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The Formula One's Grand Prix isn't just a race, it is a feat of industry, logistics and teamwork. Teams from around the world come together bringing their unique talents to bare in the effort to compete and win. Strong teams are built by leaders with the vision to see how independent team members will work together, empowering the team to succeed. In F1, teams are striving for perfection and so are we. Randstad Australia is proud to support the Williams Martini Racing team and you can count on us to bring the same level of professionalism to your workplace, that race teams bring to Formula 1.
 
 
 

6 careers that drive F1

The F1 represents the forefront of
engineering and workmanship;
supporting it are professionals
of every kind.

Mechanical Engineer

Builds faster bodies for race cars.

Accountant

Dots the I's and crosses the T's letting the team keep its books balanced.
 

Data Analyst

Tracks testing data and interprets it with the design and engineering team.

Sales Manager

Negotiates sponsorships with leading brands.
 

Executive Assistant

Helps keep teams in line and on time.

Welder Fitter

Works to hand weld important components on these hand built machines.
 
 
 

Mechanical Engineer

Mechanical and automotive engineering requires candidates who have excellent technical skills and knowledge and are intellectually inclined. In F1, Mechanical Engineers assist in the design, testing, analysis and manufacturing of the vehicle, all to make it go faster.

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Sales Manager

Sales manager positions are in strong demand across many different vertical markets. These professionals are expected to lead their sales teams in business-to-business and/or business-to-consumer environments. In F1, sales managers coordinate valuable sponsorship deals that help teams pay their employees; they help venues run events and they help drivers burn through fuel and tyres.

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Welder Fitter

Welders operate equipment that welds ferrous and non-ferrous metals for various manufacturing industries. Advanced welders working on both small and large scale fitting and assembly projects welders are in need across the country. In F1, specialised welders work on race days and in repair crews to keep the cars together and performing at their best.

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Data Analyst

Data analysts collect, interpret and store data for things seemingly as simple as the groceries we buy or as complex as the manoeuvring of air over the cockpit of a Formula 1 car. Data analysts are the digital experts who organise scientific data so that engineers and other scientists can work with it to improve race cars safety, precision and speed.

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Executive Assistant

Executive assistants are the linchpin connecting an executive leader to their teams, stakeholders and clients. With determination and skill they coordinate events, manage schedules and most importantly, personalities, as they help their executive teams shift priorities at a moment's notice and drive the business forward.

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Accountant

Accountants keep companies mindful of the need to keep accurate records and plan for their future financial stability. Virtually every business needs basic bookkeeping and tax services, as well as more advanced services such as auditing and strategic planning. An F1 team has a lot of expenses, so the limitations set by the bookkeepers keep cars on the track and teams in business.

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