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2018-02-13 12:27:36| Space-careers.com Jobs RSS

As a global leader in Engineering and RD services ERD, Altran offers its clients a new way to innovate by developing the products and services of tomorrow. Altran works alongside its clients on every link in the value chain of their project, from conception to industrialisation. For over thirty years, the Group has provided its expertise to key players in the Aerospace, Automotive, Defence, Energy, Finance, Life Sciences, Railway, and Telecoms sectors, among others. In 2016, the Altran group generated revenues of 2.120bn. With a headcount of more than 30,000 employees, Altran is present in more than 20 countries. Our offer Altran Italy Aerospace, Defence Railways Division is recruiting for a Space Power Electronics Engineer to join our team in Milan. You will possess indepth skills in power electronics design especially for space and avionic application DCDC converter, WCA, PSA, ability to use electronics measurement tools and familiarity with report documentation. Your profile Essential Skills experience Masters Degree in Electronics Engineering 310 years of experience in HW design and testing of power electronics boards especially in the Aerospace and Defence sector Good knowledge of English Good knowledge of MS Office

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