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  • 20 Dec 2017 2:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Henderson Group Unlimited, Inc.
    2760 Eisenhower Avenue #250
    Alexandria, VA 22314

    To Apply:  https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=HendersonG&jobId=158282&lang=en_US&source=CC3

    Job Title:  Commodities Jurisdiction Analyst

    General Job Description:  Henderson Group Unlimited, Inc., a government contractor, has an immediate opening for a Commodities Jurisdiction Analyst providing support to the Department of State Directorate Defense Trade Control (DDTC). In this position the incumbent will: · Development and implementation of defense trade policy initiatives; · Coordination and resolution of pol icy issues raised in the export licensing process (e.g., sanctions waivers, exports to China); and · Liaison with the Department of Defense and other State Bureaus on broad-based policies that impact defense trade. The Analyst reviews and makes determinations on requests for Commodity Jurisdiction and brokering of defense articles.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Policies and Procedures:
    Evaluates and analyzes policies and procedures for designation of articles to be controlled under the U.S. Munitions List and makes recommendations to the Managing Director through the Policy Office Director. Drafts and disseminates specialized procedures for the review and disposition of commodity jurisdiction requests. Promulgates detailed procedures to address preparation of requests by industry, interagency review and resolution of disputes, and potential escalation to higher-level decision makers.

    Work Review:
    Reviews sensitive, time urgent, highly controversial commodity jurisdiction applications to determine applicable law enforcement foreign policy and national security considerations which determine resolution of the cases. Reviews and signs off on commodity jurisdiction requests.

    Liaison Function:
    Establishes and fosters close liaisons with various offices within the Department of State, Defense (Office of the Secretary of Defense, Army, Navy, and Air Force), Department of Energy, Department of Commerce, and Congress in connection to issues related to commodity jurisdiction and defense trade policy. Represents the Office and Department in discussions regarding commodity jurisdiction issues.

    Special Projects:
    Undertakes special projects involving matters such as resolving contentious CJ issues, preparing special reports to Congress on the CJ process or the removal of items from the United States Munitions List, and analyzing and recommending responses to inquiries from the public, other agencies and Congressional offices and committees.

    Job Qualifications

    • Candidate must have great work ethic.
    • Ability to communicate effectively.
    • Work in a team environment.
    • Possess leadership skills.
    • Possess critical thinking skills and ability to research resolutions to issues in a timely manner.

    Clearance:

    • Position requires a government security clearance.
    • Interested persons should email their resume and salary requirements to resumes@hendersongroupinc.net
    • Henderson Group Unlimited, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor. EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    • Mastery of the issues, principles, and regulations associated with the regulation of commercial exports of defense articles, defense services, and related technical data in order to make determinations on requests for commodity jurisdiction, licensing and brokering of defense articles.
    • General knowledge of military weapon systems, technology, and terminology in order to make determinations on requests for commodity jurisdiction and licensing or defense articles.
    • Thorough knowledge of Department of State and other USG agencies' role in formulation and support of USG policy in order to ensure necessary and appropriate interagency coordination in making determinations on requests for Commodity Jurisdiction, licensing, and brokering of defense articles.
    • Ability to communicate orally and in writing in order to prepare persuasive and concise papers, make presentations to senior Department officials and officials in other agencies, and coordinate a variety of activities both within and outside the Department.
    • The position requires either an academic background in law or in a scientific or engineering field; incumbent handles jurisdictional determinations with law enforcement and completes commodity jurisdiction requests under the close supervision of the Team Chief.
  • 20 Dec 2017 1:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    University of Kansas
    1246 W Campus Rd
    Lawrence, KS 66045


    TO APPLY:  https://jobs.ku.edu


    Job Title:  Export Compliance Officer

    General Job Description:  The Export Compliance Officer ensures that activities on all University of Kansas campuses, including Lawrence, Edwards, Kansas City, Hutchinson, Wichita, and Salina campuses comply with the various U.S. export control regulations, including those administered by the Department of Commerce (Export Administration Regulations), the Department of State (International Traffic in Arms Regulations), and the Department of the Treasury (individual country sanctions and embargo regulations administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)). The Export Compliance Officer reports to the Director of Security within the Office of the Chancellor and will maintain office operations at the Lawrence campus and on the KUMC Kansas City campus.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    40% Export Compliance: 

    • Coordinates export control assessments, license determinations, and documentation, and drafts correspondence with federal agencies and serves as an empowered official for license applications.
    • Conducts restricted party screenings and assists with product/technology classifications, makes license determinations.
    • Provides specialized reviews of university activities that have export control implications, including foreign travel and fieldwork, foreign visitor and visa screening, physical exports, research restrictions, international collaborations, certain purchases and agreements.
    • Determines export licensing requirements for items, technology and technical data, supplied by third parties, or created during the course of university activities, and technical assistance or defense services provided during the course of university activities.
    • Consults and advises researchers and administrators on export control issues in conjunction with the Office of General Counsel and outside counsel, when necessary.
    • Drafts and submits for the empowered official’s signature export license applications, commodity jurisdiction or classification, and advisory opinion requests to federal agencies.  Maintains documentation and submits required periodic reports to federal agencies.
    • Develops, provides briefings for, tracks, and ensures compliance with necessary technology control plans.
    • Provides guidance and assistance pertaining to other U.S. international shipping regulations and requirements and destination country import regulations.

    40% Management of Compliance Programs

    • Implements the export management programs.
    • Advises on the development and maintenance of university policies and procedures to ensure consistency and compliance with federal regulations governing export control and interactions with embargoed or sanctioned countries.
    • Monitor and analyze export control regulatory developments and propose program changes, as needed, to address the University’s export compliance needs.
    • Coordinate with campus partners to identify export control risks and implement solutions to address such risks.

    15% Training and Outreach

    • Implements training for faculty and staff regarding export controls, procedures for exports and deemed exports, restricted party screening, technology control plans, interactions with embargoed or sanctioned countries, and reporting of suspected violations.
    • Conducts periodic campus-wide assessment and audit of export control-related activities and risks. 5% Other duties as assigned

    Job Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree.
    • Five years export licensing and compliance experience in interpretation of export control regulations and classification and licensing determinations regarding controlled items and technologies.
    • Program Management experience
    • Eligibility and ability to receive and maintain a minimum of a U.S. government Secret security clearance (U.S. citizenship required).
    • Demonstrated ability to establish positive working relationships regarding compliance with all levels of organizational personnel.
    • Must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident to comply with ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) requirements.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    A complete application consists of a cover letter, resume and three professional references. Please use your cover letter to address how you meet the required and preferred qualifications. Incomplete applications will not be considered. An online University of Kansas application must be completed to be considered for this position.
    Review of applications will begin January 4, 2018 and will continue until positions are filled.
    For more information or to apply on-line go to https://jobs.ku.edu and search for position number 10443BR.

  • 05 Dec 2017 10:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Marjorie Alquist
    LORD Corporation
    111 Lord Drive
    Cary, NC  27511

    Email:  marjorie.alquist@lord.com

    Job Title:  Global Trade Compliance Specialist

    Reports to:  Manager, Global Trade Compliance

    General Job Description:  ENSURES CORPORATE COMPLIANCE WITH IMPORT, EXPORT, AND FREE TRADE LAWS AND REGULATIONS BY LEADING AND PARTICIPATING IN BOTH STRATEGIC AND TACTICAL ACTIVITIES AND INITIATIVES TO ENSURE THE LORD INTERNAL TRADE COMPLIANCE PROGRAM (ITCP) OBJECTIVES ARE EFFECTIVELY AND EFFICIENTLY MANAGED. THIS POSITION SUPPORTS THE LORD ITCP THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION, AND MANAGEMENT OF AUTHORIZATIONS, POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND TRAINING THAT SUPPORT DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL LOCATIONS.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Develop, implement, and maintain policies and procedures that direct and support export, import, and free trade activities to ensure compliance with US and foreign regulations 
    • Stay abreast of new, amended, or proposed regulatory activities to determine impact to the ITCP and business objectives, implement necessary program modifications and effectively communicate throughout the organization
    • Lead Free Trade program qualification activities including review, evaluation, validation, approval, and communication
    • Determine jurisdiction and classification of LORD products, technology, and software
    • Determine product and technology country of origin consistent with US regulations and requirements
    • Lead, support and liaise with Logistics on import activities to include reviewing invoices, making post-entry adjustments, auditing entries, and interacting with brokers and freight forwarder to ensure compliance with US Customs regulations
    • Collaborate with the business to determine appropriate license requirements and prepare, submit, maintain, and train employees on export authorizations including licenses and agreements to ensure compliance with US export regulations
    • Populate and utilize internal electronic database used to populate, track, and manage export authorization data for use by GTC, shipping, customer service, and sales and marketing
    • Lead and/or support 3rd party, and government led audits, queries, submissions, disclosures, and reports along with auditing freight forwarders and develop/implement corrective action plan as appropriate
    • Identify and communicate known or potential non-compliance events or activities to Manager GTC, Director Global Compliance, or LORD Legal to include preparing a fact finding summary of events
    • Develop training modules and lead employee training efforts as defined in LOP-106 on the topics of export, import, and free trade
    • Lead and/or support sourcing compliance activities to include reviewing purchase orders for military items, shipments made under LOP-115, country of origin affidavits, and auditing internal and external paperwork
    • Manage interactions of trade compliance activities including interaction with third parties to include freight forwarders, brokers, logistics providers, and US or foreign government agencies such as Customs, Dept. of Commerce, and Dept. of State
    • Train, cross train and develop other GTC team members in various aspects of trade compliance
    • Identify, initiate, coordinate, and lead projects/cross functional projects that improve existing processes and procedures to support trade compliance activities and/or business objectives
    • Manage and direct requests from internal and external parties to appropriate individual or function within the organization
    • Support company structure opportunities and action such as M&A and global organization activities as requested
    • Operate in a legal capacity for LORD including Power of Attorney (specific to trade related matters) and Empowered Official (if/when designated)
    • Willing to travel domestically and internationally, <10%
    • Trade compliance subject matter export and resource for LORD organizational functions
    • Support Global Compliance through ad hoc projects

    REQUIRED

    • Minimum of eight years of trade compliance experience
    • Skilled command and strong working knowledge of US export, import, and free trade regulations
    • Regular interaction and collaboration activities with various organizational functions domestically and globally
    • Initiate, coordinate, and lead team projects to include cross functional projects
    • Experience in analyzing and applying regulations to various import and export business processes and functions
    • Experience preparing, obtaining, and managing commodity jurisdictions, export licenses, technical assistance agreements
    • Experience developing, implementing, and auditing an established trade compliance program
    • Experience in developing training modules and delivering to employees domestically and globally

    PREFERRED

    • More than ten years of related trade compliance experience
    • Experience with enterprise systems/software, especially SAP and/or trade compliance systems/software
    • International work assignment
    • Current/recent participation or involvement in professional or industry trade organization such as Defense Trade Advisory Group (DTAG); Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), Import Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA), or Society of International Affairs (SIA)
    • Paralegal, finance, regulatory, or tax experience

    EDUCATION:

    REQUIRED

    • BA/BS degree

    PREFERRED

    • MA/MS degree
    • MBA degree

    CERTIFICATIONS PREFERRED

    • US Customs Broker License
    • Certifications in trade compliance capacities, such as Empowered Official, Global Business Professional, US Customs Broker license, etc. Industry qualifications in trade compliance topic areas (e.g. ITAR, EAR, FACR, Customs, etc.)

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics


      • Skilled command with appropriate level of working knowledge specific to US export, import, and free trade regulations
      • Strong understanding and application of methodologies to determine jurisdiction and classification of LORD products, technology, and software
      • Strong interest to continue building career in trade compliance
      • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a high degree of professionalism and interpersonal skills
      • Effectively communicate and liaison between GTC and all internal and external parties
      • Highly organized with strong attention to detail and accuracy Strong leadership and teamwork skills
      • Capacity to accept frequent challenges with extensive and complex scope that confront typical trade compliance programs in US manufacturing companies, and manage these challenges effectively with minimal supervision
      • Ability to manage several projects of varying complexity simultaneously and effectively
      • High ethical and personal integrity standards; honest and trustworthy
      • Proficient computer skills and demonstrated capability in Microsoft Office suite tools
  • 22 Nov 2017 2:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Harris Corporation
    77 River Road
    Clifton, NJ 07014

    TO APPLY: https://harrisrccorp.peoplefluent.com/res_viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-60664&ERFormID=res_newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

    Job Title: Sr. Trade Compliance Analyst

    General Job Description:
    Harris Corporation is a leading technology innovator, solving customers' toughest mission-critical challenges by providing solutions that connect, inform and protect. The Electronic Systems Segment is seeking a qualified candidate to join the Harris Trade Compliance team as a Trade Compliance Analyst. This individual will be responsible for providing Trade Compliance support to the Electronic Systems segment or a subordinate Business Unit, this includes but is not limited to:

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Interpreting U.S. trade regulations (ITAR, EAR, OFAC, ATF and Customs) and providing necessary guidance to internal customers.
    • Interfacing with program managers, internal functions (Human Resources, Supply Chain, Information Systems, etc.) and senior leadership to ensure all work processes are in compliance U.S. Trade regulations.
    • Drafting, submitting and managing export licenses, technical assistance agreements, commodity jurisdiction and classification requests, as required to support business initiatives.
    • Reviewing and approving international shipments, foreign travel, incoming foreign visitors, release of technology and technical data, to ensure compliance with applicable U.S. regulations and Harris policies and procedures.
    • Providing ad hoc export training.
    • Assisting with internal audits.
    • Reporting violations to the Electronic System Empowered Official.
    • Drafting voluntary self-disclosures as needed.
    • Business travel required: 10%

    Job Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or Engineering, 10+ years of relevant experience and practical knowledge in:

    • U.S. trade regulations (ITAR, EAR, OFAC and Customs) with demonstrated prior experience working in a trade compliance role.
    • Use of D-Trade, SNAP-R and ACE.
    • International shipping and Customs procedures.
    • Use of license exemption and exceptions.
    • Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook) and SharePoint.
    • Export classification of goods, services and information and product database management.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Proficiency in EASE export administration and licensing software.
    • Knowledgeable in avionics and Electronic Warfare.
    • Knowledgeable in Foreign Military Sales (FMS).
    • Effective interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to interface with personnel at all levels, both verbally and in writing.
    • Exhibits a high attention to detail, integrity and discretion.
  • 17 Nov 2017 12:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: FD Associates
    Address: 7918 Jones Branch Dr
    Suite 540
    McLean, VA 22102

    TO APPLY: mailto:jobs@fdassociates.net

    Job Title: Senior Export Compliance Associate


    General Job Description: Small Consulting firm in N.VA seeks qualified candidate specializing in U.S. export regulations (ITAR, EAR, FTR, OFAC, FCPA) to fill a Senior Compliance Associate position. Position includes advising clients in the licensing and compliance obligations of the ITAR and EAR across the spectrum of USML Categories and relevant ECCNs under the EAR, along with guidance in other related US export regulations such as FCPA, FTR, OFAC and BATF.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Applicant should have considerable experience in auditing, preparing voluntary disclosures, training, development of company compliance programs and procedures, preparing and reviewing draft license applications, preparation of Commodity Jurisdictions and Commodity Classifications and be well versed in all elements of Export Control Reform.

    Off-site auditing, training and investigations, will be required from time to time.
    Job Qualifications: A minimum 15 plus years’ full time experience with ITAR/EAR licensing/ compliance required. Merger & Acquisition due diligence experience beneficial. Expertise in FTR, OFAC, FCPA, Antiboycott a bonus. Strong written and verbal skills necessary. Must be able to travel.

    Education: BS/BA JD or equivalent preferred. Tenure in export control field with significant compliance and auditing considered equivalent.

  • 17 Nov 2017 12:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Argonne National Laboratory
    4130 River View Drive
    Chicago, IL 60175

    TO APPLY:  EXPORT SECURITY & COMPLIANCE ANALYST

    General Description:  The mission of the Argonne National Laboratory Export Security and Compliance Office is to protect the research, development and technologies of our employees, scientists and engineers from transactions that would threaten U.S. National Security, Economic Security and Foreign Policy interests as directed by U.S. Federal Regulations and U.S. Department of Energy Orders. As a member of the Export Security and Compliance team the incumbent will review laboratory transactions and implement procedures to avoid, mitigate, and resolve potential export compliance violations.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  Assignments may include: Conducting denied party screening, determining export compliance jurisdiction and categorization of technologies and commodities through internal analysis, commodity jurisdictions, and advisory opinions, administration of export license lifecycle, development and presentation of export compliance risk analyses, research, advise and resolve issues on transactions subject to export security and compliance interests, develop and administer export compliance training and awareness, develop and administer export compliance technology protection plans, develop and administer export compliance records and self-evaluations.

    Job Qualifications:  Must be willing and able to obtain and maintain a DOE-Q clearance.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:  Bachelor’s degree, science or technical field desired, plus 2-3 years of related professional experience. Analytical skills and the ability to present problem resolution strategies for informed rulings in a thorough and well-organized manner. Ability to keep up with the changing export security and compliance environment as directed by U.S. Federal Regulations. Comprehension of technical concepts and emerging technologies as they are pursued by the laboratory. Ability to work with sensitive information in a discreet manner.

  • 16 Nov 2017 1:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Orbital ATK
    Address: 5995 Opus Parkway
    Suite 300
    Minnetonka, MN 55343

    TO APPLY: https://jobs.orbitalatk.com/jobs/JAY20170911-42250/International+Trade+Compliance+Analyst?lang=en-US

    Job Title: International Trade Compliance Analyst

    General Job Description:
    The International Trade Compliance Analyst will be responsible for ensuring compliance with U.S. export and import control laws and regulations; applying for all necessary export and import authorizations; providing training to employees and guidance/interpretation of the international trade compliance regulations.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Work with various functional areas to determine their export/import needs, and develop and implement appropriate strategies to meet business requirements and ensure full compliance with all regulatory agencies
    • Prepare and submit all necessary export/import authorization requests required to support Armament Systems Division in their international programs
    • Assist in provide guidance and interpretation of US government regulations including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) National Firearms Act (NFA) and Gun Control Act (GCA), Anti-boycott Regulations, US Census and Customs Regulations
    • Assist in the development and implementation of trade compliance policies and procedures, such as internal control plans for approved authorizations
    • Maintain all post approval activities such as recordkeeping, reporting requirements, approvals for data exports and international shipping authorizations
    • Assist with compliance assessment audits, support investigations and the implementation of corrective actions
    • Preparing export and import internal control plans and proviso reviews
    • Assist in audits and assessments of the company’s internal trade compliance program
    • Support the implementation of trade compliance policies and procedures
    • Assist with training and providing formal and informal communications and guidance to internal and external customers regarding all conditions of the export and import authorizations
    • Assist in the review of export and import clauses in international new business contracts and provide recommendations
    • Review of program Statements of Work to assist in the development of the work scope for each export/import authorizations
    • Make formal presentations in meetings, training environments and respond to questions from management, employees, customers and vendors related to export/import compliance
    • Work with internal and external customers and resolves issues in a win/win manner

    Job Qualifications:

    • Must have both excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Strong ability to work independently as well as with teams
    • Strong collaboration and team building skills
    • Must be able to build and maintain excellent working relationships with both internal and external customers

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Minimum of (2) years experience in export/import licensing and/or compliance in relevant field (e.g. Trade Compliance, Contracts, Legal, Program Management, etc.)
    • Knowledge of ITAR, EAR, BATFE and other US Government Regulations
    • Ability to travel domestic and international (<15%)



  • 15 Nov 2017 8:06 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Raytheon
    Address: 2000 Imperial Hwy
    El Segundo, CA 90245

    TO APPLY:
    https://jobs.raytheon.com/job/el-segundo/sr-regulatory-compl-analyst/4679/5358583

    Job Title: Sr Regulatory Compliance Analyst

    General Job Description:
    Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) is looking for an experienced export control professional to support export licensing activities in a fast paced and exciting export/import environment. This position provides guidance to business personnel on export/import controls to ensure compliance with U.S. and foreign regulations in international business activities. Contributes to development of business processes for submitting to and obtaining from the U.S. government all necessary export and import licenses, permits, certifications, and technology release determinations. Develops licensing plans and provides guidance for licensing strategy and program planning. Prepares authorization requests for submittal to the U.S. Government. Assures regulatory compliance through review and approval of foreign travel, foreign visits and export and import transactions. Maintains applicable trade compliance records in accordance with regulatory requirements. Assists in learning and audit assessment programs to ensure implementation and effectiveness of internal controls.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Obtain, maintain and monitor applicable licenses, agreements, permits, certifications, technology release authorizations, and commodity jurisdiction determinations in compliance with applicable US Government regulations and company policies to support Raytheon programs.

    • Prepare export authorizations and miscellaneous correspondence for submittal to regulatory agencies
    • Approve export and import shipments. Coordinate imports of unclassified and classified hardware with foreign parties to ensure proper customs paperwork is included and shipment is authorized under proper license exemptions
    • Review and approve presentations, briefings, documents and other information provided to foreign persons for compliance with licenses and regulations prior to release outside the company
    • Jurisdiction and classification determination reviews
    • Maintain records of current and expired license files, and issues reports on pending and approved licenses/approvals
    • Assist Empowered Official on interpretation of regulatory requirements or company EXIM policies and procedures
    • Review proposals, contracts, and/or purchase orders and participates in technical programmatic discussion/meetings
    • Participate in strategic business engagement at the program level to ensure business execution, growth and compliance
    • Support development of export related training and communications requirements for program area
    • Support in development and implementation of company and BU policy, procedures, guidelines and instructions to support compliance with US Government export/import regulations and company policy
    • Participate in special projects, cross-functional business projects and corporate projects to support business objectives

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Minimum 2 years of broad Export/Import experience and increasing responsibility (licenses, agreements, compliance, and transactional activities)
    • Experience researching, interpreting and applying government regulations such as the ITAR and EAR
    • Flexible, cooperative and collaborative; demonstrated ability to adapt to changing US Government and customers conditions
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Able to present recommendations to solve business challenges
    • Problem solver, able to work under time sensitive circumstances, collaboratively or independently, and take initiative to address situations before issues arise Self-motivated and results oriented with ability to prioritize and make independent decision.
    • Able to manage priorities of multiple tasks
    • Attention to detail and follow through on assignments to achieve desired results
    • Some travel may be required
    • Ability to obtain DoD Secret Security Clearance
    • US Citizenship

    Desired Skills:

    • Experience with D-Trade, SNAP-R, OCR EASE IT systems a plus

    Education:

    • Bachelors degree in international relations, political science, or related discipline

    U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment.

    This position requires a U.S. person or the ability to obtain an Export Authorization from the appropriate government agency for non-U.S. persons

  • 15 Nov 2017 8:02 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Raytheon
    Address: 2000 Imperial Hwy
    El Segundo, CA 90277

    TO APPLY: https://jobs.raytheon.com/job/el-segundo/principal-global-trade-licensi/4679/5630864

    Job Title: Principal Global Trade Licensing Specialist

    General Job Description:
    Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems is seeking an experienced trade controls professional to support export/import licensing and compliance activities in a fast paced and exciting global trade environment. This position provides advanced guidance to Mission Area personnel on export/import controls to ensure compliance with U.S. regulations and Company polices in international business activities. Contributes to the development of business processes for submitting to and obtaining from the U.S. Government all necessary export and import licenses, permits, certifications, and technology release determinations. Supports development of licensing plans and provides guidance for licensing strategy and program planning/execution. Develops licensing plans and provides guidance for complex licensing strategies and program planning. Assures regulatory compliance through review and approval of foreign travel, foreign visits and export and import transactions. Maintains applicable trade compliance records in accordance with regulatory requirements. Contributes to learning and audit assessment programs to ensure implementation and effectiveness of internal controls. Supports management in investigating and resolving compliance matters.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Prepares, obtains, maintains, manages and monitors applicable licenses, agreements, permits, certifications, technology release authorizations, and commodity jurisdiction determinations in compliance with applicable U.S. Government regulations and Company policies.
    • Prepares, reviews, and administers export/import authorizations and miscellaneous correspondences to regulatory agencies.
    • Reviews and approves use of advanced license exemptions/exceptions.
    • Reviews and approves presentations, briefings, documents and other information to be provided to foreign persons for compliance with licenses and regulations prior to release to foreign person employees or outside the Company.
    • Coordinates exports/imports of unclassified and classified hardware to ensure proper customs documentation is included and shipment is authorized under proper authorizations.
    • Supports export/import jurisdiction and classification reviews.
    • Maintains records of current and expired license files, and issues reports on pending and approved licenses/approvals.
    • Program interface on interpretation of regulatory requirements or company export/import policies and procedures.
    • Reviews proposals, contracts, and/or purchase orders and participates in technical programmatic discussions/meetings with program areas.
    • Participates in strategic business engagement at the program level to ensure business execution, growth and compliance.
    • Identifies, develops and completes export related training and communications requirements for program/functional areas.
    • Participates in the development and implementation of company and business unit policy, procedures, guidelines and instructions to support compliance with US Government export/import regulations and Company policies.
    • Participates in and leads special projects, cross-functional business projects and corporate projects to support business objectives.
    • Mentors and assists Global Trade personnel in day-to-day export/import activities and assignments.
    • Supports management in investigating and resolving compliance matters.
    • May perform duties as an Empowered Official (EO) per the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), if required.
    • Some travel required.

    Required Skills:

    • 6+ years of related broad export/import licensing experience and increasing responsibility (licenses, agreements, reclaims, general correspondence requests, compliance, and transactional activities).
    • In-depth knowledge and application of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Problem solver, able to work under time sensitive circumstances, collaboratively or independently, and take initiative to address situations before issues arise.
    • Strong time management, prioritization, and organizational skills; ability to prioritize among demanding and sometimes conflicting requirements.
    • Demonstrated ability to think strategically and integrate export licensing requirements with company’s international business objectives.
    • Strong attention to detail and ability to resolve situations that are ambiguous or incomplete.
    • Computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, D-Trade, OCR EASE, and Adobe Professional.
    • Ability to obtain a DoD Secret Clearance.
    • US Citizen

    Desired Skills:

    • Ability to present recommendations to solve business challenges.
    • Excellent customer relationship/interpersonal skills.
    • Previous Empowered Official experience.
    • Excellent analytical skills and a proven ability to interpret and implement export/import regulations.
    • Experience with Exception to National Disclosure Policy (ENDP), Low Observable/ Counter Low Observable (LO/CLO), and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programs.

    Required Education (including Major):

    • Bachelor's Degree (BA, BS).

    This position requires a U.S. person or the ability to obtain an Export Authorization from the appropriate government agency for non-U.S. persons.

    U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position will need a U.S. Security Clearance within 1 year of start date.


  • 15 Nov 2017 7:59 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Raytheon Company

    TO APPLY: https://jobs.raytheon.com/job/el-segundo/global-trade-manager/4679/4717488

    Job Title: Global Trade Manager


    General Job Description: Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) is looking for an experienced export control professional to support export licensing activities in a fast paced and exciting export/import environment.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: This position provides advanced guidance to business personnel on export/import controls to ensure compliance with U.S. and foreign regulations in international business activities. Contributes to development of business processes for submitting to and obtaining from the U.S. government all necessary export and import licenses, permits, certifications, and technology release determinations. Develops licensing plans and provides guidance for complex licensing strategy and program planning. Reviews and submits authorization requests to the U.S. Government. Assures regulatory compliance through review and approval of foreign travel, foreign visits and export and import transactions. Maintains applicable trade compliance records in accordance with regulatory requirements. Contributes to learning and audit assessment programs to ensure implementation and effectiveness of internal controls.Supports management in investigating and resolving compliance matters.

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Obtain, maintain and monitor applicable licenses, agreements, permits, certifications, technology release authorizations, and commodity jurisdiction determinations in compliance with applicable US Government regulations and company policies to support Raytheon programs.
    • Prepare, review, and administer export authorizations and miscellaneous correspondences to regulatory agencies
    • Review and approve use of advanced exemptions/exceptions
    • Approve export and import shipments.Coordinate imports of unclassified and classified hardware with foreign parties to ensure proper customs paperwork is included and shipment is authorized under proper license exemptions
    • Review and approve presentations, briefings, documents and other information provided to foreign persons for compliance with licenses and regulations prior to release outside the company
    • Jurisdiction and classification determination reviews
    • Maintain records of current and expired license files, and issues reports on pending and approved licenses/approvals
    • Program interface on interpretation of regulatory requirements or company EXIM policies and procedures
    • Review proposals, contracts, and/or purchase orders and participates in technical programmatic discussion/meetings
    • Participate in strategic business engagement at the program level to ensure business execution, growth and compliance
    • Identify, develop and complete export related training and communications requirements for program area
    • Participate in development and implementation of company and BU policy, procedures, guidelines and instructions to support compliance with US Government export/import regulations and company policy
    • Participate in and lead special projects, cross-functional business projects and corporate projects to support business objectives
    • Perform the function as a designated Empowered Official per the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), if required

    Required Skills:

    • 8+ years of broad Export/Import experience and increasing responsibility (licenses, agreements, compliance, and transactional activities)
    • Experience researching, interpreting and applying government regulations such as ITAR and EAR
    • Flexible, cooperative and collaborative; demonstrated ability to adapt to changing US Government and customers conditions
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Able to present recommendations to solve business challenges
    • Problem solver, able to work under time sensitive circumstances, collaboratively or independently, and take initiative to address situations before issues arise
    • Self-motivated and results oriented with ability to prioritize and make independent decision.
    • Able to manage priorities of multiple complex tasks
    • Attention to detail and follow through on assignments to achieve desired results
    • Some travel may be required
    • Ability to obtain DoD Secret Security Clearance
    • US Citizenship

    Desired Skills:

    • Experience with D-Trade, SNAP-R, OCR EASE IT systems a plus

    Required Education:

    • Bachelor’s degree

    This position requires a U.S. person or the ability to obtain an Export Authorization from the appropriate government agency for non-U.S. persons.

    U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment

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