ESW Application enginer developing SW functionalities for aftertreatment systems Emission
Aftertreatment (EATS) Systems, a department within Powertrain Engineering, is looking for a skilled SW application engineer to develop new and maintain controls functionalities in an embedded SW environment. You will be part of many aspects of development and implementation of software functionalities and features. You and the scrum-team will understand the legal and customer requirements, discuss and design robust software solutions, implement and verify the solution.
The work also involves maintaining our functionality in our production fleet and to create good software documentation for both internal and external customers.
A working day can be both software developments in front of the computer, as well as driving a truck, verifying your developed functionality.
We value your skills within control theory, Matlab/Simulink and a positive and curious attitude. As a Software application engineer within EATS Control you will be part of a cross-functional team working in an agile framework. Within EATS control we have two teams focusing either on DOC (Diesel Oxidation Catalyst) and DPF (Diesel Particulate Filtration) area, or SCR (Selective Catalyst Reduction) and UDS (Urea Dosing System) area. We work in agile teams of 5-7 colleagues with complementary skills committed to a common purpose.
Every team plan their work in 3 week sprints and deliver solutions together as a team.
We mostly use the graphical programing tool, Simulink/Targetlink.
For fault-tracing and to improve our software architecture and testing framework, we use python, m-scripting, and C programming too.