Overview

Main Responsibilities:

o Adhere to all company policies and operational procedures
o Read and interpret technical drawings, work orders, and technical data sheets
o Follow standard document procedures, including filling out travelers and initialing paperwork
o Perform complex composite laminations
o Laminate parts by proper placement of composite materials into molds following ply schedules, ply books,
or laser systems
o Prepare parts for bagging, including placement of release film or peel ply, bleeders, thermocouples, and
vacuum connections
o Vacuum bag processing, bonding, and oven/autoclave curing
o Perform post production processing: demolding, trimming, grinding, sanding, cutting, drilling,
countersinking, and cleaning
o Surface prep, using grit blast, hand abrade, and power abrasion techniques
o Assembly of parts including set up, bonding, and fastener applications
o Handling, mixing and applying various resin/catalyst materials and other chemicals and solvents
o Make basic layouts or reference points on parts or assemblies to check dimensions using calipers,
micrometers, and precision scales
o Verify work to ensure a defect free part prior to presenting to quality control
o Work efficiently and effectively with extreme attention to detail and continual pursuit of excellence
o General understanding of ISO9001 and AS9100 quality management systems and adhere to ISO9001
and AS9100 quality standards

Requirements for the position:

o High school diploma/GED or equivalent required
o Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
o Knowledge of basic safety procedures and utilization of personal protective equipment
o Consistent, punctual attendance
o Basic computer skills
o Ability to work with basic shop tools and equipment
o ITAR requirements to confirm to U.S. government space technology export regulations, employee must
be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by ITAR (22cfr
120.15) or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. department of state

About Dallara

Dallara was founded by its current president, Giampaolo Dallara in 1972. After working for Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, and De Tomaso, Dallara wanted to continue pursuing his dream of working in the world of racecars. He established “Dallara Automobili da Competizione” in his hometown of Varano de Melegari, Parma.

Since its establishment, Dallara has become world renowned for its specialty in designing, manufacturing, and developing racecars. The company’s success can be credited to its achievements in Formula 3, first in Italy then around the world, its acclaim with American IndyCars, its consultancy for major manufacturers, and its continued focus on technology and innovation. Dallara prides itself in searching for the highest standards of quality, performance, safety, and customer support.

Dallara’s core competencies include: design using carbon fiber composite materials, aerodynamics by means of wind tunnel and CFD, vehicle dynamics through simulations and testing, and the fast and flexible production of high quality prototypes.

Every weekend, approximately 300 Dallara cars run on tracks around the world in various formulas. The company is present in all Formula 3 championships, and is the sole supplier of cars for IndyCar c, Indy Lights, GP2, GP3, Formula 3.5 V8, Super Formula and Renault Sport Trophy. Dallara also makes cars for instructional leagues such as the Formulino, for the Formula E championship, for WEC, ELMS and IMSA.

In recent years, the engineering activities have expanded, both for racecars and for high-performance road cars. Dallara provides consultancy services to some of the world’s most important international car companies including Alfa Romeo, Audi, Bugatti, Ferrari, KTM, Lamborghini, Maserati and many others that cannot be mentioned due to confidentiality agreements.