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F1: Automotive & Motorsport Vacancies – December 17 2013

by on December 17, 2012

Another round of opportunities if you’re looking for work in the Automotive and Motorsport arenas.  Posted in one of my user groups by Matthew Toner, here are this week’s vacancies.

OEM IN Germany
– Designer interior/Exterior style design
– Electronics Engineers
– E/E Architect
– E/E Functional Safety

Automotive & Motorsport Consultancy in Germany
– Electronics Engineer – Hybrid & Electric Vehicles experience

2 Motorsport Team in Germany
– Composite Design Engineers
– Composite Structural Design Engineer
– Senior Mechanical Design Engineer

Global Automotive Supplier
– Head of Quality – Ireland

For 2 F1 teams based in Oxfordshire:
– Composite Design Engineer
– Model Design
– Aerodynamics – Wind Tunnel
– Aerodynamics – CFD
– Mechanical Design Engineer
– Vehicle Dynamics Engineer
– Contract Mechanical Design Engineer

For another leading Formula 1 team:
– Contract Electrical Test & Inspection Technician
– Contract Electrical Design Engineer
– Contract Electronics Hardware Engineer

For an Automotive and Motorsport Consultancy based in the Midlands:
– Chief Electronics Engineer
– DFMEA Engineer
– PMST – Design
– Design Engineers – Catia V5
– Programme Manager – Design

For an F1 team in Italy:
– Senior CFD Aerodynamicist
– Senior Stress Engineer

For a Chinese Automotive Manufacturer with a UK R&D Centre in Nottingham:
– Design Engineer – Transmission – Pro – E
– Gasoline Calibration Engineer
– Combustion Engineer
– Modelling and Simulation Team Leader
– Principle NVH Engineer
– Senior CAE Engineer

For a University on the South Coast
– Automotive Lecturer

For more info on any of these roles please email automotive@cbsbutler.com or mtoner@cbsbutler.com.

If you are not suitable for the roles, but know somebody that is, forward them on to Matthew Toner and you can earn £500 for referring them.

Best of  luck everyone.

Author: Ernie Black
Twitter: @TheF1Poet
Blog: http://TheF1Poet.wordpress.com

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