Technical and Engineering, Engineering general

Electrical Engineering Working Student

Last updated: 2 months ago
Expires: 2 months ago
Job Role:
Technical and Engineering, Engineering general
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Aircraft type:

Job description

In this role you will be able to work as part of our battery team in the field of battery management system (BMS) and power control electronics, enabling us to develop highly integrated, cutting-edge aerospace battery prototypes. No day will be the same and you will be given a healthy amount of responsibility and autonomy, always supported by engineers.


  • Substantially support the development of custom battery management hardware and embedded software, highly integrated with all electrical and mechanical aspects of our application
  • Design and modify analogue and digital electronic circuits based on provided schematics and/or functional and performance requirements from engineering
  • Simulate selected circuits in Spice or Simulink
  • Lay out multi-layer prototype printed circuit boards, both based on existing templates and from scratch
  • Optional: Adapt and modify provided embedded C code for ARM microcontrollers
  • Flash, test and debug electronics hardware and embedded software in the lab


  • Electrical/electronics engineering student or similar
  • PCB schematics and layout design skills and experience in relevant PCB design software (EAGLE, Altium Designer, or similar)
  • Basic PCB debugging skills and experience with common lab equipment (soldering, electrical measuring, signal analysis)
  • Experience with ARM microcontrollers, embedded C programming/debugging, CAN bus analysis is a plus
  • Knowledge of (Li-ion) battery technology is a plus
  • High level of self-reliance with the ability to work in a team as well as autonomously
  • Target-oriented, driven workstyle with analytic problem-solving skills required
  • Ability to work a minimum of 6 months full-time required


  • An ambitious team with 100+ years of passion in aeronautics determined to shape the future of aviation
  • An open-minded culture with innovative and interdisciplinary teams, where everyone is encouraged to provide input
  • Flexible working hours and a family-like atmosphere with cool team events
  • An international and fast-growing team with diverse backgrounds
  • Plenty of space for your own ideas and independent projects to boost your professional as well as personal growth