Gliwice factory workers wanted by Formula 1

Formula 1, also known as Grand Prix Racing, is regarded as the world’s most prestigious auto racing competition. Now Ferrari, BMW Sauber and McLaren, the highest-ranking Formula 1 teams, are looking for Polish workers, reports Dziennik Zachodni. But there’s no need to be alarmed for Poland’s number one champion, Robert Kubica, as this call to arms will remain off the racetrack.F1 teams are recruiting highly skilled, professional and experienced personnel for their workshops. This is guaranteed by Fair Recruitment, a company specializing in recruiting specialists, managers and personnel for various types of industries.In the past the company has recruited for energy, oil and gas, construction, automotive and new technology (IT) industries. They also manage recruitment in marketing, public relations and other sectors, depending on client needs. Now Fair Recruitment is searching for people with boatyard and aircraft construction experience.”We’re searching for workers that will be the world’s best F1 constructors. We need two teams of 4 persons,” said Jakub Pawlaszek, Fair Recruitment’s manager-in-chief. Dziennik Zachodni reports that the main hiring employers are the top three ranking F1 teams – Ferrari, McLaren and possibly BMW Sauber (Robert Kubica’s team). It’s not so surprising that pro car racing teams are specifically hiring Polish workers. “Our yachts and boats are highly regarded in Western Europe. And people from our boatyard or aircraft works are the most wanted by F1 constructors because they are usually experienced in work with laminats used in racecar construction,” explained Jakub Pawlaszek in an interview for Dziennik Zachodni. As employment by F1 has potential for highly lucrative contracts, workers from various industries are applying. Opel Factory workers are also being taken into consideration by Fair Recruitment. “After a month of recruitment we have already received 200 applications,” adds Pawlaszek.The basic salary for employees is about 15 euro per hour, and as contracts are for all of next season, they guarantee six to nine months of regular 3,300 euro pay. Complimentary transportation and posh accommodation are also provided, ensured the Fair Recruitment manager.However, job requirements are set high. Workers must have experience with laminates (as racecar production uses similar techniques), composite fitting, and they must be proficient in English.

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