Scania • Södertälje • Heltid
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The world is changing rapidly and the demand for environmentally friendly engines and vehicles is constantly growing. For many years, Scania has been a leading developer of products in this segment and our objective is to accelerate the transition to sustainable transport systems. We are now in the process of developing the world's most sustainable transport solutions and we cannot achieve our goal without exhaust aftertreatment systems. Exhaust aftertreatment plays a central part in all our engine projects and therefore this area is of utmost importance in ensuring that Scania can develop the world's best and, above all, cleanest drivelines.
We want to change the world – do you?
The Engine Aftertreatment Control software group (NEFF) currently consists of 16 people who are responsible for the functionality of our catalytic converters and particulate filters. The group's work involves the regulation and diagnostics of exhaust aftertreament systems in all Scania's drivelines and engine projects. All Scania's driveline software is developed in-house and, for this reason, the work is very varied and requires good cooperation skills throughout the entire development chain.
In the role of software architect, you will work with experienced software developers, both within the group and across the whole company. You will focus on developing our overall software architecture. This will include investigating, designing and implementing technical solutions and concepts for the system and being involved in establishing the framework for the entire group.
An important aspect of the job also involves playing an active part in developing working methods and tools to support our long-term goals. As an architect, you have a strategically important role in a creative and dynamic work environment.
You are an engineer in the field of data engineering, information technology, electrical engineering, engineering physics or the equivalent. Previous experience of integrated systems is a requirement, together with a knowledge of Simulink and C programming.
You enjoy problem solving and thinking creatively. You are inspired by "the impossible" and always want to try to find the best and most effective solution. You have good communication skills and good spoken and written Swedish and English.
Are you a senior developer with experience of integrated software? Do you have the ability to identify or create structures in complex contexts? Then you're the person we're looking for!
As software is usually tested in the vehicle, it is a bonus to have a category B driving licence for cars and also a category C driving licence or advanced driver training. If you do not have a category C licence, but do have a car licence, you will be given the opportunity to take the category C licence during working hours.
As well as offering our employees career and development opportunities, we also provide other benefits, such as a company car, results bonus, company pension, flexible working hours, subsidised canteen and much more. If you live in Stockholm, we offer a direct bus service, the Scania Jobexpress, between Stockholm and Södertälje.
For more information
Please contact Robin Nyström, Head of Engine Aftertreatment Control, email@example.com Tel. +46 (0)8 553 724 31
Your application must include a personal letter and your CV. Selections will be made on an ongoing basis throughout the application period.
Scania is a world-leading provider of transport solutions, including trucks and buses for heavy transport applications combined with an extensive product-related service offering. Scania offers vehicle financing, insurance and rental services to enable our customers to focus on their core business. Scania is also a leading provider of industrial and marine engines. In 2019, we delivered 91,700 trucks, 7,800 buses as well as 10,200 industrial and marine engines to our customers. Net sales totalled to over SEK 152 billion, of which about 20 percent were services-related. Founded in 1891, Scania now operates in more than 100 countries and employs some 51,000 people. Research and development are concentrated in Sweden, with branches in Brazil and India. Production takes place in Europe, Latin America and Asia, with regional production centers in Africa, Asia and Eurasia. Scania is part of TRATON SE.