Hybrid: This position does require an employee to be on-site to perform effectively. This position requires an employee to be onsite 2-4 times per week.
We are growing our Motorsports Competition Engineering team and seeking a Racing Regulations Performance Engineer with automotive Motorsports experience to be the racecar platform and class regulations expert, responsible for working with sanctioning bodies to represent General Motors in the development and maintenance of regulations. You will create and maintain technical documentation required by Sportscar racing programs at GM. Connect with powertrain, production engineering, and key partners in racing. Collaborate with racecar constructors to produce user documentation to support homologation submissions and updates for motorsports programs. You will be a critical resource for ongoing racecar development through the life of the program as well as providing clarifications around compliance and will work closely with the GM Sports Car Racing performance engineering team supporting simulation and testing. Interested in joining our growing team and working a flexible schedule? Read on and apply!
Support technical working group meetings with the sanctioning body (FIA) to ensure ongoing compliance and provide technical feedback as an advocate for GM’s objectives for future racing series. When needed, able to attend very early morning virtual meetings and travel to some in-person international meetings.
Thoroughly understand rules and regulations for the racecar platforms relevant to GM and the series we race in to help steer development.
Compile and submit homologation documentation for Sportscar racing programs and fulfill requests for clarification to the sanctioning body, as well as revising existing documentation.
Work with GM Powertrain to document engine components in homologation document.
Document technology transfer to and from production and find opportunities to tie back to production in technology and marketing.
Be accessible via phone during races for homologation documentation emergencies and available to make urgent updates. Potentially attend key races for homologation support.
Audit material that is submitted to sanctioning body and provide feedback to enable program development objectives.
Point contact for communications with sanctioning body relative to regulations and the racecar homologation.
Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering
5+ years in an automotive engineering role, preferably with motorsports experience
Extremely detail oriented individuals with a strong understanding of vehicle systems
Excited about spending hours immersed in regulations and technical rule sets
Strong collaboration skills and ability to navigate relationships with external partners
Ability to communicate well about technical topics
High level of integrity, ability to deal with ambiguity, take initiative/self-directed
Ability to read and speak French is considered a big benefit for this role
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• Paid time off including vacation days, holidays, and parental leave for mothers, fathers and adoptive parents;
• Healthcare (including a triple tax advantaged health savings account and wellness incentive), dental, vision and life insurance plans to cover you and your family;
• Company and matching contributions to 401K savings plan to help you save for retirement;
• Global recognition program for peers and leaders to recognize and be recognized for results and behaviors that reflect our company values;
• Tuition assistance and student loan refinancing;
• Discount on GM vehicles for you, your family and friends.
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