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The Koenigsegg Software and Electronics team is responsible for designing and developing the hardware and software for the in-vehicle infotainment system, electronic control units (ECU) and supporting tools. We are working very closely with the other engineering, prototype, production, and aftermarket departments. We are now looking to expand the team with an ambitious and skilled software engineer with the ability to transform product requirements and production needs into state-of-the-art solutions and further advance the embedded system technologies in our cars and having fun throughout the journey!

The responsibilities associated with this position put a strong requirement on your ability to cooperate with other departments in other technical domains. The development activities are primarily focused on the embedded systems, ECU development and electromechanical integrations, for all the non-powertrain, non-infotainment systems in our hyperarcs.


- Design, implement, integrate, and debug low level and application-level software for Koenigsegg’s in-house Body Controllers.
- Formulate new concepts and algorithms for Koenigsegg’s body related applications.
- Support our production line, prototype, and service departments.
- Support software QA and optimize I/O performance.
- Analyze and enhance efficiency, stability, and scalability of the system resources.
- Work with a small, agile, cross-functional team of hardware engineers, software engineers, designers, and technicians.
- Participate in the development of our way of working.

Need to have

The passion to be one of the small team building the fastest, and most interesting cars in the world.

- Proven working experience in software engineering.
- 0 - 1 years of relevant experience.
- Fluency in English.
- Proficiency in C programming.
- Hands-on experience with development and troubleshooting low-level and high-level embedded software in a real-time environment.
- Embedded systems debugging skills.
- High standards for clean code quality, maintainability, and performance.
- Knowledge of git or similar version control system.
- Adequate knowledge of reading schematics and data sheets for components.
- Willingness to learn new technologies.


- Previous Formula Student or Motorsport experience (or similar) is a plus.
- Knowledge of how a car works and how its systems and components interact is a plus
- Knowledge of C++ and Python.
- Experience working with CAN, LIN protocols and similar diagnostics and automotive tools and standards.
- Embedded systems debugging skills.
- Experience in troubleshooting automotive electrical systems.
- Ability to work in a multi-tasking environment with regular context switching.
- Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.


- According to agreement
- Full time

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.

Detta är en jobbannons med titeln "Embedded Software Engineer - Body Control and Comfort" hos företaget Koenigsegg Automotive AB och publicerades på webbjobb.io den 22 september 2022 klockan 10:00.

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