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    IT Support Team Leader at Williams

    Petrol-head and a computer whizz? The IT support team leader will be on hand to oversee the smooth running of Williams’ IT equipment, whether that’s at the track or at head office.

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    Development Engineer – Hybrid Systems

    Passionate about science and technology? A development engineer creates experiments to test, analyse and make suggestions for technological process so that the end result is improved and streamlined.

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    Williams Junior Design Engineer

    Love maths, design, computers and fast cars? A design engineer is someone who draws designs to demonstrate how a piece of equipment in development could be made even better.

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    Machinist at Williams

    F1 motorsport fan who likes the idea of learning a trade? Williams machinists are skilled craft workers with an engineering focus. They create precision parts for machinery, manufactured products and vehicles.

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    Williams F1 Race Team Mechanic

    Love motor sports and enjoy fixing things? Race team mechanics work on Formula One racing cars helping to build them from scratch.

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    Williams Composite Technician

    Can you build things from scratch? Composite technicians at Williams use composite products to create or repair anything from skis and aeroplanes to car parts.

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    Williams F1 Press Officer

    Do you have a way with words and are you naturally confident ? A press officer is someone who knows all the latest exciting goings-on for their brand and shares that information with the rest of the world.

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    Williams F1 Electronics Engineer

    Is your favourite school subject maths or sciences? An F1 electronics engineer is someone who takes their electronics, science and maths skills and uses them to make fast cars go safer and faster.

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    Williams Work Experience Placement

    Interested in motor racing and engineering and love subjects like science, technology, engineering and maths? Then have a go at applying to Williams for one of these schemes.

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    Aerodynamicist at Williams

    Are you a 'petrolhead' who loves science subjects and working in a fast-moving environment? An aerodynamicist is an engineer who helps to design, construct everything from aircraft to missiles and spacecraft

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Founded: 1977

When you think of Williams you probably think of fast cars, racing and world travel – and you’d be right! But it takes a lot of talented people to get a Grand Prix car out on track, and Williams relies on more than 500 people at its factory in Oxfordshire to do just that. After all, being one of the best racing teams in the world means having the best engineers building the best cars in the world too.

So how did it all begin? Well, Sir Frank Williams and Patrick Head formed Williams in 1977 and since then we’ve gone from strength to strength, winning 16 FIA Formula One World Championship titles.

And as well as racing, we've set up Williams Advanced Engineering which takes the cutting edge technology that we originally developed for Formula One and adapts it for lots of other applications. One area where this has been most successful has been in hybrid technologies. We’ve used electro-mechanics to create energy storage systems that can help reduce green house gas emissions in things like buses and trams. Williams Advanced Engineering now has over 100 people working to bring Formula One technology to the wider world.

But let’s not forget about the cars. In fact, Williams has a history of building cars at our factory for lots of different purposes outside of Formula One. Our engineers can design, develop and manufacture a tailored car to suit any customer’s needs – pretty much however they want it. Perhaps that’s why our engineers enjoy working for us so much – because we can turn ideas into reality faster than almost anyone else.

Love fast cars, engineering and Formula 1? Dream of working for Williams? Discover the range of opportunities available in their Career World including: Aerodynamicist, Electronics Engineer, Race Team Mechanic, Machinist, Pattern Shop Miller, Development Engineer and more! 

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