Regulatory Affairs Specialist
- Code number: PCNA-D-200049-E
- Entry level: Young Professionals
- Location: Atlanta
- Organization: Porsche Cars North America
- Prepare, review, monitor and submit quarterly TREAD Early Warning Reporting (EWR) reports to the NHTSA.
- Maintain and be the point of contact for technical issues for the Porsche Technical Service Information website.
- Maintain professional presence with NHTSA, Industry workshops, trade associations, and relevant regulatory authorities by attending meetings and workshops throughout the year.
- Collaborate with the Manager of Directives and Regulations, PAG-After Sales to ensure policies regarding new regulations are realized at PAG and PCNA.
- Function as a resource for other departments to ensure compliant direction of assigned projects, through training, interaction, and regulatory reviews.
- Work closely with Regulatory Affairs Engineer on the implementation of various Workshop Service Actions & Recall Campaigns.
- Maintain Recall Campaign set-up & analysis in Access database, WWS, and CRM.
- Responsible for the proper usage of, awareness of, and compliance with Information Technology security policies at Porsche Cars North America
- Seeks to ensure proper retention of electronic documents, business confidential information, and actively demonstrates an understanding of the need to safeguard competitive information in both electronic and non-electronic formats.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Computer Information Systems, IT, or equivalent
- Minimum of 1 year experience with OEM in After Sales function preferred
At a Glance
Position ObjectiveThis position was established by PCNA to comply with the reporting requirements for the Transportation Recall Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation Act (TREAD) Early Warning Reporting (EWR) Requirement. This position will also work closely with the Regulatory Affairs Engineer in executing all Recall Campaigns and Workshop Service Actions. The Regulatory Affairs Specialist will also be the primary point of contact for the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) to ensure that independent automotive service professionals have the information, training, and tools needed to properly diagnose and repair Porsche vehicles. Additionally, this position monitors US State and Canadian Province-specific regulatory changes as they pertain to the automotive industry.
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