We are looking for a hands-on High Power Electronics Engineer to strengthen our team of researchers and engineers. The role is a key part of developing a novel plasma technology aimed at the production of reactive nitrogen for multiple applications. You will work with a fast-paced test centre with minimal friction between idea and execution and collaborate with an international network of partners in the field of plasma technology. Your work will directly influence a process that dramatically improves the resource efficiency, sustainability, and security in the global food production.
Main tasks
You will be responsible for developing a robust and efficient power supply tailored for generating and controlling a unique plasma process. The work process is based on cutting edge academic knowledge, modelling and industrial competence in design-, testing-, verification-, and the industrialisation phases.The challenges are:

  • Fundamentally innovate a novel design and fabrication of the plasma power supply in a unique technology
  • Concept understanding, investigation, planning, testing, and drawing conclusions.
  • Transfer knowledge from industry and universities to N2 Applied and ensure practical applicability.
  • Analyse test data with statistical tools and advanced simulation tools.


You are a highly dedicated and innovative engineer with relevant experience or just graduated, and full of energy with an MSc or similar. You have experience and/or knowledge in one or more of the following areas:

  • Power supply development including circuit design, analysis, prototype testing and qualification.
  • High power and high voltage electrical engineering
  • Power electronics development projects (R&D)
  • Electric and magnetic fields with transfer to air plasma

Personal qualities:

  • Excellent people- and communication skills
  • High work-capacity, self-driven, innovative and proactive
  • High ethical standards and integrity
  • Fluent written and spoken English

What we offer:

  • A central position in a company following the scientific path of one of the ground-breaking industrial innovations of Norway.
  • A team of 40+ dedicated colleagues.
  • A possibility to contribute to a process that will fundamentally improve today’s food production.
  • A young company backed by strong shareholders, in the process of establishing a footprint in key European market.

People with diverse backgrounds and skillsets are welcome to apply for this position.

Workplace will be at our head office. You will also be working in close cooperation with the company’s test centre in Svene in the vicinity of Kongsberg, Norway.

Other expectations:

  • Fluent written and spoken Norwegian and English
  • Some travelling must be expected

To apply to the position please send an email to careers@n2.no.