Responsible for functions in the emissions lab related to the acquisition and review of testing data, including certain aspects of vehicle preparation and report preparation.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY
Review emissions data and prepare emissions reports in conjunction with the Lab Manager
Prepare Emissions Testing Summary Reports
Review horsepower data and prepare horsepower testing graphs to demonstrate performance repeatability and ensure products are performing as advertised within acceptable ranges
Review data with SEMA members to identify issues, assist with R&D and verify performance
Operation of OBD scanning equipment to capture onboard diagnostic data before and after tests
Operation of various ECU reflash devices to flash vehicle to member product setting and then reflash to stock after testing
Operation of data acquisition devices provided by members and 3rd parties
Other duties assigned as required to meet department or company goals
Reports to Lab Manager and/or Director of Emissions Compliance
Communicates with association Members
Communicates with all levels of staff
PRIMARY SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge of automotive vehicle operation
Understanding of internal combustion engine operation
Knowledge of vehicle emissions
Proficient in MS Word, Excel and other data analysis software
Knowledge of OBD2 and data acquisition methods and equipment
Sufficient experience to identify problems or faults in the testing process and suggest corrective measures (in concert with other Lab Technicians or Lab Manager).
Dedicated to the importance of maintaining complete transparency with SEMA staff, insofar as possible bias toward the Association or its member companies could be perceived.
Knowledgeable about the Specialty Automotive Aftermarket parts industry and familiar with the range of parts and systems that typify this market segment
About Specialty Equipment Market Association
A love for cars, trucks and SUVs is the motivating force behind the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA). This trade association consists of a diverse group of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, publishing companies, auto restorers, street-rod builders, restylers, car clubs, race teams and more. Our organization performs many services for its members and for the hobby as a whole. Perhaps most importantly, SEMA works hard to protect consumers’ rights to drive accessorized, customized and vintage vehicles. Every year, SEMA also presents an enormous trade show in Las Vegas. This is where manufacturers unveil their latest offerings, while buyers, distributors and members of the press walk their feet off to see it all. Visit SEMAShow.com for more information.