Aero Designer / CAD Design Engineer

Are you looking for an exciting new challenge and would like to be a part of our team?

Aero Designer / CAD Design Engineer

Would you like to

  • work as design engineer within our Aerodynamics department and design parts for the Formula 1 project’s wind tunnel model?
  • design components for rapid prototype manufacturing for wind tunnel model testing?
  • design components respecting aspects such as practical usability of the model, packaging studies, producibility, cost efficiency and efficient assembly?
  • improve the aerodynamic performance of the race car in collaboration with Aerodynamicists, other Aero Designers and across departments within a very short lead time?
  • continuously maintain and improve complex and already sophisticated methodologies of CAD models and components?
  • generate complex CAD models via CATIA 3DExperience as main activity?

Do you have

  • a basic training as designer (technical college) or mechanical engineer (university of applied sciences) or a technical designer education with corresponding professional experience?
  • work experience in motorsport in similar position?
  • a minimum of one-year professional experience in CAD design?
  • very broad and detailed knowledge of the CATIA V5/V6/3Dx GSD and part design workbench?
  • good visualisation skills and imagination?
  • a very good command of English?
  • a Swiss work permit or an EU nationality and therefore meet the criteria for a work permit in Switzerland?

Are you

  • interested in working in a high-tech environment and fascinated by working in motorsport?
  • used to working independently under time pressure?
  • innovative and do you have a high level of self-initiative?
  • a committed team player, flexible and resilient?

If the above applies and working in a dynamic, cross-functional environment appeals to you, we are looking forward to receiving your application here!

Contact

Address
Sauber Group of Companies
c/o Sauber Motorsport AG
Wildbachstrasse 9
8340 Hinwil, Switzerland

Rolf Matsch, Human Resources
01.09.2022