Controls Engineer – WEC LMDh Porsche 963 

JOTA evolved from a simple idea; combining our passions for motorsport and technology to achieve excellence in our field.

Today we are determined to use our forward-thinking attitude to develop JOTA into one of the foremost endurance racing & engineering brands.

We are born out of a thirst for success; and achieve this through innovation, attention to detail and agility.

Our race team in the World Endurance Championship boasts an enviable depth of talent and resource capable of tackling any challenge.

To support our growth in the LMDh class of the World Endurance Championship, we have a position available for a Full-Time Controls Engineer within the race team.


Controls Engineer – WEC LMDh Porsche 963 



The role involves working closely with the engineering department, this is a fulltime role based at our workshop in Kent,UK. 


Job Description: 


  • Understand and optimise areas such as powertrain, differential, braking and energy management controllers.
  • Pre and Post-event reporting.
  • Data analysis to find performance gains in the cars with control systems, including drivability and overall lap time.
  • Develop tools to improve efficiency track side and within data analysis.
  • Liaise with the rest of the engineering group.
  • HIL/DIL integration.



  • Ensure the steering wheel and background settings are correct prior and during on track running.
  • Ensure legality on regulated parameters during running.
  • Use data to analyse, optimize and define controls changes – TC, BBW, differential and Energy Management.
  • Run energy strategy. 
  • Work within the LMDh Engineering group. 
  • Be an active part of garage build and pack down. 



  • High level of computer literacy.
  • Good Communication.
  • Ability to manage own time and tasks. 
  • Previous experience in MATLAB/Simulink is helpful but not essential.
  • Master’s or Bachelor’s Degree in engineering.
  • Understanding of systems, controllers, vehicle dynamics and driving.
  • Minimum 2 to 3 years of relevant work experience in a similar motorsport’s role (FE, F1, LMH/LMDh).