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  • 15 Feb 2019 5:59 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: SAIC

    Click here to apply

    Address

    12010 Sunset Hills Road | Reston, VA 20190

    Email: rachel.a.hendrie@saic.com

    General Job Description

    The International Trade Compliance Associate has primary responsibility of supporting the International Trade Compliance Department (ITC). In this supporting position, the ITC Associate will work closely with SAIC’s Empowered Officials to ensure compliance with all applicable: (1) licensing and agreements activities; (2) SAIC policies and procedures; and (3) US and foreign international trade compliance legal and regulatory requirements.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Act as primary coordinator for company licensing activities, ensuring compliance with U.S. export/import laws and regulations as well as SAIC policies, instructions and manuals.
    • Coordinating closely with the ITC Empowered Officials on all export and import related matters.
    • Act as Subject Matter Expert (SME) in providing guidance to internal customers on all matters concerning export/import activities.
    • Support centralized licensing processes by reviewing, editing, submitting and providing feedback to internal customers for all U.S government licensing activities, including but not limited to U.S Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Treasury.
    • Ensure practical due diligence is conducted on international business transactions.
    • Remain current with U.S. government policies, regulations, procedures including Federal Register Notices and Export Control Reforms and assist in implementing SAIC and U.S. Government updates and changes within the company.
    • Assist in developing international trade compliance training as well as conduct required training to all identified personnel and programs including general, specific and targeted export/import compliance training.
    • Support the ITC Department in maintaining the compliance posture of SAIC such as updating/maintaining policies, instructions and manuals, related governance documents, completing internal audit and assessments and reviewing/reporting potential instances of non-compliance.
    • Support physical export/import transactions through review, edit/comment and approval of invoices, shipping documentation and AES entries, closely coordinate with internal transportation/logistics personnel on movement of equipment as well as with brokers and freight forwarders.
    • Reviewing and approving requests for employees’ foreign travel and foreign person visitor access to SAIC sites
    • Manage any potential anti-boycott requests including working with Legal and U.S. Department of Commerce on reporting requirements and resolutions.
    • Maintain regulatory required and other appropriate records and documentation in an organized an easily searchable format.
    • Respond timely to ad hoc inquiries regarding International Trade Compliance.
    • Maintain the International Trade Compliance site by ensuring information is current and relevant.
    • Manage and meet multiple goals, plans and milestones
    • Assist in other International Trade Compliance initiatives as necessary.

    Job Qualifications

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Bachelor's degree in relevant field of study or equivalent work experience.
    • Minimum 3 years’ experience in export/import regulatory compliance related roles.
    • Proven practical experience and understanding of U.S. Government Regulations to include: International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), U.S. Customers and Border Protection regulations, Office of Foreign Asset Controls, and Federal Trade Regulations.
    • Demonstrated ability to stay current of changes in Export/Import regulations and accurately interpret the same.
    • Excellent written and interpersonal skills
    • Strong leadership and strong commitment to integrity and professionalism
    • Regularly exercises independent judgment in determining the reliability of data reviewed.
    • Capability to think clearly and quickly under pressure and the composure to satisfy multiple and often competing interests.
    • Demonstrated assertiveness with internal clients an successful track record of creating compliant solutions for internal customers

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    REQUIRED SKILLS:

    • Strong analytical skills
    • Exemplary written and oral communication skills
    • Superior interpersonal skills with the ability to gain the cooperation of others
    • Must be comfortable consulting or receiving concerns with employees company-wide to ensure objectivity and timely response while operating in a confidential environment
    • Must be comfortable with training multiple audiences and attendees.
    • Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
    • Advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications

    DESIRED SKILLS:

    • Familiarity with OCR/EASE Global Trade Management tool
    • Prior empowered official experience
    • Prior experience in other compliance fields to include the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act and other anti-corruption laws and regulations.
    • Familiarity with FAR/U.S. government contracting


  • 15 Feb 2019 5:49 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: General Atomics Aeronautical Systems 

    Click here To Apply

    Email: abby.liao@ga.com

    General Job Description

    General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI), an affiliate of General Atomics, is a world leader in proven, reliable remotely piloted aircraft and tactical reconnaissance radars, as well as advanced high-resolution surveillance systems.

    We recognize and appreciate the value and contributions of individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences and welcome all qualified individuals to apply.

    General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) has an exciting opportunity for a Trade Compliance Classification Leader to join our International Trade Compliance (ITC) organization at our Poway, California location.

    Summary

    With minimal direction, this position supports our export and import classification efforts such as assignment of export controls jurisdiction, U.S. Munitions List number (USML), Export Control Classification Number (ECCN), and Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS).  The Trade Compliance Classification Leader will play a critical role in mitigating risks and costs associated with GA-ASI’s global import/export operations. The candidate will work with related GA-ASI business functions and stakeholders to drive and deliver exceptional service and compliance, ensuring strong compliance results and uninterrupted supply chain operations. You will be empowered to use your strong organizational, communications, team and interpersonal skills to work effectively with both internal and external customers.  The successful candidate will have excellent export controls subject matter expertise as well as strong experience in process improvement and project management.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    This position leads efforts at GA-ASI to assign jurisdiction and import-export classification to goods and technologies, including Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) codes, U.S. Munition List number (USML) and Export Control Classification Number (ECCN).

    • Serve as the resident expert responsible for ensuring accurate HTS, USML and ECCN classifications are assigned to GA-ASI products across multiple jurisdictions in which GA-ASI operates, as well as implementing and maintaining systems, policies, and procedures to improve classification efficiency and compliance.
    • Where necessary, work with internal GA-ASI stakeholders, including engineering, purchasing,  and manufacturing, to obtain the information required to assign accurate classifications, while maintaining organized records of such supporting information.
    • Develop classification decision rationale, heuristics and methodology for various product types to improve efficiency in classification while maintaining accuracy.
    • Assess the consistency and accuracy of legacy classifications, and support the transfer of valid data to be stored in trade software and/or SAP.
    • Assist with responses to government inquiries and/or requests, such as CF-28s, relating to HTS classifications.
    • Act as classification expert in meetings with internal stakeholders to discuss alternate sourcing options and/or design strategies that may be utilized to minimize duty spend and/or assist in landed cost analyses.
    • Identify and record applicable Partner Government Agencies (PGA) requirements based upon product classifications.
    • Train other International Trade Compliance team members and designated company personnel on classification so they may support classification efforts, where necessary.
    • Develop, implement, and maintain corporate policies and procedures relating to classification.
    • Support various trade programs and initiatives, such as duty preference programs, which derive from a product’s import-export classification. 

    Job Qualifications

    • Typically requires a Bachelors or Masters degree in Business Administration, Engineering or related field and ten or more years progressively complex experience with a Bachelors or eight or more years progressive experience with a Masters, in import/export administration.
    • Additional professional experience may be substituted in lieu of education.
    • 5+ years’ relevant HTS, USML and ECCN classification experience, preferably in the aerospace industry.
    • Strong experience in import classification, in depth understanding and command of U.S. Harmonized Tariff Schedule, GRIs, Explanatory Notes, CROSS, and preferred experience classifying products across multiple jurisdictions.
    • Strong understanding of the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR), The International Traffic inn Arms Regulations (ITAR) and relevant classifications pertaining to aerospace parts, electronics, computers, IT equipment, encryption technology, and navigational hardware, etc.
    • Ability to drive complex, cross-functional projects including setting scope, reaching consensus, execution, and presenting results.
    • Detail oriented and highly organized; ability to multi-task several projects at once.
    • Experience applying classification, country of origin, and trade preference knowledge/decisions to support import/export operations.
    • Ability to write, speak, and present effectively and persuasively.
    • Must be able to effectively communicate with diverse stakeholders to include program leadership, engineering, scientists, military personnel, etc.  
    • Must be able to work on a self-initiated basis and in a team environment, and able to work extended hours and travel as required.
    • Experience with process improvement methodologies such as Six Sigma and Lean are very desirable.
    • U.S. Citizenship required.
  • 15 Feb 2019 5:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Caliber Sales Engineering LLC

    To Apply: jgarcia@calibersales.com

    Address

    5371 North Hiatus Road
    Sunrise, FL 33351

    Reports to: VP of Operations

    General Job Description: Export Compliance Specialist for the daily activities in the area of trade compliance, licensing, and logistics/forwarding.

    Job Description:

    • Serve as primary point of contact for all export control matters; analyze and interpret U.S. Export Control Laws and regulations.
    • Research and analyze classifications of commodities under both EAR and ITAR; classify commerce and defense items under the CCL and the USML.  
    • Assemble information required for federal license submittals, certifications, and determinations; prepare, draft and submit export license applications, Commodity Jurisdiction requests, and other export compliance documents via DTrade.  
    • Participate in Export Compliance training seminars and conferences.  
    • Work with Freight Forwarders to clear incoming shipments from Customs.  
    • Work with Warehouse Logistics Manager to ensure Export shipments are made on time and all license related shipments are shipped in cull compliance and in coordination with GFF.  
    • Work with Warehouse Manager to ensure any Hazmat shipments are exported appropriately.
    • Preparation of shipping documents.  
    • Review all export documentation, Invoice, Packing List, CofC, etc., to ensure proper documentation of export classification information.  
    • Work closely with Freight Forwarders in both Import and Export of materials.

    Job Qualifications

    Job Requirements:

    • Experience in Aviation / Defense  
    • Knowledge and experience in International shipping, both Imports and Exports.  
    • Knowledge of ITAR (US State Department), EAR US Commerce Department), and Customs Regulations  
    • Minimum 2 years’ experience in classifying commodities and applying for export license.  
    • Experience in Pentagon Software Systems a plus.  
    • Superior problem-solving skills.
    • Strong and engaging interpersonal communications skills, both verbal and written.  
    • High attention to detail.  
    • Ability to multi-task and display good time management.  
    • Must be highly proficient in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, word, Excel and Power Point.  
    • Must display Cultural Sensitivity and work as a team. Our company conducts a thorough reference / background check and drug screening on all prospective employees. Employment with our organization is contingent upon successful completion of these background and drug screenings.
  • 13 Feb 2019 12:36 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: StandardAero

    General Job Description

    Responsible for compliance with trade compliance laws and regulations as established by the United States, Canada, and other countries, as applicable, for the StandardAero Components Sector. Preferred location for this position is in our Cincinnati Ohio facility, but will consider our facility in San Antonio, TX.

    Ensures the compliance of import and export of products and technical information and other related trade compliance matters.

    Supports the Legal Department and U.S. Trade Compliance function in advocating trade compliance as a business tool through education and continuous improvement.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Ensures compliance with trade compliance regulations and requirements for the StandardAero Components Sector.
    • Maintains positive working relationships and actively cooperates with internal and external customers, business partners, and applicable government agencies, to execute trade compliance best practices, procedures, work instructions, and manuals.
    • Implements the policies and procedures contained in the respective Import & Export Compliance Manuals and other internal compliance publications for the Components Sector, across multiple facilities in the U.S., Canada, Romania, and Singapore.
    • Provides support, regulatory interpretation and guidance in the following areas, to include but not limited to: Product Classification, Export Licensing and Controls, Use and Transfer of Technical Data, Import/Export Documentation, Customs Clearance, Tariff/Schedule B Classification, Sanctions and Denied Party Lists, Broker Management, Incoterms and other trade compliance related topics as requested.
    • Assists the U.S. Trade Compliance function with external and internal audits and risk assessments.
    • Assists/leads investigations in areas of non-compliance and executes on root causes and corrective actions to ensure compliance.
    • Develops and delivers compliance training as required to various groups within the company, to include senior leadership. Initiates efforts to continuously improve the trade compliance knowledge of our internal customers at all levels.
    • Ensures export and import record-keeping and reporting requirements are met.
    • Acts as a liaison with the respective trade compliance regulatory agencies, as applicable.

    Job Qualifications

    • Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
    • The typical minimum level of education to perform this job competently is equivalent to completion of a university (bachelor) program in International Business, Accounting, or Business Administration.
    • Must be willing to travel (35%) domestic and international.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    • Minimum 5 years of experience in trade compliance and an import/export environment, required
    • Experience in the defense industry and familiarity with the EAR and/or ITAR required
    • Strong oral and written communication skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to read, interpret, analyze, and assimilate regulations and technical documents.
    • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from all levels within the organization
    • Ability to multi-task in a fast pace and high-demanding environment.
  • 13 Feb 2019 12:32 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Sierra Nevada Corporation

    General Job Description

    The International Compliance Analyst supports the International Compliance Manager in issuance of export and import policies, procedures, methods, operating practices and functional performance standards to facilitate effective implementation within program objectives and requirements for Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), to include the requirements contained in the Arms Export Control Act, Export Administration Act, International Emergency Economic Powers, US Customs regulations and certain foreign customs regulations.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Producing export and import documentation as required to support SNC exports and imports
    • Maintaining positive working relationships with U.S. Customs and Border Protection and other relevant U.S. and international government regulatory agencies
    • Assisting with Freight Forwarder and Broker (FF&B) selection, coordination, and compliance in support of SNC international activity
    • Ensuring maintenance of all required export and import records in accordance with regulatory requirements
    • Supporting the investigation of compliance incidences, and providing recommended corrective actions to further SNC’s international trade compliance objectives
    • Conducting training and internal assessments to ensure implementation and effectiveness of internal controls
    • Generating performance metrics for export and import processes
    • Participating in various process improvement projects as required
    • Classifying products for import and export using the (a) Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) according to General Rules of Interpretation (GRI’s), (b) Binding Rulings, (c) Explanatory Notes, (d) Informed Compliance Publications, (e) Reasonable Care Guides, (f) Schedule B, (g) Export Administration Regulations (EAR), (h) International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and (i) other established regulatory guidelines
    • Responding to inquiries from Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarder inquiries regarding HTS and Schedule B classification, ECCN classifications, USML classifications, documentation requirements, and other import and export regulations to ensure timely clearance

    ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

    • Punctuality to work each day and prepared to work scheduled work hours
    • Perform other work-related duties as assigned. COMPLIANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Responsible for thoughtful adherence to all SNC Policies, Procedures, and Compliance regulations (internal and external) ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    • Minimum physical requirements to perform all duties and responsibilities, as defined by management SNC job descriptions are meant as summarizations only. They do not necessarily reflect all duties and responsibilities of a position

    Job Qualifications

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

    • BA/BS in Related Field preferred. Relevant work experience may substitute for required education.
    • 3+ years of related experience.
    • Classification of products within export regulations experience
  • 13 Feb 2019 12:29 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Sierra Nevada Corporation

    General Job Description

    The International Compliance Analyst supports the International Compliance Manager in issuance of export and import policies, procedures, methods, operating practices and functional performance standards to facilitate effective implementation within program objectives and requirements for Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), to include the requirements contained in the Arms Export Control Act, Export Administration Act, International Emergency Economic Powers, US Customs regulations and certain foreign customs regulations.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Classify products for import and export using (a) the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) according to General Rules of Interpretation (GRI’s), (b) Binding Rulings, (c) Explanatory Notes, (d) Informed Compliance Publications, (e) Reasonable Care Guides, (f) Schedule B, (g) Export Administration Regulations (EAR), (h) International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and (i) other established regulatory information
    • Research, report, and implement, international trade data in order to ensure global import, export and supply chain security compliance
    • Assist with training and providing project-specific expertise to our internal customers
    •  Assist the International Trade Compliance Manager in preparing responses to Customs requests and notices in a timely fashion (CF28’s, CF29’s)  
    • Respond to inquiries from Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders regarding HTS and Schedule B classification, ECCN classifications, documentation requirements, or other import and export regulations to ensure timely clearance
    • Correspond with foreign vendors and Purchasing, to obtain documentation and information necessary for supply chain security and timely customs clearance of import and export transactions
    • Maintain and file import, export, and supply chain security compliance records in accordance with governmental regulations
    • Audit import and export documentation for accuracy and compliance; reconcile discrepancies; and assist in the preparation of prior disclosures, voluntary tenders, protests, or post entry adjustments (PEA)
    • Maintain and distribute performance reports to provide awareness and measure effectiveness of import, export, and supply chain security compliance programs
    • Assist in developing and maintaining policies procedures and instructions manual to assure compliance with import and export laws, regulations, administrative practices, and supply chain security
    • Assist in identifying new procedures and methods to expedite the import and export of shipments, deliveries to the customers, and cost savings plans, for the efficient and compliant operation of the International Trade Compliance Department ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
    • Punctuality to work each day and prepared to work scheduled work hours
    • Perform other work-related duties as assigned 
    COMPLIANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Responsible for thoughtful adherence to all SNC Policies, Procedures, and Compliance regulations (internal and external) ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    • Minimum physical requirements to perform all duties and responsibilities, as defined by management SNC job descriptions are meant as summarizations only. They do not necessarily reflect all duties and responsibilities of a position

    Job Qualifications

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

    • Requires a BA/BS in Related Field. Relevant work experience may substitute for required education
    • 6+ years of related experience
    • Classification of products within export regulations experience
    • A DoD Interim Secret Security clearance must be obtained prior to starting employment with SNC
  • 13 Feb 2019 12:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Collins Aerospace

    General Job Description

    The Senior Analyst, International Trade Compliance (ITC) will provide site level ITC support for the overall ITC compliance program at the Westford, MA site within the Airborne segment of the Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) & Space Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU). Incumbent’s responsibilities will generally focus the following:

    • Prepare and manage export authorizations, including ITAR licenses, agreements and exemptions
    • Provide day-to-day transactional support related to shipments, foreign visitors, and international travel
    • Support the safeguarding of technical data and hardware through use of technology management tools and file transfers
    • Interact with Customs Brokers and/or Freight Forwarders to ensure that export documentation, AES filings, and other Import activities are properly executed
    • Support ITC investigations and disclosures and timely completion of related corrective actions
    • Perform regular audits of export authorizations and AES filings
    • Interface with internal/external customers to ensure compliance with import/export regulations and Collins policies and procedures

    Job Qualifications

    Education/Certification: B.S/B.A. is highly preferred with 4-7 years of experience within ITC (ITAR & EAR) arena. AS/AA – candidate must have 8+12 years of experience within ITC (ITAR & EAR) arena.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    • Candidate must have experience in ITAR licenses, agreements and exemptions.
    • Candidate must have experience in EAR licenses and exceptions
    • Experience in supporting related shipment, foreign visitors & international travel.
    • Knowledge of safeguarding technical data
    • AES Filings are properly executed as required.
    • Strong internal and external customer service is required.
    • Effective written and verbal communication skills is required.
    • The ability to manage competing priorities and meet multiple goals, plans and milestones is required.
    • Demonstrated understanding and working knowledge of U.S. import/export regulations is required.
    • Experience working in a global, matrixed organization preferred
    • ACE Associate preferred (Collins specific) / Continuous Improvement
    • SAP/GTS experience preferred
    • Candidate must be a US Person (US Citizen or Green Card)
  • 13 Feb 2019 12:24 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Lockheed Martin Corporation | Click here to apply 

    General Job Description

    Within the Lockheed Martin Corporate International Trade Compliance Office, this position is for an experienced, career export/import compliance professional with at least 5 years professional export licensing and compliance experience and understanding of U.S. export laws, regulations and policies. Supports the Global Trade Compliance (GTC) Director in all activities relating to (GTC) required for the import and export of goods and services at Lockheed Martin’s U.S. and non-U.S. entities. Supports non-U.S. Lockheed Martin entities in developing and implementing compliance programs, facilitating compliance with U.S. and non-U.S. export and import laws and regulations. Collaborates with U.S. business area export license requestors to establish licensing and compliance requirements and develop licensing strategies. Maintains compliance with USG and non-U.S. regulations governing the shipment, receipt and documentation of imported and exported products. Incumbent develops and conducts U.S. and non-U.S. import/export compliance training and supports compliance actions for export/import investigations/disclosures and self-assessment activities.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Participates remotely with U.S. and non-U.S. business ITC personnel in the development of export licensing strategies. Provides guidance to business area ITC personnel on U.S. and non-U.S. export/import licensing requirements, applicability of exemptions, and potential non-U.S. licensing issues. Reviews draft export license applications and provides guidance to ensure consistency with U.S. regulations, non-U.S. trade regulations and corporate policy. Acts as liaison between U.S. and non-U.S. ITC personnel and business area program team to identify requirements to support non-U.S. export/import licensing and/or Customs procedures. Coordinates with Departments of State, Commerce and Defense, arranges and attends meetings as required to resolve export licensing, policy and regulatory issues. Participates in technical meetings concerning proposed international business and defense sales. May develop and provide training on the implementation of U.S. and non-U.S. export/import laws and regulations associated with an export/import internal control plan. Assists the VP, Corporate International Trade Compliance; Director, Global Trade Compliance; and Director, Export Operations, as required, to support the Corporation’s Global Trade Compliance program.

    Job Qualifications

    Basic Qualifications: Strong knowledge of U.S. export laws, regulations and government export license development and management processes, especially relating to direct commercial sales of defense articles and services. Strong communications skills: requires an articulate, detail-oriented individual with excellent interpersonal skills (verbal communication, telephone manners, e-mail etiquette) and the ability to work independently and collaboratively in groups, including with remote, non-U.S. ITC teams and customers, with some manager direction, oversight, and guidance. Ability to research, interpret and apply complex U.S. and non-U.S. government export/import regulations. Must be organized and have the ability to multi-task and discern priorities. Attention to detail is a must. Proficiency in use of Microsoft Office products. Ability to travel internationally is required.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    Desired Skills: Knowledge and understanding of non-U.S. export and import control laws and regulations. Knowledge and understanding of public speaking, group presentations, compliance procedure development, implementation and training. Compliance audits, international contracts, technical or engineering experience.

    Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Join us at Lockheed Martin, where your mission is ours. Our customers tackle the hardest missions. Those that demand extraordinary amounts of courage, resilience and precision. They’re dangerous. Critical. Sometimes they even provide an opportunity to change the world and save lives. Those are the missions we care about. As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin’s vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers’ toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.

  • 13 Feb 2019 12:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Lockheed Martin Corporation | Click here to apply

    General Job Description

    The future incumbent will part of a team responsible for ensuring that the world’s largest defense contractor is compliant with USG export/import regulations. This position is for an experienced export licensing professional, with an in-depth understanding of USG export laws, regulations and licensing processes under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and Export Administration Regulations. As a member of the Lockheed Martin Corporate International Trade Compliance Office, serves within the Corporate Legal Department of the Lockheed Martin corporate headquarters organization. Requires an articulate, detail-oriented individual with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently and collaboratively in groups, including with remote clients, with little manager direction, oversight, and guidance.

    Duties include serving as a backup to others in a cooperative teamwork environment. Competitive candidates are experienced career professionals with at least 10 years professional experience, and at least 4 years export licensing experience with extensive experience and understanding of USG export laws, regulations and licensing review process.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Incumbent participates remotely with business units in the development of export licensing strategies.
    • Provides guidance to business unit export personnel on export licensing requirements, applicability of exemptions, and potential policy issues associated with international defense business.
    • Uses considerable knowledge, experience, and ingenuity to provide project leadership with regard to business unit export strategies.
    • Reviews draft export license applications and provides guidance to ensure consistency with US regulations, policies and guidelines.
    • Acts as a liaison between business unit program and export licensing personnel and U.S. Government license reviewers.
    • Maintains frequent contact with USG personnel and internal business unit clients.
    • Coordinates with Departments of State, Commerce and Defense, arranges and attends meetings as required to resolve export licensing, policy and regulatory issues.
    • Communicates with a wide range of USG and business unit personnel, including at the senior level when required, to resolve complex and significant matters.
    • Plays a key role in technical meetings concerning proposed international business and defense sales.
    • Provides training on the interpretation and implementation of U.S. export laws and regulations.
    • Generates ideas to improve international trade compliance policies and procedures, and leads functional teams to carry out those improvements.
    • Assists and supports the Director, Export Operations, as required, to implement the Corporation’s international trade compliance program.

    Job Qualifications

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Experienced export licensing professional with excellent written and verbal communications skills.
    • In-depth knowledge, understanding and experience interpreting and applying U.S. export regulations and licensing guidelines.
    • Ability to multi-task and discern priorities.
    • Must be able to effectively interface with all levels of employees, from corporate executives to junior level staff.
    • Competent IT user skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite).

    Desired Skills:

    • Familiarity with export controls relating to foreign military sales; Engineering, or operational military experience with defense articles.
    • Analytical skills working with database reports in Microsoft Excel.

    Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Join us at Lockheed Martin, where your mission is ours. Our customers tackle the hardest missions. Those that demand extraordinary amounts of courage, resilience and precision. They’re dangerous. Critical. Sometimes they even provide an opportunity to change the world and save lives. Those are the missions we care about. As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin’s vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers’ toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    At least 10 years professional experience. At least 4 years export licensing experience with extensive experience and understanding of USG export laws, regulations and licensing review process.

  • 13 Feb 2019 12:14 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Arconic

    General Job Description

    Global Manager, Trade Compliance Standards & Training will report to and work closely with the Corporate Director, Global Trade Compliance, serving on the Global Trade Lead Team in a leadership capacity, providing regulatory support on a wide variety of trade issues and other matters, supporting a number of the Company’s business units and resource units as a liaison for all trade processes and related technology implementation, trade training and internal trade reviews. The role is expected to ensure the Trade Compliance standards are effectively incorporated and operational in all locations.


    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Develop and maintain a complete Corporate Global Trade training program including the review and valuation of trade professional and company awareness training determine appropriate training content, objectives and design. Focuses effort on import/export compliance across all lines of business for all policies, regulations, processes and system changes, coordinating with Global Directors Import and Export Compliance to ensure regional consistency
    • Provide training of “best practices” qualifications including Arconic Global Trade Compliance Standards in meeting Customs and other government regulations and programs
    • Demonstrate leadership in activities including the development, delivery and evaluation of pilot training. Establish and draft trade training business cases
    • Follow processes for identifying training content and evaluating training effectiveness, including the use of specialized software technology to research, configure, maintain, update and develop new and existing media and materials
    • Provide data to support complete proposal development activities
    • Act as the regional lead on website design to include creation and maintenance of a team website with dashboard for access by internal stakeholders to gauge metrics, review import transactions, research and or ask questions – modify mailbox connection
    • Maintain a trade talk program, to include scheduling of topics, speakers
    • Support global sites in internal ASAT assessments, developing training programs to reduce risk and address compliance issues across sites and regions. Interact with more senior level compliance counterparts in various countries to present relevant reporting on performance measures and business operations
    • Implement and enhance processes, policies and technical solutions aligned with the global trade strategy and business objectives, working with the GTLT other internal groups as necessary to define requirements, while fostering broader understanding of requirements across the teams and stakeholders
    • Track compliance against metrics to track success of implemented process solutions and provide reports to larger organization
    • Maintain knowledge of current import and export regulations and pending legislation; plan and implement internal programs and policies as required to address risks and respond to changes
    • Oversee and manage implementation of the company's trade technologies.

    Job Qualifications

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
    • Minimum of 8 years global trade compliance experience working for a multinational manufacturing company
    • Minimum of 8 years working with a global team
    • Minimum 5 years supervisory experience Preferred Qualifications:
    • Master’s degree from an accredited institution
    • Familiarity with REACH, RoHS, TSCA, DG, ISPM15, DOT and other environmental safety import/OGA requirements beneficial
    • Participation in Supply Chain Security Programs such as C-TPAT, AEO, OEA, Conflict Minerals
    • Ideally Multi-lingual
    • Experience implementing trade technologies in prior positions such as DPS, GTM
    • Solid knowledge of US import control regulation and experience with North American and EU trade regulations, external audits and customs authorities
    • Solid knowledge of US export control regulations including BIS, EAR, ITAR, OFAC
    • Solid knowledge of customs valuation, import and export classification methodologies, origin, and export licensing determination
    • Demonstrated experience executing and managing multiple TPA’s and/or FTAs
    • Proven track record of implementing scalable compliance solutions (systems, procedures, and processes) in a highly regulated environment
    • Demonstrated ability to translate and frame regulatory requirements into relevant operational instructions
    • Strong knowledge of DPS programs and related software screen solutions, and other types of export control requirement such as sanctions diligence of OFAC/EU 50, end use/end user, and antiboycott
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    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    • Success in this role requires the Global Manager, Trade Compliance Standards and Training to consistently demonstrate the following competencies:
    • Has excellent, analytical, writing, editing and oral advocacy skills
    • Is an energetic, motivated, self-starter
    • Demonstrates, advocates and promotes Arconic’s Values and policies, compliance and Trade Compliance Department practices
    • Quickly becomes familiar with Arconic’s business structure and the strategic initiatives of the business units associated with his or her area of practice
    • Ability to integrate effective compliance requirements with ongoing business process so as not to negatively impact project performance On a sustained, measured basis, demonstrates: Personal commitment and accountability for timely completion of projects, with minimal monitoring or supervision
    • The ability to work well under time and budget pressures and constraints
    • The ability to work in a rapidly changing, no frills, results-oriented culture
    • Continued learning from active involvement on projects, assignments and day-to-day work
    • An active interest in his/her continued professional development through the solicitation and participation in formal and informal learning activities, such as continuous trade education, participation on committees and/or the pursuit of assignments involving the opportunity to work with various Trade Leads with different businesses and/or on new work content
    • A practical problem-solving approach
    • The ability to draft in a manner that is clear, precise and appropriately detailed for the audience and intended purpose
    • The ability to provide clear direction to the client regarding trade advice, regulatory requirements and Company policies and procedures
    • The ability to advocate with the appropriate degree of confidence and create consensus
    • The ability to effectively communicate, collaborate and interact with a diverse group of clients, peers, support staff and team members
    • The ability to effectively perform both as an individual contributor and as a member of a team
    • The desire to ‘solve the problem’ and ‘add value’ with an understanding of how an assignment fits into a larger transaction, strategy or initiative
    • The judgment to determine when to solicit the perspectives, experiences and expertise of others to ensure and check understanding and minimize mistakes
    • Professionalism, including the management of confidential information
    • The development of effective working relationships within Arconic’s Trade and Legal Department and contacts within resource units and/or business unit
    • The ability to travel on behalf of the Company



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