NOT ACTIVE – Senior Data Scientist – F1 Motorsport – Oxfordshire
Senior Data Scientist / Data Scientist – F1 Motorsport
Location: Oxfordshire (four days in the office, one day working from home).
Package: £50-70k for mid-level Data Scientist, £70-90k for Senior Data Scientist + Championship bonus scheme, bike-to-work scheme (worth up to £3k), healthcare & life assurance options, and pension contribution (5% matched).
2.62 seconds. The time it takes to service an entire F1 racing car at the pit stop.
2 weeks. The time you have as a Data Scientist to optimise that racing car’s performance.
Your data could make or break lap time for one of the world’s leading F1 teams.
A lap time that over 500 million people will see at the most-watched annual sporting series in the world.
As a Data Scientist, you’ll provide data services to the rest of the company to continuously improve their F1 racing car design and performance.
You’ll work in an incredibly high-profile, competitive environment where you collaborate closely with your teammates in friendly and innovative surroundings. Ideas are turned around in mere minutes or hours, from proposal – to concept – to result.
And in this ever-changing landscape, you’ll do whatever it takes to find the solution and hit the deadline.
Because ultimately, you’re all working towards the same goal: to improve the F1 racing car’s performance.
Variety of work – every day is different, with projects determined by the needs of upcoming tests and races, and turnaround is rapid.
High impact – you’ll have the unique opportunity to quickly see the impact of your work in as little as two weeks.
A collaborative culture – join a fast-paced, harmonised and rewarding culture where everyone has one clear goal, and the passion for what they do is infectious.
Ownership and equipment – you’ll have control of your data, from transfer to access, plus the software and hardware you need to enable you to turn ideas into production.
Rare opportunity – to work in one of the world’s most prestigious and high-profile industries, where succeeding in your role could seriously boost your career.
Can you handle the speed?
You’ll join a tight community of 120 colleagues, where your team has one collective goal: to maximise downforce, minimise drag and improve the racing car’s performance.
Reporting to the Head of Aerodynamic Technology, you’ll have access to data from state-of-the-art aerodynamic testing environments, across wind tunnel, computational fluid dynamics and track – with all the software and hardware you need to do the job.
Your role will primarily involve:
You won’t be afraid to try new things or ask for help when you don’t know the answer – leading with a flexible and experimental approach is key to success in this role.
You’ll be naturally inquisitive and keen to try out different ideas for testing, problem-solving and using data across various domains.
And you’ll add the following skills and experience:
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