Test System Developer for Scania Vehicle Control Systems
Scania's vehicles are used by our customers in many different ways and are a vital part of the world's infrastructure system. Scania is working to be a sustainable company, and many of the functions that will change future infrastructure are developed in our section, among others. The goal of Vehicle Control Systems is to develop embedded systems that enable the world's best transport solutions. If you would like to help ensure that the quality of our electrical system is of absolute top quality and that we are able to take the next step into the future, then this is the position for you. The ECU System Test group consists of 17 people, who are members of various development teams. Each team is cross-functional and responsible for various systems in the truck, such as the lighting control unit and driver support functions.
You, together with your team, will be responsible for our Hardware in the loop lab (HIL). This means that you will future-proof the HIL lab by collecting requirements from our testers and ensuring that we are ready for future features, an area where a lot is happening right now. Your role also includes ensuring that the lab has the right status and functions during our test runs.
We use agile methods and processes for our work, with all employees having the opportunity to make an impact and participate.
Do you have a relevant university degree in engineering or equivalent professional experience?
Can you communicate fluently in both written and spoken Swedish and English?
Do you want to make plans and ensure that we reach the goals?
Do you like helping others?
Do you want a job that is a technical challenge in which you get to use your good knowledge of programming in traditional languages, such as Matlab and/or Simulink?
If you recognise yourself in the above, we look forward to receiving your application.
In addition to career and development opportunities, we can also offer Scania employees other benefits, such as a company car, performance bonuses, a pension, flexible working hours, lunch at reduced prices and much more. If you live in Stockholm, we offer a direct bus service between Stockholm and Södertälje, the Scania Job Express.
You are welcome to contact Tobias Öberg, Group Manager, tel. +46 (0)8-553 523 76.
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