Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd

  • Junior Surfacing Designer

    Location UK-OXF-Grove
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11.1.2019 1:05 PM)
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Closing Date
    Aerodynamics - Surfacing Draughtsperson
  • Overview

    Williams F1 is seeking a capable junior designer that has strong interest in CAD surfacing and Formula One.


    In this role you will join the concept design group and work on projects within the aerodynamics department, creating geometry for the wetted surfaces of the racing car while working closely with the team’s aerodynamicists.


    Experience with CAD software (Siemens NX), A-class surfacing, parametric modelling, would be preferred, but the successful candidate(s) will receive support from experienced surfacers to improve their capabilities and ensure output is fit for purpose.


    You need to be able to work with an open and flexible approach, have a thirst for knowledge, and maintain attention to detail and quality.


    The successful candidate(s) will have completed appropriate engineering training, such as an apprenticeship, HNC, HND or degree.


    Based at our campus in Grove, Oxfordshire, set in spacious grounds with free onsite parking, Williams offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive range of benefits, which include: a free onsite gym and exercise classes, onsite osteopathy, company pension scheme, private medical insurance, a health cash plan, life assurance and long-term disability insurance. In addition, employees receive 26 days’ holiday (this is increased at certain service points), benefit from a subsidised canteen and have access to Mercedes and Jaguar Land Rover car schemes along with other fantastic voluntary benefits.


    Please Note: Due to the Volume of applications we receive on a daily basis we cannot guarantee your application will be acknowledged or considered unless you have applied directly via our website www.williamsf1.com/careers




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