Embedded SW Development for Core System Platform

Volvo Cars (Swedish: Volvo personvagnar), stylized as VOLVO, is a Swedish luxury vehicles company. It is headquartered on Torslanda in Gothenburg and is a subsidiary of the Chinese automotive company Geely. The company manufactures and markets sport utility vehicles, station wagons, sedans and compact executive sedans. The Volvo Group was founded in 1927 as a subsidiary of the ball bearing manufacturer SKF. When AB Volvo was introduced on the Stockholm stock exchange in 1935, SKF sold most of the shares in the company.

Embedded SW Developers to Core System Platform
Enabling future car technology

The world is changing. How about you?
Would you want to be part of our exciting journey in making people´s lives less complicated and play a key role in enabling the digital transformation of the entire car - then come join our team!

This is what your new colleagues do

At Core System Platform we are building a computer-in-the-car architecture - key for enabling innovation within areas such as advanced connectivity, machine learning and autonomous drive.
Our mission is to create a Vehicle Control Unit platform using new technologies like driveOS and NVidia’s latest chip technology in combination with more traditional car signaling technologies.
We are dedicated to deliver platform functions simplifying the application development to create a safe, reliable and secure platform solution within Volvo Cars for increased innovation and speed.

What your team will do

The Vehicle Control Unit contains a high speed NVidia processor and you will contribute with building supporting functions in the platform domain enabling efficient application development.
The main challenges you will solve together will be in creating services for the application layer development using mainly C and C++ in a modern development environment.
What you will develop depends on the requirements from applications and stakeholders - defining the basic functions of the platform.
High emphasis are on building reliant and fault tolerant code enabling the platform to safely interact with critical functions of the car, needed for our evolvement towards enabling a fully autonomous and personalized user experience
Fulfilling our vision – the agile teams take full responsibility for the development of the functions - including participation in requirement definition, implementation, test development, continuous integration and verification of the functionality.

You and your skills
As a person we expect you to have experience and interest in developing embedded C and C++ software in a GIT based Linux development environment.
Experience in embedded SW-platforms, Python scripting, test methods using tools like GTest and Awesome Framework. Of course other languages, in particular Rust, as well experience QNX OS, NVidia driveOS or also key competences for our future. 
Overall we want to work together with YOU who have keen interest in SW development and want to be part of building a new sw-defined electrical car architecture.
We expect you to continuously sharpen you skill in SW development as well as being curios to learn, understand and master car-specific domain requirements required for the next generation of cars. 

How to learn more and apply
Are you curious yet and maybe have some questions? Drop an email or call the hiring manager Fredrik Ivarsson; Email: fredrik.ivarsson.2@volvocars.com or Phone: +46702301612.  For questions regarding the recruitment process, please contact senior recruiter Maria Westermark, maria.westermark@volvocars.com,
To apply, please register your profile at our career site and attach your application documents as soon as possible but no later than August 30th, 2019. But recruitment will start August 5.
Please note that applications by e-mail will not be accepted.
As we use our own channels for recruitment we respectfully but strictly decline to be contacted for any offer of recruitment assistance from external companies.

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Volvo Car Corporation

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13 december 2019