Motorsport Jobs: Find your role in motorsport at the MIA Jobs Fair

Are you thinking about a career in motorsport or the automotive sector? An engineering student and want to know which route to take? Or an experienced professional looking for the next step in your career?

Motorsport Jobs: Find your role in motorsport at the MIA Jobs Fair

On April 25, Motorsportjobs.com and more than 30 other high profile companies from the motorsport and automotive sectors will be at Silverstone to discuss career opportunities as part of the MIA Jobs Fair.

A wide range of roles and opportunities will be available on the day, including jobs in engineering, design, manufacturing, sales and marketing, motorsport events, motorsport courses and apprenticeship schemes.

Get advice from the experts, meet with key companies and take the next step in your career.

Several jobseekers found their dream job at the previous Jobs Fair, and you could too. Come along with your CV, show your skills and enthusiasm and don't miss this opportunity to impress your potential employer.

Register here today

Confirmed exhibitors include:

Aero Tech Laboratories (ATL)
AP Racing
AVL UK
BMW
Bosch
Cranfield University
GRM Consulting
Hewland
Hypermotive
Ilmor Engineering
Jaguar Land Rover
Jonathan Lee Recruitment
Lentus Composites
MAHLE Powertrain
MotorsportJobs.com
McLaren Automotive
National College for Motorsport
National Motorsport Academy
RaceStaff
Race Tech Magazine
South Northamptonshire Council
SST Technology
Titan
Williams F1

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