- Are you a creative person that enjoys working with people from all parts of the organisation?
- Do you want to join a small, experienced team with Scania key-knowledge?
- Do you like problem solving?
Then you should join our Systems Hardware Architecture team at Scania!The Group
The Systems Hardware Architecture group is responsible for the overall electrical systems architecture in Scania vehicles. We meet future needs with clever system design and scalable architecture solutions. We work according to the Scania modular principles and strive for a robust and manageable electrical system, in order to continue to offer our customers world class functionality. We are working with both traditional vehicle systems as well as advanced driver support functions (ADAS), electro-mobility and autonomous vehicles.Your Role
As a Systems Hardware architect you are a part of our embedded systems development projects, ensuring that our innovations fit together and creating the best possible solutions for our customers. With focus on the electrical system you also work close together with engineers responsible for mechanics, installation and production to find the optimal solutions.
Participating in early product development projects in order to align the work between different areas is also a part of your responsibility.
Working closely with the entire section Systems Architecture with its deep knowledge within Safety, Security, Diagnosis and Functional Architecture is a natural part of the role.Your profile
You probably have a background in electrical systems design, like sensors, harness or ECU´s, and experience from systems development, electrical engineering or mechatronics. You have a university degree in engineering.
You are a highly motivated person that likes to cooperate and take responsibility and is fluent in both written and spoken Swedish and English.For further information
Thomas Strange, Group Manager, please call +46 (0)8-553 536 21Application
Your application should contain CV, personal letter and relevant copies of certificates.