Building cutting-edge solutions for our customers requires state of the art organisations – are you one of the pieces in the puzzle we are looking for? Do you want to code awesome stuff to contribute to the sustainable transport system?
Transport Efficiency Tools develops tools to improve efficiency, profitability and sustainability in our customers operations by digitalising its core processes. The department is today around 100 employees and growing.
We are looking to strengthen the team with a full stack developer.
You will be an important part of a DevOps-inspired team that develops driver and vehicle evaluation tools for our services.
We believe that autonomous teams stimulates creativity and responsibility. We encourage you to drive development in your area ahead, by learning new technologies and helping out in other areas of your interest.
You have probably been working a few years within system development and are constantly looking to develop your competence and yourself as a person. You are a natural team player that puts solving customer problems first on the agenda.
You have the will, experience and capacity to co-develop great architecture and working methods. You love to take ideas into action by writing high quality code. You are skilled, or at least interested, in functional programming and domain driven design. Your focus has been within backend development but at least you know how to make a good interface to frontend.
Relevant backend-stuff: C#, .Net, micro services, REST, WebAPI, SQLServer/NoSQL, VisualStudio, Java, Scala.
Relevant frontend-stuff: Experience from a JS framework. e.g. React, Redux, AngularJS, Ember.js, or Backbone.js.
Experience from AWS is meriting and fluency in English is a requirement.
As a Scania employee you are offered, in addition to personal and professional development opportunities, benefits; option to sign an agreement for an employee car, mutual bonus, occupational 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 Job Express.
For further information
If you find this position interesting and want more information, please contact: Anders Hasselkvist, +46 8 553 52104, Head of Driver & Vehicle Evaluation.
Your application should include a cover letter and a CV. Interviews will be scheduled continuously.
If you have problems with your registration please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org Enter Scanias Job ID and the ad headline in the subject line. Attach your resume, cover letter and relevant copies. We also need your full name, Swedish identity number, address, e-mail and mobile number to make your application complete