NASCAR Cup Series
Top 10 Openings in October on Racer Jobs
Oct 20, 2023
Here are the top job openings in the NASCAR industry currently available on Racer Jobs in the month of November, brought to you by Prestige Staffing.
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The offseason may be here for NASCAR, but the work back at the shop never ends. From breaking down items from the 2023 season and preparing for the 2024 efforts, teams are hard at work ahead of the holiday season. This also means that many teams are currently hiring for a number of roles, ranging from engineers to partnership managers to hauler drivers.
Here are the top 10 openings on RacerJobs.com for the month of November, presented by Prestige Staffing:
Interior Mechanic - Travel at Trackhouse Racing: Apply Today
Trackhouse Racing is currently looking for a qualified candidate for the role of a traveling Interior Mechanic for its NASCAR Cup Series efforts. This travel team member responsible for preparation and quality control of interior mechanical components of race cars for race events and tests.
Track Engineer at Front Row Motorsports: Apply Today
Front Row Motorsports is searching for someone to fill the vacant role of Track Engineer on its NASCAR program. This role reports to the Crew Chief of one of FRM’s cars and will have direct impact on setup decisions, race strategy, car build processes, report generation, and many more items that effect the race results each weekend. Over two years of experience in motorsports at any level is a desired qualification.
Hauler Driver at 23XI Racing: Apply Today
Be a part of the NASCAR action week-in and week-out, as 23XI Racing is hiring for a new Hauler Driver. This role is primarily responsible for the preparation of the race hauler on a weekly basis and driving the race car transporter to and from the track, wind tunnel, NASCAR inspections, etc. May require use of automated routing equipment. Requires commercial drivers’ license.
NASCAR Cup Series Race Engineer at Joe Gibbs Racing: Apply Today
This position requires a highly motivated engineer possessing expertise in optimization of performance as it applies to car setup and race strategy. The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of high-level motorsport engineering experience, centering around race engineering tasks with deep involvement in vehicle simulation. A high concern for quality, an ability to independently produce high-quality results, and skills to manage and process high volumes of complex data in a high-pressure environment is necessary.
Race Engineer at TRICON Garage: Apply Today
As a Race Engineer at TRICON Garage, you will be required to be driven and a self-motivated individual with experience in the field of engineering and vehicle dynamics. The job will require the individual to work within a team environment including our competition group and perform various race engineering tasks that pertain to competition and vehicle dynamics. The ideal candidate should have at least one year of engineering experience in motorsports
Partnerships Manager at Team Penske: Apply Today
The Partnership Marketing team at Team Penske is responsible for the overall strategy and execution of over 45 corporate partner relationships, including several Fortune 100 and 500 companies, operating in a variety of business categories. The Partnership Manager will be responsible for managing a growing portfolio of brands associated with Team Penske. The ideal candidate will be able to build strong relationships and quickly move from account management and rights delivery to ensuring partners strategically maximize the use of Team Penske assets to drive their brand and business objectives.
Transport Driver - IndyCar/IMSA at Team Penske: Apply Today
Team Penske transport drivers are full-time, year-round opportunities driving for our International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) or IndyCar programs. Our transport drivers are expected to represent the company in a professional manner at all times while working on the road and in the shop. As a transport driver, you will be responsible for safely transporting cars and associated equipment, tools and materials to and from race and/or test venues for race related events. This position requires fluctuating weekday and weekend work based on event schedules; home time will vary. When not driving for race or test events, our transport drivers work in the shop preparing the transporter and equipment for upcoming events.
Hospitality Coordinator at RFK Racing: Apply Today
The Hospitality Coordinator is responsible for organizing partner events under the direction of the Senior Director, Marketing Operations. The position requires a thorough understanding of the needs, logistics, impact and interaction with partners and team staff to conduct successful motorsport event activities at both local and off-site locations. To be effective, the Hospitality Coordinator must be able to manage resources for diverse events which vary from client to fan focused and ensure that client or company objectives are met by the events. Projects require the ability to manage proposals, quotes, planning and execution. Some travel may be required.
Building/Facilities Maintenance at RFK Racing: Apply Today
The Maintenance Technician will oversee the general upkeep of the RFK Racing facilities and its infrastructure. This position will maintain building operations and ensure that the facilities are safe and functional at all times. The Maintenance Technician will also manage routine maintenance and emergency repairs to prevent and resolve safety or comfort issues.
Project and Race Support Engineer Intern (January 2024) at Hendrick Motorsports: Apply Today
Hendrick Motorsports is currently seeking a highly motivated engineering student to work as a Project and Race Support Engineer Intern to begin in January 2024. The ideal candidate is familiar with project management concepts and methodology, coordinating resources, problem solving, data analysis and reporting. In this role, you will work proactively and professionally to cultivate relationships and improve performance by thinking analytically and being highly organized. The Project and Race Support Engineer Intern must be able to multi-task in a dynamic and constantly evolving environment while maintaining a strong work ethic and integrity. This role requires great attention to detail, excellent communication skills, flexible availability, and interest in engineering and mechanical principles.
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