We are looking for dedicated students from any discipline. Applications close at midnight on Sunday 30th of September 2018. Good Luck!
Read through the sub-section descriptions below and decide where you'd like to fit in to the team! You should keep in mind that every role requires a lot of time and commitment. We look for students who have a passion for motorsport and a willingness to learn.
||Be part of the team responsible for bodywork design and manufacture. The bodywork sets the style of the car and so team members must consider both form and function. Accessibility to other parts on the car such as the pedal box must be considered. You should have an interest in composite materials.
|Chassis & Suspension
||You should have an interest in vehicle and tyre dynamics if applying for this role. Knowledge in these areas is preferable. Knowledge of Abaqus, MATLAB, Susprog3D and/or OptimumG packages is also preferable. This team is responsible for the design of the car's frame, the driver environment and the suspension system.
||You will be working as part of a team to design the unsprung mass of the vehicle (i.e. uprights, braking system, hubs, etc.). Knowledge in manufacturing techniques and FEA is preferable. You should have interests in manufacturing, materials and FEA.
||You will be working as part of a team who are responsible for design, manufacturing and sourcing of drivetrain components (i.e. driveshafts, differential, sprocket, chain, etc.). You should have an interest in these components as well as in manufacturing techniques. Again, knowledge in manufacturing techniques and FEA is preferable.
||You will be part of a team who are responsible for the design, manufacturing and sourcing of the powertrain system (i.e. intake, engine, exhaust, fueling, cooling, throttle). You should have an interest in the workings of an internal combustion engine. A good knowledge in this area is preferable. Internal Flow CFD knowledge is also preferable.
||As a member of the electronics team you will be involved in the design and manufacture of electronic components for the car. Fields within the team range from embedded system design to software to mechanical fittings and packaging solutions. Applicants should have knowledge in electronics and wiring experience is beneficial but not essential.
|Sponsorship & Public Relations
||The Sponsorship and Logistics team are responsible for a variety of key tasks within UGRacing. The team are primarily relied upon to obtain supporting partners, as well to maintain relationships with continuing partners. To do this the team produces marketing material, such as a Sponsorship Pack, newsletters, and social media content, as well as contacting companies directly to request support. The team are also responsible for the organisation of publicity events, including the car’s launch, as well as the logistics of testing and competitions, such as travel and accommodation.
If you are interested specifically in the role of graphic design, please apply here.
If you are interested specifically in becoming a photographer for UGR, please apply here.
If you are interested specifically in becoming a filmmaker/ videographer for UGR, please apply here.
Select your first and second choice positions within the team. (While we try and accommodate all applicants based on their experience and choices, this may not always be possible.)
Please list any relevant experience you may have in the following areas - note not all sections may be relevant to your application.
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