Electronics Engineer

Electronics Engineer

Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile
Date Posted
5th February 2019
Electronics Engineer
Competitive Salary

The FIA Technical Department is looking to fill the position of “Electronics Engineer”. Based in Geneva, she/he will also attend races, tests and inspection visits.



The FIA Technical Department is opening opportunities to step up its electronics and control systems activities, covering all championships, from F1 to the World Rally Championship and from endurance racing to the brand new arena of alternative energy championships.



Management of control tools:

  • Design tools to control the technical regulations in place in the various FIA championships.
  • Specify, develop and validate software running on the FIA datalogger to monitor the regulations.
  • Follow the evolutions required in the FIA datalogger to accommodate for future regulations and championships.


Electronic Systems:

  • Carry out checks of on-car electrical/electronic systems and software for compliance with the technical and sporting regulations.
  • Contribute to the development of on and off-car systems (electrical, electronics, software, data) to support FIA projects.
  • Contribute to the regulations and to the vision for future electronic systems.
  • Work in close collaboration with the technical department to contribute to the common objectives of the department.


Race and test attendance:

  • Support the FIA team at the event with the configuration and verification of electronics systems and FIA monitoring systems.
  • Analyse car data for compliance with the technical and sporting regulations.
  • Assist with the inspection of chassis and powertrain systems, including electronic, electrical, control systems, fuel systems, hydraulic systems.



  • Engineering degree or equivalent expert level in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
  • At least 5 years post-graduate experience in motorsport electronics.
  • Technical knowledge: electrical and electronic systems, embedded systems, communication buses. Programming in C-code and Matlab/Simulink. ECU calibration, control systems for chassis and powertrain, data analysis.
  • Strong organisation and communication skills, proactive, team player attitude, ability to work autonomously and in the strictest confidence.
  • Fluent in English, spoken and written.


If you are interested in this position, please click apply.

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