MAN Truck & Bus India


We are looking for a Function Developer (Cluster) for a position located in Pune, India, starting immediately.


At MAN India, we offer a state-of-the-art and modern work space. Our engineers work on the latest and advanced technologies in the automotive world with the latest hardware and software. We offer a conducive ecosystem for our engineers to learn and perform. Furthermore, the office space includes a spacious cafeteria, breakout areas, recreational facilities as well as space for conferences and meetings.


As a member of our team you will have the following tasks:

  • Plan, develop, build and test software for Cluster vehicle functions
  • Creation of Requirement/Specifications for Cluster functions
  • Exchange with working teams
  • Developing of methods, tooling and acceptance criteria.
  • The candidate would need to interact and align with global group companies and external partners for development areas.


Must Have

  • Experience in ECU based SW development.
  • Extensive programming knowledge (e.g. model-based development with Matlab-Simulink, Stateflow, Target-Link, C etc.)
  • Sound knowledge of embedded software and real-time operating systems
  • Knowledge of AUTOSAR and Adaptive AUTOSAR is an advantage
  • Experience in working with Jenkins/Gitlab, SW builds & Interfaces is advantageous
  • Know-how in the area of communication networks and signal transmission in the automotive environment (CAN, LIN, Ethernet, etc.)
  • Flexibility for international travel (e.g. 3 months)
  • Ability to work independently and in a goal-oriented manner

Good to Have

  • Good understanding of various development Processes related to E&E • Strong knowledge in automotive electronics and product development
  • Able to handle Version and requirement management tools like JIRA, Confluence etc.
  • Communicative and team-oriented personality
  • Knowledge or prior experience in Cluster, HMI and/or Infotainment is advantageous.

Software skills:

  • Matlab-Simulink, Stateflow, Target-Link, script languages