SolarEdge is constantly seeking energetic, talented individuals who are looking for challenging opportunities in this continuously growing industry. We invite you to build your career with us at SolarEdge.
SolarEdge is a top global leader in smart energy technology. The company's broad range of products encompasses intelligent inverter and storage systems, revolutionary EV charger, smart energy management solutions and more.
SolarEdge's power design teams play a crucial role in creating new innovative solutions, owning the process from design & development up to implementation and manufacturing.
We are looking for an experienced and passionate individual to lead a team of power design engineers.
As a team leader, you will directly supervise 3-5 engineers and manage end-to-end products development simultaneously.
In addition to direct team management, you will also be accountable for the entire projects, overseeing products readiness and working directly with different departments such as mechanics, software and engineering.
- Managing team of 3-5 Hardware Engineers
- Accountable for timely delivery of new products
- Manage, liaise and direct multi- teams to ensure projects goals and requirements are met
- Assess potential risks and technical challenges and develop appropriate mitigation plans
- Act as primary contact for product-related queries
- B.Sc. or higher in Electrical Engineering (EE)
- 5+ years of relevant experience in design of new / cutting edge products
- Previous managing/leading experience
- Must have hands on Board Design experience
- Experience in Analog and/or Power electronics designs (DC/DC topologies design, Analog circuits design, Noise and Signal integrity concerns, Thermal concerns, Component level designs- not a module integrator)
- Experience in DC-DC conversion methods, switched-mode-power-supply (aka SMPS) design and layout – advantage
- Strong ability to multi-tasking
- Analytical and highly motivated, self-driven problem solver
- Ability to work independently, responsibly, out of the box thinking