Renault Sport Racing have an excellent opportunity to join our team at a tremendously exciting time in our history within Formula 1. As we continue to grow as a team, we are looking for a highly talented individual to join the Suspension Design team as a Design Engineer.
Design Engineer – The Role
Reporting to the Head of Suspension Design the successful candidate will take ownership of a particular area of the suspension system. This could be the scheming and detailing of inboard/outboard suspension systems and components (such as uprights, rockers, levers, hydraulic & pneumatic systems etc.). In addition, while it is not required that you should be a composites specialist you should be confident to design non-structural composite material components (such as bracketry, cooling ducts etc.). Your duties will also include specifying and detailing any necessary tooling, jigs or testing fixtures.
Design Engineer – The Person
We are looking for an individual who has experience of working in a design role in motorsport, preferably in an F1 team. Excellent communication skills and a keen eye for detail are a must, alongside the ability to work under pressure.
As part of our Design team we have high expectations of a candidate’s engineering abilities. In particular candidates must be able to demonstrate:
• An understanding of implications on overall car performance when balancing design criteria
• Experience of being a senior specialist/technical expert for a defined part of the car
• A proven and pro-active fault implementation approach
• A track record of high standards/ownership for all aspects of work delivered
Candidates must be self-motivated, capable of working with minimal supervision and delivering high quality designs to crucial deadlines.
Our offer to you
In return for your hard work and dedication we offer a team who is truly ambitious with their goals, with a unique and friendly working environment and competitive remuneration – including car schemes, pension, free onsite gym, subsidised canteen and many others.
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK