Careers

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) is responsible for staging two iconic international events, the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne and the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix in Phillip Island. We are an internationally recognised and respected leader on the world motorsport stage.

"Our people at AGPC" are a group of passionate and talented women and men who work hard all year to make these events possible. We have different specialist departments working towards a very clear common goal – providing Melbourne and Victoria with world-class international motorsport events.

Event-Related Work

Many of our temporary roles are filled each year with repeat staff who work at a number of major events across the year or from staff referrals. However, we do have a small number of event-related roles that we recruit for each year.

Please forward your resume to employment@grandprix.com.au for any event-related opportunities.

If you are interested in catering or hospitality roles, please apply directly to Atlantic Groupfood&desire or GEMA Group (F1® only).

For all security work, please apply directly to MSS (F1®) or DOME Security (MotoGP™).

Current Available Positions

General Manager - Sales and Commercial

 

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