Scania genomgår nu en transformation från att vara en leverantör av lastbilar, bussar och motorer till en leverantör av kompletta och hållbara transportlösningar.
Do you want to be part in both using and developing our state of the art simulation platform of a vehicle?
Do you want to work on the big picture, but still dive down into the details?
Do you want to
Then you are the person we are looking for at the Software Simulation Platform group. We are responsible for developing Scania’s Software In the Loop (SIL) platform environment,
and now is the right time for us to utilize your development skills
The final product of our group will be a state of the art simulation platform software, for all Scania developed embedded software, where not only the mechatronic hardware is simulated but also their embedded software is executed.
- Develop models for the simulation environment
- Coordinate and integrate models from other Scania domains
- Work in parallel with other groups in order to widen your colleague network
- Gain a broad understanding of most of Scania’s vehicles’ systems and functions
With us, innovation is important, and we work on continuous improvements. You will already from the start be able to adopt and shape the group’s working methods.
- You are a person with good communication skills who likes to drive things forward together with others.
- You are a graduate engineer with experience
simulation models and relevant software tools. - You are experienced in MatLab Simulink or equivalent.
Prior experience in
automated test systems, SIL
or other types of simulation environments is an advantage.
For more information
Please contact Charlotta Barker, Section Manager, +46 (0)8-553 896 59, or
Peter Samuelsson, Group Manager +46 (0)8-553 803 38.
Apply via our homepage
at Scania latest by August 26. Due to holiday the last application date is extended. Our regular holiday period is weeks 29 – 32. Job id 20181393.
Your application should include a covering letter, CV and copies of your education certificate.
Selections and interviews will take place on an ongoing basis throughout the application period.