Developer – Control Systems

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  • Full Time
  • Sweden

Website Freevalve

Overview:

Work on a highly intelligent, lightweight and motivated team to achieve our goal of revolutionizing the combustion engine with Freevalve technology. As a developer in the Control Systems team, you will work with embedded electronics and software, utilizing the full capabilities of the FreeValve system. That may involve electronics construction, developing valve control strategies, writing technical documentation as well as hands on implementation in engine test cells and vehicles.

Responsibilities:
– Construct, evaluate and test embedded electronic circuits
– Design and update PCBs for use in automotive applications
– Program real time embedded systems in C/C++
– Write technical documentation

Basic Qualifications:
– Degree in relevant field
– 3-5 years of experience in embedded systems development
– Experience in C/C++
– Hands on experience with electronics
– Fluent in English

Preferred Skills and Experience:
– Mechatronics experience
– Knowledge of combustion engines and technology
– Experience with XCP/CCP, CAN, OBD-II, Autosar
– Experience with NXP (Freescale) PPC based automotive MCU’s with TPU
– Additional programming skills in Assembler, Python and Java
– Experience in software development for PC and other hardware platforms
– Experience in automotive applications

Additional Requirements:

We currently have 13 employees with their eyes set on writing the future of transportation. Passion and will to surpass existing standards is our most valuable characteristic, and we expect you to have that as well. This job grants a large amount of freedom and responsibility, and at times that will mean long hours and pressure to achieve results. However, it also means that your name will be hand-scribed into the ground-breaking innovation that this company will achieve.

To apply for this job email your details to allan.nielsen@freevalve.com

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Sam joined the UKi Media & Events automotive team in 2017, having recently graduated from the University of Brighton with a degree in journalism. For the newest addition to the editorial team, stepping into the assistant editor position signalled the start of a career in the subject he studied. In addition to his work on UKi’s automotive titles, Sam also contributes to Stadia, writing content for the magazine and website.