Stefan GP, the new Serbian team that is trying to make its way to the 2010 Formula One grid is now hiring people. A new job page on their website calls for people who are willing to work in either Germany or Serbia.
The web page reads: "We are currently seeking a talented and energetic applicant's to work within our SGP Team for various Formula 1 Team positions."
"This will encompass all areas of the Formula 1 team, car, including conceptual design, analysis, development, materials technology and all forms of testing. Some international travel may also be a feature. You should be degree qualified, ideally with experience within a Motorsport environment and experience in Formula 1. Experience in CAE would also be advantageous. A strong personality and desire to win will ensure you fit well within this dynamic Team. Candidates will need to have demonstrated technical competence as well as a collaborative and proactive approach to their work. This role's requires an understanding of race car systems and team operation."
The team also has vacancies in marketing, hospitality and travel.
It is still questionable how the team will make it to the grid. The FIA has not mentioned anything about Stefan GP, while Toyota have also denied that it has sold its 2010 chassis.