Test Engineer - Battery Lab

Det här jobbet är hämtat från Arbetsförmedlingen, rekryteringen utförs inte av Manpower

Teknik, Naturvetenskap
Antal tjänster: 
Who are we?
Volvo Cars is a company on a mission; to bring traditional car manufacturing into a connected, sustainable and smart future.
Since 1927, we have been a brand known for our commitment to safety, creating innovative cars that make life less complicated for our consumers. In 2010, we decided to transform our business, resulting in a totally new generation of cars and technologies, as well as steady growth and record sales. Today, we’re expanding our global footprint in Europe, China and the US, and we’re on the lookout for new talent.
We are constantly pushing our own skills and abilities to drive change in the automobile industry like never before. We are looking for innovative, committed people to join us in this endeavour and create safe, sustainable and connected cars. We believe in the power of people and will challenge and support you to reach your full potential. Join us and be part of Volvo Cars’ journey into the future.

What do we offer?
Propulsion & Climate Labs is Volvo Cars’ Centre for testing of propulsion systems, in complete vehicle as well as in component form. We operate and develop propulsion test facilities for vehicles, drivelines, electric motors, batteries and transmissions, as well as aerodynamic and climatic testing. Our work includes hardware- and software preparation of testing, test execution and processing of measurement data. 

To meet the future, we need to utilize state of the art methods to test and verify next generation cars in an efficient and correct manner. Do you want to be a part of an exciting phase where we develop the battery lab? Do you appreciate the combination of both practical and office work? Then the role as Test Engineer within the group Battery & Charging Lab is the place for you to prosper.

The battery lab is now expanding to a lab that can support the industrialization of the future electrified powertrains from Volvo Cars. We work tight together to develop the testing of battery cells to complete batteries. We are in a technology shift were the design is changing in a rapid pace and we as a team needs to be agile and at the same time deliver repeatable and precise data.

What you’ll do
You will perform tests on all levels in both stand-alone set-ups and with CAN and HIL-systems. You will be responsible for the daily operation of the test bed including ensure that all test equipment used is maintained and calibrated.  

Your daily work will code test programs, evaluate test results and prepare test objects as well as plan, execute and analyze tests together with internal customers. You will need to constantly learn new test methods and test systems and as we are in an expansion phase. 

Skills and Experience are Important:
•    Electronic/Electrical/Chemical Engineer or similar education
•    Experience from testing simulation or lab work 
•    Knowledge within Validation & Verification
•    Skills in CANanalyser and Python or similar
•    Knowledge in high voltage system, Li-ion cells or from SiL, MiL, HiL work is meritorious 

…but Personality & Potential are Key
You are an curios team player, who possess strong communication skills, but are also comfortable working independently. You have a genuine interest of batteries and working in labs, you love to learn new things! As a person, you are patience and have the ability to keep accuracy over time. 

How to Apply and Connect  
Is this you? Do not wait with your application! We will start the recruitment process immediately. To apply, please register your profile and attach your application documents via the link below, please note that due to GDPR we can’t handle applications via email. We welcome your application by May 7, 2021 at the latest.

For questions regarding the position please contact Hiring Manager Mia Meding at mia.meding@volvocars.com. For information regarding the recruitment process please contact sandra.viklund@volvocars.com.
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