Our client is the fastest growing inverter company in the world. By combining the power of solar energy and the proven advantages of communications technology, the client makes solar power systems productive, reliable, smart and safe - increasing the energy harvest of solar panels by up to 25 percent. Their microinverter system is profoundly changing the way solar systems function, and as a result, changing the solar industry itself.
As they continue their exciting growth, they are building teams with highly talented individual contributors and leaders who design, develop, and manufacture next generation solar technologies. Their work environment is fast-paced, fun, and full of exciting new projects.
Candidates need to have an understanding and working experience with technical groups chartered with the development of new Codes and Standards. Responsibilities include attending working group meetings, reviewing proposals, writing comments and reporting on issues that may impact the products. Write and review technical papers to explain how these products meet current codes and standards. Interact with District Operators and regulatory authorities to explain how products are designed, built and certified to meet all relevant codes and standards.
·Monitor the activities of the Building Regulations, British and International Standards including reviewing proposals, writing comments, and attending Code Panel meetings.
·Monitor all National Grid and District Network Operator activities. Participate in development activities while reporting on issues that impact the company's products.
·Monitor the UK and European Electrical Wiring Regulations and report on issues that impact the company's products.
·Monitor activities of the Microgeneration Certificate Scheme and report on issues that impact the company's products.
·Attend any standards activities as it relates to electrical systems with distributed generation. Participate in standards development, influence writing groups to consider microinverter technology. Report on issues that may impact the company's products.
·Monitor International Electro-technical Groups and Technical Advisory Groups standards development activities. Assist with proposal reviews, writing comments and attending meetings.
·Interpret and develop technical arguments supporting the application and installation of these products into local Authorities or Housing Associations.
·Write and review technical paper interpreting standards compliance, and applications of the products into the field.
·Act as a technical resource to Customer Service and Sales. Help them with questions from the field. Spread technical knowledge to the groups to improve their technical understanding.
·Perform gap analysis on new standards.
·Work with Product Verification, Engineering, and System Engineering to understand the future changes in the codes and standards and any potential impact on these products.
Skills and Qualifications:
·Experience working with all UK and European standards groups to develop new standards.
·Solid understanding of G83/1-1, G83/2, G59/2-1 and BS7671.
·Good verbal and writing skills. Examples of previous publications are plus.
·BS/MS EE or equivalent.