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The Standards Engineer is responsible for assisting in the managing of AHRI’s standards activities that include development and maintenance of the more than 100 AHRI standards and guidelines.
The Standards Engineer assists the Manager, Standards and the Vice President, Standards in carrying out the policies of AHRI’s Standards Policy Committee (SPC). He (she) assists the executive assistant (EA) for the Cooling Standards Subcommittee (CSS), the Heating Standards Subcommittee (HSS), the Technical Committee on Sound (TCoS), the Committee on Electrical Standardization (CES), and the Laboratory Liaison Subcommittee (LLS).
- Developing, processing, publishing, and distributing new and revised AHRI standards and technical guidelines
- Assisting the executive assistant (EA) for the Standards Policy Committee (SPC) in all SPC work
- Assisting the EA for the: Cooling Standards Subcommittee (CSS), Heating Standards Subcommittee (HSS), Technical Committee on Sound (TCoS), Committee on Electrical Standardization (CES) and Laboratory Liaison Subcommittee (LLS)
- Assisting in completing the work required to obtain recognition of AHRI standards as American National Standards (ANS) and as National Standards of Canada (NSC)
- Acting as the liaison for standards activities between all AHRI product section engineering committees and the Cooling Standards Subcommittee (CSS) and the Heating Standards Subcommittee (HSS)
- Serving on standards-writing committees of other technical societies and trade associations affecting AHRI’s members
- Assisting the Manager, Standards and the Vice President, Standards in mentoring the team of staff engineers in their domestic standards-writing assignments, supporting the mission of the SPC
- Provide individual and group periodic training to staff engineers and AHRI member company engineers on the subject of AHRI standards development
- Provide communications and materials to AHRI staff and members on matters concerning domestic standards-writing activities
- Supporting AHRI’s portfolio of international performance and safety standards
- Representing and supporting AHRI in the international standards bodies
- Bachelor’s degree (four year college or technical school) in Engineering required
- Two to five years of experience as an AHRI Certification Engineer OR in a professional engineer position with standards experience comparable to the Certification Engineer position preferred
Intermediate knowledge of MS Office Suite, with proven expertise in MS Excel and MS Word
Applicants must apply through website: https://www.ahricareers.org/careers
Applications through email will not be accepted.
Minimum Education Required