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Extreme E

The NEOM McLaren Extreme E Team entered Extreme E in 2022 with Tanner Foust and Emma Gilmour, McLaren Racing’s first female driver in its 60-year history.

Extreme E is an innovative all-electric off-road series, which aims to use the power of racing for a greater good. Its focus is raising climate awareness by racing in remote locations as well as promoting diversity, by insisting that all teams consist of a male and female driver.

Extreme E is one of five racing series McLaren Racing competes in, including Formula E, Formula 1, IndyCar and esports.

This role forms part of the Racing for All Initiative which is open to those with less than one year’s professional motorsport experience, to enable them to learn exactly what it takes to be part of a professional race team, providing a first step on the career ladder in a competitive industry. The successful candidate would be featured in public content to spread awareness of the initiative and work being done to reduce barriers and attract those who might not otherwise have this opportunity. Particularly those who are female, minority ethnic, or from a lower socio-economic background, are encouraged to apply.


Purpose of the Role:

You will work closely with the trackside team at the Extreme E races. As part of the car crew, you will be responsible for working on the Extreme E car, car sub-assemblies, individual car components and associated support equipment.

This role would be a minimum of three days a week with scope to be a full-time position. The main office for the role will be in Bicester, Oxfordshire and there will be a requirement to travel to race events with the team.


Principle Accountabilities:

  • Build of the track infrastructure, packing and unpacking of the freight at each event
  • Car and front-of-house presentation
  • The build and service of all car components associated with the Extreme E Team


Job requirements

Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

  • Grade C or above in GCSE English, Maths and Science
  • Hobby or voluntary involvement with vehicles – given this is an entry role we don’t require any work experience but would love to see that you’re hands-on and passionate about becoming a mechanic
  • Illustrate a passion for motorsports and achieving success as part of a team

Personal Attributes:

  • A team player who can support others while also getting involved in day-to-day tasks as necessary
  • Highly self-motivated with strong leadership experience and the ability to bring people with you
  • Good analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Results focused and driven to achieve a successful outcome
  • Ability and appetite to flex between all disciplines and act as a bridge driving a collaborative and joined up working environment
  • Passionate about motor racing
  • Passionate about the Sustainability agenda, particularly its application in motorsport

The closing date for this role will be Wednesday 3rd April.


What can McLaren offer?

We strive to provide a fun, innovative, collaborative and open culture where everyone’s input is welcome, and everyone feels part of our achievements. We work hard to create a culture of continuous improvement and support this with a proactive approach to management and personal development.

We encourage hybrid working patterns to give you options to balance your home life and hobbies with your work, and offer a comprehensive package of benefits including private healthcare, car schemes, life insurance and generous pension contributions.

To apply for this job please visit racingcareers.mclaren.com.