The Koenigsegg Powertrain Software and Testing Team is responsible for programming, diagnosing, and calibrating vehicle functions in C to control all aspects of vehicle powertrain systems. The strongest emphasis is on the overall safety of the vehicle while still maintaining an extreme level of performance.
Responsibilities of the Senior Engine Controls Engineer:
- Combustion engine control logic and testing
- Combustion engine diagnostics logic and testing
- Vehicle emissions certification calibration and testing
- Traction control systems
- Vehicle dynamics, drivability, the ‘fun factor’
- Transmission control logic and testing
- Formula Student, FSAE, Motorsports, and/or Automotive experience.
- Project car or self-maintained track day car is a plus.
- Good interpersonal skills and ability to train others.
- Competency in C/C++.
- Professional level of English.
- Strong ability to troubleshoot automotive systems, both electrical and mechanical.
- Strong ability to analyze the impact of a change on the car as a whole, not just one subsystem.
- BS in Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering, or similar.
Koenigsegg is most known for building some of the fastest cars in the world; with almost all of our megacar technologies that are patented and made in-house by our almost 500 world-class technicians, engineers, sourcing experts, production craftsmen, and communicators.
What we’ve created is a unique proving ground of engineering creativity that makes use of our breakthrough megacar development and legacy to push the boundaries of sustainable mobility technology.
So, what’s next?
We are on a universe-denting mission to develop the next generation of breakthrough tech and products. We are looking for outstanding, impactful, and authentic individuals to grow with us. Our ambitions are inspiring but will push the limits of what is possible – requiring one to work efficiently amid our cross-functional teams to execute at high-quality levels.
The goal is clear: innovate and transform.