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Radar Simulation & SIL Engineer

Software development that makes a difference

At Volvo Cars, we are making bold digital visions come true. We aim to lead in the automotive world by creating a digital ecosystem built around making our customers' lives less complicated. Now we are looking for curious, creative people who want to change the world through innovative thinking.

 

About our team R&D – Radar sensing 

Our department consists of around 200 persons that are responsible for the Active Safety platform and enabling Driver Assistance and Collision Avoidance functions. We are also responsible for making Autonomous Drive become a reality for the customer in the near future. To make this happen we are working closely with different stakeholders, function responsible, software developers and our external partners. 

 

Within our small team, Research and Simulation we are working with radar simulation and research and developing radar Software In the Loop (SIL). 

 

We are now looking for a Radar Simulation Engineer, in our Radar research team. 

 

You are a driven and self-motivated team player that likes to work in an agile development organisation. We are three teams of approximately 25 people working with our radar sensing Platform in current and future cars. Our team have a high level of trust and each team member is responsible to contribute to our team delivery and discussions. We are focusing in research together with external partners and work mostly with our future radar sensing platforms.   

 

Your key tasks 

As a Simulation and SIL engineer, you will be in the centre of the development. You will solve complex problems with an analytical, systematic approach. In your work you need to be able to work in a structured way, adopt to new tools, have a clear communication, and has easy to connect to stakeholders. You need to have the ability to balance expectations and needs in coming platforms. It is a close collaboration between teams working with development of sensors, software, sensor fusion and external partners e.g. Universities. 

 

Do you fit the profile? 

You have a solid background in automotive radar industry and have experience from simulation, signal processing, SW development and data analysis. You have a MSc within electronics, mechatronics, software or similar, have been working with Phyton or Mathlab. It is good if you have knowledge of OSI (Open Simulation Interface) , OpenDrive, OpenScenario and C++. You have ability to communicate in English and work well with others to ensure functionality in their design and being able to meet strict deadlines. 

 

How to learn more and apply
Submit your application via our career site no later than August 28th 2022. Please note that due to GDPR we cannot accept applications per email.


For questions about this position, please contact hiring manager Joel at joel.salmenius@volvocars.com, and for questions about the recruitment process, welcome to contact recruiter Dalila at dkendic@volvocars.com.


 

 

Who are we?

Everything we do starts with people. Our purpose is to provide freedom to move, in a personal, sustainable and safe way. We are committed to simplifying our customers’ lives by offering better technology solutions that improve their impact on the world and bringing the most advanced mobility innovations to protect them, their loved ones and the people around them. 


Volvo Cars’ continued success is the result of a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive working environment. The people of Volvo Cars are committed to making a difference in our world. Today, we are one of the most well-known and respected car brands, with over 40,000 employees across the globe. We believe in bringing out the best in each other and harnessing the true power of people. At Volvo Cars your career is designed around your talents and aspirations so you can reach your full potential. Join us on a journey of a lifetime as we create safety, autonomous driving and electrification technologies of tomorrow.

Gothenburg, SE

Job requisition ID:  59143

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