Rimac Group announces recruitment drive at UK R&D facility

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Next year, Rimac Group will launch a recruitment drive at the Rimac Technology UK R&D center in Warwickshire. The company is looking to employ new talent across multiple divisions for key manufacturer projects as well as for Project 3 Mobility, another Rimac company, and a new energy storage initiative. Rimac Technology is engaged in programs with Aston Martin, Porsche, Hyundai, Kia, Automobili Pininfarina and Koenigsegg, which new team members may have a chance to be part of, along with a number of other exciting ventures.

Throughout 2023, Rimac Technology UK will be advertising roles in battery systems engineering at all levels; mechanical design engineering at all levels; electric engineering in embedded software, functional safety, software development, battery management systems and embedded hardware; project purchasing; manufacturing engineering; business development; control systems; body engineering; trim, electric engineering and software; and vehicle engineering.

Mate Rimac, CEO of the Rimac Group, said, “The level of engineering talent within the UK makes it an absolutely crucial location for our growing Rimac Technology business. There’s such a high concentration of innovative young mobility companies, established automotive brands and motorsport experts that it makes sense for us to have a hub in the country that will allow people to be a part of the Rimac Group without the potential upheaval of moving country. This is a long-term strategy for us, and while our current UK home is temporary, we are already seeking a larger, more permanent base in the country in line with our future growth predictions for the company.”

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