Finally, it really happens! Electrical vehicles are entering the market, and they need to charge. Do you want to play a key role in growing the business of electric vehicle charging solutions and at the same time help us to enable fossil-free living within one generation? Join us in our journey to become one of the top 3 players on our markets!
We aim to be the customers' first choice in the Nordic market by providing solutions truly satisfying the customers. Since the market is rapidly developing, we are working in a dynamic business environment where each person in the team is key to success.
We are now looking for an enthusiastic and hands-on engineer to join our team!
The Charge point engineer is responsible for the technical dimension of the charging infrastructure of BU E-Mobility. This role includes developing, testing and maintaining the hard- and software of chargers and its charge points and networks.
Key deliverables and activities
The Charge point engineer is responsible for executing activities for the onboarding and maintenance of the EMobility charge points and the E-Mobility network of Vattenfall across Europe – in close cooperation with Product owners and other operational roles – in order to manage the performance, risks and costs throughout the life cycle of these assets in line with the strategy and business plan of BU E-Mobility.
Leading technical requirements of charge points
The Charge point engineer is leading the set-up of technical requirements for new hard- and software and is identifying the potential implications towards operations.
Test new assets
The Charge point engineer is responsible for the testing of new hard- and software of the charge points, and for ensuring that the obligated certificates for these charge points are in place, in order to enable the building of a sustainable E-Mobility network across Europe.
Steer technical problem solving
The Charge point engineer leads third line escalations towards suppliers and has a central role in the solution finding for complex technical problems.
Provide technical information on charge points
The Charge point engineer creates, collects and maintains technical information on the hard- and software of the charge points and the charge point network. Responsibility is as well, to provide this information to stakeholders, in order to solve technical issues and to make strategic decisions regarding the performance, risks and costs throughout the life cycle of these charge points in line with the strategy and business plan of BU E-Mobility.
Report on charge points status
The Charge point engineer consolidates the data on the overall technical performance, measured by KPI's.
Furthermore you match the following requirements:
Relevant Bachelor's degree
Relevant working experience at least 3-5 years (e.g from the e-mobility, smart energy or consumer electronics industries)
Experience in embedded systems or electrical engineering
Experienced in working with/in operations teams
Fluent in English (written and spoken)
Analytical, problem solver, negotiator
Crisis management skills
Team player and strong communication skills
Commitment and willingness to take own initiative and be hands-on
Open, Active, Positive and Innovative attitude
Willingness to travel within Europe at least 1x per month
Does this sound thrilling?
We welcome your application, including CV and cover letter via the application button at this page. Selection and interviews are made continuously, so please submit your application already today! Last day to apply is on May 23rd 2022.
Location: Solna / Sweden
For more information about the position please contact Hiring Manager Stefan Lutz, firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions regarding the recruitment process please contact Cecilia Wijkman, email@example.com
Trade union representatives in Sweden, to be contacted through Vattenfall´s switchboard +46 8 739 50 00 – Per Svensson (Akademikerna), Jens Morell (Unionen), Cecilia Bodin (Ledarna), Mikael Mukka Ekwall (SEKO).
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Since Vattenfall is part of the Swedish critical infrastructure many of our positions are security classed. If this position is security classed the final candidates can be subject to a security vetting process, according to the Swedish legislation.