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  • 02 May 2019 12:17 PM | Anonymous

    Company: Nouryon

    Address: 5 Radnor Corporate Center
    100 Matsonford Rd, Suite 550
    Radnor, IL 19087

    Company/Job URL

    Job Title: Global Trade Compliance Manager

    Reports to:: Chief Compliance Officer

    General Job Description: The Global Trade Compliance Manager is responsible for the execution of Nouryon’s ongoing Global Trade Compliance (GTC) Program in compliance with export and import laws and regulations in all countries where Nouryon operates.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide leadership for global trade compliance that supports global business objectives and satisfies international legal requirements both imports and exports.
    • Provides advice and guidance to senior leadership and company personnel on the application of government import and export regulations for the countries in which Nouryon operates (U.S., EU, Brazil, China, etc).
    • Responsible for the current in place trade compliance staff and establishing a future state compliance structure / network across the regions.
    • Serve as the company’s primary liaison with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Bureau of Industry and Security, and other applicable government agencies relative to import and export control.
    • Partner with corporate functions such as Finance, Tax, Research & Development, Operations and all Nouryon sites to ensure that personnel in all functions understand Import / Export compliance as it relates to their work. Specifically, ensures the integration of necessary GTC work activities into other functions' work streams to deliver compliance reliability and coordinates supply chain risk assessment and mitigation strategies.
    • Coordinate with business units to ensure compliance with local, regional and global trade compliance requirements.
    • Support internal and external audit commitments including assessments, requests for information, process enhancements, and corrective actions.
    • Support M&A due diligence.
    • Responsible for leading the development of and ensuring adequate training is provided to all internal and external stakeholders on relevant international regulations.
    • Provide guidance with regard to content origin for all preferential treatment, domestic content, and Free Trade Agreement programs and regularly review and validate HTS classifications, duty drawback opportunities, and trade program eligibility.
    • Act as the primary internal interface for regulatory changes that affect trade compliance; Set appropriate company import and export policies and disseminate this information to appropriate functions within the organization.
    • Perform other duties assigned as needed.

    Job Qualifications:

    • BA/BS Degree required.
    • 10+ years of experience working in and establishing import/export compliance systems with international responsibilities.
    • Must qualify as a “U.S. Person” as defined in the ITAR and EAR.
    • Expert understanding of U.S. trade regulations (ITAR, EAR, OFACE, etc.).
    • Strong understanding of LATAM, APAC, and EU regulations.
    • Experience working with international customs and export control laws highly preferred.
    • Demonstrated experience developing and delivering trade compliance training to international stakeholders.
    • Ability to travel up to 20%, domestically and internationally, as required.
  • 29 Apr 2019 9:49 PM | Anonymous

    Company: Aviall/Boeing

    Address: 2750 Regent Blvd
    Dallas, TX 75261

    Company Website

    Job Title: Regulatory and Compliance Specialist IV - 12813 DEO/LO

    General Job Description: Support our defense and commercial business partners by working closely with them to determine an authorization strategy for their programs.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Assessing business and contractual arrangements for licensing requirements.
    Meeting with and updating the business on authorization strategies.
    Compiling transactional information to complete a license application.
    Understand and apply exemptions/exceptions as needed.

    Job Qualifications: 4 year degree
    Export certification
    3+ years licensing in aerospace and defense
    Previous DEO or LO experience

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics: Computer skills
    MS Office: Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Webex
    SAP, GTS
    Ability to work in a face paced and dynamic environment.
    Ability to run meetings and presentations.

  • 26 Apr 2019 5:24 PM | Anonymous

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    Braidy Industries is a visionary and innovative team leading a generational shift in materials science. Join an energetic team that is driving a national transformation in the use of efficient, eco-friendly alloys that are lighter and strong than current materials.

    The Director, Global Trade Compliance reports to the Chief Operating Officer and the position will be located in Framingham, MA. The Director, Global Trade Compliance will lead corporate trade compliance strategy and develop, implement and maintain policies, procedures and training. The incumbent will provide compliance and execution support across the company to ensure Braidy Industries and its subsidiaries adhere to all applicable laws, regulations and guidance in regard to global import/export activity. Responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining global policies and assisting with local or regional procedures. Will liaise with Corporate Counsel and Compliance when necessary. Manages, creates and delivers training related to Trade Compliance. Acts as company advisory providing subject matter expertise and support.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide regulatory interpretation and guidance in the following areas: Anti-Boycott/Restrictive Trade Practices, Export Control Classification, Export Licensing, Reexports, Licensing Exceptions, Compliance Programs, Compliance Training, Export Documentation, Recordkeeping, Third Party Due Diligence, Restricted Parties, Sanctions, Brokering, and Controlled Activities/Items. 
    • Develop, train, implement and conduct compliance reviews of Braidy Industries’ Import and Export Compliance Programs.
    • Provide periodic reports to leadership on performance measures and business operations to include recommended changes to programs, policies and training.
    • Plan and coordinate import/export activities, including the flow of traffic to/from foreign destinations, related customer service, brokerage and customs transactions. 
    • Function as Braidy Industries’ designated Empowered Official in accordance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
    • Proactively collaborate and partner with program managers, internal functions and senior leadership to define licensing requirements and prepare timely export authorization applications as well as proviso reconsiderations in compliance with the ITAR and EAR. 
    • Track compliance against metrics to track success of implemented process solutions.
    • Monitor Braidy Industries’ Import and Export Compliance Programs and advise senior leaders of possible violations and recommend corrective actions.
    • 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.
    • Implement and enhance processes, policies and technical solutions aligned with the global trade strategy and business objectives, defining requirements, while fostering broader understanding of requirements.
    • Ensure global trade records are maintained in accordance with government document retention requirements.
    • Provide guidance on Automated Export system (AES) filings to ensure filings are accurate and errors are resolved.
    • Provide process support and quality control oversight of in-house export and import classifications.
    • Provide guidance to staff regarding compliance with export regulations governing technology.
    • Develop and maintain Braidy Industries’ Global Trade training initial and continuing education programs focusing on compliance and risk reduction.
    • Conduct periodic reviews and valuation of trade professionals and company awareness training, determining the appropriate training content, objectives and design.
    • 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.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Be a “U.S. person” pursuant to section 120.15 of the ITAR.
    • BS/MS preferred
    • Thorough knowledge of export controls regulations including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR”), the Export Administration Regulations (“EAR”), Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) regulations.
    • Ability to research complex theories of law in trade compliance and outline possible solutions, recommend courses of action, including risks and benefits.
    • Strong analytical and organizational skills. The ability to anticipate problems. The ability and desire to design and implement systems to make the company stronger and more efficient.
    • Experience designing, implementing and auditing export control policies and programs.
    • 8 years’ global trade compliance experience working for a manufacturing company (Multinational Preferred).
    • 8 years’ working with a global team.
    • 5 years’ supervisory and contract management experience. 
    • Strong knowledge of customs valuation import and export classification methodologies, origin, and export licensing determination.
    • 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.
    • Energetic, motivated, self-starter.
    • 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.
    • Intellectual interest in 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.
  • 19 Apr 2019 2:04 PM | Anonymous

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    General Job Description

    Bigger challenges. Bolder ideas. Global impact. At Viasat, we’re on a mission to deliver connections with the capacity to change the world. We’re the company behind the world’s fastest satellite internet service, with technology that’s helping to bridge the digital divide and improve life for our customers around the globe. By providing powerful new ways for people to connect with one another, gain greater access to education, entertainment, medical research, commerce, and much more, our team is empowering millions of customers worldwide.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    We’re growing rapidly and looking for passionate, innovative professionals to join our team and connect the world to more. You’ll work in a collaborative and inclusive environment that values diverse perspectives and continuous learning, and provides industry-leading benefits with unmatched opportunities for career growth. Our team is fearless in pursuit of new ideas and uncompromising in our quest to become the world’s first truly global Internet Service Provider. Interested in joining our mission? Take a look at career opportunities at Viasat today.

    Job Qualifications

    • Interpret International Trade Regulations and apply them as necessary 
    • Provide guidance and requirements to Viasat personnel concerning international trade regulations Ensure proper use of export authorizations (licenses/agreements, exemptions, exceptions, etc.) 
    • Determine and document classification designation for parts, equipment, and technology
    • Complete required record keeping
    • Maintains knowledge of and stays current on regulatory changes
    • Review contracts for global trade requirements
    • Solid understanding of required documentation such as commercial invoices, shipper’s letters of instructions (SLI), carnets, and EEI filings

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    • 5+ years’ experience in regulatory trade compliance 
    • Strong proficiency in International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR) Proficient in OFAC Regulations and Foreign Trade Regulations Proficient in product classification both domestic and international to include EAR, ITAR, HTS, Schedule B 
    • Experience with D-TRADE, SNAP-R, ACE, and GTM systems 
    • Experience with non-US trade regulations Ability to work independently and in teams 
    • Demonstrates ability to manage time by consistently completing tasks by deadline 
    • Critical thinking and excellent problem solving and analytical skills 
    • Effective written and oral communication 
    • Strong attention to detail and completion of responsibilities with a high level of accuracy 
    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience 
    • U.S. Citizenship Required
  • 19 Apr 2019 1:57 PM | Anonymous

    General Job Description

    OBXtek has won the 5-year Staffing and Technical Acquisition Services Support (STAQSS) prime contract for the Headquarters Air Force. This opening is for a Scientific Analyst, Senior, position which will support the Munitions Export License Application (MELA) office which manages Air Force acquisition munitions export applications and applicable regulatory information to facilitate/support reviews and recommendations on the control of critical technology. The person shall support the entire spectrum of acquisition and sustainment efforts as necessary to support the respective Government organizations.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Analyzing and assessing proposed direct commercial sales exports or re-transfers to prevent international transfer of U.S. military technology when such transfer is not in the best interests of the United States. 
    • Proposed exports may include hardware, technical data, technical assistance agreements, manufacturing license agreements, and foreign person employee licenses. 
    • Analyzing commodity jurisdiction (CJ) requests submitted by U.S. industry and U.S. government to determine the appropriate regulatory jurisdiction and proper U.S. Munitions List (USML) or Commerce Control List categorization for a commodity or service. 
    • Analyzing and assessing the effect of unauthorized exports of hardware, technical data, and defense services on U.S. national security. 
    • Maintaining and applying current knowledge of U.S. Government export regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 CFR Parts 120-130) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) (15 CFR Parts 730-774). 
    • Researching and applying U.S. Air Force foreign disclosure policy, and maintaining knowledge of existing policies. 
    • Researching precedent cases (licenses, CJs, etc.) and evaluating the applicability of those precedents to cases currently under consideration. 
    • Interfacing with various Air Force personnel and support contractors (including acquisition program offices, research laboratories and foreign disclosure officials) to provide awareness of license requests, CJs, and disclosures; and to solicit and incorporate their feedback into recommendations to Headquarters. 
    • Drafting clear, concise, and accurate written summaries of each case, highlighting the relevant background information and the recommended course of action, with appropriate justification for the recommendation. 
    • Collaborating with team members to refine draft positions. 
    • Complying with security requirements to ensure protection of sensitive, proprietary and/or classified information. 
    • Any other tasks closely associated with the performance of duties list above and as coordinated with the COR.

    Job Qualifications

    Active Secret Clearance.

    Master's degree in Science, Engineering, or relevant technical discipline. We can substitute years’ experience for education. 

    Let us assess your resume. 10 years' experience working defense acquisitions or interpreting & implementing federal export regulations.

    Strong writing and analysis capabilities.

  • 01 Apr 2019 11:02 AM | Anonymous

    Harris Corporation

    To Apply


    7821 Orion Avenue | Van Nuys, CA 91406 | (818) 901-2452

    Reports to:

    Trade Compliance Manager

    General Job Description

    Harris Corporation is a leading technology innovator, solving customers' toughest mission-critical challenges by providing solutions that connect, inform and protect. Harris supports government and commercial customers in more than 100 countries and has approximately $6 billion in annual revenue.

    The Electronic Systems Segment is seeking a qualified candidate to join the Harris Trade Compliance team as a Trade Compliance Senior Specialist. 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:

    • 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 Systems Empowered Official.
    • Drafting voluntary self-disclosures as needed.

    Business travel required: 10%

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or Engineering, 6+ 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.

    Preferred Additional Skills:

    • Proficiency in OCR export administration and licensing software.
    • Knowledgeable in Radar technology.
    • 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.
  • 01 Apr 2019 10:48 AM | Anonymous


    To Apply:

    Work Phone: 703.448.4400

    Reports to: PRESIDENT & CEO

    General Job Description

    Manage the company-wide global trade compliance function.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Provide regulatory interpretation and guidance in the following areas: Anti-boycott/Restrictive Trade Practices, Export Control Classification, Export Licensing, Compliance training, Export Documentation, Recordkeeping, Third Party Due Diligence, Brokering, FCPA.
    • Work collaboratively with leadership in all functional and business areas to ensure compliance with process, procedures and requirements.
    • Educate all departments in interpreting and complying with regulations by providing company-wide training.
    • Maintain up to date knowledge of policies, regulations, national and international guidelines and industry standards.
    • Reduce risk.
    • Coordinate and participate in internal and or agency inspections/audits as required and respond to applicable requests.
    • Prepare, review and submit State Department (DDTC) and Commerce Department (BIS) license applications. Draft, review and maintain Technical Assistance Agreements and Manufacturing License Agreements.
    • Determine applicability of ITAR exemptions or EAR exceptions.
    • Serves as liaison with local, state, federal and international government agencies. Communicate with government agency representatives for guidance, interpretations and follow up on open cases.
    • Travel as may be required.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Job Qualifications

    • At least two years in a supervisory or managerial role required.
    • Experience in aerospace.
    • Bachelor’s degree required.
    • Minimum 5 years of strong experience in international trade compliance and supply chain.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics

    • Must be a “U.S. person” pursuant to section 120.15 of the ITAR.
    • Thorough knowledge of export controls regulations including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR”), the Export Administration Regulations (“EAR”), Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) regulations.
    • Ability to research complex theories of law in trade compliance and outline possible solutions, recommend courses of action, including risks and benefits.
    • Proficiency with DTrade, SNAP-R, and common office software. Experience with a variety of platforms. The ability to learn new software and systems.
    • Experience designing, implementing and auditing export control policies and programs.
    • Experience in designing and presenting training seminars.
    • The ability to work both independently and collaboratively.
    • Well-developed written and oral communications skills.
    • The ability to interact effectively with many different communications styles and operational styles.
    • Persistence and flexibility in problem-solving and investigations.
    • Strong analytical and organizational skills. The ability to anticipate problems. The ability and desire to design and implement systems to make the company stronger and more efficient.
    • Must have regular and continuing education in the export controls area, such as regular review of relevant periodicals and attendance at seminars and conferences.
    • 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.
  • 25 Mar 2019 5:30 PM | Anonymous
    Do you love helping customers solve their problems? Do you relish leading cross-functional teams in a dynamic, high-achieving workplace? Do you freak out about electronics and software gadgets? If so, then we want you on our team!

    Who We Are:

    Korry Electronics has been a trusted name in human-machine interface (HMI) solutions for 80 years. We created the first lighted cockpit controls for the developing military and commercial aircraft industry. The Korry product team continues this tradition as it develops the crew station of the future, providing state-of-the-art switches, cockpit controls, high-performance displays, and night-vision filters. We are passionate about what we do. Join the Korry team and find out why this is such a great place to spend your career!

    What You Will Do:

    As our Trade Compliance Manager is you will be responsible for a subsidiary’s export and import compliance programs and hold subsidiary policy authority for trade compliance. You’ll review and approving export/import license or permit applications, advise the general manager and senior staff about trade compliance issues, provide trade compliance oversight, and work with all departments to be sure they have implemented effective compliance internal controls into their procedures and work instructions.

    • Use your independent authority to inquire into any aspect of a proposed export or import, verify its legality and the accuracy of the information, and stop any subsidiary transaction.
    • Advise the general manager and senior staff about trade compliance aspects and the risks of proposed business decisions
    • Provide trade compliance training
    • Analyze and interpret export and import regulations and maintain up to date knowledge of any changes
    • Review trade compliance internal controls (procedures, work instructions, forms, checklists, and tools) with department managers to make sure they are current and compliant
    • Work pro-actively with departments to prevent trade disruptions
    • Oversee trade compliance administrators and/or specialists on a dotted line basis
    • Monitor compliance activities and the effectiveness of our internal controls
    • Prepare, review, approve, and submit applications for export/import licenses, permits, and other requests for authorization
    • Prepare, review and approve technology control plans, and provide technology transfer oversight (including visits and travel)
    • Analyze transactions for which due diligence indicates a potential risk, and determine whether due diligence has been completely satisfied
    • Analyze contracts and identify any trade compliance issues
    • Produce and analyze reports from various ERP/MRP and other information systems
    • Transact records in trade compliance information systems
    • Oversee calculations for preferential treatment under Free Trade Agreements
    • Prepare and verify export shipping documentation for ad-hoc and other non-routine shipments
    • Oversee relationships with freight forwarders and customs brokers

    What You Must Have:

    • Bachelor’s degree in business, law, engineering, or a related areaAt least seven years of business experience
    • At least five years of experience in the Aerospace & Defense sector
    • At least five years of experience with export and/or import regulatory compliance
    • Experience using Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) or Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP) information systems
    • Experience with international business transactions and shipping documents
    • Experience with trade compliance information systems
    • Familiarity with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR) including anti-boycott regulations, sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), Customs Regulations (CR), and the Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR)]
    • Strong computer skills including the ability to research transactions and prepare reports in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) or Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP) information systems, perform spreadsheet calculations, and quickly learn new software tools
    • Project leadership skills
    • Ability to work at both detail and strategic levels, work calmly under pressure and with frequent interruptions, and display sound judgment
    • Ability to prepare or revise procedures, work instructions, forms, and business flowcharts
    • Ability to prepare and review complex business documents
    • Thoroughly familiar with international shipping documents such as commercial invoice, packing list, air waybill, and export license; including consignee information, INCOTERMS, harmonized tariff code and nomenclature, country of origin, customs value, export classification, and license data

    Where We Work:

    Our 216,000 square foot facility is located in Everett, Washington. Everett is a great place to live and work - just 30 miles north of Seattle, this thriving community is an aerospace hub. The city, and nearby cities of Mukilteo and Snohomish, offer excellent public schools, fabulous parks, beaches and marinas, and safe streets. You can dip your toes in salt water and ski down a mountain all in the same day. Nature is truly right outside your door.

    Why You Should Apply:
    Korry employees enjoy a great medical/dental/vision plan
    We offer a pension AND a 401(K) match. Yep, you read that right!
    Our onsite gym offers individual and group fitness activities
    Freely collaborative environment
    Work with long tenured subject matter experts. Many of our employees have worked here for over 20 years
    We believe in work/life balance. No trade-offs here, you can build great career while you enjoy a wonderful personal life

    Next Steps:

    Apply Today! | Company

  • 20 Mar 2019 3:21 PM | Anonymous

    Company: L3 Technologies

    Address: 10001 Jack Finney Blvd. | Greenville, TX 75402

    Company/Job URL

    Work Phone: 903-454-5792

    Job Title: Import/Export Administrator 2

    Reports to:: Import Export Team

    General Job Description: The Import/ Export Administrator reports to the Director, International Business Compliance and will support multiple U.S. Government, foreign government and commercial programs within L3, ensuring that the Division meets regulatory, corporate and division export and import compliance requirements while achieving business goals, with an emphasis on export licensing and agreements and compliance review of export transactions.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide advice and guidance concerning the requirements and obligations of exporting under the International Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). 
    • Determine the jurisdiction and classification of both Import/Export items, technical data and related services and obtaining Commodity Jurisdictions and processing Commodity Classification Requests as needed. 
    • Assist with the development of licensing strategies for the international marketing, sales, support, offshore procurement and manufacturing of defense articles and Commerce-controlled items. Will support Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and Direct Commercial Sales (DCS) programs. 
    • Ensure that all requirements are met prior to the use of an Exemption under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or Exception under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), to include recordkeeping and reporting. 
    • Work with business development to strategize plans for trade shows/demonstrations and required licenses and carnets. 
    • Prepare license applications, Technical Assistance Agreements, Manufacturing License Agreements and other requests for approval to the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Commerce. 
    • Brief program staff on license/agreements provisos/limitations and scope 
    • Assist with compliance audits and assessments 
    • Provide guidance to site functional teams regarding visitor management, technology marking, technology transmission methods, reporting and other administrative requirements for export compliance 
    • Review supplier classifications and document internal concurrence or re-classification for export. 
    • Develop and retain audit trails to support the classification assigned and update classification database system. 
    • Respond to daily classification inquiries from customers, vendors, government agencies, customs brokers, and others. 
    • Support the monitoring, maintenance, and retention of records and documentation for export shipments in accordance with local regulations and L3’s internal policy 
    • Provide guidance to supply chain management on controlled import/export transactions when requested.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Requires a Bachelors Degree with Masters preferred. Preferred in business or related degree.
    • Must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD security clearance which requires U.S. citizenship.
    • Minimum of three (3) years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 
    • Must have experience with import/export operations

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Must have experience with import/export operations
    • Must have good organizational skills, as well as, good verbal and written communication skills. 
    • Requires keen attention to detail, with the ability to learn and comprehend highly detailed laws and regulations 
    • Must be able to travel as necessary. (Up to 10% travel). 
    • Demonstrated ability to read, comprehend, interpret and follow complicated written and verbal instructions, interpret regulations, and the ability to communicate both orally and in writing at a professional level. 
    • Perform duties with minimum supervision, and participate in cross-functional projects as scheduled. 
    • Prefer working experience in regulatory environment (ITAR and EAR) in the aerospace/defense industry.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, OCR EASE, and Visual Compliance.
  • 08 Mar 2019 1:35 PM | Anonymous

    Company: IOMAX USA INC

    Address: 133 RIVER PARK ROAD | MOORESVILLE, NC 28117


    General Job Description: The Compliance Licensing Officer (CLO)facilitates IOMAX business by managing end-to-end licensing efforts compliant with the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Primary actions consist of initiating, implementing and maintaining IOMAX trade licensing respective to Department of State (DoS) - Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), Department of Commerce (DoC) - Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), Department of Defense – Foreign Military Sales, and Department of the Treasury (TREAS) - Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations. The CLO has primary responsibility for regulatory trade licensing, agreement and amendment authoring, submission, tracking, execution, continuity, and archiving through record expiration. The CLO functions as a corporate Subject Matter Expert (SME) regarding the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in regard to applications for, and management of, Technical Assistance Agreements (TAAs), Manufacturing License Agreements (MLAs), Warehouse Distribution Agreements (WDAs), and trade licensing. The CLO must monitor case status of all current, existing and maturing trade licensing to ensure corporate regulatory compliance. The CLO works as required cross-functionally to determine licensing requirements, approval timelines and remediation. The CLO interacts internally with Business Development (BD), Program Management, Engineering, Aviation Operations, Production, Corporate Support Operations, Supply Chain Management and Executive Offices for data extraction requirements to author, finalize, submit, execute, monitor and close trade licensing. The CLO must provide expert insight respective to successful achievement of licensing approvals per business strategies.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Author, submit, monitor and manage all IOMAX licensing and permits relative to international trade.
    • Maintain policies and procedures for Compliance Program.
    • Assist with due diligence screening and risk analysis, as required. 
    • Assist with onboarding training for new employees / independent contractors, as well as remedial training for personnel, as required.
    • Conduct periodic audits as necessary. Outsource resources when required. 
    • Assist in the investigation of incidents to review, resolve and disclose as necessary.
    • Secondary briefing responsibility for customer visits, Business Development (BD) functions, customer compliance training and Program Management Office (PMO).
    • May require direct supervision of Compliance department personnel.
    • Other responsibilities may be assigned.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Must be a U.S. lawful and permanent resident per 22 CFR 120.15 and 8 USC 1101(a)(20) and 8 USC 1324b(a)(3) to maintain Empowered Official status per 22 CFR 120.25.
    • A bachelor's degree and at least 3 -5 years of experience, or military experience, or the equivalent combination thereof.
    • Knowledge of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), FCPA, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and U.S Customs regulations; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), a plus.

    INVESTIGATION REQUIREMENT: Applicants must be willing to be subjected to a background investigation to determine suitability for employment at IOMAX. Continued employment is contingent upon favorable adjudication of periodic reinvestigations.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Proven experience with Direct Commercial Sale (DCS) licensing actions, end-to-end.
    • Excellent oral/written communication skills.
    • Exposure to multiple U.S. cross-regulatory international traffic regimes.
    • Intermediate PC knowledge in Excel, SharePoint, PowerPoint and Microsoft® Office.
    • Independent and objective, with a strong ability to stay organized and reach solutions under demanding circumstances.
    • Requires excellent research, reasoning, organization, team building and social skills. 
    • High proficiency in interpreting the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the FCPA and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) obligations. 
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