Powertrain Diagnostics Development Engineer
6 dagar kvar
Scania vehicles and engines are an important part of our customers' logistics and production. Uptime is an important factor. A disruption can have major consequences, and it's a question of quickly finding and acting on emergent problems. To achieve this, Scania needs to equip its 16,000 mechanics around the world with world-class troubleshooting, maintenance and repair support. The Powertrain diagnostics group develops diagnostic and troubleshooting support for Scania’s engines, gearboxes and hybrid systems. This includes trucks, buses and engines for industrial and marine use. The group currently consists of 10 development engineers and 2 technical writers working together as a flexible team. We are now looking for someone who wants to get involved and work to ensure that our advanced troubleshooting support is the best on the market!
You will be responsible for the development of troubleshooting methods and product adaptation of Scania’s powertrain systems. You and your team’s clear task will be to develop functionality in our SDP3 diagnostic tool, which helps mechanics quickly find the cause of faults and the correct remedy.
Your role involves working closely with the system and function owners in development projects. Together, you will ensure the right conditions early on for good diagnostic and troubleshooting support. You will also be responsible for setting requirements which ensure that our production tools and systems are prepared for the challenges posed by new products. The work is varied and involves everything from monitoring product features in development projects to setting requirements for systems and practical in-vehicle testing.
As a development engineer for troubleshooting methods, you will be the voice of the service market in development projects. Your deliveries will directly affect the working day of mechanics and will be an important condition for profitability for the company.
In order to carry out your duties, you will need a good idea of how Scania’s service market works, in addition to product knowledge. We continuously gather information from the market and spread knowledge about our products through Scania’s training activities and our diagnostic tool. You will build up a wide network of contacts, both internally and externally.
You will have an engineering degree with a focus on or experience within mechatronics, embedded systems and/or automotive technology. You will be skilled at analysing and be able to pursue matters within development projects independently. You do not need to be able to program, but good computer skills are a requirement.
For more information
Contact Fredrik Johansson, +46 (0)8-553 513 81 (Group Manager).
Your application should include a CV, cover letter and copies of any certificates. The selection process will be ongoing.