Development engineer for electric motors (no gender pref.)

Weinstadt-Endersbach, Research & Development – full tine / flexible full time

Creativity, team spirit and the initiative to take responsibility – that's your driving force. You want to make a difference, and daily communication - German / English - with colleagues and customers in an international environment makes you happy. That suits you! We are looking for people with a get-up-and-go spirit, ready to try new things and actively participate.

Do we have your interest? If so, and your CV is suitable - send an email to: and we will contact you.


  • Take on the role of expert for electric motors on the development team and accompany review and release dates.
  • Be responsible for the design and calculation of high-performance and low-voltage electric motors for the off-highway area and work in close cooperation with the system architects and power electronics engineers.
  • Calculate and simulate the electromagnetic systems and continuously improve the environment.
  • Develop electrical machine concepts for a low-voltage drive platform.
  • Be responsible for the integration and coordination of the components with the areas of testing and prototype construction.
  • Develop and optimize A-Spice-compliant simulation and design processes and implement them.
  • Support customer and supplier coordination when it comes to implementing the mechanical design.
  • Create and maintain the requirements in requirements management.
  • Conduct training courses on the electric motor and develop training documents for it.


  • Have in-depth knowledge of the electromagnetic and thermal design of electric drives.
  • Work independently and excel thanks to your structured, analytical way of working.
  • Develop, optimize, and document the simulation activities and advance your topics.
  • Have a high level of technical understanding and know the interaction between power electronics and the electric motor.
  • Speak fluent German and fluent English for business.


  • A degree in electrical engineering, drive technology, or a comparable field.
  • At least 4 years of professional experience in the design of electrical machines and practical experience in the calculation or simulation of electric motors with a multi-physics simulation tool, preferably Altair.
  • A familiarity with control procedures and the control of electric motors.
  • Ideally, mastery of MATLAB/Simulink.