The Homologation Specialist is the in-house regulatory requirements lead for various systems and components. This Specialist must evaluate designs and create a certification plan. They assist engineering in the development of systems as well as assist in negotiation with foreign government(s) to accept compliance documentation from the organization and suppliers.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Team members are expected to establish effective working relationships, founded on trust and transparency, with our internal and external partners. Sound judgment, excellent communication skills and the ability to drive decisions through consensus and influence change are a must.
• Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering degree from an ABET accredited university. Other Engineering degrees with combined experience will be considered.
• Minimum THREE (3) years of engineering experience
• Experience in electrical systems and sub-systems with electrical engineering release experience
• Must have extensive knowledge of the global regulations that cover the Safety/Impact, Chassis or Electrical regulations and work with, and lead, cross-functional teams (e.g. engineering, manufacturing, quality, service, legal, witness agency and labs) to ensure successful compliance testing completion prior to defined due dates
• Master of Science degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited university
• Problem Solving and Decision-Making knowledge (Kepner Trego)
• Strong behavioral skills: ability to make tough decisions, act with integrity, keep things simple, deliver as a way of life, reach for discontinuity
• Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with difficult deadlines
• Knowledge of worldwide Safety/Impact, Chassis, or Electrical regulations
• Excellent technical writing and verbal communications skills
• Experience in multiple disciplines
• Foreign language a plus
Location: Hybrid role - CTC: At the start it will be 95% at CTC (mostly face to face in office to learn the job), but within 1 -3 months it will be 95% remote (depending on required testing which is done in person or in some cases remote)