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.
Fluent in English
Knowledge of French is helpful but not a requirement
Preferably based in Europe