Engineering Project Coordinator
Engineering Project Coordinator
980 - Programme Management · Banbury, Oxfordshire
Haas F1 Team is a dynamic Formula One racing team that inspires an open and expansive environment, full of opportunities for motivated individuals in pursuit of a challenge.
We are looking to enhance our Programme Management department at our Race Team Hub in Banbury, UK. This is a fast-paced and challenging opportunity for a team-oriented Engineering Project Coordinator to make a substantial impact within a small team.
Working within the cross-functional Programme Management Group, this position reports to the Global Programme Manager or their designee and is located in Banbury. Responsible for coordinating the delivery of engineering projects trackside, ensuring introduction targets are met with all the required quantities and associated information collated.
Promote teamwork and effective communications to develop working relationships between all personnel and departments.
Responsible for the preparation of the data package associated with an engineering project.
Continual analysis of all aspects related to project completeness from the point of design release to project delivery.
Working with other departments to ensure projects are delivered on-time and without issue.
Analysis of the data contained within the Haas lifing system such that service schedules and part cycling can be adjusted to compliment project delivery.
Preparation of car build documentation under the guidance of the Global Programme Manager to allow for earlier digital mock-up (DMU) preparation
Maintain an awareness of trackside faults to ensure projects are not delivered with known open faults.
Preparation of the trackside quantities document liaising with the Parts Coordinator
Work with the Parts Coordinator to ensure parts shortage delivery is met as required.
Event turnaround preparation for future events with the aim of mitigating parts supply risks.
Support of the Global Programme Manager at events as deemed necessary.
Follow all safety regulations in all venues.
Other duties as assigned by the Global Programme Manager or their designee.
Education and Work Experience:
GCSE, High School diploma or equivalent required.
Further education including a University Degree in mechanical engineering.
3 years of work experience in a professional motorsport environment as a designer, engineer or mechanic.
Specialized Knowledge and Skills:
Strong technical background in mechanical design, car build and project preparation.
Understanding of digital engineering is beneficial.
Needs to be proactive, flexible, organized and able to prioritize own workload.
Work to a consistently high standard in stressful and time sensitive situations.
Quick decision-making skills whilst working through problems in a scientific and analytical way.
Work well in a team environment with personnel at all levels.
A sympathetic approach to your work colleagues and an ability to integrate within a group environment.
A can-do positive approach and a willingness to help others is essential.
Equipment and Applications:
Solid computer knowledge with experience in Microsoft Office products, CAD (Catia preferable) and PLM systems (3DExperience preferable).
Ability to prepare and present effective presentations of complex subjects to a diverse audience.
Work Environment Physical Demands:
An ability to work and prioritize within a high pressure, time sensitive environment while retaining a methodical approach is essential. The role may require occasional international travel and a willingness to work long and flexible hours including weekends.
This position may require lifting to 50 pounds, repeated bending, squatting and manual dexterity. Fast-paced work environment requiring heavy mental demands. Work environment includes machinery, race cars, 7-post and other rigs, grinding debris, and hazardous fluids. All employees must ensure compliance with the Company Health and Safety Policy, and all relevant other statutory Health and Safety legislation.