Red Bull Racing Technology has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Junior Aerodynamics Design Engineer to join the Aerodynamics department.
For numerous Formula One enthusiasts, the essence of the sport revolves around the time between the lights going out and the checkered flag waving on a Sunday afternoon. The journey commences and concludes with the remarkable feats of the drivers out on the racetrack. However, this is just the surface layer.
The truth reveals itself as a sophisticated and intricately woven operation, where each component must operate at its utmost capacity for success to be realised. This encompasses the pit crew’s relentless pursuit of the flawless, consistent pit stop, the ingenious visions of designers, the meticulous work of engineers, and the monumental exertions of a multitude of fabricators and machinists.
“Much of our success is thanks to the diversity of thought and spectrum of skill sets held within the team, our ability to recognise unique contributions from individual team members is just a part of why we love what we do,” said Red Bull Racing Technology.
The company has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Junior Aerodynamics Design Engineer to join the Aerodynamics department, being mentored by the highly skilled Aerodynamicists to generate and develop designs for its Formula one wind tunnel development programmes.
You will be utilising your skills in solid modelling and surfacing using CAD packages with a creative approach and passion for engineering.
Working from the Milton Keynes factory and Bedford wind tunnel facility, you need to be self-motivated with a proactive approach and be able to maintain an exceptional level of detail when working to tight timescales. You must be educated to degree level within an engineering discipline, and you must have a passion for Engineering and have gained experience through voluntary work within Motorsport or through home projects (building cars or models).
Interested in joining the Red Bull Racing Technology team?