The application period is from the 7th to 31th of January 2021
Do you want to work with the latest technical innovations and, at the same time, help to create a more sustainable world. At Scania we call this Driving the Shift. This means that we play a leading role in developing climate-smart solutions by creating sustainable, environmentally friendly products, including, for example, our electrification initiative and our development of existing technologies to set new standards for emissions and efficiency.
Together with some of the brightest and most creative engineers in the technology field, you will be involved in developing the cutting-edge technology to drive the shift.
The programme has two different specialisation, Engineering and Tech, and aims to build your competence across our diverse organisation to gain a good overall view of the activities of the functions and how they interact. During the internships you will be involved in each function’s ongoing projects and daily work.
The participants in Scania Engineer and Tech Program will have the opportunity to build a great network, participate in various workshops and courses and build a thorough career platform throughout the internships.
The Scania Engineer and Tech Program takes place in Sweden.
You choose between two specialisations:
- Engineering – Scania's production system (SPS) forms the basis for everything we do and represents Scania's values, principles and priorities. SPS helps us to improve our quality, ergonomics and productivity and results in a more sustainable production process. After the programme, you will start working in one of our engineering or logistics functions.
- Tech – Innovation is what characterize our research and development. We are software & data driven and make sustainable solutions happen with a minimal climate impact in areas such as electrification, connectivity and autonomous vehicles. After the program, you will start working in one of our systems or software development functions within technologies such as IoT, AI and embedded systems.
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