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Electronics Engineer


Are you an Electronics engineer and ready for a new challenge in the LED lighting industry?

If working with power electronics is where your passion lies, then we have the perfect opportunity for you… take the leap and become an Electronics Engineer at Seaborough Research!

The electronics team within Seaborough focuses on generating intellectual properties while solving the biggest challenges in the lighting industry related to penetration of LED lighting. This is a full time behind-the-workbench job and as an electronics engineer you will be able to research and develop the feasibility of new technologies. You will provide direction on the modern topologies to be used in products.


Are you an Electronics engineer with the following skills?

  •  Design and development of Switch Mode Power Supplies.
  • Schematic and PCB Design (Altium Designer). KiCad knowledge is an advantage.
  • Knowledge of safety analysis, design, and validation to IEC standards
  • Functional EMI understanding and filter design knowledge.
  • Analog and Digital circuit design (Digital circuits knowledge is an advantage).

As an Electronics engineer, here is what you will mainly be up to:

  •  Design and development of conventional and non-conventional drivers including DC/DC converters, AC/DC converters for LED lighting applications.
  • Analyze specifications and interpret them to produce hardware functional specifications.
  • Hardware system design and documentation. Create schematics and PCBs on PCB design software.
  •  Performs electronic simulations on computer using LTSPICE. MATLAB is an advantage.
  •  Work on electronic component selection (thermal, sizing, and EMI) and theoretical analysis to study the worst cases scenarios and thus take into account all the potential stress experienced by the components (stress tests). Perform DFMEA or FMEA on designs and write reports accordingly.
  • Sends the design to production, receive prototypes, populate them and plan tests on them.
  •  Debug issues related to design during proof of concept phase till production implementation.
  •  EMI testing and resolving EMI issues with designed power supplies.
  •  Failure analysis of samples from production environment or field.
  • Keeps records of all inventive ideas, designs, and basic improvements.


Your education, knowledge & work experience:

  • Do you have a bachelor’s degree in Electrical / Electronics / Power Electronics or equivalent with at least 3 years’ experience in a similar role.
  •  Do you have a Masters’ degree in Electrical / Power Electronics or equivalent with at least an internship experience with a company in the field of power supplies, electronics design and development etc.? Additional work experience is an added advantage.

Your soft skills:

  •  Fluent in English.
  • Able to work alone or with minimum guidance, but also be able to operate effectively as part of a team.
  • You are a structured individual with good problem solving skills.
  •  You are dynamic, flexible and eager to learn.



  • Fantastic location: Seaborough office (including lab) is located at Amsterdam Science park, which is the heart of startup environment with multiple companies around in the field of chemistry, biotechnology, lithography, sound engineering etc.
  • Connectivity: It is a 5-minute walk to the nearest train station, Amsterdam Science Park, and is well connected by public transport.
  • Multicultural environment: We are a team of more than 20 people and have our roots in 8 countries.
  • Flexible working culture: If work can be done from home, then we encourage that.
  •  We will support you with a one-on-one coaching and trainings designed to help you develop your skills.

Our company

Seaborough invents, develops and commercializes ground-breaking innovations for the lighting industry.
The company runs several long-term research and development projects in collaboration with world leading research institutes and universities.

The IP is commercialized through licensing contracts with strategic partners. Seaborough is highly committed to support these partners during the implementation phase of its IP in finished products.

This is the way we make the real difference.

Seaborough was founded in 2013. We have a very international and multicultural team. Since then we have experienced strong growth with great collaborations, big inventions and even bigger plans for the future. At Seaborough, we give meaning to light!

Interested or questions? Please contact Vahhab Mohammadi, Program Director, Electronics at Seaborough at