NASCAR: Updated List Of Job Openings (June 2016)

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The 2016 NASCAR season is just past the 1/3 mark but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t still a few awesome jobs still available around the sport.

Updated: June 18th, 2016 at 7:30 PM ET.

Have you ever wanted to work in NASCAR? Well, now might be your chance!

Each month we bring to our readers an updated list of job openings from NASCAR and their teams. Each month we highlight some of the more exciting openings in the sport as well as some that our readers might be interested in applying for. If you have ever dreamed of working with a NASCAR team or NASCAR themselves you might consider applying for one of the openings below.

Here is a list of some of the current openings with NASCAR and some of NASCAR’s premier teams.

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  • *NEW* NASCAR – Technician, Pit Road
    • NASCAR seeks a talented professional to join us in the position of Technician, Pit Road Officiating Technology. This is a hands on field position responsible for the week to week deployment, support and teardown of the newly created Pit Road Officiating application and hauler. This position must have extensive experience with automated tracking systems for officiating for sports, IPTV camera systems and networking. Learn more about this role and our team by applying for consideration at
  • *NEW* Derrike Cope Racing/JP Motorsports – Crew Chief
    • Derrike Cope Racing with JP Motorsports is looking for a highly motivated self starter to crew chief the DCR Team #70. Experience as a crew or car chief in a NASCAR series is a must. Excellent communication and leadership skills are required. Salary is dependent on experience more than education. Candidate must be willing to travel every week and be able to perform hard physical labor. Individuals who do not have a strong passion for this sport need not apply. Please send a simple resume’ detailing personal goals, experience, education, and all contact information. At least 2 former NASCAR team employer references is required. Letters of recommendation are suggested. Email all information to
  • *NEW* NASCAR – Programs Volunteer, NASCAR Foundation
    • The NASCAR Foundation is dedicated to helping children learn how to win, both inside and outside of the classroom, through a variety of educational opportunities. The NASCAR Foundation embodies the compassion of the NASCAR industry and offers an exciting fast paced work environment for up-and-coming professionals. Learn more about The NASCAR Foundation at and follow us on our social networks at and Twitter: @NASCAR_FDN.
  • Obaika Racing (No. 97 XFINTIY Series team) is in the need of the following positions.
    • Pit Stop Coach – Able to train and coordinate training of all positions of a NASCAR pit crew
      Must have some mechanical ability to work on NASCAR Xfinity car during the week as well as go over the wall on weekends
    • Car Chief – Experience in all facets of NASCAR Racing as well as set ups in the 3 top series of NASCAR
      Must be able to teach and communicate well with others and be able to lead if crew chief is busy
    • Office Manager – Experience with quick books. Self starter and good phone manners. 20-25 hrs a week. Can be flexible with schedule.
      All applications can be sent to
  • Front Row Motorsports – Body Hanger and /or a Finish Fabricator
    • Please e-mail resume to or fax to (704)873-5120
  • NASCAR – Technical Systems Engineer
    • IMSA seeks a talented professional to join us in the position of Technical Systems Engineer based in our Daytona Beach, Florida office. Primary responsibilities include data monitoring, collection, analysis, and reporting across multiple series and classes. Assists in development, integration, and support of data acquisition systems. Further develops performance algorithms, statistical analysis tools, simulations, and standardized reporting to the IMSA Technical Committee. Assists in management and distribution of electronic systems to competitors. Assists in writing and revising regulations, further developing enforcement methods, and refining the Balance of Performance (BoP) process.
  • NASCAR – General Maintenance Laborer (Road Atlanta)
    • Responsible for all general building and facility maintenance and upkeep; ensure all facilities are maintained at the highest standard level to provide safe environment for staff, visitors, and the public. Learn more about this role and our team by applying for consideration at

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All of the above listings were taken from the teams official websites or from official NASCAR postings. Please respond via the email addresses provided by the teams