• 15 Aug 2017 9:57 AM | Anonymous

    Company: Raytheon Company


    Job Title: Export License and Compliance Manager

    General Job Description: This position can be either an Export License and Compliance Manager I (G10) or Export License and Compliance Manager II (G11) role based on the successful candidate's education and experience.

    Raytheon’s Global Trade organization in the Office of General Counsel is seeking a Licensing Manager. Reporting to the Senior Licensing Manager (Rosslyn, VA) this position supports the Global Trade Licensing office and is responsible for providing guidance to Raytheon Business Unit Global Trade Licensing offices in connection with all facets of export/import licensing to include ITAR, EAR, Agreements, Licenses, Exemptions and exceptions, Guidelines, Congressional Notification, Part 130, Dual/Third Country Nationals, Sublicensing, Valuation, Post approval Documentation, DTrade, etc.

    This position occupies an advisory role representing one of Raytheon’s business units and involves the proper structuring and drafting of export agreements and licenses. As such, the ideal candidate will have experience in drafting, advising with respect to, and obtaining agreements and licenses for the sale or provision of controlled hardware, technical data, and services.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Generation, review, and management of ITAR and BIS licenses, TAAs and MLAs 
    • Strategic and tactical export advice to businesses 
    • Conduct briefings and technical meetings 
    • Attends meetings as required with USG personnel to socialize upcoming license submissions and to resolve export licensing issues.  
    • Reviews draft export license applications and provides guidance to ensure consistency with internal policies, procedures, templates, and USG regulations.  
    • Assist with technology release issues associated with licenses or agreements 
    • The implementation of Export-Import tools and testing processes designed to monitor operational health 
    • Assists and supports the development, implementation, enhancement and maintenance of the GT policies, Guidelines and Templates. 
    • Serves as a liaison between business unit program and export licensing personnel and U.S. Government license reviewers.  
    • Duties include serving as a backup to other GT Licensing Managers as needed.  

    Job Qualifications:
    Minimum of 8 years of relative experience (Contracts, Supply Chain, Export Licensing, Compliance or Legal experience) 

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Excellent leadership skills and ability to provide advice and consultation on Export-Import Licensing and Compliance matters 
    • Must be able to obtain national security clearance 
    • Ability to travel domestically and internationally, as needed 
    • Computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft Office products, Export-Import and Global Trade tools and programs including D-Trade, SNAP-R, and OCR Ease.  

    This position will be located in Rosslyn, Virginia. 

    Desired Skills:

    • Previous experience working in the defense industry 
    • Currently or previously designated an EO 
    • Proven success working with Government Agencies (DDTC, DTSA, Commerce/BIS) 
    • US Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment.
    • Preferred knowledge of CBP and ATF 
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills and the ability to learn quickly, work independently with minimal supervision, manage and prioritize multiple tasks and lead intermediate projects and investigations in a team environment. 
    • Demonstrated ability to engage business leaders to drive cross-functional implementation of new procedural solutions and work instructions in a timely and efficient manner.
    • Demonstrated business acumen 
    • Proactive, well organized temperament with ability to effectively manage volume and prioritize accordingly 

    Required Education:
    BS or BA degree in relevant field such as international business, law, criminal justice, engineering or other related area

  • 11 Aug 2017 12:05 PM | Anonymous

    Company: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    Job Title: Export Compliance Advisor III


    Do you excel in an environment that values exploration and discovery? We have a universe of opportunities waiting for you!

    The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is NASA's lead center for robotic exploration of the solar system. Our core competency is the end-to-end implementation of unprecedented robotic space missions to study Earth, the Solar System, and the Universe.

    JPL, located in Pasadena, California, has a casual, campus-like environment situated on 177 acres in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains and offers a work environment unlike any other: we inspire passion, foster innovation, build collaboration, and reward excellence.

    We are proud to be part of NASA and Caltech, as we explore the universe and make history through new discoveries.

    We aim to do things never done before and to go places few can go. We dare mighty things...do you?

    JPL's Import/Export Control Office (I/ECO) supports NASA's mission at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) by ensuring that the release of Scientific and Technical Information (STI) complies with the laws and regulations of the U.S. government. I/ECO is also the executive liaison between JPL/Caltech and the U.S. government export regulatory agencies.

    Serving as a contributing member of this team, you will:

    • Work collaboratively with I/ECO and program/project/task personnel to ensure JPL compliance with U.S. import and export laws by preparing Technical Assistance Agreements (TAAs), license and exemption requests, and any related correspondence.
    • Prepare, submit, negotiate and assist in the implementation of Export Compliance Management Plans (ECMPs), Technology Transfer Control Plans (TTCPs) and Technology Control Plans (TCPs).
    • Prepare the Import/Export Control Considerations sections of proposals and task plans.
    • Assist in the preparation of Commodity Jurisdiction requests.
    • Process foreign visitor requests and foreign person access requests to IT resources.
    • Participate in the resolution of legal and regulatory questions regarding import and export requirements and procedures.
    • Maintain auditable records of all documents pertaining to import and export.
    • Perform document reviews for publication of technical information and for limited release of technical information to foreign persons.
    • Assist in the development and use of import/export control training materials
    • Attend a minimum of two export conferences annually to maintain professional competencies.
    • Assist in the continuous improvement of JPL import/export processes, procedures and work products.

    This position typically requires a Bachelor's degree in international relations, international studies, business, law, the sciences or engineering with typically a minimum of 6 years of related experience; a Master's degree in these disciplines with typically a minimum of 4 years of related experience; or a PhD in these disciplines with typically a minimum of 2 years of related experience.

    NOTE: Successful candidates must be a U.S. Person and have an active secret clearance or the ability to obtain one.

    Other requirements include:

    • Extensive understanding and wide-ranging application in one or more of the following areas: International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and applicable industry practices and standards in import/export compliance.
    • Advanced knowledge of applicable industry and/or academic practices and standards related to U.S. Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) and Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) licensing, and licensing forms, guidelines and procedures, including experience in preparing, submitting and administering license applications; experience in the preparation of complex Commodity Jurisdiction requests to DDTC or BIS; understanding of the Harmonized Tariff Schedules of the United States (HTSUS); experience in classifying items on the United States Munitions List (USML) and the Commerce Control List (CCL).
    • Demonstrated ability to clearly communicate both orally and in writing.
    • Proficiency in personal computer applications and software (including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
    • Ability to interface effectively with colleagues, functional partners, industry partners, and other NASA centers.
    • Ability to work independently or in a team environment.
    • Ability to take the initiative to bring assigned tasks to a successful completion with minimal supervision.
    • Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines.
    • Detail-orientation with the demonstrated organizational skills to multi-task and handle many assignments concurrently.
    • Willingness to learn new skills.

    Desired qualifications include:

    • Advanced knowledge of applicable JPL policies and procedures, NASA policies and procedures, and government regulations.
    • Previous work experience in a medium to large organization with multiple projects and interfaces with import/export licensing authorities.
    • Prior import/export compliance experience is highly desired.

    Caltech/JPL is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and affirmative action employer. It is the policy of Caltech/JPL to provide equal employment opportunities, actively recruit, and include for employment consideration all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.

    Discipline Description:  Import/Export Compliance
    Scheduled Hours:  40
    Hiring Organization:  1640 - IMPORT/EXPORT CONTROL OFFICE
    Education:  Bachelor's
    Travel:  10%
    Clearance Options:  Secret
    Clearance Status:  Able to Obtain
    Job Locations:  US-CA-Pasadena
    Category:  Engineering Support
    Career Level:  Level 3
    Relocation Eligibility:  Yes
    Minimum Years of Experience:  6
    Work Authorization:  U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident


  • 10 Aug 2017 1:36 PM | Anonymous

    Company: FLIR Systems, Inc


    Job Title: Director, Global Customs Compliance

    Job Description Summary:
    Responsible for planning, implementing and managing all aspects of the company’s global Customs compliance program within FLIR’s Global Trade Compliance function. Ensures that the company maintains full compliance with the U.S. Customs laws and regulations, and the Customs laws and regulations of all countries in which FLIR operates. Provides daily guidance, supervision and training to import compliance analysts on a wide range of import compliance issues. Analyzes complex business issues and provides compliance advice to key business stakeholders around the world. This position reports to the Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Global Trade Compliance & Regulatory Affairs, within FLIR’s corporate Legal Department.


    • Develops and implements company policies and procedures designed to achieve full compliance with global Customs laws and regulations, including for tariff classification, valuation, reconciliation, Free Trade Agreements, assists, anti-dumping, special import programs, import documentation requirements, and support to business teams in determining country of origin master data.
    • Manages multiple country tariff classification program within SAP GTS; responsible for data management and timely updates to reflect tariff changes.
    • Acts as principal company interface to U.S. Customs and Border Protection and other Government agencies on matters related to import operations and compliance.
    • Provides compliance leadership, guidance, daily oversight and training to a GTC team of import compliance analysts and operations personnel at FLIR locations within the U.S. and Europe; ensures proper submission and reporting of entry data to Customs.
    • Works closely with export licensing staff and business segments owners to manage temporary import/export license and authorizations and associated carnets.
    • Drives cross-functional projects to integrate Customs/import compliance requirements and processes to global business activities and operations.
    • Provides strategic advice and guidance to senior management and business segments on changes to Customs/import compliance regulations and policy.
    • Establishes and maintains documented Customs compliance requirements and procedures for the company’s Customs brokers and freight forwarders; manages third party providers to established compliance metrics.
    • Other responsibilities may be assigned.
    • Job Qualifications: REQUIREMENTS:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, International Relations/Business or associated discipline; MBA or J.D. preferred.
    • Requires minimum of 10 – 12 years of experience in a global company managing a complex Customs compliance program, preferably related to high tech/instruments.
    • Requires through knowledge of the Harmonized Tariff System and the ability to classify correctly across the tariff; requires ability to quickly acquire a technical understanding of FLIR’s product lines and parts/components; requires ability to understand and manage complex valuation scenarios to Customs requirements.
    • Requires expertise in Customs regulatory requirements and demonstrated success in implementing and maintain a global program, including policies, procedures and training.
    • Requires solid working knowledge of ITAR and EAR requirements related to import/export of controlled products, including use of DSP-73s, exemptions, License exceptions and other authorizations.
    • Requires prior experience managing Customs brokers and freight forwarders to a documented compliance program.
    • Requires prior management experience, preferably managing multiple remotely-based teams.
    • Requires attention to detail, solid analytical/problem solving skills and experience in advising global business operations on Customs compliance.
    • Requires demonstrated success in working with U.S. CBP and other Government agencies on a wide range of regulatory and technical issues related to Customs, and the ability to develop and maintain strong professional working relationships with Government agencies and officials and with industry counterparts.
    • Requires ability to navigate and work cross-functionally in a global, matrixed organization.
    • Must possess excellent written/oral communications and presentation skills and sound business judgment.
    • Language capabilities and experience working outside the U.S. are a plus.
    • Extensive travel may be required.
    • Proficiency working in a Windows based environment, including Word and Excel; experience working with SAP Global Trade (GTS) module is a plus.

    LOCATION: Billerica, MA or Wilsonville, OR; other FLIR locations may be considered for qualified candidates.

  • 10 Aug 2017 1:30 PM | Anonymous

    Company: FLIR Systems, Inc


    Job Title: Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Compliance

    General Job Description: The Sr. Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Compliance, will have management and oversight responsibility for the Company’s global trade compliance program and processes, and will provide legal advice on a wide range of export controls and sanctions matters. This position requires experience with and expertise in global export/import laws, regulations, licensing, and sanctions programs, and the application of these laws and regulations to a wide range of activities within a global business. The Sr. Corporate Counsel must be adept at providing timely and proactive advice to global business operations and will collaborate cross-functionally on implementation of compliance requirements. The ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both in writing and orally, is a key requirement for this position.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Advise senior management and business segments on a wide range of complex legal and business issues related to global export control and import laws and regulations, primarily pertaining to dual-use and military thermal imaging products and technologies.
    • Act as company point of contact for Government agency representatives of regarding subpoenas, requests for information, disclosures, commodity jurisdiction/classification requests, requests for advisory opinions and other similar matters.
    • Work directly with internal and external legal counsel in complex investigations, providing both subject matter expertise and internal leadership for the company to ensure timely completion of investigations and disclosures.
    • Responsible for the development of disclosures and reports required to report compliance errors to various government agencies in the U.S. and other countries.
    • Manage trade compliance audit program and oversee completion of post-audit corrective actions and process improvements.
    • Manage team of global trade compliance professionals with responsibility for investigations, disclosures, training, and other compliance program elements.
    • Assist in trade compliance due diligence and integration efforts related to mergers and acquisitions.
    • Other duties may be assigned.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Requires 12+ years of prior export control -related experience and expertise in EAR, ITAR, OFAC, EU Trade Regulations, global sanctions programs, and U.S. and EU Customs compliance requirements.
    • Requires ability to interact appropriately with executive staff, segment management, senior business development managers, sales operations and other staff at all levels in multiple global locations.
    • Requires ability to independently research and analyze legal and regulatory issues and provide clear guidance to internal clients regarding potential legal risks. Candidate must possess business acumen, including a well-developed understanding of commerce and a creative approach to risk management that includes development of alternative paths and solutions.
    • Must be a highly-motivated self-starter with the skills and temperament to function effectively and efficiently in a highly-regulated and dynamic environment.
    • Must be able to multi-task and to delegate effectively; requires efficiency in managing outside counsel and internal resources.
    • Prior experience managing export control issues related to ITAR Category XII and Control List category 6 is highly desired.
    • Excellent organization, communication and presentation skills required.
    • JD required; language skills a plus.
    • Extensive travel (U.S. and international) may be required.

    LOCATION: Washington, D.C.; Billerica, MA; or Wilsonville, OR; other FLIR locations may be considered for qualified candidates.

  • 09 Aug 2017 3:21 PM | Anonymous

    Company: Carpenter Technology Corporation
    Address: 101 West Bern Street
    Reading, PA 19610


    Job Title: Sr. Specialist - International Trade Compliance

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Support development and implementation of policies to ensure compliance and standard import / export process execution. Collaborate with the Manager of International Trade Compliance to develop, promote, and maintain policies compliant with import and export laws and regulations. Ensure that processes and procedures meet requirements established in the Corporate Export Compliance Manual & Policy.
    • Standardize processes across businesses. Serve as process expert and provide process training.
    • Ensure that the importing, exporting, and supply chain security activities comply with governmental laws and regulations including: EAR, ITAR, AES, 10+2, TAA, NAFTA, and ECCN.
    • Support integration and standardization of international trade procedures so as to minimize regulatory risk.
    • Prepare NAFTA certificates and other export documents and track and audit usage.
    • Determine the classification of imports using the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) according to the general rules of interpretation (GRI), and all other established Customs information.
    • Respond to inquiries related to HTS and ECCN classifications, documentation requirements and other regulations to ensure timely clearance of imports and exports.
    • Communicate and regularly update import and export controls and procedures within the organization.
    • Provide assistance and training to achieve international compliance and communicate the most up-to-date regulations.
    • Act as Carpenter’s representative with international freight carriers and forwarders to provide the best overall service at the lowest cost.
    • Utilize knowledge of international freight rates and services to determine most efficient freight route.
    • Work with purchasing to import and export machinery and supplies.
    • Provide direction to on-site international logistics staff including on-site provider.
    • Approve and reconcile all international freight invoices.
    • Act as a lead person to solve international problems and provide long term systemic solutions.
    • Provide monthly international spend reports to freight manager including freight invoice and other pertinent cost information.
    • Perform all other duties and special projects as assigned.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Minimum four-year college degree or demonstrated equivalent experience as determined by department management.
    • Experience in SAP and compliance related systems is a plus.
    • Five years’ experience; at this level an individual is required to lead project management, the work requires a great degree of evaluation, creativity, and judgment and is performed under minimal supervision.
    • Good communication skills are required. Includes written, verbal, and ability to give presentation to superiors.
    • Must have the ability to influence logistics staff and present new processes and techniques in a convincing manner.
    • Demonstrated listening skills.
    • Ability to write SOP, PowerPoint presentations, and training documents.
    • Strong negotiation skills with freight carriers, freight forwarders, and others within the international logistics process.

  • 09 Aug 2017 1:00 PM | Anonymous

    Company: FLIR Systems, Inc


    Job Title:  Senior Director, Dual Use Licensing


    • Develops and implements company policies and procedures designed to achieve full compliance with the EAR, sanctions programs, and other applicable export controls on a global basis; establishes licensing and compliance metrics and reports periodically to senior executive staff.
    • Acts as principal company interface to the U.S. Department of Commerce and other Government agencies on dual-use licensing and other aspects of export control, regulations and policy.
    • Provides compliance leadership, guidance, daily oversight and training to a GTC team of export licensing and compliance analysts and operations personnel at FLIR locations within the U.S. and Europe; manages licensing teams in multiple remote locations; ensures proper submission, use and administration of dual-use licenses, exceptions, general licenses, global permits and other authorizations.
    • Manages dual-use classification program and collaborates with Product Development and Marketing teams on compliance requirements for new products.
    • Drives cross-functional projects to integrate compliance requirements and processes to global business activities and operations.
    • Works closely with Business Development, Sales Operations, Customer Service, Marketing, Manufacturing and other business functions to ensure that timely and comprehensive authorizations are in place to support dual-use product related trade and related activities on a global basis.
    • Provides strategic advice and guidance to business segments on dual-use export regulations and policy.
    • Other responsibilities may be assigned.


    • Bachelor’s degree in International Relations/Business or associated discipline; J.D. preferred.
    • Requires minimum of 10 – 12 years of experience in a global company managing a dual-use licensing and compliance program, preferably related to sensors and thermal imaging cameras, or comparable experience in the public sector.
    • Requires through knowledge of all aspects of the EAR and dual-use laws and regulations, including commodity jurisdiction and classification; licensing and exceptions; customer and transaction screening; reporting and recordkeeping; and other EAR, sanctions and non-U.S. export control requirements.
    • Requires prior management experience, preferably managing multiple remotely-based teams.
    • Requires attention to detail, solid analytical/problem solving skills and experience in advising global business operations on EAR compliance and other complex regulatory and compliance requirements.
    • Requires demonstrated success in working with U.S. and other Government agencies on a wide range of regulatory and technical issues, and the ability to develop and maintain strong professional working relationships with Government agencies and officials and with industry counterparts.
    • Requires ability to navigate and work cross-functionally in a global, matrixed organization.
    • Must possess excellent written/oral communications and presentation skills and sound business judgment.
    • Language capabilities and experience working outside the U.S. are a plus.
    • Extensive travel may be required.
    • Proficiency working in a Windows based environment, including Word and Excel; experience with OCR system and SAP Global Trade (GTS) module is a plus.

    LOCATION: Washington, D.C. or Wilsonville, OR; other FLIR locations may be considered for qualified candidates.

  • 02 Aug 2017 8:47 AM | Anonymous

    Company:  Esterline Technologies Corporation

    TO APPLY: Manager, Investigations & Disclosures

    Job Title: Manager, Investigations & Disclosures

    General Job Description: The Manager, Investigations & Disclosures, will conduct internal investigations and prepare and draft voluntary disclosures for submission to government agencies as required under the international trade regulations of the U.S. and other countries. This position is also responsible for maintaining records and data for his/her matters to permit effective tracking of the team’s caseload and progress to plan.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Undertake and independently investigate possible violations of international trade compliance regulations or policies and procedures.
    • Develop and execute a strategic investigative plan to tight deadlines, involve multiple stakeholders, and collect and analyze various records and potentially a large volume of data.
    • Identify and advise on key compliance issues, define the proper scope of the review, conduct thorough and precise investigations that determine true root causes, and develop strong corrective actions.
    • Draft well written, comprehensive, and concise voluntary disclosures and reports to disclose compliance errors to various government agencies in the U.S. and other countries.
    • Collaborate with business, stakeholders, and within Trade Compliance organization regarding investigations and associated action items.
    • Maintain investigation files, including correspondence, records, and submissions, as well as update the Compliance Case Management System.
    • Communicate and partner with the corrective action team for follow-up and verification of remediation activities.
    • Maintain the highest ethical standards, even when challenged from above.
    • Understand and live by Esterline's ethics and business conduct policies.
    • Ability to engage in frequent travel in the U.S. and less frequent travel outside of the U.S.

    Education/Previous Experience Requirements:

    • Bachelor's Degree required; Master's degree or J.D. highly desirable.
    • Minimum of 5 years in a global corporate environment, preferably within the Aerospace & Defense sector. Alternatively, 5 years in government enforcement experience relating to international trade.
    • Preferred U.S. export compliance and U.S. Federal Contracting experience.
    • Computer skills must include Microsoft Project and Office products; experience with OCR EASE a plus.

    To comply with U.S. export laws and regulations, Esterline operations in the U.S. may only employ "U.S. Persons" as defined by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).


    • Working knowledge of U.S. export and import regulations, including ITAR, EAR, and OFAC.
    • Experience leading independent investigations is preferred.
    • Must have strong writing, speaking, and presentation skills and provide writing samples.
    • Ability to work in highly dynamic, sometimes ambiguous environments with multiple competing priorities and under stringent deadlines.
    • Must have strong project leadership experience and ability to work with global, multi-cultural teams.
    • Fluency in English is required, French or Spanish is helpful.
    • Willing to travel, including some international travel.

  • 28 Jul 2017 1:54 PM | Anonymous

    Company: Baylor University

    TO APPLY:  http://www.Click2Apply.net/583wq5znrkxwbs2c

    Job Title: Manager or Director of Export Compliance

    Position Summary:  Baylor University is seeking an experienced Manager or Director of Export Compliance. This crucial individual contributor role helps the university responsibly engage global partners and collaborators. This position may be filled at either the Manager or Director level, depending on education and experience.

    This role provides training and guidance to faculty and staff concerning export controls issues, including sponsored programs, research, physical and technology exports, international travel and shipping, and cross-departmental communications. Additionally, this position is responsible for drafting policies, procedures, training materials, and on-line resources, in addition to serving as the “Empowered Official” for matters subject to International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).

    The right person for this role will be inspired by Baylor's vision for being a premier Christian Research University and will be motivated to contribute in ways that continue to build infrastructure to support these efforts. This role is for someone who is a self-starter, with energy and enthusiasm for collaboration and continuous improvement.

    The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes and experience:

    • United States' citizen or lawful US permanent resident due to possibility of accessing ITAR-controlled items
    • Have a nuanced understanding of a research university environment
    • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Must be extremely relational and able to work with a diverse range of individuals, agencies, departments, and groups

    A Master's Degree in International Business, Research Administration, or Science, four years of relevant work experience, and a Christian faith are required. A Doctoral Degree and eight years of relevant work experience are preferred.

    To Apply
    View the full position description: Manager of Export Compliance. Please submit an on-line application at https://jobs.baylor.edu along with a cover letter and resume.

    The Baylor Experience
    Working at Baylor is so much more than simply having a job! As part of the Baylor family, employees not only receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical and dental insurance, generous time off, and fantastic automatic retirement contributions*, they also get to experience Baylor.

    • Experience the culture of working for an institution consistently ranked as a “Great College to Work For” by The Chronicle of Higher Education
    • Experience a mission driven organization based on a strong Christian commitment (baylor.edu.about)
    • Experience Baylor academics with outstanding tuition remission for staff and qualified dependents*
    • Experience our beautiful campus with access to libraries, museums, and recreational facilities such as our fitness center, athletic courts, an indoor swimming pool, and the Baylor marina to name a few
    • Experience our great dining facilities and enjoy an employee discount
    • Experience Baylor athletics with reduced admission or free access to athletic events
    • Experience Baylor through many more wonderful events and programs that take place on campus each year

    *For more details and eligibility requirements, please visit http://www.baylor.edu/hr

    About Baylor
    Baylor University is a private Christian university and a nationally ranked research institution, consistently listed with highest honors among The Chronicle of Higher Education's “Great Colleges to Work For.” Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas through the efforts of Baptist pioneers, Baylor is the oldest continuously operating university in Texas. The university provides a vibrant campus community for over 16,000 students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty commitment to teaching and scholarship. Baylor is actively recruiting staff who support our mission as we pursue our bold vision, Pro Futuris.

    Baylor University is a private not-for-profit university affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, Baylor is committed to compliance with all applicable anti-discrimination laws, including those regarding age, race, color, sex, national origin, marital status, pregnancy status, military service, genetic information, and disability. As a religious educational institution, Baylor is lawfully permitted to consider an applicant's religion among its selection criteria. Baylor encourages women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities to apply.


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