Technical Regulations Analyst - Materials


The Compliance/Technical Regulations Analyst - Materials (TRA) is responsible to develop and implement communication strategies including training programs to share product compliance information with engineering, supply chain management, and other corporate support groups, as well as customers and suppliers. 
The TRA is responsible to inform affected stakeholder and helps to assess the impact on their operations.

  • Develop and implementation of programs to ensure product compliance with existing and developing global restricted substance regulations including European Union ROHS, European Union REACH, European Union WEEE, US Conflict Minerals, California Prop 65, and chemical management systems such as US TSCA and respond to customer requests.
  • Participate in external authorities and association meetings to identify, understand, contribute to, and predict future relevant Legal Technical Regulations (LTRs) and applicable National and/ or International Standards.
  • Advocate for the Continental Position in the respective authorities and association meetings.
  • Inform affected stakeholder and enable them to assess the impact on their operations.
  • Align the official Continental Position by moderating the discussion between the contributing Experts and Stakeholder.
  • Initiate IMDS and labeling of products.
  • Develop Common Interpretation together with relevant technical experts
  • Optionally request support for clarification (e.g. legal implications between various regions) by a Continental Legal Counsel and/ or further Technical Regulations Experts on technical issues.
  • Provide Common Interpretation in Central Database.
  • Support the Technical Regulations Manager TRM(M) to scan defined technical compliance relevant data sources and identify new and upcoming publications with relevance for Continental.
  • Support the TRM(M) to identify relevant LTRs and applicable National and International Standards for Continental.
  • Support the TRM(M) to make the national language edition available in addition to an English version in the Central Database.
  • Support other TRA's to evaluate the relevance of LTR/ Standard for Group Sector/ BA product portfolio in alignment with Continental Legal Council (Global Law Department), affected Segments/ Markets/ Products and/ or Projects (optionally incl. a specific interpretation).
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Education / Certification 

  • Academic Degree Engineering or adequate experience in Chemistry

Professional Experience

  • > 5 years working experience in the area of Expertise contributing to material.
  • Acknowledged Expertise in the analysis and creation of LTRs/ Standards dealing with Product Safety/ Product Conformity/Product Environmental Compliance or related field.

Project and/or Process Experience

  • Varity of Product, Project and Process experience is appreciated.

Leadership Experience

  • Communication with Impact towards decision makers, Authorities, Associations, Customers, Supplier.

Intercultural / International Experience

  • Ability to communicate and collaborate on international stages representing Continental.
  • Advanced Business English, good and global legal understanding.
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Continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Founded in 1871, the technology company offers safe, efficient, intelligent and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, traffic and transportation. In 2022, Continental generated sales of €39.4 billion and currently employs around 200,000 people in 57 countries and markets.

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