This company with job opportunities in the automotive sector
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Axia Technologies, a software-based service provider to leading automakers and automotive affiliates, has added 200 more employees. The company said in a statement that the new job opportunities are for the company’s future plans to develop software for automotive technology, including electrified, autonomous, connected and shared.
Axia recently announced plans to partner with Finland-based Basemark in a new project. The project, called ‘Roxasolid Ecosystem’, aims to develop software for ‘software defined car’ technology. Steps will be taken soon to recruit the required staff.
Axia Technologies CEO Gigimon Chandran said the company, which has entered into agreements with basemark, Segula Technologies and some of the world’s leading automakers, will begin work on the new project in the second quarter of the current financial year. In this case the sector needs more people with job skills. It is expected that the entire appointment will be made within six months. He said the company had decided to hire 60 per cent new people.
Candidates will go through various stages of selection process. Software development for the automotive industry is a very exciting and complex task. The company is looking for people with the right attitude, interest and knowledge to do this. Those who are selected will be given proper training under experts. Car software is something that needs to be constantly updated. Therefore, the company says it needs a highly skilled team of professionals.
The company needs a pool of people with previous experience and new people in the field. This is an opportunity for new people to get acquainted with the latest software technologies in the field of automotive, based on C, C ++, Java and AI / ML. Many of those who have been part of the company’s past plans have had the opportunity to work with leading carmakers in Europe, and as carmakers prepare to conquer the market with their newer models, more jobs are likely to be created in the future, company officials said.