Engineer – Auxiliary Systems R&D

  • Full Time
  • Sweden

Website Freevalve


Work on a highly intelligent, lightweight and motivated team to achieve our goal of revolutionizing the combustion engine with Freevalve technology. As a simulation engineer for our team, you will advance our analysis capabilities to supplement critical design decisions moving forward.


  • Design, test and build supporting components to Freevalve system including compressors, heat exchangers, pumps, valves and control methodologies
  • Work closely with simulation and testing team to make design decisions
  • Develop and help execute test plans to verify performance, efficiency and reliability targets
  • Provide feedback and support for development of system simulation

Basic Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Automotive, etc)
  • 3+ years of experience in fluid/thermodynamic environment
  • Basic experience with compressor systems, mapping and characteristics
  • Experience designing simple components in CAD software
  • Ability to perform basic calculations regarding thermodynamic cycles and compressors
  • Thrive with large degrees of freedom, responsibility and accountability
  • Strong initiative towards organization and documentation
  • Fluent in English with strong communication skills

Preferred Skills and Experience:

  • Masters degree in engineering field (Mechanical, Automotive, etc)
  • 5+ years in fluid/thermodynamic environment (pumps, heat exchangers)
  • Some experience in heat system simulation
  • Advanced knowledge of compressor types, maps and characteristics
  • 1-3 years of experience in small (<10), focused technical team
  • Hands-on fabrication or manufacturing experience (Manual lathe, mill, CNC, welding, etc)

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.

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About Author


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.