• 16 May 2018 12:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Harris Corporation
    77 River Road
    Clifton, NJ 07014

    TO APPLY: https://harrisrccorp.peoplefluent.com/res_viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-70120&ERFormID=res_newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

    Job Title: Technical Trade Compliance Specialist

    General Job Description:
    The Electronic Systems Business Segment is seeking an experienced systems engineering professional from the defense realm who would like to join the Harris Technical Trade Compliance team. Work can be performed onsite either in Palm Bay, FL or Clifton, NJ.

    After an initial training period, this individual will be responsible for providing Technical Trade Compliance support to all Electronic Systems Business Units.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Interpreting U.S. trade regulations (EAR, ITAR, and Customs) and providing necessary guidance to internal Electronic Systems (ES) 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.
    • Advising internal ES customers regarding export jurisdiction, classification, controls, and processes for ES hardware, software, and technical data.
    • Reviewing and evaluating ES technical data documents for export jurisdiction, classification, and marking.
    • Advising internal ES customers and Trade Compliance staff members regarding the requirement for export licenses, license exceptions, and technical assistance agreements, in support of international business ventures.
    • Authoring commodity jurisdiction and classification requests for submittal to the Department of State and Department of Commerce, as required to support business initiatives.
    • Advising ES business pursuit teams, proposal efforts, program start-ups, and IRAD projects regarding export classification and controls for products and deliverables.
    • Providing export compliance training to ES programs, functional areas, and business staff members.

    Job Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's Degree and 10+ years of systems engineering work experience in a government defense contracting environment.
    • Active Security Clearance (SECRET or above).
    • Required Skills & Personal Characteristics: • 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.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)


  • 14 May 2018 12:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Name: Kameron Turner
    Company: Muscogee International

    Email: mailto:kturner@muscogeeinternational.com

    Job Title: Compliance Specialist II

    General Job Description:
    This position is responsible for civil enforcement of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and its implementing regulations, the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR); As assigned, updates and maintains State Department's Watch List database of entities of concern, both to comply with the AECA and to support foreign policy implementation via arms export licensing.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Pursuant to office policies and procedures implementing the voluntary disclosure process, reviews various cases involving violations of the AECA or ITAR and after consultation with supervisor, plans an approach, conducts fact-finding, performs record searches and documents conclusions; Provides support to criminal investigations and prosecutions conducted by law enforcement agencies throughout the country. Performs record searches, reviews and analyzes licenses and other approvals, and prepares comprehensive reports of finding as well as authenticated documents which may serve as exhibits in court cases; Monitors compliance cases involving statutory debarment of individuals or companies convicted of violating the AECA. As directed, engages with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) process; Helps prepare the Department's reports to Congress pursuant to Section 3 of the AECA; Monitors brokering activities to ensure compliance with established laws and regulations as well as identify trends and potential issues that may need analysis or further discussion within the Department; Participates in the Company Visit Program through periodic travel to pre-selected regulated sites, as well as other outreach activities. As directed, gathers information, prepares plan, conducts visit and reports on findings; Reviews requests from the regulated public for advisory opinions regarding application of the ITAR, and prepares responses for review, approval and signature by supervisor; Reviews compliance issues arising from registration, mergers and acquisitions, CFIUS, Section 3 and other contexts, and takes appropriate action as directed by supervisor.

    Job Qualifications: 

    • Must have a minimum Top Secret security clearance, and may be required to obtain SCI.
    • Background in either law or other academic area related to international trade and enforcement is required. Incumbent researches and prepares various compliance and enforcement documents with moderate oversight required from supervisor.
    • Required Skills & Personal Characteristics: Must have a minimum Top Secret security clearance, and may be required to obtain SCI.
    • Strong interpersonal skills. Must possess strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Ability to gather pertinent facts, make thorough analyses and arrive and sound conclusions.
    • Strong organization and planning skills. Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work.
    • Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite programs including Word,PowerPoint, Excel and Access.



  • 14 May 2018 7:51 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: CNH Industrial
    5729 Washington Ave
    Racine, WI 53406

    TO APPLY: http://www.cnhindustrial.com

    Job Title: Export Specialist

    General Job Description:
    Through its people and brands, CNH Industrial delivers power, technology and innovation to farmers, builders and drivers all around the world. Each of its brands, including Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, Case and New Holland Construction, FPT Industrial, Capital, and Parts & Service, is a major international force in its specific sector.

    Reporting to the Senior Trade Compliance Manager - Global Exports, the Export Specialist will have primary responsibility for supporting the NAFTA Export Team. This role will serve as an experienced Trade Compliance Specialist for Exports that generate in the NAFTA region, including re-exports of US goods; and will have responsibility for the collection, organization, review, and interpretation of relevant Trade Compliance data to support various Export projects.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Manage multiple Trade Compliance projects as assigned
    • Manage CNH Industrial's multiple Parts Masters to ensure currency and accuracy of export classifications
    • Monitor and manage NAFTA Freight Forwarders activities, to include AES filings
    • Provide support to the regional Trade Compliance teams in determining export licensing requirements for US goods, to include the preparation and management of export licenses
    • Support the review of contract related documents for Boycott language
    • Support the monitoring and managing the export organizational mailbox
    • Assist in conducting, reviewing and resolution of Denied/Restricted Party screening hits as required
    • Develop/update process work instructions, process flows, and workflow products (automated forms) for export related requirements
    • Collect export data and maintain export metrics and KPIs

    Requirements:
    A Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of 6 years of hands-on experience in Export Compliance (EAR, OFAC, Embargoes, Sanctions, AES filings, US Customs, etc.)
    Ability to travel up to 25% of the time (domestically).

    Preferred Skills/Experience:

    • Master's degree
    • Knowledge of non-U.S. Export regulations
    • Proficiency in ECCN classification for the automotive industry would be a plus
    • Experience with automated Trade Compliance tools and applications
    • Analytical skills and ability to clearly communicate, written and oral
    • Ability to interact with other departments at all levels of the organization
    • Strong computer skills (MS Office Suite with an emphasis on Access, Excel, Visio, and Power Point)
    • Any Export related Trade Compliance certifications



  • 10 May 2018 1:01 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: FD Associates

    TO APPLY: mailto:jobs@fdassociates.net

    Job Title: Senior Export Compliance Associate

    General Job Description:
    Small trade compliance and licensing consulting firm in N.VA seeks trade compliance attorney or trade compliance consultant to fill a Senior Compliance Associate position. Position requires advising and assisting clients in all matters associated with trade compliance including voluntary disclosures, mergers and acquisitions, export jurisdiction and classification determinations, training, compliance programs, customs seizures and detentions, debarment reinstatement, and licensing under the ITAR and EAR across the spectrum of USML Categories and relevant ECCNs under the EAR, along with guidance in related US export regulations. (ITAR, EAR, FTR, OFAC, FCPA, NRC)

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Applicant should have considerable experience in auditing, preparing voluntary disclosures, training, development of company compliance programs and procedures, preparing and reviewing draft license applications, preparation of Commodity Jurisdictions and Commodity Classifications and be well versed in all elements of Export Control Reform.

    Off-site auditing, training and investigations, will be required from time to time.
    Job Qualifications: A minimum 10 plus years’ full time U.S. trade compliance experience required. Merger & Acquisition due diligence experience and experience in a broad range of USML and CCL categories beneficial. Expertise in FTR, OFAC, FCPA, Antiboycott a bonus. Knowledge in other country trade compliance laws a plus. Strong written and verbal skills necessary. Must be able to travel.

    Education: BS/BA JD. Tenure in export control field with considerable compliance and auditing and disclosure experience considered equivalent.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics: Competitive salary and benefits.

    Send resume to and salary requirements to mailto:jobs@fdassociates.net.

  • 10 May 2018 10:33 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: Export Solutions, Inc.
    13900 County Road 455
    Suite 107, #117
    Clermont, FL 34711

    TO APPLY: Julie Cathell at (703) 907-9651 or mailto:JulieC@ExportSolutionsInc.com

    Job Title: Trade Compliance Specialist II

    General Job Description:
    We are looking for a talented, results-driven individual who can provide excellent support and assistance for our client’s trade compliance activities. The ideal candidate for this position will be a creative problem solver who is able to work effectively in a dynamic, ever-changing business environment – all while maintaining a positive, “can-do” attitude. This is a full-time position with Export Solutions, Inc. and it is located in Melbourne, Florida. Relocation assistance is available.

    Essential duties and responsibilities include:

    • Conduct internal self-assessments and compliance audits to improve trade compliance activities. This includes quarterly internal audits of export shipment files, as well as the development and implementation of corrective actions.
    • Build strong partnerships with key internal stakeholders; provide training and strategic input to maintain and improve the organization’s trade compliance.
    • Provide expert advice and assistance to the Empowered Official.
    • Prepare and file State and Commerce licenses.
    • Gather data and prepare Technical Assistance Agreements (TAAs) and other approvals/authorizations.
    • Manage all export and temporary import license applications, to include proper decrementing of licenses.
    • Attend weekly meetings regarding business operations, program reviews, etc., to ensure compliance with import/export regulations.
    • Support investigations and provide necessary assistance to address any potential or actual violations.
    • As requested, analyze and interpret trade compliance laws and regulations (e.g., ITAR, EAR, OFAC, BATF) and implement industry best practices accordingly.
    • Provide assistance to other colleagues as may be requested to back-fill for others who are out of the office or unavailable.
    • Interface with customs brokers, suppliers and service providers to ensure consistency with defined import/export processes and full compliance for all transactions, including issuance of clearance instructions, monitoring recordkeeping, and internal and external auditing.
    • Maintain country-specific records, Free Trade Agreement (FTA) files, and prepare forms required for global import/export, as applicable.
    • Work with customs broker to resolve questions and provide information as needed for timely Customs clearance; Support in preparation of Post-Entry Adjustments for submission to customs or customs broker
    • Provide support with HTS number classifications for all products within the client’s inventory database as required.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Minimum five (5) years prior experience in a trade compliance role
    • Fundamental knowledge of ITAR, EAR and other import/export regulations
    • Prior experience with DTrade, SNAP-R and AES Direct / ACE, as well as MS Office
    • Excellent attention to detail, accurate recordkeeping skills
    • Strong organizational, interpersonal and written/oral communication skills
    • The ability to effectively handle time-sensitive, critical issues despite setbacks, obstacles and time constraints

    Desired Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university, or the equivalent combination of education and prior experience


  • 23 Apr 2018 2:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company: PPG Industries
    Address: 12780 San Fernando Road
    Sylmar, CA 91342

    Company Website:
    https://ppg.taleo.net/careersection/prof/jobdetail.ftl

    Job Title: Export Control Coordinator

    General Job Description:
    To act as primary liaison between the Aerospace Global Export Control Officer (Global ECO) and the Sylmar, CA facility on all Export Control related matters. Manage Sylmar’s export compliance program to ensure compliance with all applicable US export control regulations including but not limited to: export license determination, denied party screening, anti-boycott screening, diversion risk, end-use and embargo screening, classifications and re-export laws and regulations.

    Maintain an adequate level of understanding of US export regulations and PPG Aerospace Export Management System in order to answer daily questions that may arise. Gain an understanding of the US Government Export License Process and the various agency roles and work with the Aerospace Global ECO to obtain export licenses and agreements as required.

    Maintain an understanding of all Aerospace Export Management Procedures, Corporate Export Compliance Procedures, and SOPs that support the Aerospace Export Management System. Document, implement and administer all required policies, procedures and education for the PPG Aerospace site with the guidance of the Aerospace Global ECO. Conduct meetings with site personnel to ensure implementation of the Company’s export compliance procedures and contractual obligations.

    Act as the subject matter expert for determination of export licensing requirements for the site’s products and technical data. Responsible for product classification requests by working with technical personnel and suppliers / distributors to obtain product information to support product classifications.

    Perform periodic audits from both a procedural and transactional perspective. Investigate potential incidences of non-compliance and recommend appropriate action to Global ECO, including remedial activity.

    Coordinate with the Global ECO to provide periodic training to new hires and transferees within PPG Aerospace sites. Identify any foreign nationals working within the site and monitor that individual’s access to controlled technology. Coordinate with the Global ECO with respect to communications with the Government regarding export activity. Ensure that the site has appropriate record keeping procedures in place consistent with PPG Aerospace Export Management System. Attend periodic meetings and refresher training organized by the Global ECO or Corporate Export Control Team.

    Job Qualifications:
    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics: Requires a Bachelor’s Degree or 3+ years of import/export/global trade control experience. A degree in business, transportation logistics, chemistry, global/trade compliance is preferred or commensurate work experience. A degree in other areas of expertise will be considered when complemented with relevant work experience. Strong written and oral communication skills are imperative as well as demonstrated computer and presentation skills. Ability to learn quickly, excellent problem solving, decisiveness, critical thinking and people management skills in a fast paced, dynamic work environment are a must. Travel of up to 25% may be required. Must be a U.S. citizen given potential for handling ITAR related issues/projects.

    Required Skills & Personal Characteristics: Requires a Bachelor’s Degree or 3+ years of import/export/global trade control experience. A degree in business, transportation logistics, chemistry, global/trade compliance is preferred or commensurate work experience. A degree in other areas of expertise will be considered when complemented with relevant work experience. Strong written and oral communication skills are imperative as well as demonstrated computer and presentation skills. Ability to learn quickly, excellent problem solving, decisiveness, critical thinking and people management skills in a fast paced, dynamic work environment are a must. Travel of up to 25% may be required. Must be a U.S. citizen given potential for handling ITAR related issues/projects.


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