National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB, Technical Department


Make a change

In a world suffering from pollution and in a highly competitive industry, National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB (NEVS) was founded with the determination to make a change. To improve by challenging the conservative and complex.

We believe, or in fact we know, that most people both want to do well and to find joy in what they are doing. So unlike most, we combine the two.

Now we are joining hands with strong technical, industrial and financial partners to become a leading manufacturer of electric vehicles aiming for our vision - to shape mobility for a more sustainable future.

We are building up a strong team in Sweden and China for this inspiring journey. If you feel that you want to be a part of this challenge and make a change - you should join us!

 Our Engineering department 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 suitable for volume production.

 We are now looking for an new graduate Engineer Electrical System Architect!


This role is part of the Electrical Architecture team within the E/E Department and reports to the manager Electrical Architecture.

You will part of a team of Engineers, with responsibility for the complete Electrical Architecture including general electrical requirement, function partitioning and allocation, electrical interfaces physical and logical and electrical integration.

The Engineer Electrical System Architect collaborates mainly with engineers in other departments as well as within the Electrical Architecture team.

The role as Engineer Electrical System Architect involves:

  • Breaking down Vehicle level functions to sub-functions
  • Allocate the sub-functions to components
  • Identify needed interfaces, both logical and physical, to support the function
  • Ensuring that components know and understand the requirements for the sub-functions allocated to their component
  • Drive and participate in different foras related to the electrical architecture

 We are looking for someone who has:

  • Minimum education of a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Experience from electronics and software development
  • Fluent in English both spoken and written
  • Driver license B

 To be successful in this role, you need to:

  • Be a team player with ability to plan and prioritize
  • Be creative, solution-oriented and open minded
  • Have Good communication skills
  • Adaptability in the interaction with different persons, groups and culture.

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


We can offer an innovative, dynamic, experienced multicultural group with a strong TEAM workflow.

You will have the opportunity to work with NEW disruptive technologies, pioneering in the application of ground-breaking technologies/systems, setting new trends in the OEM industry. As we are currently ramping up, you will be able to directly impact the ways of working in your area of responsibility.

With services, technologies and new thinking we shape mobility for a more sustainable future.


National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB 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 Vast dienstverband
Contract type Full time
Number of positions 1
Working hours 100 %
City Trollhättan
County Västra Götalands län
Country Sweden
Reference number 2016/101
  • Benny Fondén, Manager Electrical Architecture, +46 520 85834
Published 03.May.2016
Last application date 25.May.2016 11:59 PM CET

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