Want to be part of one of the world’s largest University competitions?
We are looking for dedicated students who love to learn to join our team!
⚡ Design and manufacture HV and LV components
⚡ PCB design using Altium
⚡ Research on battery cells
🔧 Mechanical design of components such as the chassis, suspension, pedal box and steering
🔧Using software such as Solidworks to model designs
🔧 Manual and CNC lathe and mill operation
🔧 Composites work
📈 Manufacturing cost analysis, budgeting and procurement
📈 Managing sponsorship
📈 Social media, newsletter, website management and content marketing
📈 Organising promotional events
📈 Recruitment and Project Management
Who We Are
Being part of the team means you’ll be working with motivated, like-minded UTS students who are all wanting to make the most of their university experience.
We’re a friendly bunch and beauty is we’re all working towards the same goal. You will collaborate with the team daily and there’s no experience necessary as you will be trained on tasks as you go.
We generally do not take first-year students in their first semester however if you’ve had previous industry or trade experience then we want to hear from you!
As long as you participate with an open mindset, take initiative and are ready to learn, you’re welcome with open arms!
During the year you’ll also participate in track testing days, and at the end of the year can come along to the Competition in Melbourne (with a few social events in between)
As a UTS: Motorsports Electric team member, you gain access to our workshop and range of manufacturing tools.
You’ll also get the opportunity to learn from experienced UTS machinists and academics.
Our workshop has all the tools and software needed to both design and
We also provide personal protective gear (PPE) to keep you safe around the tools and machinery!
Who are we looking for?
Manufacturing team members
- Can dedicate yourself to a task
- No experience necessary – We will teach you everything you need to know
- You will be committed and invested in getting the car ready to race
- A go-to attitude
Autonomous-Mechanical team members
About the role:
- Responsible for ensuring all mechanical systems are functional
- Will work closely with the electrical mechanical team members
- Have the skill and dedication to design the braking system