The world is changing. How about you?
Do 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!
We imagine that our friends, families, and children are transported in a personal, sustainable, and safe way. What we build is a self-driving, fully electric, connected, and super safe Volvo car. We tend to see the future cars as a computer on wheels.
This is what your new colleagues do:
At Core System Platform we are building a computer-in-the-car architecture, a 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 NVIDIA DRIVE™ OS 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 you will do:
As a test developer within Core System Platform you will work as part of an agile team, verifying solutions which are safe and reliable. You will test software enabling our solutions to be compliant with the highest safety grades in the car industry.
Who are you?
We want to work with you who has a keen interest in modern computing technologies and want to work in an evolving industry. You like solving problems together with others. You are a customer-oriented person who enjoys being part of a team where you take own initiatives and take pride in your own and the team’s deliveries.
You and your skills:
Senior test developer:
Engineer with strong drive to learn and take own responsibility.
A humble team player who brings energy into the team.
Skilled in C++ 14 and Python (object oriented)
Skilled in generic development tools commonly used in a Linux environment.
Strong in requirement driven testing, following processes in a safety product.
Robot framework knowledge is meritorious, but not a must.
Possibility to either learn about automotive testing or use existing knowledge.
Focus will initially be on writing ASPICE SWE5 test cases based on requirements.
Work experience ~8-10 years
To be successful in this job we believe that you are a humble team player with great communications skills in English, both written and verbal.