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We're looking for an Electrical Project Engineer
, working in Engineering/Manufacturing
industry in 10925 Miller Road Dallas Texas 75238 United States, Dallas, Texas, 75238, United States
- Support the initial qualification and maintain the qualification of a product family of power converters in the aerospace and marine industries. The primary listing requirements are UL 1012 and CE mark.
- Select ancillary products are listed through a UL 508A panel builder program.
- Work with design engineers to ensure that designs comply with the certification requirements.
- Manage new product design verification to ensure specified performance requirements.
- Design verification will incorporate testing in accordance with various government specifications and or industry standards.
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Experience Required for Your Success
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, preferably Electrical, or equivalent experience
- 3 years of experience in understanding and meeting UL and CE mark certification requirements
- Experience with testing and evaluating Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility (EMI/EMC)
- Experience and familiarity with UL (UL1012 and UL508A) and CE Mark standards (EN55011, EN61000, and the Low Voltage Directive)
- Specific experience with MIL-STD-704, MIL-STD-461, RTCA DO-160, UL 1012 and the NEC (National Electric Code) is preferred
- Familiarity with low voltage systems: single phase, split phase, and three phase up to 600 VAC
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