Every company has a history. We have legacy and have been building it since 1983. Here at Ilmor, we pride ourselves in delivering the best high-performance engines to all of our clients, providing them with design, development, testing, manufacturing, and conquering racetracks of IndyCar, ARCA, NASCAR, SRX and more.
When we say we deliver the best, we deliver results. We’ll let our resume speak for itself : 21 Indianapolis 500 Wins, 335+ IndyCar Wins, 20 IndyCar Drivers Championships, and 22 IndyCar Manufacturers Championships all in under 40 years.
And we’re just getting started. We’re hungry for victory, we have a thirst that can only be quenched by the taste of podium champagne, and we have an obsession with being the best.
The real question is do you? Don’t just create history, create legacy.
In this newly-created, critical role you will work with professionals who are committed to ensuring every engine we build for the water and race track performs with Ilmor-standard perfection.
The Dynamometer Team at Ilmor Engineering operates our Engine Quality and Testing Lab. As the leader of this team, your will be a key driver of our commitment to delivering world-class engines to our marine and racing customers.
The successful candidate will be a hands-on technical subject matter expert on engine dynamometer operations and best practices.
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For our elite team to deliver world-class engines to our racing and marine customers, the hours can be long and effort is always intense : especially March through June.
As the Dynamometer Manager, you will lead our passionate and dedicated team : you will set an example and be looked to as a strong, hands-on leader.
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