NEVS, Trollhättan


Shape mobility for a more sustainable future!

NEVS is creating a strong foundation of skills for new technologies and innovations. We have a committed passion to create and deliver iconic and desirable global products. By challenging conventions, we design premium electric vehicles and mobility experiences that are simple, engaging and distinctive, but that also shape a brighter, cleaner future for all.

We are now looking for a Vehicle System & Simulation Engineer!



You will be part of the Chapter SW/Control System Test & Simulation, which is one of four competence teams within the SW Tribe. As a Vehicle System & Simulation Engineer you will work in a team with simulation and test engineers that together perform vehicle simulations, develop models for MIL and HIL test environments, simulation environments to be used in system test rigs and analysis of data from measurements in vehicles. The team is working closely together with other teams in different areas in a global organization.

We are looking for a creative and innovative engineer with experience of vehicle simulations as well as develop plant models for MIL and HIL systems. You will join an agile organisation, where team work, empowered self-organising teams and quick learning cycles is a key to success. Thus you need to be a good team player and continuously strive to make the team successful.

We will ensure that you will have opportunities to grow and take on new challenges!

The role involves:

  • Define and investigate what simulations and tools to simulate that should be used in different projects
  • Configure and set up simulation environments for vehicle simulations, MIL/HIL plant models and system test rigs
  • Develop methods for simulations and optimize use of data from real life measurements
  • Perform simulations, analyze results, write reports and report issue and deviations
  • Develop and configure test environments for continuous integration with main focus on MIL & HIL test environment
  • When possible support and participate in test activities in MIL, HIL or system test rigs by:
    • Develop test methods and test cases, including automatic test cases
    • Execute test cases and write test reports & issue reports  
  • Support in the development of requirements on vehicle/system and component level
  • Participating in analysis of designs such as FMEA, FTA etc.

We are looking for someone who has:

  • Bachelor of Science or higher degree
  • Experience of simulations of different vehicle systems and analysing data
  • Experience in embedded software testing
  • Experience of continuous integration/automated software testing
  • Experience of working in agile teams and development using Scrum or Kanban Experience from develop plant models for HIL systems
  • Experience of configuration of Open Loop and Closed Loop HIL system
  • Experience of SW & Control Systems within Automotive Experience in tools like Canoe, System Weaver, CarMaker, NI TestStand, NI VeriStand, LabView, Matlab/Simulink, Jira, Jenkins
  • Experience from systems with functional safety requirements, ISO-26262
  • Fluent in English both spoken and written
  • Driver license for vehicle

To be successful in this role, you need to:

  • Believe in our future products
  • Be a team player
  • Be a problem solver
  • Be action oriented, and quick to act and able to prioritize when facing ambiguity
  • Be open minded and flexible to a changing work environment

Great consideration will be given to your personal aptitude for the position!


About us

The world is in need of change – and we at NEVS want to be part of driving it and at the same time shape life for generations to come. That’s why we focus on designing premium electric vehicles and smart mobility solutions that prove what’s best for one can be best for all. What we do is not simply providing a way to get around, it’s a chance to be part of something bigger. Electrification, connected vehicles, changing ownership models, and autonomous driving are just some of the important trends that are transforming our industry. Together with our partners and people like you, we are shaping mobility for a more sustainable future.


Join us for the ride

 At NEVS, we are way pavers, change makers, solution finders. For us, the future is bright and mobility is clean. We see that every individual has a part to play in shaping a better, cleaner future for all.

 As a company moving towards something new we give you the opportunity to develop and grow together with us. We believe that together we have the ability to create something that will have a positive impact on the future.

 Sustainability is of great importance to us, not only when it comes to the environment but also when it comes to our employees. As a NEVS employee you will be given the opportunity to use our fitness facility on paid working time. You will also receive an additional yearly wellness grant.

 In our organization we are always looking for new, smart technical solutions and ideas that will help us reach our common goal of a more sustainable future. Therefore we believe it’s important to listen to our employees and their opinions. After all, new perspectives are needed when you aim for change, we both encourage and reward this.



 NEVS is a member of the Engineering Industries and covered by current collective bargaining agreement signed by Unionen / Sveriges Ingenjörer / Ledarna.


Selection work and interviews will be ongoing continuously during the application period, so please send your application as soon as possible!


Prior to our recruitment process Nevs has taken a position on recruitment and marketing channels. We therefore decline decidedly, any contact from media sales, recruitment sites or similar companies!



Type of employment Permanent position
Contract type Full time
First day of employment immediately
Salary monthly
Number of positions 1
Working hours 100%
City Trollhättan
County Västra Götalands län
Country Sweden
Reference number 2018/35
  • Camilla Lindeblad, Chapter Leader SW/Control T&S, +46 520 86 166
Published 21.Dec.2018
Last application date 21.Jan.2019 11:59 PM CET

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