Koenigsegg requires the services of an electrical assembly worker to prepare wiring harnesses for our high-performance vehicles.
At Koenigsegg, we take pride in developing our own systems, solutions and components. Our electrical systems are assembled in-house, some from existing componentry and some from componentry that we manufacture ourselves.
Are you the person we’re looking for?
You will be preparing/labelling the wiring and connections required and then assembling the full vehicle wiring harnesses according to established schematics. This role requires patience, skill and attention to detail. Finished harnesses are sent to production for use in vehicles being assembled and this role is essential to the successful build of our world class performance cars.
Precision, programmable machinery is provided for the correct measurement and labelling of wiring used in this process and the ideal candidate would be confident in the use of such machinery.
Koenigsegg operates at the cutting edge of automotive technology and we seek specialists who are up to the challenge of building the best performance cars in the world.
Koenigsegg is a Swedish company, however we have staff from various countries and we sell into various markets around the world. All employees must be comfortable speaking English.
About Koenigsegg Automotive AB
Koenigsegg builds world-leading hypercars at the cutting edge of vehicle performance and technology. We are dedicated to development. Koenigsegg is committed to hiring and developing top talent from across the world for any given discipline. Our world-class team operates with a non-conventional, Lean Development philosophy of high inter-disciplinary collaboration, flat organizational structure, and technical contribution at all levels. You will be expected to challenge and to be challenged, to create, and to innovate.
Working at Koenigsegg is not for everyone. You must thrive on change, work well under pressure and have a genuine passion for producing the best high-performance vehicles in the world.