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  • 21 Jun 2017 7:55 AM | Anonymous

    Name: Michael Clemence
    Company: General Dynamics Land Systems
    Address: 38500 Mound Road
    Sterling Heights, MI 48310
    Email: mailto:clemence@gdls.com

    Job Title: Site Lead / Compliance Officer


    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Lead and provide operational oversight for the site specific trade compliance department, ensuring compliance with applicable import/export and domestic trade laws and regulations, including, but not limited to:

    • Arms Export Control Act and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations
    • Export Administration Act and the Export Administration Regulations
    • Gun Control Act, National Firearms Act, Organized Crime Control Act and the implementing regulations of the US Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
    • National Security Act, National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) and the implementing regulations of the US Department of Defense, Defense Security Service
    • Oversee the implementation of policy/requirements by the organization (arrangements, procedures, systems, etc.)
    • Interpret and explain Compliance requirements and regulations, and assist in resolving issues
    • Provide guidance and clarifications and suggest alternative courses of action
    • Chair site specific Trade Compliance Council
    • Develop and oversee implementation of Trade Compliance training and assist with training for international operations, including those in Australia, Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom
    • Monitor overall Trade Compliance activities:
    • Develop and maintain TCM procedures and processes
    • Review functional area procedures and processes to ensure alignment with organizational Trade Compliance requirements
    • Oversee formal and informal audits and conduct internal reviews
    • Investigate reports of possible non-compliances and facilitate the development and implementation of corrective action(s)
    • Develop any associated Voluntary Disclosures
    • Develop and implement technology control plans and security plans
    • Address issues
    • Lead and execute key projects related to Trade Compliance
    • Fulfill the role of Empowered Official for GDLS

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Must be a U.S. Citizen and able to travel internationally if required.
    • Expert knowledge of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations(ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive Regulations (BATFE). Working knowledge of other laws and regulations governing international trade is desired.
    • Candidates should possess at a minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant discipline. Candidates that possess solid and/or comprehensive experience in the areas of ITAR, EAR, BATFE or an equivalent combination of experience and a graduate degree may be considered with less overall years of experience.
    • Must be able to effectively communicate with individuals at various levels throughout the organization both written and verbally.
    • Proficient computer skills including all MS applications.
    • Must be a self-starter capable of working independently as well as in a team environment.
    • Must be able to multi-task and plan, prioritize, organize and control heavy workloads in a fast paced environment.
    • Strong inter-personal and problem solving skills a necessity.



  • 21 Jun 2017 7:52 AM | Anonymous

    Name: Michael Clemence
    Company: General Dynamics Land Systems
    Address: 38500 Mound Road
    Sterling Heights, MI 48310
    Email: mailto:clemence@gdls.com


    Job Title: Licensing Officer

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  Ensure compliance to applicable import/export laws and regulations, including, but not limited to:

    • Arms Export Control Act and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations
    • Export Administration Act and the Export Administration Regulations
    • the implementing regulations of the US Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
    • Interpret and explain licensing requirements, and assist in resolving issues:
    • Provide guidance and clarifications and suggest alternative courses of action
    • Develop import/export authorization strategies
    • Oversee the development and processing of import/export authorizations:
    • Implementation of licensing strategy
    • Identification and development of applications
    • Review of applications to ensure they meet business objectives
    • Preparation of general correspondences (retransfer requests, advisory opinions, proviso reconsiderations, etc.)
    • Execute key projects related to Trade Compliance, to include amending authorizations pursuant to Export Control Reform
    • Fulfill the role of Empowered Official for GDLS

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Must be a U.S. Citizen and able to travel internationally if required.
    • Expert knowledge of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations(ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive Regulations (BATFE). Working knowledge of other laws and regulations governing international trade is desired.
    • Candidates should possess at a minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant discipline. Candidates that possess solid and/or comprehensive experience in the areas of ITAR, EAR, BATFE or an equivalent combination of experience and a graduate degree may be considered with less overall years of experience.
    • Must be able to effectively communicate with individuals at various levels throughout the organization both written and verbally.
    • Proficient computer skills including all MS applications.
    • Must be a self-starter capable of working independently as well as in a team environment.
    • Must be able to multi-task and plan, prioritize, organize and control heavy workloads in a fast paced environment.
    • Strong inter-personal and problem solving skills a necessity.
  • 20 Jun 2017 8:33 PM | Anonymous

    Company: FusionStorm
    Address: 39660 Eureka Drive
    Newark, CA 94560

    Job Title: Director, Global Trade

    TO APPLY: https://careers-fusionstorm.icims.com/jobs/2160/director%252c-global-trade/job

    General Job Description: We have an immediate opportunity for a Director of Global Trade in the Bay Area. The ideal candidate must have at least 10 years of international trade experience with a strong expertise in regulations, policies, and laws affecting foreign trade, including those related to technology, dangerous goods, currency, environmental concerns, taxes and security. This position will be at the Integration Center in Newark, California but will travel to the headquarters office located in San Francisco at least two (2) times per week.

    The Director, Global Trade, ensures that fusionstorm and its subsidiaries ship and receive product in adherence with all laws and regulations throughout the globe. This person oversees all aspects of the Company’s global trade initiatives. This person also supports the sales efforts with foreign trade while balancing compliance risks. This position will work closely with peers to ensure our global logistics process is consistently in line with our core values.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Manages the company’s trade compliance program, which includes export/import classifications, licensing determinations, conduct denied party screenings and sanctions programs, identifying deemed exports and more.
    • Ensures that all shipments conform to U.S. Governmental and foreign regulations.
    • Oversees the review and approval of all commercial invoices, license applications, and any other paperwork required for international shipments.
    • Develops and manages global trade compliance procedures to assure proper alignment of the logistics processes to meet fusionstorm’s business objectives.
    • Oversees the classification, usage and reporting of Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) control list numbers, tariff codes (HTSUS), and Country of Origin information.
    • Interfaces with other business functions to ensure documentation is accurate and maintained.
    • Assists in the development of any reporting or documentation needed for compliance purposes (Country of Origin certificates, Free Trade Agreements, HTSUS codes, ECCN classifications).
    • Oversees filing of applicable reports with U.S. Government (Automated Commerce Environment (ACE)/Automated Export System (AES), et. al) and foreign jurisdictions.
    • Oversees the required record retention of documents to ensure recordkeeping and reporting requirements are maintained in accordance with the U.S. regulations and are also in a manner whereby audits are completed quickly and without material issues.
    • Monitors the conduct of business activities for adherence to import/export procedures throughout the business lifecycle, including early-stage review of new products and classification/characterization of commodities through final delivery to customer.
    • Identifies and analyzes causes of international and domestic compliance issues and gaps and generate recommendations to management.
    • Liaise with Sales and Engineering department to structure global transactions to ensure adherence with U.S. import/export laws and regulations, as well as laws/regulations of foreign jurisdictions.
    • Responds in a timely manner to questions from Sales and Engineering departments related to international transactions.
    • Advises fusionstorm clients on proper import/export structuring for complicated international transactions.
    • Trains business functions with regards to U. S. import/export regulations, as well as international logistics and processes.
    • Collaborates with the Legal Department to ensure that transactions are appropriately described in contracts.
    • Works with freight forwarders, customs brokers, regulatory agents, attorneys and trade compliance consultants to assist fusionstorm in maintaining trade compliance
    • Conducts internal periodic assessments of company’s activities in the context of import/export compliance.
    • Monitors, measures, and reports on adherence to regulations and procedures in the conduct of import/export.
    • Acts as change catalyst and drives global change and global process improvement.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's or Master's degree in foreign trade or a related field
    • 10+ years of international trade experience
    • Licensed U.S. Customs Broker is a plus, but not necessary
    • Lawyer a plus, but not necessary

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • Expertise in the regulations, policies, and laws affecting foreign trade, including those related to technology, dangerous goods, currency, environmental concerns, taxes and security, among other issues.
    • Exceptional knowledge of international trade regulations and their effect on business processes.
    • Detailed knowledge concerning Incoterms 2010.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Analytical and detail-oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Ability to interface professionally with all levels and functions of the organization, as well as customers.
    • Exceptional customer service skills.
    • Ability to apply judgment and discretion.
    • Ability to work under minimal supervision.
    • Legally eligible to work in the United States


  • 19 Jun 2017 6:44 AM | Anonymous

    Name: Priom Patel

    Company: Avaya
    Santa Clara, CA 07920
    Phone:  908-953-2129
    Email: mailto:mitra10@avaya.com


    TO APPLY: mailto:mitra10@avaya.com

    Job Title: Senior Trade Compliance Manager -Import/Export Manager

    General Job Description:  The successful candidate will report to the Director of Global Trade Compliance and provide support specific to the Americas region including but not limited to; United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Caribbean and Central American territories regarding import and export requirements within the region.

    The candidate will provide consultative support; evaluate import/export requirements; conduct periodic assessments of import and export processes and systems; assist with the development of compliance guidelines and participate in the roll-out and training on compliance improvement measures.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Support global and regional compliance requirements in maintaining continuity with corporate trade compliance direction. Coordinate with Trade Compliance personnel on other governmental agency matters such as customs, country of origin, markings, denied party screening, embargoed countries, anti-boycott compliance, in-country transfer authorizations, and practices related to Foreign Trade Agreements as well as specific in country import/export requirements
    • Serve as subject matter expert and work with business units to ensure import and export activities are effectively managed to meet all Latin American countries and other foreign government import and export rules and regulations
    • Act as internal consultant with all regional sites, business units, internal and external customers for import and export compliance issues
    • Proactively identify areas of compliance risk, and present risk assessment and improvement plan
    • Act as primary interface and maintain a close working relationship with local Customs and regulatory agencies for any potential regulatory issues, ensure timely and accurate filing of entries and declarations according to the local rules and regulations.
    • Reviews and reports on the state of the company's compliance effectiveness, report areas of risk to senior team, recommend solutions, and obtains guidance and/or decision support for required improvements.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of special programs (i.e., FTAs, GSPs, Tariff Quotas, Tariff Suspensions, other VAT or Duty avoidance opportunities) geared primarily for the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Peru
    • Knowledge of the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) requirements and US Customs and Border Protection (USCBP)
    • Familiarity with Americas, EU and Asian trade regimes and disclosure practices
    • Responsible for customs import compliance queries and matters specific to the Americas
    • Manage and execute yearly US Customs Reconciliation program
    • Liaison with US Department of Commerce, NSA, Treasury, OFAC and Customs and Border Protection (Port specific)
    • Audit of AI import entries performed by brokers
    • Prepare and submit US Customs Rulings as necessary
    • Issue and maintain Broker Guidelines for the Americas International countries
    • Provide advice and guidance as requested to non-GTC members regarding export and import regulations in the Americas
    • Trade Compliance review and input for all Non Inventory shipments within the Region

    Job Qualifications:

    • Bachelor´s degree in International Trade or Business Administration
    • Minimum 7 years import/export experience in US, Mexico, Brazil, and/or other Latin American countries
    • Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communications skills
    • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to follow processes and operational policies.
    • Solid project management and analytical skills.
    • Strong knowledge of import & export best practices
    • Customer Focus
    • Action Oriented
    • Structured planning skills
    • Fast learner

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics:

    • US reconciliation is desirable.



  • 08 Jun 2017 6:07 PM | Anonymous

    Name: Lisa Caplinger
    Company: Raytheon Company
    Address: 22270 Pacific Boulevard
    Sterling , VA 20166

    Job Title: Global Trade, Sr. Advisor Compliance

    TO APPLY:  https://jobs.raytheon.com/
    REQUISITION #:  97752BR

    General Job Description:  Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services Business Unit has an opportunity for a Global Trade (GT) Sr. Advisor Compliance. We are looking for someone with about 5-7 years of experience in the field of global trade licensing and compliance, specifically experience in ITAR and EAR controlled activities. Global Trade Compliance mitigates risk for the business by allowing the Company to pursue international activity and meet financial targets while ensuring compliance with all US and non-U.S. export/import laws and regulations.  

    The position is located in at Dulles, VA at the headquarters for Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) Business Unit. The position will help support 17,000 employee worldwide and 6 Mission Areas, and reports to the GT Senior Manager, Compliance. This is a critical role to keeping IIS compliant with the Department of State and Department of Commerce export and import laws and with Raytheon policies and processes. The Compliance team at IIS conducts audits and assessments and manages corrective action plans, develops and implements training plans and education materials, provides training presentations, manages licensing and compliance records, prepares various licensing and compliance reports, assists with compliance investigations and the implementation of corrective actions plans. The Compliance team is also responsible for facilitating the implementation of corporate policies, processes and guidance and developing work instructions and tools as needed. The team also works on special projects as needed, and collects and provides metrics to the IIS Global Trade Compliance Director.

    The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a high-energy, fast-paced environment, developing relationships with internal customers and collaborating with IIS team members throughout the business unit, the company and from all functional areas. Good communication skills are critical and some travel will be required.

    Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Providing consistent interpretation of International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and Export Administration Regulations to Business Unit employees;
    • Assisting with Export Control Reform compliance requirements and company initiatives;
    • Assist in monitoring USG regulations for changes that may require implementation or changes to existing processes;
    • Assisting in the development and delivery of training as required for employees engaged in international business activities in all functional areas throughout the company including new hire training;
    • Assisting in the development and delivery of export/import tools training;
    • Acting as a resource for entry-level export/import licensing personnel ensuring all records are compliant with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and Raytheon policies;
    • Assisting with audits and assessments preparations, both internal and external;
    • Coordinating auditing and training schedules throughout IIS;
    • Assisting with the development, implementation and tracking of corrective action plans for audits and compliance investigations;
    • Assisting with the development and implementation of monitoring programs;
    • Assisting with writing/developing/editing work instructions;
    • Assisting with jurisdictional and classification activities;
    • Assisting with Records Management activities;
    • Preparing internal reports to be submitted to various government organizations;
    • Working with a variety of compliance tools to run reports, audit records and provide metrics;
    • Collaborating with other Raytheon Business Units to ensure standardization;
    • Assist in Mergers and Acquisitions Due Diligences, Assessments and Integration Activities;
    • Participation in Corporate Projects; and
    • Participate in Raytheon Six Sigma Projects.

    Job Qualifications: We are looking for someone with about 5-7 years of experience in the field of global trade licensing and compliance, specifically experience in ITAR and EAR controlled activities.

    Required skills:

    • BS/BA And 5 + Years Of Direct Work Experience In The Area Of Global Trade Compliance, Or 7 + Years Of Direct Work Experience In The Area Of Global Trade Compliance.
    • Strong Knowledge Of The ITAR And EAR.
    • Excellent Communication Skills (Written, Verbal And Presentation).
    • Good Time Management Skills
    • Competency In Data Management.
    • Strong Organizational Skills
    • Detail Oriented With Strong Sense Of Urgency.
    • The Ability To Multitask.
    • Able To Work Independently But Also Function As Part Of A Team.
    • Strong Understanding Of Microsoft Office Applications, Especially Word, Excel And Powerpoint
    • Excellent Customer Relation/Interpersonal Skills.
    • Self-Starter Who Can Develop Effective Networks With Internal Customers.
    • Willing To Take On Challenges And Accept Stretch Assignments.
    • Ability To Travel Occasionally To Assist With Audits And Training.


  • 08 Jun 2017 4:03 PM | Anonymous

    Company: Mercury Systems

    TO APPLY: EXPORT COMPLIANCE ADMINISTRATOR

    Job Title: Export Compliance Administrator


    General Job Description:  Mercury Systems has an exciting opportunity for an International Trade Compliance Administrator for the company's west coast operations. This position may be based in Cypress, CA, Camarillo, CA, or Phoenix, AZ.

    Working with the Manager of Global Trade Compliance, this key position is responsible for overseeing one or more business units to ensure compliance with U.S. export and import laws and regulations. Primary duties and responsibilities include:

    • Jurisdiction and classification analysis, including preparation of CJs and CCATS
    • Preparation, submission, and administration of export license applications (D-Trade & SNAP-R).
    • Maintenance of internal export/import records.
    • Review and audit export documents, and monitor and support import transactions.
    • Participate in investigations and assessment of trade compliance matters.
    • Support integration of trade compliance requirements into relevant business processes.
    • Review foreign travel requests, and foreign visitor requests
    • Analyze and communicate impact of ongoing regulatory changes to program requirements.
    • Assist with the development and implementation of internal training programs.
    • Assist in the development and roll out of corporate export and import policies and procedures
    • May act as an Empowered Official
    • Other duties, as assigned

    Job Qualifications:

    • ITAR Certified
    • Working knowledge of the Export Administration Regulations and International Traffic in Arms Regulations.
    • Working knowledge of ACE/AES/EEI
    • Ability to timely resolve complex trade compliance matters
    • Ability to work independently or in a team environment
    • Solid understanding of export licensing principles and practices
    • Associates degree +5 years experience, or equivalent work experience


  • 06 Jun 2017 3:46 PM | Anonymous

    Company: Henderson Group Unlimited, Inc

    JOB URL:  https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=HendersonG&jobId=16763&lang=en_US&source=CC3

    TO APPLY: mailto:resumes@hendersongroupinc.net

    Job Title: Defense Trade Controls Compliance


    General Job Description:  Henderson Group Unlimited Inc., a government contractor, has an immediate opening for a Defense Trade Control Compliance Analyst at the Department of State, Directorate Defense Trade Control, in Washington DC.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  Review and take action on license requests that are the subject of a “Watch List” hold for enforcement reasons. The Watch List is a database of about 75,000 foreign and domestic entities (individuals or companies) that are suspected, alleged, indicted or convicted of civil and criminal violations of the AECA and ITAR and certain “enumerated statues.” Action on a license hold is based on all available information (e.g., Watch List entry, office files and computer database searches), coordination with law enforcement and consultation with the division chief.

    Take initial action on all incoming voluntary disclosures from the defense industry on civil violations of the AECA and ITAR. For disclosures of a minor violation, create a computer record and draft a response for the chief’s signature. For incomplete disclosures, draft a letter with response deadline for the chief’s signature, maintain a tracking system and insure receipt of full disclosure information. For all other violations, create a computer record and assign to appropriate employee.

    Review and take action on voluntary disclosures assigned by the division chief, initially working minor violations. Follow office policies and procedures and guidance received from the division chief or senior specialist. Plan an approach, conduct fact-finding, perform search of records, attend meetings and then document findings. Initiate discovery of additional facts. Consult with supervisor and take action. Prepare letter for division chief signature responding to the violation, including requirements for corrective action to close each case. Perform any follow-up as directed by division chief.

    Prepare pre-trial and trial certifications to support the federal law enforcement community (e.g., DHS/ICE, FBI and U.S. Attorneys) in the investigation and prosecution of entities suspected of criminal violation of the AECA and ITAR. Certifications will initially be of a routine nature. Perform record searches, review and analyze license approvals, produce comprehensive reports of findings and provide authenticated documents that support investigation activities or serve as exhibits in court cases.

    Participate in the Company Visit Program through periodic, domestic travel around the U.S. to pre-selected defense companies. Gather information, prepare plan, conduct visit and report on findings.

    Perform special projects or tasks as assigned by division chief or senior management.

    Job Qualifications: Candidates for this position should possess a minimum of a Bachelors degree in a related field, while a Masters Degree is preferred. Candidates must be able to obtain a Government Security Clearance. EOE Submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: mailto:resumes@hendersongroupinc.net.


  • 06 Jun 2017 11:38 AM | Anonymous

    Company: Cubic Corporation
    Address: 9333 Balboa Avenue
    San Diego, CA 92123

    TO APPLY: 
    SR EXPORT COMPLIANCE ANALYST

    Job Title: Senior Export Compliance Analyst

    General Job Description: Works closely with project teams and other internal customers to make export licensing requirements determinations. Prepares export license and ITAR Agreement (TAA/MLA) applications and administers approved licenses and authorizations. Ensures that compliance related reporting and record-keeping requirements are implemented and sustained. This position typically works under general supervision and direction. Incumbents of this position will regularly exercise discretionary and substantial decision-making authority.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Prepares, implements, and modifies Department of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) and Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) export/import license applications, Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA), Manufacturing License Agreements (MLA), Technology Transfer Control Plans, international import certificates, other export/import approvals for transfers of hardware and technical data, exemption usage, and general correspondence between the company and the various U.S. government regulatory agencies relating to the permanent and temporary export/import of technical data, defense articles and dual-use commodities
    • Analyzes transactions for which due diligence indicates potential risk.
    • Analyzes contracts and identify trade compliance issues.
    • Coordinates with relevant internal departments to identify, plan and implement import/export licensing requirements.
    • Interprets and ensures program compliance with terms and conditions of export authorizations.
    • Provides export determinations & authorizations (tech/non-tech/license/exemptions, etc.)
    • Assists with export/import compliance risk assessments
    • Supports public releases of information as required
    • Prepares/conducts internal training sessions
    • Assists in the development and implementation of export/import policies and procedures and self-assessments
    • Monitors changes to regulations and related guidelines and working to mitigate the impact of such changes on the business unit’s export/import compliance activities and business plans
    • Provides strategic and regulatory guidance to support mission-centric goals through program support
    • Monitors export licenses and agreement files, logs, and records to ensure compliance with US Government regulations and Company policies.
    • Assists in conducting internal audits of export/import issues involving Company programs and processes.
    • Supports GTC management in evaluating processes of functional organizations to enhance, implement, monitor, and control import/export compliance program.
    • Assists GTC management to ensure compliance with federal import and export regulations, including the ITAR and EAR, Treasury and Customs regulations and Company policies, relating to import/export of products and services, transfers of technical data, and employment of foreign nationals.
    • May be assigned supervisory responsibilities for junior associates.
    • May be assigned Empowered Official status

    Job Qualifications:  This is a cleared site, U.S. Citizenship is required. Four-year college degree in a business or technical specialty. Requires a minimum of 4 years of experience in international trade compliance with an emphasis on defense trade licensing and administration. Completion of U.S. Government sponsored or recognized private export training courses desired. Expert level knowledge of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) required. Advanced communication abilities including professional level business writing skills. Previous experience with military and commercial training and simulations systems, military communications and data links or management of defense services to deployed USG of foreign military customers. Familiarity with U.S. Customs Regulations, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations and Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) import permitting preferred.

    The description provided above is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties, responsibilities and requirements. Duties, responsibilities and requirements may change over time and according to business need.


  • 02 Jun 2017 11:21 AM | Anonymous

    Name: Jamie Sweeney
    Company: Flir Systems, Inc
    Address: 25 Esquire Road
    North Billerica, MA 01862
    Email: mailto:jamie.sweeney@flir.com

    COMPANY/JOB SITE: http://www.flirjobs.com

    Job Title: Manager of Defense Trade Licensing

    General Job Description:  Senior level position that is primarily responsible for defense trade licensing and compliance within FLIR’s Global Trade Compliance function. Ensures that the company maintains full compliance with the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and with associated State Department directives, guidelines and practices. Supports multiple sites and business segments in preparing and submitting all documentation required for filing of license applications, agreements and other request to the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), U.S. Department of State. This position reports to the Sr. Director, Defense Trade Licensing and Compliance, within FLIR’s corporate Legal Department.
    LOCATION: Washington, D.C. area or Billerica, MA; other FLIR locations may be considered for qualified candidates.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for preparation and submission of all types of license applications (DSP-5, DSP-61 DSP-73, etc.), agreements, requests for authorization and other submissions to the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC); acts as a company Empowered Official for purposes of ITAR compliance and DDTC licensing activities.
    • Coordinates closely with Business Development and other business teams to communicate and to follow appropriate processes to ensure the proper submission, use and administration of DDTC licenses, agreements, exemptions and other authorizations.
    • Advises on licensing requirements for demonstration and marketing activities, and for technical data releases, and works closely with business functions to ensure that timely and comprehensive authorizations are in place, as required.
    • Establishes export licensing metrics; prepares and distributes license status and other reports to key stakeholders.
    • Identifies reporting requirements and ensures accurate and timely submission.
    • Tracks and maintains current status on provisos, conditions, reporting and other compliance requirements under DDTC licenses, agreements and approvals.
    • Assists in developing and implementing procedures, desk instructions and compliance tools designed to achieve full compliance with the ITAR and other applicable export controls.
    • Reviews international orders and shipments and provides guidance, as necessary to ensure conformity to licensing and other ITAR compliance requirements.
    • Presents export compliance training to a variety of audiences, as required.
    • Assists in supporting internal and external audits and in tracking and closing of any resulting corrective actions.
    • Other duties may be assigned, including preparation and submission of license applications to the Bureau of Industry & Security, U.S. Department of Commerce, in accordance with the EAR.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in International Relations/Business or associated discipline.
    • Requires minimum of 7 – 10 years of experience in a global company working within an ITAR licensing and compliance program, preferably related to Category XII of the U.S. Munitions List; requires thorough knowledge of DDTC and industry-standard best practices.
    • Requires through knowledge of all aspects of the ITAR and the EAR, including commodity jurisdiction and classification; licensing and exemptions; Technical Assistance Agreements and other agreements; foreign national licensing; technical data controls; reporting; and other ITAR requirements.
    • Requires strong attention to detail, solid analytical/problem solving skills and experience in advising global business operations on ITAR licensing and compliance requirements.
    • Requires demonstrated success in working with DDTC, DTSA and other Government agencies on a wide range of licensing and compliance issues.
    • 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.
    • Proficiency working in a Windows based environment, including Word and Excel; experience with OCR system and SAP Global Trade (GTS) module is a plus.
    • Occasional travel (U.S. and international) may be required.


  • 02 Jun 2017 11:14 AM | Anonymous

    Name: Jamie Sweeney
    Company: FLIR Systems, Inc
    Address: 25 Esquire Road
    North Billerica, MA 01862

    Email: mailto:jamie.sweeney@flir.com

    COMPANY/JOB SITE:  http://www.flirjobs.com

    Job Title: Sr. Defense Trade Licensing & Compliance Analyst

    Job Summary:  Senior level position that is primarily responsible for defense trade licensing and compliance within FLIR’s Global Trade Compliance function. Ensures that the company maintains full compliance with the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and with associated State Department directives, guidelines and practices. Supports multiple sites and business segments in preparing and submitting all documentation required for filing of license applications, agreements and other request to the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), U.S. Department of State. This position reports to the Sr. Director, Defense Trade Licensing and Compliance, within FLIR’s corporate Legal Department.
    LOCATION: Washington, D.C. area, Billerica, MA or Wilsonville, OR; other FLIR locations may be considered for qualified candidates.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for preparation and submission of all types of license applications (DSP-5, DSP-61 DSP-73, etc.), agreements, requests for authorization and other submissions to the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC); acts as a company Empowered Official for purposes of ITAR compliance and DDTC licensing activities.
    • Coordinates closely with Business Development and other business teams to communicate and to follow appropriate processes to ensure the proper submission, use and administration of DDTC licenses, agreements, exemptions and other authorizations.
    • Advises on licensing requirements for demonstration and marketing activities, and for technical data releases, and works closely with business functions to ensure that timely and comprehensive authorizations are in place, as required.
    • Establishes export licensing metrics; prepares and distributes license status and other reports to key stakeholders.
    • Identifies reporting requirements and ensures accurate and timely submission.
    • Tracks and maintains current status on provisos, conditions, reporting and other compliance requirements under DDTC licenses, agreements and approvals.
    • Assists in developing and implementing procedures, desk instructions and compliance tools designed to achieve full compliance with the ITAR and other applicable export controls.
    • Reviews international orders and shipments and provides guidance, as necessary to ensure conformity to licensing and other ITAR compliance requirements.
    • Presents export compliance training to a variety of audiences, as required.
    • Assists in supporting internal and external audits and in tracking and closing of any resulting corrective actions.
    • Other duties may be assigned, including preparation and submission of license applications to the Bureau of Industry & Security, U.S. Department of Commerce, in accordance with the EAR.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in International Relations/Business or associated discipline.
    • Requires minimum of 7 – 10 years of experience in a global company working within an ITAR licensing and compliance program, preferably related to Category XII of the U.S. Munitions List; requires thorough knowledge of DDTC and industry-standard best practices.
    • Requires through knowledge of all aspects of the ITAR and the EAR, including commodity jurisdiction and classification; licensing and exemptions; Technical Assistance Agreements and other agreements; foreign national licensing; technical data controls; reporting; and other ITAR requirements.
    • Requires strong attention to detail, solid analytical/problem solving skills and experience in advising global business operations on ITAR licensing and compliance requirements.
    • Requires demonstrated success in working with DDTC, DTSA and other Government agencies on a wide range of licensing and compliance issues.
    • 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.
    • Proficiency working in a Windows based environment, including Word and Excel; experience with OCR system and SAP Global Trade (GTS) module is a plus.
    • Occasional travel (U.S. and international) may be required.


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