- Electronics, Motors and Power Systems, Research Engineering
- Johor Bahru - Malaysia
The Motors and Power Systems group is a multidisciplinary team responsible for the development of Dyson Digital Motors and Lithium Ion battery management. Dyson Digital Motors are small and light, yet extremely powerful; they power the next generation of handheld vacuum cleaners as well as the Supersonic which is revolutionizing hair care. The team is also responsible to develop Battery Pack & Battery Management System for Dyson next generation for Cordfree products.
- Guide and supervise technicians for their day to day support.
- Allocate and define task to technicians
- Responsible for the management of the team’s plans to deliver to project deadlines
- Responsible for tracking activities against plan and responding to them
- Responsible for Electronic Lab Management, Equipment, Safety and 5S.
- Support Power Electronics Engineers in verifying numerous electronic circuits, measurement of electrical parameters and test setup / monitoring.
- Support on PCBA prototype fabrication and integrate the prototype into the product.
- Support on conduct series of required electronics test during project development, to ensure solution meet system function requirement.
- Failure investigation, generate analysis report and conduct necessary testing.
- Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering
- Preferably 3 years working experience in electronic industry (4years chances to be considered for senior tech)
- Familiarity in the operation of basic electronic test equipment such as digital storage oscilloscopes, function generators, power analyzers, etc.
- An ability to execute a test independently, from setup to result reporting is necessary.
- A good level of literacy and numeracy is needed together with analytical and problem solving skills.
- Proficiency in using Microsoft Office is required with particular emphasis on the use of Excel for recording results that can be graphically demonstrated.
- Good Soldering Skills.
- Ability to work on a number of tasks concurrently