Scania Career Blog
So, week three just passed and we’re moving forward. Slowly forward, but yes, forward. I actually thought we would be way ahead of where we’re standing at the moment and it’ kind of frustrating. As I wrote last time, I’m very aware of the fact that this is a part of the thesis, to figure […]
New challenges every week. This week’s big challenges are to understand, explain and practice to use the different functions we have in our product-line as a part of my training to become a Demo Driver. Scania has a Demo Centre where it´s possible to test-drive Scania products. I’m training to become a demo driver, which I’m […]
The weeks are passing so quickly right now – for me they are flying and I try to hang on. I am grabbing onto them – trying to hang in there travelling too fast. Some days I fly high, others I feel totally empty. So why do I feel this way, you might wonder. I […]
Lisa and I started our master thesis last Monday on a Data Analysis group at Research and Development. Before we started, we had a description of our task and we thought we kind of knew what was asked from us. But then we also thought we’d figure it out along the way. Fair enough, that’s […]
One year ago I applied for the Scania Graduate Trainee program. A lot has happen since, I´m now a third into the trainee program, still learning new things every week but also starting to get a good overview of the company. Tomorrow is already the last day of the application period for 2015. When applying […]
Scania application engineers ensure the company’s marine and industrial engines are perfectly married to the equipment of customers. Training days that put these professionals into real-life situations ensure that their skills are up-to-date and of maximum benefit.
Last week I did a Scania pitch and would like to share it with you. Scania. It starts with you. It actually begins with you – it’s your choice, it’s you taking the next step, choosing your path. Some of us plan every single detail, others just see what the day brings on. Either way […]