Mechanic Shop Based




Basic Function: Team member is directly responsible for the preparation and build of race cars in house. Including car performance, safety, reliability, and technical inspection compliance. This will be a non-traveling position.


Job Responsibilities:

  • Communicate with mechanics, managers, race engineers and supporting departments to build race cars.
  • Ensuring all components of the race car are safely joined, bolted, or otherwise secured.
  • Be involved in daily, weekly, monthly planning for build schedules and service intervals. Required to communicate daily build plans to mechanics and prepare them for overall weekly work.
  • Rule book understanding of areas that pertain to technical specifications, event procedures and pit lane rules.
  • Maintain a professional and clean appearance of race cars, equipment at the shop. Keeping work area clean and always organized.
  • Inventory tracking including number of parts, current service status, updates required.
  • Meeting specified deadlines for race car preparation while producing a quality product.
  • Providing direction and acting as a mentor to less experienced mechanics to ensure quality control while promoting a positive learning environment.
  • Safely operating equipment according to recommended safety specifications, including use of all protective equipment necessary.
  • Identifying any safety hazards and reporting all risks immediately to a supervisor.
  • Safekeeping and proper use of all company property issued during employment including uniforms, tools, toolboxes, electronic devices and any other productivity tools.
  • Participating in the workout program designed to maximize physical strength and endurance to remain competitive at a professional level.
  • Aiding other team members on other duties as appropriate.


Skills Required:

  • 3+ years’ experience as mechanic on race cars series.
  • Demonstrate a complete understanding of set-up specifications for race cars and the appropriate safety mechanisms for each component.
  • Ability to communicate to all team members.
  • Intimate knowledge of mechanical components, electronics, and structural framework of race cars.
  • Manual experience using one or more of the following: lathe, mill, drill press, band saw.
  • Must be proficient in using precision measuring devices.
  • High school diploma or equivalent, basic reading, writing and arithmetic skills.
  • Computer skills including Microsoft office programs: Xcel, Word, Teams, One Note, Outlook, Share Point, One Drive. These programs will also be utilized with a smart phone.
  • Must be able to concentrate on detailed work for long periods.
  • Work environment contains hazardous chemicals and fumes. Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of emergency safety procedures and an ability to use safety equipment correctly.


Porsche Penske Motorsport