Global recruiter, Randstad, is inviting engineers from Australia, Belgium, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands and the UK to take part in a unique online challenge that is geared-up to find the engineering elite. 
 
Developed in partnership with engineers of the Formula 1 Williams Racing team, the challenge is aimed at mechanical engineers who want to pit their skills against their industry colleagues.  Winning engineers will be able to lap up some incredible prizes, from Formula One race tickets to a VIP behind-the-scenes tour of the Williams factory in Grove, Oxfordshire.

Professionals will be tasked with taking part in three ‘laps’, consisting of a series of multiple choice questions, over a three-week period. It will test their mental agility, engineering knowledge and their lightning reaction skills. Visit www.randstadengineeringchallenge.com to take part.
 
“Within the Randstad Group we have 55 years of experience in all areas of engineering and we know our challenge will appeal to those problems solvers out there,” says Chris Fine, Engineering Branch Manager at Randstad. “Promoting education and career opportunities in STEM profiles is crucial in a market where technical skills are in high demand. With this Challenge, we hope to attract more high quality engineers and help to fulfil the increasing demand from the industry.”
 
Randstad has been an official partner of Williams since 2006. The partnership has resulted in many events on and off the tracks. One of the joint initiatives is the Randstad Williams Engineering Academy, enrolling top-students in an e-learning program combined with regular mentor support from Williams and career guidance from Randstad. The Engineering Challenge is the latest initiative resulting from the partnership.