1100 Wilson Blvd.
Company Website: https://jobs.raytheon.com/
Job Title: Global Trade Senior Regulatory Compliance Analyst
General Job Description: HQ Global Trade (OGC-GT) seeks an experienced export controls professional to monitor and analyze licensing and compliance metrics and prepare status reports on the Company’s four operating business units for review by senior leadership. Reporting to the Senior Manager, Global Trade Services, the position is responsible for the monitoring of: RGEMS (Raytheon’s licensing management database) data regarding the overall “health” of the company’s ITAR agreements; expiring temporary authorizations (ITAR and Commerce); ITAR Part 130 status reports; and International Travel compliance. Position also will support projects related to enhancing functionality of current automated systems.
The Global Trade Analyst can be at the G8 or G9 level depending upon experience.
This position can be located at any of our Raytheon locations.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Collection and reporting of data with respect to status of reporting fees, commissions, political contributions and other payments required under ITAR Part 130. Collection and reporting of data with respect to expiring temporary export and import authorizations (DSP 73s, DSP 61s, Temporary Repair & Replace imports.) Analysis and reporting of monthly Raytheon Global Export Management Systems (RGEMS) reports as translated and objectified with data analytical tools. Collection of data related to International Travel and RGEMS Requests from the International Travel Approval and Tracking System (ITATS) to monitor compliance with policy. Work with Global Trade Management (GTM) and automation to identify and prioritize improvements to tools and systems. Identify, develop, and field new metrics in the area of monitoring and compliance, e.g. statistics on re-exports and retransfers. Participate in development and implementation of company and BU policy, procedures, guidelines and instructions to support monitoring and operational compliance. Prepare status and metrics briefings on all monitoring activity for Senior Counsel to present during monthly Program Management Reviews to Leadership Team.
Current DoD Secret Security Clearance
Minimum of 4 years of operational and/or compliance experience in global trade (including ITAR, ATF and Commerce regulations) and experience in a regulated industry (knowledge of compliance issues and/or process requirements). Bachelor’s degree in international relations, political science, or similar area. Ability to obtain a DoD Secret Security Clearance.
- This position requires the eligibility to obtain a security clearance. Except in rare circumstances, only U.S. citizens are eligible for a security clearance.
- Self-starter who can develop effective networks with internal and external customers
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Able to present recommendations to solve business challenges
- Problem solver, able to work under time sensitive circumstances, collaboratively or independently, and take initiative to address situations before issues arise
- Self-motivated and results oriented with ability to prioritize and make independent decision.
- Able to manage priorities of multiple complex tasks
- Attention to detail and follow through on assignments to achieve desired results
- Some travel may be required