As a Regulatory Engineer II for Milwaukee Tool, you will be located at our Corporate & Global Design Headquarter in Brookfield, WI. You will work in a fast-paced environment to define Regulatory Requirements as a member of a cross-functional design team. Under the direction of the Manager of Regulatory Compliance, you will work with other Regulatory Engineers with strong experience and background in this field. Your primary duty is to assist in the coordination and execution of Regulatory and compliance testing and evaluation of Milwaukee products to the provisions of US, Canadian, and International product safety standards.
Milwaukee offers generous benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance, and 401k matching. Milwaukee also provides an excellent working environment that includes an on-site cafeteria, state of the art fitness facility, recreational sports leagues, and company outings.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Advise Project Leaders, Engineers and Designers regarding safety requirements including tests and design constraints to minimize risk of injury and/or property damage.
- Supervise all aspects of product safety certification for Milwaukee products sold worldwide. This includes, but is not limited to, preparation of test samples, execution of the test, test reporting and data analysis, and certification submittal.
- Evaluate information and render opinion related to the safety and compliance of a concept, design, or product.
- Conduct design reviews and construction reviews. Review test results and determine acceptability.
- Work with technicians to troubleshoot test parameters and outcomes.
- Communicate with product teams regarding product regulatory and safety matters.
- Review and provide feedback for operator's manuals and on-product markings.
- Establish and define best practices for fellow team members. Create tools to increase team efficiency.
- Be conversant with the latest industry safety standards (UL, CSA, IEC, etc.), regulations (UN, IATA, FCC, CP65, RoHS, ErP, DOE, CEC, etc.), and OSHA specifications. Where requirements are unclear, assist in obtaining an interpretation from the appropriate authority.
Education and Experience Requirements
- Requires a Bachelor's degree in Engineering or technical equivalent
- 3+ years of experience handling product safety and regulatory activities, preferably associated with power tools, Lithium-ion batteries, lights, and/or consumer products.
- Strong understanding of safety standards affecting Milwaukee products
- Familiar with Hazard Based Analysis techniques.
- Understanding of general laboratory equipment such as oscilloscopes, power supplies, e-loads, and data acquisition systems.
- Familiar with OSHA General Industry and Construction regulations.
- Possess strong verbal, written and organizational skills essential to professional communication.
- Show an emphasis on and adherence to schedule and attention to detail.
- Ability to travel both domestically and internationally, as necessary.
- High interest in tools of the trade.