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At Research & Development you will be a key contributor to the next generation outstanding luxury cars from Volvo. Together with other engineers around the world, you and your team will create innovative human-centric car technology that makes life less complicated and more enjoyable for people. Are you interested in design and connected car technology? Do you share our passion for people, the environment and our urge to create a superior driving experience? Research and Development is the place for you to prosper.
The department Electric Propulsion Systems is responsible for all development of all major parts of the hybrid and electric vehicle systems. Sub-system such as Batteries, Electric Drives, Power supply and Chargers are some of our responsibilities. The department is a part of the unit Powertrain. The group, Electrical Energy Storage System, within the department, is responsible for the traction Battery system and all its specifications. The battery is developed as a complete delivery unit by one sub-supplier. Within the group we are responsible for the usage of the battery including durability/life expectancy.
As Test Engineer you will work closely together with our HV battery test lab where we are evaluating and verifying individual cells, modules and complete systems. You will be working together with our cell experts and functionality development team. You will be responsible for development of test methods in the lab as well as taking part of the development of the lab as such. The lab as operators who perform tests according to established test methods. There is also test performed outside of Volvo Cars, you will be responsible for initialising and follow up as well as making sure the test is performed according to our need. You will also be working in close cooperation with our CAE engineers developing aging models and methods.
* Responsible for ordering and specifying tests of cells/systems towards Volvo Cars internal lab, supplier or external test labs
* Develop and verify test methods for cells and systems regarding durability together with our experts
* Secure coordination between our durability team, where you will be a natural part and test labs
* Follow up all test activities in project to secure complete validation of cells and systems regarding durability/life expectancy
* Develop Volvo Cars battery lab together with lab personnel and project leaders
* Be part of the durability team where you will verify CAE data and provide essential input
* Engineering degree or equivalent
* Experience from testing within or towards laboratories
* Able to use CAE tools like Matlab for evaluation purpose
* Fluent in English, written and spoken
* Any previous work related to LI-ion batteries is meritorious
* High integrity and professionalism
* Passion for electrification
* Open minded and pragmatic
* Structured and well organised
About Volvo Car Group
The future belongs to those who are empowered by a great idea and have the ability to carry it out. At Volvo Car Group, our vision is clear: "To be the world's most progressive and desired luxury car brand" by simplifying people's lives. We have bold targets when it comes to innovation, sales and customer satisfaction and to make this happen, we need talented people onboard. People with passion, energy, business sense and the drive to innovate. People that want to create the next generation Volvo cars in a global, dynamic and respectful environment. We will support you to reach your full potential. Join us on this exciting journey into the future.
In this recruitment process we are collaborating with Randstad Professionals. If you have any questions regarding the position you are welcome to contact the responsible recruitment consultant Therese Selander by e-mail [email protected]
note that applications by e-mail will not be accepted and that your application documents should be written in English.
Interviews will be held continuously. To apply, please register your profile and attach your application documents via the link below as soon as possible but no later than September 27th, 2016.