Haas F1 Team is a dynamic Formula One racing team that inspires an open and expansive environment, full of opportunities for motivated individuals in pursuit of a challenge.
We are looking to enhance our Electronics department at our Race Team Hub in Banbury, UK. This is a fast-paced and challenging opportunity for a team-oriented Electronics Engineer to make a substantial impact within a small team.
This position reports to the Electronics Design Team Leader or their designee; located in Banbury, UK. Responsibilities include the design and installation of all electrical parts both on and off car in accordance with the F1 technical regulations.
- Promote teamwork and effective communications to develop working relationships between all personnel and departments.
- Specification and design of electronics to support on and off-car data logging requirements.
- Design of on and off-car harnesses, boxes, sensors, and other assemblies ensuring they meet performance and reliability requirements.
- Design of FIA, FOM and supplier component installations in accordance with their requirements, working closely with mechanical design.
- Provide installation manuals & associated documentation to help trackside installation of harnesses, boxes, sensors and associated brackets.
- Proactively investigate faults and generate/update fault reports as required working closely with the Reliability Engineer and the electronics trackside team.
- Continuously monitor and improve on and off car installations, design standards and operational processes and procedures.
- Support pre-season car build, test and rig events as required to oversee the installation of designed parts into the chassis and garage environment.
- Actively progress allocated vehicle performance, development and reliability projects under the direction of the Electronics Design Team Leader.
- Follow all safety regulations in all venues.
- Other duties as assigned by the Electronics Design Team Leader or their designee.
Education and Work Experience:
GCSE, High School diploma or equivalent required. Further education including University Degree or equivalent in Electronics or Electrical Engineering is preferred. Previous experience of working in an Electronics design role in a high-level motorsport environment is essential.
Specialized Knowledge and Skills:
- Experience of working with CAD design packages and PCB design tools.
- Understanding of electronics design on an F1 chassis and ability to produce accurate drawings to a high standard.
- Experienced in the production of small batch/prototype analogue and digital circuits.
- Quick decision-making skills whilst working through problems in a scientific and analytical way as part of a small multi skilled engineering group.
- A sympathetic approach to work colleagues and an ability to integrate within a group environment.
- Understanding of various sensor technologies, and the support electronics required.
- Capability of working in a team environment to a very high standard and with a positive work attitude.
Equipment and Applications:
- Solid computer knowledge, preferred experience in Microsoft Office products and CAD (e.g. Catia/3DX), and PCB Design (e.g. Altium).
- Knowledge of embedded system programming (e.g. C), and high-level software languages (e.g. C#/VBA) would be advantageous.
- 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.