R&D Electrical Engineer
- Develop new concepts for automaton solutions within global, local R&D team and external automation solution supplier.
- Develop and define electrical interfaces between stand-alone machine and automation.
- Develop, design and realize the proper control logic which enables proper cooperation between both machine and automation.
- Follow cutting edge technology development for sensors and actuators, which can be applied into general sheet metal manufacturing’s automation solutions, like loading/unloading, sorting, sheets peeling, double-sheet detection etc.
- Develop electric design and control solutions for customized and series machine and automation products
- Participate in product and localization development process
- Improve existing products based on the market input, customer requirement, technology developments
- Scout for innovations in industry and research, conduct advanced-development projects and tests
- Establish and maintain contact with universities, coordinate projects
- Complete other tasks assigned from the direct supervisor per business requirement.
1. Education: Master degree or above
2. Experience: 3+ years work experience or applied research is preferred
3. Knowledge/skills: Solid background and confidence in making elaborate design concepts for mechatronic products, electric designs. Strong analytical thinking, Familiar with the Numerical Controllers, drives and servo motors widely adopted for machine tools.
- Chinese native speaker.
- English is capable in daily working environmentin including listening, speaking, reading and writing.
- German is a plus.
5. General/ TRUMPF Competencies:
- Strong sense of high integrity, reliability, responsibility and customer orientation
- Ability to handle issue independently, open-minded and with a team spirit.
- Ability to continuously learn.
6. Other Specific Competencies and Requirements:
- Observe the regulations of TCN including but not limited on the Employee’s Handbook and Code of Conduct of TRUMPF China.
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