TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Europe is a unique high-performance testing and development facility based in Cologne, Germany, with a branch in Finland.
Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Toyota Motor Corporation and also the home of TOYOTA works motorsport in Europe. TOYOTA’s successful World Endurance Championship (WEC) and World Rally Championship (WRC) campaigns are operated by TGR-E.
The World Rally Team is operated by a dedicated team of 150 colleagues in Finland.
We are now looking for a BOM Coordinator to strengthen our Design team in Jyväskylä Finland
In this position as a BOM Coordinator, your job includes bill of material management, configuring, and managing of all product data for rally car production and development. Communicating and working together with Design, Engineering and Production departments to ensure time management, achieving tasks on time for rallies and tests. As a BOM Coordinator, you would also be responsible for improving and developing the bill of material structure.
To succeed in this position you need to have BOM handling skills from motorsport industry and practical knowledge of PDM/PLM software for example Teamcenter. We would also wish for you to have knowledge on 3D modelling (ex. CATIA). Experience from racing car engineering and/ or production are seen as an advantage.
We would like for you to have automotive and/or motorsport engineering educational background as well as experience from working in the field. We appreciate good communication- and teamwork skills, motivated attitude as well as independent and initiative problem solving abilities.Aplly now
Toyota’s history in motorsports dates back more than 60 years.
Having raced in all manner of motorsports throughout the world, Toyota’s major successes gained under the most extreme conditions serve as the flesh and blood for building tomorrow’s cars.
In order to embody the concept of “Roads Build People and Cars,” Toyota refines every aspect of its cars on the world’s roads and unsparingly applies the knowledge and technology gained in this way as feedback.
All is for “building ever-better cars.”
Holding this philosophy which has remained unchanged for more than 60 years, Toyota continues to push the limits.