Cummins Inc. On Highway Regulatory Affairs Technical Advisor in Daventry, United Kingdom
On Highway Regulatory Affairs Technical Advisor
Closing Date: Tuesday 10thNovember
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Our Corporate Business Unit delivers reliable, durable, high performing products to our global partners. Working in an innovative space, you’ll develop high tech solutions that will fuel your advanced career skill set and empower you to own your career. Our integrated businesses demand the talents and creativity of individuals with a wide range of skills and experience.
This is an exciting opportunity in Daventry for an On Highway Regulatory Affairs Technical Advisor.
As the On Highway Regulatory Affairs Technical Advisor you will be working as part of our Global Regulatory Affairs and Technical Compliance and Certification functions.
This role will see you representing Cummins to external parties such as the EU Commission, Governments, Trade bodies and other stakeholder to work with them on upcoming regulatory changes that could affect our business.
You will also be relaying information, updates and changes to regulations to internal stakeholders to ensure that the business remains proactive when it comes to meeting regulatory deliverables.
Your duties in the role will include:
Providing input into implementing legislative and policy initiatives and strategies related specific issues of interest to Cummins.
Building and maintaining strong relationships with legislators, authorities, and representatives of regulatory agencies; providing input into and implementing advocacy strategies to further Cummins’ objectives.
Establishing rapport with industry associations and trade organizations to ensure representation of Cummins’ interests.
Working with the business to understand its goals and objectives to ensure that regulatory affairs activities are aligned to the business; identifying risk to the enterprise from regulatory direction.
Communicating with and influencing key external stakeholders and business leaders, escalating compliance issues as appropriate.
Supporting end-users in their efforts to understand environmental requirements. Collaborating with other functions, disciplines and teams to ensure requirements are met.
Builds networks - Effectively building formal and informal relationship networks inside and outside the organisation.
Ensures accountability - Holding self and others accountable to meet commitments.
Political Acumen - Compares and contrasts the interests of key stakeholders to form effective and persuasive advocacy strategies and communications.
Lobbying Strategy and Management - Formulates comprehensive advocacy plans that identify stakeholders, timelines for action, local and federal level engagement and communication tools to drive positive results
Government Advocacy - Demonstrates understanding of the mechanics of how the legislative, executive and judicial branches enact law or policy changes at the national, state/provincial and local government level in the region of assignment; identifies engagement opportunities and legal obligations relating to lobbying and political activities at the national, state/provincial and local levels.
Business Writing - Writes business messages using appropriate grammar and style guidelines for the given format or publication and target audience; simplifies complex information into messages relevant to the target audience.
Persuades - Using compelling arguments to gain the support and commitment of others.
Skills and Experience Required:
Previous experience working in a similar function role.
Regulatory policy experience is also a benefit.
Required Education, Licenses or Certifications
College, university, or equivalent degree in Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Business, or related technical or scientific field required.
Master's degree or equivalent advanced degree preferred.
Compensation and Benefits
Basic Salary: £54,501 - £80,900
Defined contribution pension scheme – Company contributions up to 9%
Annual Bonus Plan – Target 12% (Based upon company performance)
Private Medical Insurance
Health Cash Plan – Support towards Medical, Optical and Dental Costs
25 days annual leave Bank/Public Holidays
Employee Discount Scheme – Covering 100’s of retailers
Family Friendly Policies
At Cummins, we are dedicated to diversity in the workplace and we are committed to a policy of treating all our employees and job applicants equally. No employee or potential employee will receive less favourable treatment because of any protected characteristic.
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Primary Location United Kingdom-England-Northamptonshire-UK, Daventry, Cummins Co Ltd - Logistics
Job Type Experienced - Exempt / Office
Recruitment Job Type Exempt - Experienced
Job Posting Oct 13, 2020, 2:43:18 PM
Unposting Date Ongoing
Req ID: 200002QT