Battery electric vehicles have unique global certification requirements that require effective management and strategies.
As the Legislative Regulatory Affairs Manager, you will be responsible for following and influencing global electric vehicle future regulations in North America, China, & Europe. You daily duties will be all about licensing and lobbying! This role is a purely 100% technical in the true sense of homologation/certification/regulation - lobbying with NHTSA, IIHS, CARB, and their equivalents in Europe and in China.
If this is something that interests you, and you have passion for electric vehicles, energy efficiency, new technology and want to make a difference, we would like to talk!
Serve as lobbying Subject Matter Expert (SME) and liaison to government legislative bodies, commissions, and agencies regulating automotive safety and emissions;
Work with internal personnel, government representatives, consultants and regulatory bodies to influence current and future global regulations;
Manage all future regulatory communication activities in the China, U.S. and European markets for future vehicle requirements;
Serve as a technical expert on future electric vehicle regulations, standards, and credit trading systems;
Monitor changes to related legislation and regulations in all target markets;
Participate in meetings with regulatory agencies and industry groups;
Represent Byton in Global Automakers working groups.
BS in Engineering (BSME, BSEE, BSIE…) or equivalent;
10+ years of light vehicle regulatory affairs, homologation or compliance experience in European and U.S. markets;
Experience with global vehicle regulations;
Electric vehicle (EV) certification and testing experience;
Proven project management skills;
Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally, as required, to support regulatory affairs activities;
Excellent oral, written and presentation skills and the ability to communicate effectively in English, ideally with an additional foreign language skill, in either Mandarin or another European language.