Regulatory Engineer

Cary, North Carolina
May 21, 2024
Jun 10, 2024
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
As a member of the Regulatory Engineering Team, you will be responsible for ensuring customer applications and hardware developments meet the regulatory standards of industrial, medical, and computer equipment. Successful candidates will have experience in some or all of these fields and will be able to orchestrate test plans, explain requirements to customers in engaging and helpful ways, problem solve non-compliance issues, and excel at collaborating as part of an interdisciplinary team. OnLogic's regulatory team is extremely forward thinking in its methods and truly an asset to the organization playing vital roles in sales and engineering.

On an average day, you'll

Coordinate Product Safety, EMC, and RF testing with Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories, such as UL, Intertek, TUV, for requesting quotes, developing test plans, and obtaining Product Safety Certifications.

Experience performing product evaluations and testing to applicable Product Safety Standards for Information Technology Equipment (ITE) and Medical Equipment, such as UL/IEC (phone number removed), UL/IEC 61010, UL/IEC (phone number removed) and IEC/UL (phone number removed).

Prepare samples and conduct Product Safety Testing according to UL/IEC (phone number removed), UL/IEC 61010, UL/IEC (phone number removed) and IEC/UL (phone number removed).

Prepare samples and conduct testing to ITE and Medical EMC emissions and immunity requirements for FCC/IC Part 15, EN 55032/EN 55035, IEC (phone number removed), EN 50121.

Prepare and conduct testing for Shock and Vibration according to MIL-STD-810G, IEC (phone number removed)-64 and IEC (phone number removed)-27.

Prepare samples and conduct testing for wireless compliance according to FCC and EU R.E.D. directive and sometimes performing co-located transmitter compliance spot testing.

Basic understanding of Global Market Access to countries such as China, India, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, UK, etc.

Keep current with frequently changing compliance standards and plan for future compliance strategies.

Create, implement and maintain tools to automate the compliance process and data management tasks.

Work with a cross functional team to meet the customer and OnLogic's regulatory goals in a timely manner.

Track and improve the regulatory teams key performance indicators and drive process improvements.

Maintain CE technical files for self declarations.

Coordinate product labeling and manual requirements.

The team you will be joining:

Our Engineering team creates our cutting edge industrial computers by finding innovative solutions on a daily basis. The Engineering team's success relies on collaboration, creative thinking and a commitment to being at the forefront of technology. Roles on our Engineering team include, Electrical, Mechanical, Field Applications and Regulatory.

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You have a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Electro-Mechanical Engineering, or related field or technical training in RF and EMC compliance.

Experience with Google tools preferred.

Experience with using root cause analysis to identify process improvement opportunities.

You have a minimum of 5 years of regulatory engineering experience. Experience in Product Safety, and EMC (including but not limited to CE, FCC, CB, and UL for ITE, Industrial, and medical applications).

Who we're looking for:

You are organized and detail-oriented in their work, and have experience working collaboratively with customers and across departments.

You have attention to detail and a focus on quality. You are organized, with excellent analytical and problem solving skills.

You manage time, shifting priorities and you effectively communicate project milestones or changes to cross functional teams.

Ability to work in the U.S. without visa sponsorship

Who we are:

OnLogic is growing, and we want to give you the same opportunity to grow in your career! We design and manufacture specialized computers and hardware solutions for companies all over the world, helping them to make the seemingly impossible possible. Our computers are designed to work where others would fail, and it's our vision to be the first choice in industrial computing. To make that vision a reality, we've built a team of ambitious problem solvers, guided by the company's core values of Open, Fair, Innovative and Independent. We have an open office, open salaries and strive to be fair and transparent in our decision making. We encourage input and feedback from every member of our team and look to improve ourselves and our business every single day.

OnLogic is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

To learn more about our values, our mission and what it's like to work at OnLogic, visit .


The salary range for this role is $80,000 to $100,000. We determine final compensation based on discussions with applicants and their experience in similar roles and are open to what the final number looks like based on your experience.

A competitive Salary based upon your experience and the requirements of the role

A comprehensive Benefits package

401k Plan with 3% Employer Contribution

An Annual Profit Share Bonus

Paid Maternity & Paternity Leave, and Short & Long Term Disability

Opportunity to Participate in our Employee Stock Purchase Plan

A personal development plan created to help you (and us) grow