Insights from the team
We are looking for a design engineer to join the “Medic” team. The team has a broad scope of responsibilities, making the development vehicles real starting from sensor specification to mounting the sensor in a vehicle. We have a car fleet that is maintained and improved with the most modern HW and tools to gather data from around the world. If you want to work with developing Zenseact's development fleet vehicles this is the team for you!
The team is responsible for design, order and build of systems in our test vehicles. The test vehicles are used for development within the area of autonomous drive as well as advanced driving systems. This require skills within areas like, hardware and sensors, electrical design, system design and prototype build.
You will work close together with suppliers, teams that are responsible for vehicle build and SW development in an agile environment. The Medic team’s deliveries are prototype vehicles with high quality and great design.
As a member of the Medic team you will work within several of these areas:
- System design of development vehicles
- Verification of development system
- Support and fault tracing in vehicle
- Harness design and building of prototypes
- Procurement and purchasing of parts
- Create instructions and drawings
We are looking for a reliable team player with a positive can-do attitude. Zenseact strives for innovation, where your courage to push boundaries and try new things contribute to that. Hands-on experience will outrun formal education, but we see a relevant educational background within Electrical Engineering or Telecommunication as something that can boost you.
Most importantly, your experience from HW / design project, preferably within the automotive/telecom industry will make you successful in working both in an theoretical and practical environment. We wish that you have a strong interest and drive to work with components/vehicles within the areas of Active safety and Autonomous Driving.
Hard requirements for the role is Drivers license B (valid in Sweden) along with adequate driving experience.
Nice-to-have and something that will give you an extra edge is experience within any of the following areas:
- Automotive knowledge and vehicle communication protocols
- Harness / cables manufacturing and soldering
- ZUKEN E3 and Solidworks
- Vector tools CANoe
- Fault tracing of electrical/communication systems
More about Zenseact
Zenseact’s purpose is to make safe and intelligent mobility real, for everyone, everywhere. We develop the complete software stack for ADAS and AD, from sensing to actuation. Our focus is to build a single cutting-edge software platform in order to serve various levels of autonomy and offer unequaled scalability at the same time. We operate out of Gothenburg, Sweden and Shanghai, China. Zenseact’s first self-driving deployment will be launched on the next-generation vehicle platform from Volvo Cars.
Self-driving cars, when real, is estimated to reduce fatal car accidents with more than 85%, saving more than 50,000 persons from dying in car accidents caused by human errors each year. We feel that is a goal worth pursuing.
But technology, software, tools and datasets would not mean much without the best people behind the wheel to drive them. At Zenseact, some five hundred of the best engineering minds globally, stationed across two continents, are collaborating with the same passion: to bring autonomous driving to the streets for real and create a safer journey for everyone. This is part of our culture and how we work, develop and grow together.
Zenseact works proactively to create a culture of diversity and inclusion, where individual differences are appreciated and respected. To drive innovation we see diversity as an asset, which means we value and respect differences in gender, race, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation or age etc.
Interviews are held on a continuous basis, so we highly recommend that you submit your application at your earliest convenience.