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As the Associate Administrator for Enforcement you will:
Under the general administrative direction of the Executive Director, the incumbent serves as the Associate Administrator for Enforcement with responsibility for directing administration programs which ensure industry compliance with federal laws, standards and regulations pertinent to vehicle safety, fuel economy, damageability, theft protection, consumer information, vehicle certification (gray market), and odometer fraud. Develops law enforcement strategies and evidentiary support to develop and implement all statutory law enforcement responsibilities, including support for agency litigation efforts.
Responsible for recommendations and decisions in the establishment of requirements for the executive leadership, policy guidance, and management direction of program development, implementation and coordination for the following:
1. Office of Defects Investigation: Responsible for the testing, inspection, and investigation necessary for the identification and correction of safety-related defects in motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment under the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966, as amended.
2. Office of Vehicle Safety Compliance: Responsible for the testing, inspection, and investigation necessary to assure compliance of motor vehicle and motor vehicle equipment with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, as well as requirements related to theft protection, vehicle certification (gray market), and the associate notification requirements of the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966, as amended. Also conducts the necessary investigations under Title I, V, and VI of the Motor Vehicle Information and Cost Saving Act of 1972, as amended, regarding the bumper damageability regulation and fuel economy standards.
3. Office of Odometer Fraud Investigation: Responsible for the conduct of criminal investigations to determine violations of the odometer fraud law and regulations established under the provisions of Title IV of the Motor Vehicle Information and Cost Savings Act, as amended.
The incumbent represents the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Department of Transportation nationally and internationally on appropriate matters, dealing with safety organizations, professional societies, the academic and scientific communities, other government agencies and industry.