Pat Musi Racing Engines Seeking Experienced Engine Assembler to Join Growing Team
The candidate must have experience in engine assembly and block work, including honing and boring, but Pat Musi emphasized the position will include multiple tasks.
The candidate would work under Robert Hallberg, who is the head assembler at the shop and has worked with Musi for 40 years. He’s regarded as one of the most experienced assemblers in the industry, giving the potential employee an opportunity to thrive at one of the top engine-building companies in the sport.
“This is a great chance for somebody to get involved with a shop that continues to grow,” Musi said. “We’ve got a successful team here and it’s a good group of people. Nobody has any egos and we work with the best people in the country. It’s shaping up to be a big 2021 and this is a unique opportunity, and because we’re so busy we definitely need someone who can hit the ground running.”
Musi is asking for serious inquiries only, noting the importance of previous experience with engine assembly and block work. Benefits are available with the position and Musi is open to out-of-state candidates willing to relocate.
Musi celebrated his 50th year in business in 2020, enjoying another strong year in the midst of unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Through it, Pat Musi Racing Engines remained a top choice for drivers in a number of series and classes, with customers enjoying incredible success across the board.
With a state-of-the-art facility and a tremendous track record, Musi has attracted top talent to build a variety of drag-racing and high-performance engines, turning the company into a powerhouse in the industry.
They recently broke ground on a new building for the Musi Racing operation as well and continue to grow in a number of ways, with the new job opening offering significant opportunities for the ideal candidate.
“By no means are we slowing down and 2021 is shaping up to be one of our best years,” Musi said. “We need someone with experience and we expect loyalty and someone who’s going to work, but there’s a lot of potential with the position. There’s opportunity to move up and be part of something big.”