Homologation engineers are responsible for the homologation process of new types of vehicles, components and systems and for ensuring the compliance with regulatory requirements for the sales country. They develop and implement homologation programmes and facilitate type approval testing in accordance with the European legislation, ensuring the respect of homologation timings. They research on and interpret regulatory requirements and are the main contact point for homologation and certification purposes within the organisation and with external agencies. Homologation engineers draft technical documentation and support design and test engineers in the vehicle development process.
Does not include the motor vehicle assembly inspector. Does not include the motor vehicle engine inspector.
automotive homologation engineer
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