Trainee Engine Builder

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Spalding, Lincs / UK | Engine / Powertrain

Neil Brown Engineering has established itself as a renowned engine supplier to various teams for over 40 years. It has taken on some of the best in the world and has come through with numerous successes. Our engines are designed, developed and manufactured to compete at the front of the field in categories like DTM, F3, BTCC and Classic Car Racing.

Neil Brown Engineering is looking to continue our success onto customer projects. With our state-of-the-art facility and highly skilled team we are capable of taking on any customer project that requires a quick turn around and precision work with exceptional performance and reliability.

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Neil Brown Engineering Ltd
Spalding, Lincs / UK
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Neil Brown Engineering Ltd is a competition Engine Manufacturer based in Spalding, Lincolnshire and has been designing, manufacturing and building race-winning engines for international and National Championships in the UK and Europe for over 40 years.

Our projects range from BTCC, F4, Classic motorsport to one off Niche Individual engine projects.

Due to our continued growth, a rare opportunity has arisen for a Trainee Engine Builder to join our small and highly skilled team. In the role you will learn all aspect of building competition race engines. Engine strip down and rebuilds to a high standard. You will gain in depth knowledge of engine function, cam/ignition timing, compression ratios calculations, using measuring/inspection equipment. The role may eventually include dyno testing and understanding data from engine management systems to maximise the performance and reliability of our engines.

Hours: 40 hours per work, Monday to Friday.

Personal Attributes:

  • High level of attention to detail
  • Demonstrate good mechanical skills.
  • Numeracy and computer literacy
  • Tidy and organised
  • Good problem solving
  • Enthusiasm and motivation
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability to work under pressure.
  • Willingness to learn
  • Flexibility and readiness to adjust working hours to achieve deadlines.
  • An interest in motorsport is preferred.
  • Eligible to work in the UK


  • Competitive salary
  • 22 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Private medical insurance

Candidates must be able to work both as a team player and on their own initiative.
The role may require some circuit support which would include weekend work to attend test and race meetings.

This is an interesting and challenging role which offers the successful candidate a career in a renowned motorsport engineering company.

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