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Scania is now undergoing a transformation from being a supplier of trucks, buses and engines to a supplier of complete and sustainable transport solutions.
Do you want to join and drive the shift to a sustainable transport system?
Scania’s purpose is to drive the shift towards a sustainable transport system, creating a world of mobility that is better for business, society and the environment. Following the 2020 launch of Scania’s first fully electric truck, over the coming years, we will develop a range of electrified vehicles for all applications including long-haulage.
We are looking for several development engineers to expand our battery cell development team on the mission to develop the best battery cells for Scania's applications.
Our ambition is to tailor battery cells for our applications with well-balanced trade-offs between energy, power and life and develop usage strategies with optimized customer value in focus. To achieve this, we specify cell requirements based on vehicle and customer demands. We follow up the cell development at our cell suppliers as well as we plan, specify and follow up the internal test and validation. Battery simulation from cell to system level is also part of our development process as well as data analytics in order to turn battery data from cell to vehicle tests and operating data into value for our customers. We make sure that our colleagues at the other battery HW and SW teams have the right knowledge on the battery cell in order to deliver excellent system design and control. In the vehicle projects we cooperate cross-functionally with production, sales & marketing and aftermarket.
Your responsibility in the team
You will be working as a development engineer within the battery cell development team. The main focuses of the currently available positions are:
• Cell requirement and test specification. Battery development experience required.
• Battery data analytics. Good knowledge of data analysis tools e.g. Matlab is required.
• Cell simulation. Good knowledge of battery simulation software required.
You are part of a highly motivated and inspiring team of competent engineers. We cooperate within the team, with other teams at Scania as well as within the VW group and with suppliers. Together with your colleagues you have the possibility to influence the team's processes and deliveries. We work actively with improving our methods on a continuous basis and have a culture that welcomes new ideas and approaches.
To succeed in a development engineer role in the battery cell development team we expect that you have:
• a MSc or PhD within chemistry, materials or other relevant science or engineering discipline,
• experience from Li-ion battery technology i.e. cell design, testing, production or similar or other relevant background,
• experience from research & development within automotive industry,
• good knowledge of English (knowledge of Swedish and German is meriting).
As a person, we believe that you are:
• engaged, curious and have the ability and will to bring new ideas and achieve results,
• a good communicator and see the benefits of cooperation and team work,
• flexible, enjoy a fast pace and being involved in diversified activities,
• structured and work independently while at the same time having the team’s results in focus.
Looking forward to your application!
For further information
Please contact Verena Löfqvist Klass, PhD, Head of Cell Development – UBCM, [email protected]
We look forward to receiving your application including a CV, cover letter and copies of degrees and certificates. Selections will be done on an ongoing basis.
Scania is a world-leading provider of transport solutions. Together with our partners and customers we are driving the shift towards a sustainable transport system. In 2020, we delivered 66,900 trucks, 5,200 buses as well as 11,000 industrial and marine power systems to our customers. Net sales totalled to over SEK 125 billion, of which over 20 percent were services-related. Founded in 1891, Scania now operates in more than 100 countries and employs some 50,000 people. Research and development are mainly concentrated in Sweden. Production takes place in Europe and Latin America with regional product centres in Africa, Asia and Eurasia. Scania is part of TRATON GROUP. For more information visit: http://www.scania.com.