Looking for an exciting new project, where your thermal/structural design and analysis skills will have a direct impact on the development of new innovative electrical and electromagnetic products in the Energy Industry?
We are Faraday Grid
Faraday Grid is a purpose driven company, focused on significantly impacting the Energy Trilemma by facilitating a transition to affordable, reliable and clean energy.
We’re a startup organisation with strong investor backing and global partnerships, that has grown to a team of almost 100 people across four European locations; Edinburgh (Head Quarters) and London in the UK, and Prague and Pardubice in the Czech Republic.
Our exceptionally talented team is made up of a diverse group of brilliant minds from the fields of engineering, physics, mathematics and software development. We challenge and solve real world problems, developing some of the most sophisticated technical solutions in the energy market.
The project will be developing a platform t to enable significant energy savings and change the way energy is traded. The device technology replaces traditional transformers and can solve network issues including voltage and power control. Combined with our patented software platform, the technology can enable a self-balancing, decentralised system which can maximise the inclusion of distributed and variable energy resources, helping to solve the challenges posed by de-carbonisation and the need to supply affordable and reliable energy.
You will be responsible for analysing thermal and structural behaviour within transformer and electrical cubicle design. In addition to key tasks related to thermal and structural analysis, you may also be asked to perform other analysis types (e.g. CFD, vibrations, etc.) as well as to contribute to design using CAD tools.
Why Should You Join Us?
In addition to a competitive salary, we also offer:
This is an opportunity in which you will genuinely see the results of your efforts, apply now!
Contact Paul Myers today on +420 735749672 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org