Do you have good leadership and organisational skills, and are you looking for a job in advanced technology development that contributes to environmental improvements? Then this is the job for you!
The control systems for our engines are key to function, performance and environmental impact. Engine Control Diagnostics is responsible for requirements setting and central functionality for diagnosis and workshop tests within the control systems for engines and aftertreatment. This involves ensuring that the systems comply with the legal requirements for diagnosis, that we follow the safety standards in force for the systems, and that our systems are simple to troubleshoot in workshops. The field of diagnostics, including OBD (On Board Diagnostics), consists of several different functions and systems. We participate in all engine projects, regardless of whether they relate to diesel, renewable fuels or hybridisation. We apply a lean/agile business strategy.
As the team leader (scrum master), you will facilitate all of the group’s work and for OBD you will be the key person who coordinates the work carried out by many different groups.
As team leader, you will facilitate the group’s planning of work periods (sprints), day-to-day work, follow-up meetings, etc.
For OBD you will coordinate and follow up on other groups’ deliveries in order to be able to produce diagnosis-related information and be able to perform OBD certifications at Scania Technical Centre and in other places around the world.
A natural part of the work will be to continuously improve tools and process for issue management, requirements and specifications, etc.
You will work closely with colleagues within the group, which will also allow you to broaden/deepen your skills within our various career paths. The group is characterised by cohesion, diversity and enormous enthusiasm for development both professionally and as individuals.
A degree in engineering or equivalent documented education/experience in embedded systems and/or performance management.
You will be proficient in written and spoken English and have the desire to learn Swedish, if you cannot already speak it.
Knowledge of engine technology, diagnosis, Lean development, legal requirement work, issue management or project management would be an advantage.
Organised and responsible.
Management skills that enable you to include people in plans and change management.
Good social/communicative skills.
For more information
Contact Henric Nordlöf, +46 (0)8-553 82717 (Group Manager)
In addition to career and development opportunities, we can also offer Scania employees other benefits, such as a company car, performance bonuses, a pension, flexible working hours, lunch at reduced prices and much more. If you live in Stockholm, we offer a direct bus service between Stockholm and Södertälje, the Scania Jobexpress.
Your application should include a CV, cover letter and copies of any certificates. Selections will be made on an ongoing basis throughout the application period.