Senior Engineer – Regulatory Compliance

Role: Senior Engineer – Regulatory Compliance

Location: Manila, Philippines

Practice Area: Supply Chain

Contract: Full-time

Remuneration Range: Competitive

Anthesis is the sustainability activator. We seek to make a significant contribution to a world which is more resilient and productive. We do this by working with cities, companies, and other organisations to drive sustainable performance. We develop financially driven sustainability strategies, underpinned by technical expertise and delivered by innovative collaborative teams across the world.

Anthesis has clients across industry sectors from corporate multinationals such as Reckitt Benckiser, Cisco, Tesco, The North Face and Target, and also supports early stage companies through Anthesis Ventures. The company brings together 500 experts operating in 40 countries around the world and has offices in the U.S., Canada, Colombia, the UK, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Spain, Andorra, Finland, France, Brazil, China, the Philippines and the Middle East.

Summary of role

Anthesis is looking for a Senior Engineer to join the business. As a Sr. Engineer – Regulatory Compliance, this is your unique opportunity to set your mark on the leading-edge. Anthesis is recruiting for a full time position to evaluate, validate and manage supplier-provided product environmental technical data and information. To be successful, familiarity with chemistry, part and material substance composition, lab analysis techniques, Bill of Material (BOM) structures, and relevant global product environmental compliance laws and regulations will all be desirable.  You will also develop and implement processes necessary to ensure compliance with worldwide hazardous substances regulations (ROHS/REACH), conflict minerals and related areas.

How you will contribute

The following is a list of responsibilities, but these are not exhaustive. Other responsibilities may be assigned depending on the needs of projects.

Primary responsibilities

  • Review, validate and process supplier-provided material composition content information including lab reports for mechanical, electronics, and electrical parts according to defined protocols;
  • Track supplier performance and provide periodic metrics reports;
  • Audit laboratory reports and report findings to client;
  • Onboard, train and assist suppliers on how to prepare and submit material declarations. Prepare various internal and customer reports based on supplier-provided full material disclosure (FMD) information;
  • Collect and validate data related to conflict minerals, rare earth minerals, and other critical substances;
  • Assess risk associated with material composition of parts and assemblies;
  • Define and deliver business processes to collect and manage other environmental, carbon, and sustainability-related supplier data.
  • Normal work hours will be first (day) shift but you may be asked to work on another shift as the needs of a project demand.

Other responsibilities

  • Document material and substance content of parts and materials based on technical sources;
  • Develop and document business processes to satisfy client needs;
  • Maintain project records, prepare technical and other reports as requested to document progress and results achieved. Recommend and implement changes for continuous improvement;
  • Review and approve applicable Part Change Requests, Specification Requests and Revisions;
  • Recommend process and tool improvements to increase material declaration accuracy and reduce cycle times;
  • Contribute sound professional advice and creative new ideas, concepts and approaches relative to new project design and development;
  • Counsel, train and check the work of junior engineers/engineers and technical support personnel in technical areas as required or requested.

Requirements

  • Chinese and/or Japanese spoken and written technical language capability
  • Excellent command of both spoken and written English
  • Electronics industry experience, knowledge of electronics manufacturing, bills of materials (BoMs), and materials typically used in electronics manufacturing
  • Candidate must possess at least a Professional License (Passed Board/Professional License Exam) in Engineering (Chemical/Materials/Metallurgical/Environmental) or equivalent experience.
  • Regulatory Compliance, RoHS, REACH, WEEE, ISO 14001.
  • At least 3 years of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • 1-3 Years Experienced Employees specializing in Engineering – Chemical/Materials or equivalent, Procurement/Supply Chain, Design and Component Engineering or equivalent
  • Knowledge of IPC 1752, Full Material Disclosure (FMD), Supplier Support, Materials Composition and Compliance
  • Experience with supplier capability development, including training, education and meeting facilitation.
  • Occasional travel may be required for meeting with regulatory agencies, trade group associations, and customers.
  • The successful candidate must report to work in Pasig City.

Preferred

  • S. degree in Environmental/Materials Science and Engineering
  • Carbon Footprint, Sustainability, Conflict Minerals

To apply please send your CV and a covering email to jason.gooden@anthesisgroup.com.

At Anthesis we value both the well-being and the professional development of our people by doing our best to make Anthesis a great place to work. Our identity, values, and the quality of our work are vested in our people and we want you to thrive, develop and succeed here.

As an equal opportunities employer, we value diversity in our workforce. All candidates will be considered without regard to age, color, race, national origin, disability, family or marital status, pregnancy or maternity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, religion or belief, veteran status or any status protected by law. Anthesis does not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics.