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Technical Engineer - Environmental Regulations - Heat Pumps

ETS Technical Selection
Hayes, South East, UB11 1ET
Closing date
Apr 4, 2023

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Environmental Engineering
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
Technical Engineer - Environmental Regulations & Directives (HVACR - Heat Pumps) - west London / Middlesex

A new vacancy for a Technical Engineer - Environmental Regulations & Directives (HEAT PUMPS) with global manufacturer wide range of high-efficiency heating & cooling products for customers in international built environment/construction markets.

Based at the company's UK offices in the west London area, the Technical Engineer - Environmental Regulations & Directives (HEAT PUMPS) will be responsible for carrying out activities related to environmental regulations & technical specifications relevant to the EU, UK Europe and CIS regions. The jobholder will work under the supervision of the departmental line manager and Technical Manager, and will receive ongoing advice & support from these senior managers.

Main responsibilites:
  • To research the EU & UK Environmental Legislation (Regulations / Directives / Standards) and report to the relevant internal departments in respect to product development schedules;
  • Engage with HVACR Industry Associations, to cooperate with the other stakeholders in order to get the latest information and support the business activities for Environmental Legislation compliance;
  • To exchange information with all the company's Distributors regarding the implementation of specific National Environmental Legislation and report to the relevant internal departments;
  • To support all the company's Distributors in terms of technical specifications.

Key candidate requirements:

HVACR background with good overall understanding of Environmental Legislation process, especially on Ecodesign Regulations;Good capacity to summarise and report the main relevant points affecting the business on lobbying activities and discussions within Associations;Good understanding of the technical language used in Regulations & Directives, with the capacity to translate into an easy to understand language when reporting.Good capacity to interact with Competitors within the Associations, in compliance with Competition Law;Fluency in a second EU language would be an advantage, although not essential (esp. French, German, Spanish or Dutch);Very precise and attentive to details (in order to manage FGas Portals and Databases).

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