Responsible for day to day operation of an automotive emissions lab for the purpose of completing chassis dyno certification testing for SEMA members, including iterative testing for product design purposes and those required for CARB Executive Orders. Must have familiarity with all forms of standardized testing, including FTP, US06 and SC03 cycles. The Assistant Lab Manager will be responsible for general oversight of daily operations during the second shift, with guidance from the Lab Manager and the Director of Emissions Compliance.
Responsible for the day to day operation of the lab during the second shift running approximately 2pm to 11pm
Responsible to report to the Lab Manager details about lab operation, including information about test data, any issues that arise with equipment operation, calibration routines and status of supplies
Responsible for oversight of Lab staff by assigning schedules, workloads, managing time and attendance, performance, and setting goals.
Works with team to setup vehicles for tests
On-Road vehicle mileage accumulation by driving vehicles a minimum of 50 miles on a pre-mapped route
Monitors testing equipment during tests to ensure equipment and vehicle are performing correctly and accurately capturing data
Reports to Emissions Lab Manager
Oversight and supervision of Lab staff
Communicates with Members
Communicated with all levels of staff
Knowledge of the current CARB Executive Order Process
Extensive and thorough experience in running and maintaining a certification level automotive emissions lab
Familiar with the lab data such that problems can be identified early
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
Knowledge of automotive vehicle operation
Ability to operate a variety of vehicles, including passenger cars and full-size pickup trucks, around 25% of workday. A clean driving record is required.
Availability to work second shift (second shift runs approximately 2pm to 11pm)
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.