience with Ansys Maxwell, JMAG or other electromagnetic analysis software.
Some familiarity with power electronics, motor controls, linear control theory, design for EMC
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Qualified applicants in San Francisco with criminal histories will be considered for employment in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
We will consider for employment all qualified Applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.