// Job Description

What is this role about?

SmartD Technologies is disrupting the century-old industry of electrical motor control with the introduction of its Silicon Carbide-based variable frequency drive (VFD). The SmartD Clean Power VFD brings increased efficiency, extended motor lifetime, and simplified engineering to this market.

As we increase our market presence and extend our product line we’re looking for a talented individual who is both comfortable at designing PCBs and working hands-on in a power electronics lab. 

If you’re passionate about designing electronic boards;
If you’re an expert at validating electronics systems in a lab; and
If you want to work with a small, dedicated, and effective team.

Then, you should contact us right away. (Or read on to get details of who we’re looking for.)

You should be an expert in:

  • Hardware development in digital, power and analog. 
  • Electronic testing and troubleshooting.
  • And if you’re familiar with motor control, all the better.

And this is what we’d expect of you:

  • Produces technical specifications concerning the electronics hardware incorporated in new products in cooperation with marketing.
  • Design analog and digital circuits using Altium Designer, both at the schematics and PCB levels;
  • Good 3D visualization and close collaboration with the mechanical engineer for integration;
  • Fully autonomous in a power electronic lab;
  • Participate in product prototyping: Design, soldering, assembly, and debug of electronic systems;
  • Elaborate test documentation & debug procedures;
  • Maintain associated BOMs and manufacturing documentation;
  • Support production and other departments in relation to your products.

You will be part of an experienced start-up team where:

  • Your voice will be heard and you will feel the impact of your work;
  • You won’t lose time in endless meetings or presentations;
  • You will work hard and have fun doing it.

Our offices are located in downtown Montreal, near Lucien-Lallier and Bonaventure Station.

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