Who are we?
Volvo Cars is a company on a mission; to bring traditional car manufacturing into a connected, sustainable and smart future.
Since 1927, we have been a brand known for our commitment to safety, creating innovative cars that make life less complicated for our consumers. In 2010, we decided to transform our business, resulting in a totally new generation of cars and technologies, as well as steady growth and record sales. Today, we’re expanding our global footprint in Europe, China and the US, and we’re on the lookout for new talent.
We are constantly pushing our own skills and abilities to drive change in the automobile industry like never before. We are looking for innovative, committed people to join us in this endeavour and create safe, sustainable and connected cars. We believe in the power of people and will challenge and support you to reach your full potential. Join us and be part of Volvo Cars’ journey into the future.
Who we are
At the Agile Release Train Core System Components (ARTCSC), within Software & Electronics Platform we develop Core computing units, body controllers, I/O controllers, electrical power distribution units and electrical power supply – hardware as well as software – for both current and future vehicle platforms. We work with solutions from early concept to industrialization and follow-up in the field. We are dedicated to building cross-functional and empowered teams and an agile environment where we learn every day, challenge each other and give continuous feedback. We are now looking for an analysis engineer to join our agile development teams on their exciting journey!
Who you are
We think you are a self-driven team player with high ambitions and both a sense of ownership and dedication to quality in everything you do. You take a structured approach to your work and have analytical skills that you have successfully applied to complex engineering tasks in the past. You collaborate well with your peers and are open to share your work and expertise, and you are also not afraid to ask when you need their help. At the same time, you have no problem stating your own opinion and setting high standards when collaborating with e.g. suppliers. You communicate well in English and have a B.Sc. or equivalent within Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Mechatronics or similar area of education. An M.Sc. is extra meritorious.
In the field of Automotive development we expect you to have several years of experience from Electronics HW testing embedded software testing, software design and development, ECU base tech, in-vehicle communication, diagnostics, Autosar and ISO 26262. We also appreciate programming skills (most relevant are C/C# and Python) and background in continuous integration and automation with tools Git, Jenkins, Conan and CMake. Knowledge of Vector tools like CANoe, CANalyzer, Matlab/Simulink experience will be good to have as well.
What will you do?
As part of an ARTCSC empowered agile team, you will ensure the delivery and quality of some of the units described above. You will use our different test environments both concerning SW and HW. Mainy consist of electronics HW testing on component as well as system level. Be part of and lead test reviews with suppliers but also internal interfaces.This will include collaborating within and outside the team to correctly gather and analyse requirements, building test cases, running tests and reporting test results, and following up on found defects. You will also contribute to building an automated workflow with continuous integration and testing of new software.
When striving to deliver the optimal product, you will work in close collaboration with several expert competences – both within and outside Volvo Cars. Together with ARTCSC’s own broad area of expertise, this will benefit your long-term development and expand your knowledge within many different fields.
Interest and application
For questions about the position, drop an email to recruiting team manager Ronny Hallberg, at [email protected]. For questions about the recruitment process, please contact Catharina Skog at [email protected]. We want your application 31st of October 2021 at the latest but selection will be running continuously. Please note that applications via email will not be accepted