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Data Analysis at Safety Centre -Summer Worker

Are you a student interested in the mobility of the future and curious about life at Volvo Cars? Then our summer work can be something for you!

Each year, Volvo Cars welcome students as Summer Workers to our sites in Gothenburg, Olofström, Skövde och Lund. As a Summer Worker at Volvo Cars you can work in production, in one of our storages or at the office. Spending a few weeks in our team is a great way for you to get an insight to what life at Volvo Cars can be like and gives you a basic understanding of our operations. It also provides you with a strong network in our organization, which can be of value in your future career.  The number of Summer Worker positions and work areas varies from year to year.


Who we are?

At Volvo Cars Safety Centre, we strive every day to make the world a safer place for vehicle occupants, their loved ones, and the people around them. Covering the Safety and Durability attributes, we bravely lead the way for safety in and support of the company’s strategic direction: Freedom to move in a personal, sustainable and safe way.

The Data, Analytics and Artificial Intelligence team works in large part with real world safety data to understand and explain accident and injury causation mechanisms. Thus we lay foundations for future safety features and functions in upcoming car development programs. We provide our knowledge to our car programmes through data analysis and knowledge needed to help drive the engineering of world leading products. The work is performed in close collaboration with Volvo Cars digital organisation that provides us the digital infrastructure for retrieving and analysing real world data.


Who you are?

We are looking for a summer worker to support the Data Analytics and AI group at Volvo Cars’ Safety Centre with the coding of crash-relevant information in our crash database derived from different document types. The work covers different aspects such as reviewing and evaluating available information for correctness and plausibility, and coding or correcting data in our database, respectively.

Due to the nature of work, you should be at least 18 years old, with fluency in Swedish and must have a work permit in Sweden. Additionally, you should be familiar with Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat. Some experiences in health or emergency care, or social work will be preferred.

The applicant must successfully participate in mandatory GDPR training at the beginning of the summer work. The expected work time is six weeks in the period June to August 2024.


Personal qualities:

  • Passion for data collection and analysis
  • Structured way of working
  • A self-driven and Willingness to learn and improve.  

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden


How to learn more and apply?

Does this sound like an exciting summer work? 

You are welcome with your application by submitting your resume and cover letter via the link below no later than the 5th of March 2024. Interviews will be held continuously.

Please note that applications via email will not be accepted due to GDPR. For question about the job role, please contact the hiring manager Ashok Chaitanya Koppisetty, For questions about the recruitment process, please contact recruiter Vaidehi Umesh Babu,


Volvo Cars - Driving change together​

Volvo Cars’ success is the outcome of a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive working environment. Today, we are one of the most well-known and respected car brands, with around 43,000 employees across the globe. At Volvo Cars, your career is designed around your skills and aspirations, allowing you to reach your fullest potential.​ 

By 2025, we aim to sell 1.2 million cars annually, with 50 per cent being electric cars and sold directly to customers mainly through digital channels. Make sure you’re in the front seat on this exciting journey as we pioneer the driving and electrification technologies of the future.


Gothenburg, SE, 40531

Job requisition ID:  69553

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