Great Opportunity for Senior-Level Thermal Engineers in North Carolina


My new client in Raleigh, North Carolina has retained me on multiple searches in the field of thermoelectic devices that are expected to dramatically improve the efficiency of heat-to-electric energy conversion. They have just closed a Series B financing round of $10 million and are in transition from R&D stage to module fabrication and production. The client has previously won a $3 million grant from ARPA-E (Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy). This small pre-IPO company offers competitive salary, benefits and stock options.

Thermal Design Engineer

My client is looking for a self-motivated, hands-on, engineer to play a lead role in the design and development of cooling systems utilizing thermoelectric devices. This position will focus on packaging, heat transfer design, development of experiments, validation of experimental results, optimization of the thermal performance and reliability analysis.  


·        Design and develop thermal and refrigeration systems.

·        Work with diverse team to meet product and design constraints.

·        Transform system design concepts to prototypes.

·        Assemble and test prototypes.

·        Generate innovative options for thermal management challenges.


·        MS or Ph.D in relevant engineering fields with 5-10 years of experience is preferred.

·        Specific knowledge of thermal-mechanical design, heatsink design, and cooling fan selection

·        Experience with ANSYS or similar thermal simulation software

·        Knowledge of electronics cooling and packaging

·        Hands-on experience in the design of cooling systems using thermoelectric modules is preferred

·        Support customer interactions to demonstrate system performance

·        Strong communications skills and project management expertise.

Interested?  If so, please send me a resume.

Best Regards,

Nicholas Meyler
GM/President, Technology
Wingate Dunross, Inc.
ph (818)597-3200 ext. 211

P.S. If you think that this company is Nextreme, please be advised that it is not.