engineerThe Assistant Emission Coordinator is member of the group “Engine Definition and Thermodynamics” in the department “Engine Integration and Validation” and responsible for:The Engine Legislation:Legislation Europe:Stage IV, VFuture CO2 declarationEuropean documents (track, direct, plan, coordinate, write, review)COP legislation procedures/project supportLegislation North America:North American documents (track, direct, plan, coordinate, write, review)GHG legislation NAPACCAR Inc. meetingsPerforming System Emission FMEA’sDF-testing (measurements/calculation procedures)Collaboration in the project teamsBSc or MSc degree in Mechanical Engineering or Automotive Engineering with specialization on internal combustion enginesGood English and Dutch communication skills are mandatory for this positionExperienced Technical Editor and documentation skillsExperience in communicating with the legislator is a preferableAt least 1 years of diesel engine application experience preferably on HD truck enginesFirst practical experience on diesel engine – exhaust after treatment (EAS) interactionStructured working approach combined with pleasure to work in teamsDAF Trucks NVDAF Trucks N.V. in Eindhoven, part of the PACCAR Inc., is one of the biggest global players in the heavy-duty truck industry. The known truck brands of PACCAR are Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF. Within the PACCAR Group Inc. Within the PACCAR Inc. DAF engine development is the centre of competence for engine development. In their state-of-art engine development centre, they develop engine families for the future regulations. Their engines and trucks are best of class products in the transportation world being always driven by providing environmentally friendly products with best cost-effectiveness and highest reliability for customers. As a globally working company they offer optimal opportunities to contribute to their success in a multicultural team.