• Build, maintain, service and support the Race Team and Test Team cars whilst leading a small group of mechanics working in your department. This could be trackside, at the Maserati MSG or third-party workshops.
  • Follow build specifications, manuals and procedures.
  • Work closely with the other No.1 mechanic and Chief Mechanic to ensure that all cars are built to identical standards and specifications.
  • Help to create and lead job lists covering car build and re-prep.
  • Rule book understanding of areas that pertain to technical specifications, event procedures and pit lane rules.
  • Keep accurate records of all car lifed parts fitted and replaced during events.
  • Assist with garage infrastructure build and pack up, ensuring the materials are handled with care.
  • Complete post event reports covering issues, positive points, and mechanical changes throughout the event.
  • Answer to the Chief Mechanic and delegate tasks shared with their crew (one crew per car).
  • Providing direction and acting as a mentor to less experienced mechanics to ensure quality control while promoting a positive learning environment.
  • Feedback on job done, issues, equipment, and parts needs, and in general all relevant information to the Chief Mechanic and Race Engineers.
  • Participate at races and testing according to the official Formula E Championship calendar.



  • Min. of 3 years as Mechanic in motorsport
  • English: professional working proficiency
  • Knowledge of French is helpful but not a requirement
  • Preferably based in Europe
  • Extensive travel