• Engineering
  • Chicago

Website Dale Coyne Racing

IndyCar Series

Dale Coyne Racing is actively seeking a Junior Systems Engineer based in Chicago to join our team for the final races of the 2024 NTT Indycar Series and the 2025 season.

Role Summary:
· Attend all races and test events to ensure proper configuration of car sensors and electronics, monitoring vehicle vitals throughout each session.
· Actively participate in weekly workshop-based work sessions.
· Set up and monitor the timing stand on track during all events.
· Provide post-event reports and metrics to track electronic reliability throughout the year.
· Develop and monitor car reliability procedures.
· Provide daily direct reports to the lead systems engineer and collaborate with other team engineers.
· Coordinate with the car crew to optimize workflow and organization.
· Repair and maintain car sensors and wiring looms.
· Organize, integrate, and contribute to maintaining the electronics warehouse.

Key Role Competences:
· Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in an engineering field (Mechanical, Aerospace, Electronics, IT, etc.).
· Proficiency in Matlab/Simulink suite.
· Strong command of MS Office suite (experience with VBA coding is a plus).
· Proficiency in 3D design software, preferably SolidWorks.
· Familiarity with Cosworth Pi suite is advantageous.
· Knowledge of ChassisSim/Canopy is beneficial.
· Familiarity with any additional programming languages is a plus.

The position involves extensive travel and workshop activities, requiring meticulous attention to detail and adherence to team hierarchy. Candidates must be eligible to work in the US and travel to Canada without requiring sponsorship.

Further details regarding job specifics and benefits will be provided separately. Due to the high volume of applications, we regret that not all inquiries can be guaranteed a response. Interested candidates are invited to submit their CV and relevant documents to staffing@dalecoyneracing.com.

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