Having evolved with the sector over four decades, Jonathan Lee Recruitment’s capabilities are strongly aligned with the advanced technologies associated with contemporary and future automotive and motorsport development.

We provide permanent, contract and interim automotive recruitment solutions to OEMs, tier 1 and 2 suppliers, technology developers, consultancies and research institutions. Covering the complete automotive product lifecycle across product development, manufacturing and commercial roles, we support passenger car, motorsport, motorcycle, commercial and off-highway vehicle applications.​ Careers within automotive, motorsport and adjacent technology industries are continually evolving due to unprecedented technological innovation. We are uniquely equipped to source the specialist skill-sets that will assist businesses to take advantage of digital manufacturing and the Internet of things, connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), low emission vehicles and advanced materials. 

We cover roles from research & development, design engineering, design and styling, studio engineering, NVH, powertrain, EV (electric vehicle) development, battery design, battery pack design, battery management systems, electronics engineering, software development, vehicle packaging, engineering quality, manufacturing and production engineering, operations management and many others.

​Dagenham is a town in East London, England, within the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. It is adjacent to Barking to the west, Romford and Hornchurch to the north-east, and Rainham to the south-east, and Dagenham Dock, on the River Thames, is to the south. Dagenham is centred 11.5 miles (18.5 km) east of Charing Cross within easy reach of city living in London.

Formerly a rural area in the Becontree hundred within the historic county of Essex, Dagenham remained mostly undeveloped until 1921, when the London County Council began construction of the large Becontree estate. Dagenham Urban District was created in 1926, and became a municipal borough in 1938. In 1965, most of the area covered by the municipal borough became part of what is now the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, a local government district of Greater London.

Dagenham is a predominantly residential area, also known for it's importance to the UK automotive industry, including growth at the Ford plant.