? Bachelor's Degree in mechanical, electrical or automotive engineering coupled with specialized training in emissions analysis and emission test laboratory operation
? 5-7 years in automotive emission control testing; prior experience in emissions testing/data exchange with governmental agencies preferred
? Verbal and written German language proficiency required
BMW NA is an EO employer. All qualifiedapplicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
As an independent group of companies, the BMW Group has a commitment to creativity and breakthrough ideas that goes well beyond the racetrack. In order to continuously create ultimate driving machines, we drive our growth and design excellence by staffing our teams with individuals who are innovative and always looking for the next great idea. If you share our vision and view yourself as an independent, creative thinker, we invite you to join our team in this exceptional role as our Emissions Laboratory Operations Engineer located in Oxnard, CA!
The Emissions Laboratory Operations Engineer is responsible for timely performance of all emission tests in accordance with current regulations and BMW product planning. The incumbent will oversee equipment maintenance, calibration, operation correlation, and repairs of emissions lab equipment and instrumentation.
The Emission Lab Operations Engineer is responsible for the overall technical efficiency of the lab. They will install procedures and perform all necessary tests of lab equipment required by the different governmental agencies as well as instruct test cell operators in assisting those procedures and performing emission tests. Define and generate test procedures and checklists for the test cell operators.
Other responsibilities include establishing requirements for future emissions facility upgrades (defined by management and project requirements) including types of instrumentation, equipment and software to attain compliance as well as future standards defined by the regulatory agencies. They will support and conduct correlation tests between labs, internal as well as external.