The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) is currently seeking individuals who can fill two roles in their Real-World Vehicle Emissions Testing Program.
According to the motoring body, this will allow them to establish and deliver a “ground-breaking environmental initiative, and a high-profile consumer information program”. This real-world vehicle emissions testing program is the first of its kind in Australia. It seeks to test and report the environmental impact and fuel consumption of new vehicles.
The first of two roles is that of an Operations Manager who will manage the operation of an on-road test program that measures the environmental impact and real world fuel consumption of new cars.
This role involves reporting to the Program Director and working with work with test service providers and other stakeholder groups to coordinate and deliver test results on time and within budget.
Interested applicants can find more information about this role here.
The second role is that of a Program Coordination who can assist with the operation of an on-road test program that measures the environmental impact and real world fuel consumption of new cars. This role will involve reporting to the Program Director and developing reports and management of program outputs, as well as program administration.
Interested applicants can find further information about this role by clicking here.
The AAA represents Australia’s state-based motoring clubs and their 8.7 million members. The AAA is an apolitical and technology-neutral advocate for national transport policy that improves safety, affordability, and mobility.
It manages a diverse range of national programs and projects of behalf of its trusted member clubs (NRMA, RACV, RACQ, RAC WA, RAA, RACT and AANT).
It is a member of the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and serves as a key liaison point between international motoring clubs and AAA members.
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