Racing Point is a team on an exciting journey. Made up of true racers with a shared hunger for success, the team has set its sights on challenging the top names in the sport.
For 2021, a new chapter awaits, as Racing Point becomes Aston Martin F1 Team – marking sixty years since this iconic brand last raced in Formula 1 as a factory team. With fresh investment and energy, the stage is set to build on Aston Martin’s rich and glorious history in motorsport and establish the Silverstone-based team as a competitive force in the years ahead.
To succeed in its mission, the team is looking for talented individuals who share our passion for racing and competition. As the Aston Martin era beckons, get in touch and join one of the most exciting projects in Formula 1.
The team is seeking an exceptional candidate to excel in the position of Quality Assurance Manager.
This newly created position will be responsible for creating, developing and directing a first-class Quality Control function ensuring high level standards are established and delivered. The successful candidate will hold a pivotal role liaising between Production and Trackside ensuring consistent and efficient delivery of targets. You will work collaboratively across a number of cross-functional departments to instil best practice and continuously improving our approach to Quality Assurance across the team. Leading highly skilled groups, you will look at identifying and implementing business improvements of workflows and processes ensuring our Inspections and NDT teams are constantly striving to achieve excellence in regard to quality, efficiency, reliability and performance.
This is an excellent opportunity for a professional individual who is looking for a position that will have a tangible impact on developing and driving a culture of Quality Control and Assurance.
The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of best-practice inspection preferably in F1. You will also excel in generating respect and teamworking in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment; be self-motivated and able to motivate and lead others; have the ability to communicate new processes and procedures effectively across a range of departments developing achievable initiatives; proven track record of strong personnel management; excellent level of communication skills; and a strong level of computer literacy.
Applicants must have current eligibility to work in the UK and please note it is important to only apply for the single position most relevant to your expertise, your application is not enhanced when applying for multiple vacancies.