Emission Certification Engineer

INEOS Automotive
Raleigh, North Carolina
May 21, 2024
Jun 10, 2024
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
INEOS Automotive - Grenadier - Built On Purpose

Story so far

Since Sir Jim Ratcliffe announced Project Grenadier in 2017, our team at INEOS Automotive has grown rapidly. From a start-up to the scaled business we are now, we've hit some huge milestones along the way. Despite some global challenges, we brought our first vehicle, the INEOS Grenadier, from a vision to prototype and to market in just five years. And now, as the first customer deliveries of our INEOS Grenadier have begun, we look to the future with our first all-electric vehicle.

People and Culture

With around 1500 employees, 10 locations and 44 nationalities, we're an international team working together to challenge the ordinary. We welcome people who mirror our values: Spirit of ownership, who take responsibility and make things happen. Delivering quality work, with ambition to deliver outstanding results and who have a community mindset, believing together everyone achieves more. Creativity and initiative are encouraged to support your career development.

We're doing things differently.

If this sounds like you, let's talk.

The role:

As an Emission Certification Engineer you will work in an OEM new product development environment that develops On Road and Off-Road Vehicles from concept to launch. One of the key deliverables of this position is obtaining certification approvals from government staff (for example the U.S. EPA, CARB, NHTSA and others . You will interact with cross functional teams to ensure our products meet the exhaust and evaporative emissions regulations.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

Develop and deliver an effective and efficient Certification focused on Exhaust Emissions for USMCA market.

Provide guidance and information on emission regulations and amendments to the business including Engineering, Quality and Commercial.

Work with vehicle program teams to provide emissions regulatory guidance and where necessary address emissions issues.

Reviewing and approving definition of vehicle emissions test groups for USMCA Certification.

Management of Emissions Certification Test Program

Prepare and submit data addressing emissions and fuel economy requirements to U.S. EPA, CARB and NHTSA.

Act as liaison between company, external agencies and government agencies on emissions certification topics

Support the development and maintenance of internal policies and processes related to the application, implementation, enforcement and audit of all policies, standards and regulations.

Report to the Environmental Lead Engineer

Work as an active member of the Engineering team, ensure effective communication between colleagues and positive contribute to meetings and briefings.


Engineering Degree or similar.

minimum 5 years experience in Vehicle Emissions Certification (U.S. EPA / CARB / NHTSA regulations) with OEM.

Able to demonstrate direct knowledge of automotive design and engineering process, from concept to industrialisation.

Extensive experience with emissions/fuel economy regulations and testing/procedures.

Demonstrated experience working with various government bodies is required.

Knowledge of vehicle emissions control systems, engine calibrations, and powertrains.

Able to develop and maintain the respect and trust of government agency employees.

Research regulatory requirements and effectively negotiate as needed.

Excellent oral, written and presentation communication skills.

Strong time management, planning, integrity, and teambuilding skills.

Willingness and ability to travel domestically and internationally (up to 10% of the time).

Must be able to build effective working relationships with internal clients and external partners and suppliers.

Strong problem-solving skills.

Influencing and challenging skills (both for internal & external use).

Solid ability to move from analytical to strategy (bigger picture).

Apply knowledge to critically assess situation.

Must be a good communicator and able to build sustainable relationships internally and externally with multi-disciplinary teams i.e. Engineering, Sales and Marketing, Regulatory bodies.