Engineering Manager, Regulatory Affairs

Washington, District Of Columbia
Jun 30, 2014
Aug 04, 2014
Full Time
Ensuring human comfort, productivity, and safety, while practicing environmental stewardship is the mission of the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI). Our 300+ member companies produce more than 90 percent of the residential and commercial air conditioning, heating, water heating, and commercial refrigeration equipment made in North America. Through our certification program, standards, advocacy, and other activities, we strive to help save energy, improve productivity, and ensure a better environment.

AHRI offers a stellar compensation package which includes health, vision, and dental insurance, a parking or transportation subsidy, and a competitive 401(k) plan featuring a 3% dollar-for-dollar match.

We have an opening for an Engineering Manager, Regulatory Affairs. This individual develops, coordinates, and manages policies, strategies, initiatives, and programs relating to all technical and regulatory aspects of AHRI's energy and environmental policies. 

• Leads or assists interactions with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies and standards development organizations on regulations affecting the HVACR industry.

• Works with AHRI members to establish public policy on regulations and issues important to the industry.

• Develops, drafts, and disseminates industry comments on state and federal agency proposed rules with particular emphasis on issues related to energy efficiency and the environment.

•Bachelor of Science in Engineering or other technical field (Masters or another advanced degree is preferable) 

•A minimum of five years within the field of mechanical engineering and a minimum of two years prior work experience in regulatory policy, code development, or related field is required.

•Excellent communication skills. This position requires both written communication and frequent presentations.

To apply for this position, please visit us at, click on "about us" and choose "career opportunities".