Ever imagined being at the forefront of autonomous driving technology? Want to work with a diverse team that thrives on innovation? Do you want to work with cutting-edge technology in a warm inclusive culture, with highly skilled people - and help save millions of lives in the process? At Zenseact, we're looking for a Systems Engineer who can make us bridge the gap between system and software engineering, by further analysis and development of our in-house developed traceability tool for our software requirements. Apply today, no CV needed at first stage, only contact information, we'll cover the rest later.
Insights from the team
Our Derp team, led by a Product Owner and Engineering Manager, focuses on the development and execution of company processes for Release, Change request, Problem, and Configuration management, as well as automizing the release reports and quality assurance of the product. Comprising of Process and Python developers, we handle the prerequisites, execution, and maintenance of these processes and tools.
Your mission and day-to-day tasks
The role as a Systems Engineer for our software requirement traceability tool, has the main responsibility of securing the correct implementation of our requirement traceability model between our Feature Design and our software documentation and implementation. This requirement handling tool also have numerous quality assurance reports and KPIs generated out from it, assisting the company keep track of the overall release readiness and quality of the product.
Typical tasks on a day to day include:
- Requirement Traceability Tool (Doorstop)
- Analyze potential updates to the tool to ensure it fits the company's traceability model
- Be part of discussions in regards to the requirement traceability model
- Further develop the tool itself
- Provide support to it's users
- Release- and quality assurance automation
- Refining and updating the traceability- and test reports
- Refining how to best communicate and visualize the current status
What's in it for you:
You will be in the center of our product development, coordinating both our customer and program management, System & Feature design, Software Design as well as our verification teams. They are all part of fulfilling our Product traceability and Release documentation, that Team Derp is responsible to secure.
Qualifications & experience
To thrive in this role, you should be a curious problem solver with a solid background in Systems Engineering and a great understanding of tool development in Python. You should excel in troubleshooting and take pride in your domain. Familiarity with Agile or Scrum frameworks is a plus, and you should value the power of teamwork.
In addition, we believe you meet the following requirements:
- Education in Software development, Software engineering, Computer science, or relevant higher education.
- 3+ years as a Systems Engineer
- 1+ year within Python development
- Fluent in English.
Nice to have
- SystemWeaver, Git, Gerrit, Jenkins, GoCD, Elastic/Grafana databases, MySQL databases, C++, Artifactory, Linux, .json, .xml, .html, Jfrog artifactory.
What more do we offer?
Flexible-remote way of working: Zenseact has a flexible and modern approach, thus is happy to offer to its employees the possibility for a combination of work at the office and from home. This doesn't include fully remote work from outside Sweden/China.
More about Zenseact
Our software makes a difference.
Using AI-based technology to create the ultimate driver support, we’re fighting to end car accidents and make roads safe for everyone. Every year, around 1,4 million people die in traffic while approximately 50 million people get injured. Many get disabled as a result of their injury. We can do better.
One purpose, one product.
We’re a software company dedicated to revolutionizing car safety. By designing the complete software stack for autonomous driving and advanced driver-assistance systems, we’re fighting to end car accidents and make roads safe for everyone. Zenseact was founded by Volvo Cars, and the teams are based in Gothenburg, Sweden, and Shanghai, China. When we aim for zero accidents faster, we strive to speed up the transition to safe automation. This is essentially achieved by making cars updatable – like a computer or a phone. With regular software updates, a vehicle can be made safer long after its production. By accelerating improvement loops, shortening development cycles, and deploying high-capacity software quickly, we can make cars safer, faster.
Culture with people at heart
To achieve our mission of saving lives and ending traffic accidents is to go where nobody has before. It requires us to venture into the unknown, pioneering new technology and pushing the frontier of autonomous driving. While there’s no denying our determination and expertise, we must stand united to succeed. By fostering a culture of support and enablement – a place of psychological safety where all of us can thrive – everything else will follow. We call this a people-at-heart culture. This culture means caring. It means the company cares about me, and we care about one another. It means sharing, so we give each other energy and have fun together. Our culture is also about belonging. It’s important to feel at home and that we can be ourselves at work. Finally, a people-at-heart culture means well-being. So, we enjoy the flexibility needed to be and do our best – at work and in life.
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.