Formula One is a human capital business. Without world class talent matched to a profound commitment to go beyond the definition of the normal understanding of commitment, success in Formula One would be an elusive goal.

It follows therefore that Williams' staff are its most important asset. The company prizes itself in a positive level of engagement, support and reward for its workforce, reflected in the number of employees who have served 25 years or more with the organisation.

Today Williams employs around 600 personnel at a 40ha technology campus based in the heart of the UK’s ‘Motorsport Valley’ in rural Oxfordshire. The company’s core competencies are the design and manufacture of Formula One race cars, and the deployment of this expertise in running the team’s entries into the grands prix each season.

Although Williams has expanded over recent times, we believe we have kept the family within the team and a supportive and friendly environment. Williams was founded back in 1977 by former team owner Sir Frank Williams and automotive engineer Sir Patrick Head.

We are an independent Formula One team with a philosophy and history of winning races. We have won 16 World Championship titles and 114 grands prix, making us one of the most successful teams in the history of the sport and an iconic global brand name.

Company profile type: 
Company size: 
251-1000 employees
Motorsport, Formula 1

Company Benefits: 

ad hoc Discounts
Attractive car schemes
Bonus Schemes
Childcare Vouchers
Cycle to work scheme
Free onsite gym & exercise classes
Group Income Protection
Health cash plan
Holidays, additional holidays with service
Life Assurance
Long Term Disability Insurance
Private Medical Insurance
Subsidised Onsite Canteen

Address information

Williams Martini Racing
OX12 0DQ

Company Locations

Grove, Wantage OX12, UK 06/01/2020
Aerodynamicist | Engineers

The Company:

Williams is one of the world’s leading Formula 1 teams. It exists purely to race in the top echelon of motor racing, where it has been winning Grands Prix for more than three decades. The Williams name has been synonymous with top-level motorsport since the 1960s.

The Role:

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