Electronics Technician (Factory)

MoneyGram Haas F1 Team is unique – on and off the track. We don’t follow the status quo and we’ve made a name for ourselves as the team who does things differently. You might’ve seen us on Netflix or know that we’re the only American-owned team on the Formula 1 grid, but we’re also more than that.

We have three HQs – Kannapolis in the US, Banbury in the UK and Maranello in Italy – each staffed by passionate, loyal and hardworking advocates. At Haas, you’ll be involved in many different areas of the team, an assortment of projects and plenty of hands-on experience while collaborating with some of the best minds in the world.


Yes, you’ll learn from us, but we expect to learn from you too!

General Summary:

This position reports to the Electronics Workshop Team Leader or their designee; located in Banbury, UK. The Electronics Technician is responsible for the manufacture, maintenance and testing of harnesses, sensors, and electronic assemblies at the factory. The electronic technician will assist with the management of the electronics workshop ensuring all tooling, test equipment and stock are maintained. The role will also include supporting car build, test and race events when required.


General Responsibilities:

  • Promote teamwork and effective communications to develop working relationships between all personnel and departments.
  • Carry out duties as assigned by the Electronics Workshop Team Leader or their designee in addition to the key responsibilities.
  • Work closely with the trackside electronics team and purchasing to ensure the correct level of spares and consumables are available to all events.
  • Follow all safety regulations in all venues.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Electronics Workshop Team leader.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Manufacture a range of harnesses, sensors and electronic assemblies for use on and off car.
  • Support factory race and test car build ensuring all electronic units, sensors and wiring harnesses are fitted correctly.
  • Attend race and test events as part of the electronics trackside team as required.
  • Raise Faults and highlight quality deficiency noted during parts manufacturing and car build.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of in-house test rigs and equipment.
  • Follow procedures provided by the System Engineers to calibrate and test sensors and electronic assemblies, both on-car and at the factory.
  • Take ownership of Cirris harnesses testing in-house
  • Contribute to the definition of the Code of Practice for on and off car installations, design/manufacturing standards and operational processes and procedures.
  • Support and feedback to the Electronics Design Engineer with regards to the design and installation of chassis wiring and sensors.


Education and Work Experience:

GCSE, High School diploma or equivalent required. Further education including electronics training to HNC level, desirable. Previous experience of working in a high-level motorsport environment is essential.


Specialized Knowledge and Skills:

  • Experience of manual PCB loading and fine pitch soldering – Desirable
  • Electrical wiring within enclosures e.g. panel wiring, test boxes, rigs. - Desirable
  • Electro-mechanical assembly manufacture including experience using manual/power tools – Desirable
  • Knowledge and hands-on experience of working with Raychem System 25 and motorsport/aerospace connectors.
  • Strong technical background in racing car electrical and electronic systems.
  • Work to a consistently high standard in stressful and time sensitive situations.
  • Quick decision-making skills whilst working through problems in a scientific and analytical way.
  • A sympathetic approach to your work colleagues and an ability to integrate within a group environment.
  • A can-do positive approach and a willingness to help others is essential.


Equipment and Applications:

  • Experience using Cirris test equipment would be desirable, but training can be provided if required.
  • Experience in Microsoft Office and ERP systems (e.g. Microsoft Dynamics AX).
  • Motorsport harness manufacture tooling and soldering experience.
  • Ability to follow complex regulations related to shipment of materials and facility maintenance requirements.


Work Environment Physical Demands:

An ability to work and prioritize within a high pressure, time sensitive environment while retaining a methodical approach is essential. The role may require some international travel and a willingness to work long and flexible hours including weekends.


This position may require lifting to 50 pounds, repeated bending, squatting and manual dexterity. Fast-paced work environment requiring heavy mental demands. Work environment includes machinery, race cars, 7-post and other rigs, grinding debris, and hazardous fluids. All employees must ensure compliance with the Company Health and Safety Policy, and all relevant other statutory Health and Safety legislation.


This job description may not detail some less major duties, nor cover duties of a similar nature, which may from time to time be reasonably required by the relevant manager.

At MoneyGram Haas F1 Team, we consider our employees our greatest asset. We strive to create a supportive and inclusive work environment where everyone can thrive and grow. We value diversity and encourage our employees to bring their unique perspectives and experiences to the conversation. Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion are fundamental to who we are as a company and a collective of colleagues. Our commitment to these ethics is steadfast and this promise travels with us wherever we are in the world.

We look after our team with multiple rewards packages, competitive bonuses and year-round health and wellbeing programs, providing you with the tools to motivate and perform at your best. 

If you’re passionate about competition, technology and teamwork, then working at MoneyGram Haas F1 Team could be the perfect fit for you. Motorsport is a dynamic and exciting industry that offers a wide range of opportunities for those who are willing to put in the hard work and dedication required to succeed. Working at MoneyGram Haas F1 Team is a highly rewarding experience, as you become a crucial member of a team that is constantly pushing the boundaries of what’s possible and striving for excellence in everything we do.

Join our team and make your passion your profession.



Due to the nature of the organisation, all employees of MoneyGram Haas F1 Team are required to be security cleared to National Security Vetting standards. If successful in your application, we would support you with the NSV process. As a guideline only, you would normally need to have been a UK resident for the last 5 consecutive years.  Further confirmation can be found on the Civil Aviation Authority  National Security Vetting (NSV) website https://www.caa.co.uk/Commercial-industry/Security/Vetting/National-security-vetting/

If you have not been a UK resident for the last 5 consecutive years, please be prepared to request an Overseas Criminal Records Check for these countries as you will be asked to provide this for referencing and security checks if you are successful.

Unternehmen / Organisation: 
Haas F1 Team