Yannick tests CAR functions for HCP3 and OneInfotainment projects as a project engineer within his team. When he started at ZD, this team together with him consisted of only two people, while now there are six.

Name: Yannick Tchamdjeu-Sufu Jobtitle: Projektingenieur
Department: Testplant, Branch Großmehring, DE With ZD since: 2019.09.01

Why did you decide to work at ZD?

After my studies, my goal has always been to deepen my knowledge in the field of testing. ZD Automotive offers the opportunity to accumulate knowledge of various tools, e.g. ZD- Box, CANoE, iDex, CP-Tools and fault management tools such as KPM.

What do you like best about your job?

My expectations are always taken into account. I particularly like the distribution of tasks and the working atmosphere in the team. The administration provides further training on the work people need to do.

What are your biggest challenges in your job??

In my current project, sometimes the problem arises that the software can only be delivered in a short time. Nevertheless, we are always able to test our features on time. We also sometimes encounter unplanned tasks from our customers, which we can handle through good teamwork.

What was your best moment at ZD?

My favorite experiences has always been presenting the “show and tell ” to customers and the colleagues in development and discussing errors with them during testing.

What has been your biggest success at ZD so far?

I proposed the idea of sharing experiences in testing, which has worked very well so far.

At this point we would like to thank Yannick for the interview and his work with us. If you are interested in any jobs with us, you will find open positions in this Overview.

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