Who we are
At the Agile Release Train Core System Components (ARTCSC), within Software & Electronics Platform, we develop and maintain the components CEM and VCU1, plus supporting future platforms. Your main responsibility to start with will be the SW responsible for the VCU1.
We are dedicated to building cross-functional and empowered teams and an agile environment where we learn every day, challenge each other, and give continuous feedback.
We are now looking for a SW Responsible/SW GDL to join our agile development teams on their exciting journey!
Who you are
We think you are a self-driven team player with high ambitions and both a sense of ownership and dedication to quality in everything you do. You take a structured approach to your work and have analytical skills that you have successfully applied to complex engineering tasks in the past.
You collaborate well with your peers and are open to sharing your work and expertise, and you are also not afraid to ask when you need their help. At the same time, you have no problem stating your own opinion and setting high standards when collaborating with e.g. suppliers.
You communicate well in English and have a B.Sc. or equivalent within Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Mechatronics or similar area of education. An M.Sc. is extra meritorious. You must have previous experience from working with SW and suppliers, working and releasing SW in KDP is an extra plus.
We expect you to have experience from automotive software design and development, system engineering, embedded software testing, continuous integration and Autosar.
What will you do?
As part of an ARTCSC empowered agile team, you will ensure the delivery and quality in the software release for the VCU1. This unit is a central part of our current software & electronic platform, realizing important software functionality – both on system service and customer function level. As an instrumental part of this puzzle, you will track and control the software development flow, manage the different SW configurations and ensure the completeness and correctness of the team’s deliveries. This will require you to have an understanding of both the content and intent of the software itself and the company software development process, tools, and procedures – more specifically the software build chain and automated test/continuous integration flow