Certification & Compliance Team Leader - US/Canada

Last updated one month ago
Location:Columbus, Indiana

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We are looking for a talented US/Canada C&C Leader to join our team specializing in Cummins Compliance and Regulatory Affairs for our Corporate Business Segment in Columbus, IN.

Your impact will happen in these and other ways:

  • Applies technical expertise on complex components or projects and work under minimal supervision for regulatory compliance efforts and other applicable programs.

Participates as a key contributor and be accountable for cross-functional project success with various stakeholders.

  • Analyzes and communicate information to many internal stakeholders as it relates to environmental compliance matters. Identify, establish and/or facilitate meetings and trainings on compliance. Leads small projects or portions of large projects.

  • Works with subject matter experts from related groups to drive efforts to improve environmental performance or compliance processes and identify opportunities to establish common processes and tools. Supports defining and executing corrective actions

  • Communicates with and influences key external stakeholders and business leaders, escalates compliance issues as appropriate. Assists with the transfer of knowledge; coach and mentor less experienced compliance personnel and demonstrates depth of knowledge of engineering or environmental discipline(s) and leverage expertise on other projects. Proposes innovative initiatives and projects.

  • Escalates and drives resolution to compliance questions and issues; provides technical direction for a project or a project team. Troubleshoots complex problems and recommend appropriate actions. Participates as a key contributor and is accountable for cross-functional project success with various stakeholders.

Education, Licenses, Certifications

University, or equivalent degree in Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Business, or related technical or scientific field required.


Intermediate level of relevant work experience (5 plus years)required. Experience across organizations and global regions preferred. Knowledge of the function being worked in preferred.

  • Coaching the team

Train and grow team members to understand and apply appropriate regulations to support their certification and compliance activities;

and small team will directly report into this role

Focused on achieving Emissions/On Board Diagnostic certification timeline

Leads team in gathering appropriate documents for on-time certification, running changes and field fix document submissions

Leads the team through product Q&A and working with On-highway leader/agency leaders on unfocused Q&A

  • Lead some of the internal strategies around certification and compliance activities for On-Highway. Examples: Emissions Warranty reporting, Campaigns/recalls, Green House Gas and NOx Credit reporting, In use testing

  • Help team with escalation of issues from respective functions for their platform

First line of defense for any requirement questions

Escalate critical issues / concerns to On-Highway leaders

  • Actively participate in strategizing between Research and Technology, New Product Introduction and Current product support teams for various certification/compliance related tasks such as Deficiency removal, FEL/FCL etc for their platform

Liaison between Emissions and OBD world for the platform from technical requirements (including conflicting requirements), schedules etc.

  • Take lead on some of the critical potential defect reporting/Engineering Job Release items for the product through appropriate internal processes. This

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