Snr Electrical Engineer-Electromechanical - #58083

Careers International

Date: 1 week ago
City: Dubai
Contract type: Full time
As a senior electrical engineer for an electromechanical company, your role likely involves overseeing and contributing to various aspects of product development, from conceptualization to production. Here are some key responsibilities you might have:

  • Design and Development: You would be responsible for designing electrical systems and components for electromechanical products. This involves creating schematics, selecting components, and ensuring that the electrical systems meet performance and safety standards.
  • Collaboration: You would work closely with other engineers, such as mechanical engineers and software engineers, to integrate electrical systems with mechanical and software components. Effective communication and collaboration are essential for ensuring that all aspects of the product work together seamlessly.
  • Testing and Validation: You would oversee testing and validation processes to ensure that electrical systems meet performance, reliability, and safety requirements. This might involve conducting tests in-house or coordinating with external testing facilities.
  • Problem-solving: As a senior engineer, you would be expected to troubleshoot and resolve complex technical issues that arise during the development process. This could involve analyzing data, conducting root cause analysis, and implementing solutions to ensure project success.
  • Regulatory Compliance: You would ensure that electrical systems comply with relevant regulatory standards and certifications, such as CE, UL, and FCC. This might involve staying up-to-date on regulatory requirements and working with regulatory agencies to obtain necessary certifications.
  • Project Management: Depending on the size of the company and the scope of projects, you might also be involved in project management tasks such as scheduling, budgeting, and resource allocation.
  • Continuous Improvement: You would contribute to the continuous improvement of design processes, tools, and methodologies within the company. This could involve identifying areas for optimization, implementing best practices, and mentoring junior engineers.

Overall, as a senior electrical engineer in an electromechanical company, you play a crucial role in the development of products that integrate electrical and mechanical components, ensuring they meet performance, reliability, and safety requirements.

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