Do you want to proceed a technical career and develop fast in a multicultural company? Scania Engineer Program gives you a head start and lays a foundation for a career as a specialist in production, logistics, mechanical design or systems development.
Application period for 2020 is open from 2 December 2019 until 29 January 2020.
Together with some of the brightest and most creative engineers in the technology field, you will be involved in developing the cutting-edge technology required to achieve Scania’s goal: to become the leader in sustainable transport systems.
The programme aims to build your competence across our diverse organisation and for you 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 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.
Our program graduate’s impressions of Scania Engineer Program:
“I made friends with 17 people as part of the bargain. Scania is good at recruiting people who share the company’s values such as respect and openness. We became very good friends straightaway, and still meet up and hang out together a lot in our free time.”
– Daniel Peña
The Scania Engineer Program takes place in Sweden and will be held in Swedish.
Contents and structure
From the very first day, you will be an employee assigned to a department based on your specialisation and you will get a manager who will mentor you throughout the program. For each internship, you are assigned a supervisor to support you during the period.
During your final internship, you will discuss the transition to your first position with your manager.
The programme takes place during 10 months, from August to June.
Scania Engineer Program has three different specialisations:
Production and Logistics– production technology
Research and Development– mechanical engineering
Research and Development – system development
The production aspect focuses on Scania’s production units in Luleå, Oskarshamn or Södertälje. On the other two focus areas you will be based at one of the departments at Research and Development in Södertälje.
In order to apply you must,
• be a recent graduate with a BSc or MSc in engineering
• be fluent in written and spoken Swedish and English
• hold a category B driving licence (only required for focus on Research and Development)
• have a maximum of one year work experience
• have a valid Swedish social security number.
During the selection process, we look at a combination of your experience, interests, personal qualities and formal education/qualifications. As part of the process, we also use web-based tests.