We are the designers of today for the world of tomorrow.
As one of the world’s leading engineering service providers, we at ALTEN are committed to positively shaping the future of our partners, the careers of our employees and the challenges facing our society and environment.
More than 50,000 employees in 30 countries are already working on innovative solutions in various engineering and IT sectors such as automotive, aerospace, renewable energy, medical technology and railway technology.
Softwarearchitect Automotive (all gender)
A home where people learn and thrive
Talent Management – we develop your career
Work life balance – flexible working hours and mobile working possible
Fit and relaxed – with EGYM Wellpass
Enjoy biking – always on tour with bike leasing
Green Mobility – with us you can travel at a reduced rate
…and of course we offer the usual standards such as 28 days’ holiday, many events, relocation support, permanent employment contract and corporate benefits.
Make it happen
define the basic concept and plan and design the software architecture
model new software architectures and develop new technologies
are in close coordination with the involved stakeholders
define, specify and work out software requirements taking into account given tools and standards
initiate troubleshooting and optimisation measures
Be our forward thinker
have completed a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in electrical engineering, automotive engineering, computer science or a comparable course of study
already have first professional experience with new software architectures and the development of new technologies, preferably in the automotive industry
ideally have knowledge of UML, SysML and other modelling models, as well as familiarity with tools such as CAN, LIN, Ethernet/SomeIP
have a very good command of written and spoken English, and ideally a good knowledge of German
We value diversity and therefore welcome all applications – regardless of gender, nationality, ethnic and social origin, religion/belief, disability, age and sexual orientation and identity.
Severely disabled persons will be given preferential consideration if they are equally qualified.