Electrical Technician – Jaguar TCS Racing

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Kidlington, Oxfordshire / UK | Electric Vehicles, Electrical Technician

In 2010 Williams Grand Prix Engineering – the company behind the Williams F1 team – began diversifying its operations. The division that was established became WAE. Initially WAE provided innovative technology across a range of sectors, but demand for its services quickly increased and its focus sharpened. Soon the company established itself as a leader in electrification and energy storage. In 2022 WAE was acquired by Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), and in 2024 became Fortescue Zero.

Our roots are firmly fixed in motorsport, and so is our future. Our dedicated motorsport team currently provide the electrical systems for almost all the electric race series. We’re also the sole battery suppliers to the LMDh series. We apply the technical expertise we gain from this fast-moving world across all relevant electrification programmes.

Since 2013, we’ve helped our clients to achieve 98 Poles, 249 Podiums, 96 Wins, 9 Driver Championships & 8 Manufacturer Championships to date.

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Fortescue Zero
Kidlington, Oxfordshire / UK
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Fortescue ZERO exists to accelerate the advantage and impact of our clients. We do it through innovative engineering and technology that solves complex problems and brings a step-change in weight, speed, and efficiency. Join us to help fulfil our mission to accelerate an efficient, electric, and sustainable future.


An opportunity has arisen for an Electrical Technician to join the Jaguar TCS Racing department in a rapidly expanding and exciting work environment. The purpose of the role is to produce high quality electrical and electronic components, looms and assemblies.


Job role:

  • Building electrical wiring harnesses
  • Management of sensor terminations
  • Assembly of electrical parts
  • Fault finding and diagnostics
  • Assisting prototype new designs
  • Calibration, testing and quality assurance
  • Assist in the preparation of pre-Event test requirements
  • Supporting race, test or PR events as required


You’ll have:

  • Some experience producing wiring assemblies for advanced engineering projects e.g. Motorsport and Aerospace
  • Understands and is knowledgeable of mechanical and electrical technical drawings and the appropriate procedures to be able to work unsupervised where required and take responsibility for a task once set
  • Is familiar with System 25, Autosport connectors, fine gauge wiring
  • Can work under pressure meeting tight deadlines without compromising quality.


We’ll provide:

  • Training to add to your existing skills and accelerate your career
  • A supportive and empowering work environment


Application deadline:

The closing date for applications is 19th July 2024.



Kidlington, Oxfordshire 


Disclaimers and DEI:

You do not need to match every listed expectation to apply for this position. At Fortescue ZERO we are committed to building a team that encompasses a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and skills. Fortescue ZERO is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion. If you have a disability, we are happy to discuss reasonable job adjustments.