Our Client is an electrical engineering company with 300 employees in the group and is 11 years old.
It develops and produces its our own electronic products as well as providing consulting to customers on new development and testing projects. It is an electronics company specialized in securing and testing electronic equipment in on-board electrical networks and in advising automotive manufacturers and their suppliers in the field of E / E, like driving assistance systems and fastbus-ethernet-systems. Clients include big names in the automotive sector, especially BMW.
The company ahs 180 staff at its Munich HQ as well as 15 at a production site in Munich and the remaining staff work on-site on client projects. Company has €22 million turnover and 70% of business is consulting and 30% own products.
Solution Manager (m/w)
- IT degree, or electrical engineering or similar
- Experience in software or electrical engineering
- Experience in project management
- Good communicator and German and English
- Good understanding of automotive industry
- Project management and software
- Tasks /project details
- Organising and leading analysis of bugs with BMW and suppliers
- Optimising processes
- Working with development team and project management teams at BMW
- Analysing functions of control units and understanding errors and grouping them
- Coordinating the working and solving error tickets
• Pension with company contribution
• 30 days’ holiday
• If work overtime, additional holiday rest hours are given
• Work from home rule currently being introduced
• Working hours can be reduced e.g. for family committments (with corresponding lowering in salary)
• MVV public transport ticket negotiable
• Pass to use subsidised canteen at next door Federal Bank (lunch costs around 6 Euros)
• Benefits for this role on-site at a client may be slightly different.
Years of experience:
2 is minimum but can consider and pay up to 10 years but do not want managers.
80 people work in testing. It is the core business of the company.
40 hours per week but also possible to reduce hours (and salary)
If work overtime because of projects they give additional time off. Work-life balance is important to them