The Industrial Energy team designs the eyes, ears, and brains of Tesla’s Energy Storage (Megapack) and Supercharging products. The type of boards designed control the central processing, communications, thermal systems, high voltage safety, and system level components including breakers, contactors, and pyrofuses. The Supercharger and Megapack teams are advancing our designs and need support to help shape the future of vehicle charging and renewable energy integration.
The Industrial Energy team is looking for a skilled and motivated individual to design and develop electronics for use in our Supercharger and Megapack high-power energy storage systems. This individual will collaborate with a cross-functional team of engineers to deliver best-in-class electrical architectures and products.
- BS or higher degree in Electrical Engineering OR equivalent experience
- 3+ years relevant work experience.
- Experience in selection and use of DSPs, microcontrollers, and FPGAs with their peripheral circuitry.
- Experience designing digital communication buses (CAN, Automotive/Industrial Ethernet, RS-485, USB, SPI, I2C, etc.).
- Experience designing board level power supplies (buck, boost, flyback, etc.).
- Experience with Altium or other schematic entry and PCB layout software.
- Experience in PCB layout, stack-up definition, thermal and EMC optimization.
- Hands-on experience designing, building, and testing PCBs.
- Ability to tackle problems and reason using a first principles approach.
- Experience using LTspice, Python, and Matlab.
- Embedded programming of DSPs, microcontrollers, and FPGAs.
- Experience working on high voltage/high power systems.
- Experience with high-speed interfaces (LPDDR4, PCIe, SGMII, etc.)
- Familiar with Hardware-in-the Loop (HIL) validation platforms.
- Knowledge of power semiconductors and switched mode power conversion.
- General familiarity with basic control theory and digital implementation of controls.
- Experience in obtaining product safety certification through an NRTL (e.g. UL, CE, CSA, CCC, etc.).
- Basic understanding of mechanical design fundamentals.