Each one of us can contribute to a better future. You can do this on a daily basis on a Hardware Engineer for Sensors Development and Testing role.
Continental has been pursuing the long-term strategy of Vision Zero for years, innovating solutions that contribute to greater road safety and that’s why accident prevention and protection of drivers and passengers in collisions are all focal points in vehicle development.
More important, one research and development branch inside Continental - Vehicle Dynamics (VED) - provides highly advanced braking technologies for all vehicle types, usable in vehicle ranging from small cars right to transportation vehicles.
Do you want to be part of a dynamic team and work with the latest technology available? These should spark your interest :
Define the electrical and functional characterization of a wide range of sensors (position, pressure, etc);
Perform investigations and performance optimizations;
Test execution, data analysis and proper documentation of results;
Adaptation, extension and creation of test equipment;
Propose and drive implementation of technical solutions;
Establish and maintain supplier network;
Reports the progress and status of the project;
Collaborating in interdisciplinary teams;
Following company standards and development process;
A mentor will support you to take over own responsibilities after an initial training phase which will familiarize you with our products, tools, processes and organization! Qualifications You can be a perfect match to our team if you have :
An Engineering degree in a relevant field (Electronics, Electrical engineering, Mechatronics, Automation and Computer science, etc.);
Medium knowledge of electronics (analogue and digital circuits, power supplies, microcontrollers, sensor principles);
Basic knowledge of industrial engineering and quality assurance;
Basic knowledge in measuring and test equipment (oscilloscope, multimeter)
The capability to analyze technical problems;
Good knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Power Point);
Good English writing, reading and speaking;
Also, do the following personality traits, skills and work style describe you?
Strong drive and an enthusiastic attitude;
Analytical skills and a structured manner of work;
Good communication and coordination skills;
Strong drive and an enthusiastic attitude (not a mistake, we are really interested in your strong drive);