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Senior E-Motor Control Engineer

  • Applications are considered on a rolling basis
  • Ängelholm
  • Applications are considered on a rolling basis
  • Ängelholm

We are on an exciting journey, building an additional factory and gearing up for the production launch of the Gemera.

Working as an E-Motor Control engineer means that you and your team will play an active role in this exciting journey, developing some of the most vital components for our electrical motors.

More specifically, this job will take you to the very core of development where you will model, design, test and implement the electric motor controls for both existing- and new car models. You will find yourself In a Simulink- and MatLab based working environment where you will do model-based software development directed towards the ISO26262 application standard.

It’s important that you enjoy working with multidisciplinary systems and develop things from scratch. You will be positioned in our Software & Electronics Department and be based at our main production facility in Ängelholm, Sweden.

Work with great people

Markus Lundh
Prototype driver and technician
"I get to leverage my strengths and put me in opportunities where I can shine – from production to prototype tech & driver!"
Kenneth Christensen
Engine Assembly Team Lead
"Working with first-mover tech, the daily work at Koenigsegg is always a exciting challenge. Not for the weak of heart."
Elif Ozdemir
Homologation Engineer
"The feeling of having a part in building a piece of art, a Koenigsegg, is just… beyond description!"

Skills & Requirements

We are looking for software developers with several years of working experience with model-based development in Matlab and Simulink. You need to have strong C-programming skills and the ability to work on bare metal programming.

Further skills wanted:

  • Experience in model/software development for PMSM motor control for Electric vehicles or DC-DC/DC-AC control applications
  • Experience in implementing FOC/Vector control with field weakening MTPA control, functional safety, and control loop tuning.
  • Basic understanding of position/flux observers.
  • Experience in working with ISO26262 application standard is ideal but not a requirement

As a person, we believe it’s important that you can work both independently and in teams. You are a curious and structured person who has a talent for identifying bottlenecks and who utilize planning to overcome hurdles and making sure that we understand the critical path.

Furthermore, you enjoy going outside of your comfortzone as this role will require cross-functional cooperations. Thoroughness also plays an important role as documentation is an important part of the developing process

Great Place to Work

  • Opportunity to impact a growing company

  • Work alongside world-class talent

  • Flexible work schedules + Culture of collaboration

  • Long track record of success and profitability

  • Engaging and sharing work environment

  • Quick decision making, flat hierarchy

About the company

Koenigsegg is most known for building some of the fastest cars in the world; with almost all of our megacar technologies that are patented and made in-house by our almost 500 world-class technicians, engineers, sourcing experts, production craftsmen, and communicators.

What we’ve created is a unique proving ground of engineering creativity that makes use of our breakthrough megacar development and legacy to push the boundaries of sustainable mobility technology.

So, what’s next?

We are on a universe-denting mission to develop the next generation of breakthrough tech and products. We are looking for outstanding, impactful, and authentic individuals to grow with us. Our ambitions are inspiring but will push the limits of what is possible – requiring one to work efficiently amid our cross-functional teams to execute at high-quality levels.

The goal is clear: innovate and transform.

Koenigsegg Automotive AB

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