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Code and Compliance engineer

Date:  17-Mar-2023
Location:  Georgia
State:  Alph
Country:  US
Company:  LTTS

Job Description
•    Lead the development, modification and/or creation of processes, and associated documentation, necessary to establish and maintain compliance with key, equipment level certifications, e.g., UL 9540 or 2580, for all EP energy products. Review materials with operational SMEs to assure accuracy and completeness.
•    Coordinate internal and external resources to ensure equipment level certifications are achieved in a timely manner.
•    Lead the established revision process (e.g., Management of Change) when modifications to standards are required based on a change to a governing standard.
•    Review compliance records to assure appropriate evidence is retained
•    Monitor industry groups and trade associations (UL, IEEE, ETL, NERC/FERC, ESA, etc.) to ensure engineering standards remain current with industry practice and participate in Trade Associations as requested by management.
•    Provide support for corporate compliance programs (e.g., Public Awareness, Operator Qualification, Control Room Management, etc.) and develop processes/procedures to enhance the implementation of these programs and tools utilized.
•    Ensure compliance of all Essential Power lab and factory sites with all local, state, and federal permitting and regulatory agencies; coordinate BESS customer sites approvals and coordinate all required approvals. Manage 3rd party consultants and services as necessary for these activities.
•    Conduct compliance assessments in preparation of federal, state, and local inspections, provide support to field operations during inspections, lead response efforts to requests made during inspections, and respond to findings where appropriate.
•    Interface with Operations, Engineering, and EHS/Legal personnel to assure program consistency across the organization; obtain feedback on program implementation and effectiveness when necessary.
•    Coordinate data requests or requests for information received from various government and other agencies; validate compliance evidence.
•    Codes and Standards purchases, maintenance, distribution, and training
•    Primary interface to AHJ individuals regarding compliance needs for customer power systems installations, internal production or development operations.
Reasoning Skills:
•    Ability to solve complex problems and handle situations with only limited direction and guidance
•    Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form
Language Skills:
•    Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Qualification :

•    Bachelor’s degree in Engineering 
•    A minimum of three (3) years practical work experience within Engineering and/or Compliance.
•    Thorough understanding of EPA, International Fire Code and other local, state, and federal regulations