Quintus Technologies is specialized in the design, manufacturing, installation, and support of high pressure systems for sheet metal forming and advanced materials densification for critical industrial components. Headquartered in Västerås, Sweden, and represented in 45 countries worldwide, the company is the world leader in high pressure technology and has delivered more than 1,900 systems to customers across the globe within industries such as aerospace, automotive, energy, and medical implants.
Electrical and Control Engineer
As electrical and control engineer, you are responsible for configuring and maintaining the electrical systems for Quintus products. The job involves close cooperation with sub-suppliers to create cost efficient and qualitative solutions. As an electrical engineer, you specify all electrical hardware in our products, including electrical cabinets, external components and routing. You are responsible for ensuring that the electrical design meets the standards and safety regulations for electrical installations. You will also drive cost and performance improvements. Even though your primary task is hardware design you will be able to work with PLC programming.
An important part of the role will be to contribute and drive the work with modularization and standardization.
Our electrical design is generated in AutoCad & elMaster and product lifecycle management is done in Teamcenter.
You will work closely with automation engineers and fluid systems engineers within the department, but also colleagues within mechanical engineering, in our local workshop and commissioning engineers to ensure our system delivery.
You report to Manager System Modules. The position is located in Västerås.
- Electrical design including circuit diagrams and connection diagrams
- Create layout and equipment specification for electrical cubicles
- Configuration management
- Collaboration with sub-suppliers
- PLC programming
- Specify and perform inspections and tests on module, sub-module and component level
- Drive cost and performance improvements
- Drive modularization and standardization
You have an engineering degree preferably within mechatronics, electronics or similar working experience. You have at least 3 years experience from working as electrical engineer in an industrial setting. You have solid experience of working with electrical design and standardization. Experience of working with agile methods is an advantage.
You are a structured problem solver with a genuine technical interest who takes initiative and drive your work forward. You have good communication skills and enjoy to collaborate with others.
You are fluent in Swedish and English, written and oral.
For more information on the position, please contact André Halvarsson +46 (0)70 390 28 60.
We look forward to receiving your application latest February 28th.
Selection and interviews will be done ongoing. All applications will be handled confidentially.