At Torus our mission is to empower individuals and communities to become their own renewable energy provider. Torus accelerates the transition from fossil fuel to hybrid to fully electrified homes by decentralizing power and makes it easier to live a renewables life by orchestrating and automating power use during renewable energy cycles.
As an employee of Torus, you will be proud of the work that you do, innovating new technology solutions to help save our planet. You will work in a supportive culture with other incredibly talented and intelligent people, creating new product offerings in the renewables industry. You will have growth opportunities as we have a culture that supports your personal and professional development.
The person in this role will be a founding member of a new team, responsible for the power electronics and components of a Flywheel Energy Storage System (FESS). This person will be responsible for identifying the right components, handling, assembling, testing and troubleshooting a Motor/Generator, Motor controller, vacuum pump and any other components needed for safe and secure operation of a FESS.
Who You Are
You’ll be a great fit if you have a passion for helping to solve complex climate challenges and are committed to finding new innovative ways to preserve and enhance our planet. As a member of a rapidly growing startup, you’ll add incredible value as a self-starter, excited to learn new technologies and apply your hard skills to empower our customers to discover, purchase, and install the Torus products that will help them live clean, renewable lives.
What You'll Own
- Assembling the power components of a Flywheel storage system
- Plan and execute component and subsystem level functional and performance testing of engineering units
- Develop and maintain electrical power system design documentation including models, drawings, drawing trees, bill of materials, analysis reports, etc. using standard software tools and methods.
- Determine optimal power system architecture.
- Develop test plans and procedures, identify hardware needs, design of test set-ups.
- Collaborate closely with mechanical, electrical and firmware engineers.
Experience You'll Need
To be successful in this role you’ll have:
- 2-5 years of experience in electrical power system design
- Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or related technical field
- Familiarity with creating schematics and PCB
- Experience in working with electrical motors and motor controllers
- Ability to work in multidisciplinary team with other engineers
- Ability to work flexibly and adaptively in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
- Knowledge of firmware is a plus