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Sr. Manager  Global Trade Compliance Posted 11/28/2022

Join us as we pursue our disruptive new vision to make machine data accessible, usable, and valuable to everyone. We are a company filled with people who are passionate about our product and seek to deliver the best experience for our customers. At Splunk, we’re committed to our work, our customers, having fun, and most importantly to each other’s success. Learn more about Splunk careers and how you can become a part of our journey!

Role:

We are seeking a hardworking and motivated individual to join Splunk’s  Ethics and Compliance Program within Splunk’s growing Compliance, Employment & Risk team. You will help lead our  export compliance program,  working closely with our global trade attorney and partnering across the Company. 

The person in this role will be highly collaborative and entrepreneurial, and focused on innovating, driving, and scaling a best-in-class trade compliance program, building relationships and driving strategy across multiple functions while anticipating evolving risk in an international market. You are flexible, creative, and self-motivated—showing initiative and perseverance, resourcefulness, a strong work ethic, reciprocal approach, excellent problem-solving skills, and sense of humor. This position will report to the Sr. Director of the Ethics & Compliance Program.  

Responsibilities:

As Sr. Manager, Global Trade Compliance, you will work across teams to support Splunk’s global trade/export compliance program. You will:

  •  Develop, implement, and maintain policies and procedures pertaining to regulations addressing export compliance for Splunk products and services. 
  •  Provide advice and counseling on a variety of global trade compliance matters.
  •  Monitor Global Trade regulations affecting Splunk. 
  •  Lead the restricted/denied party screening process working with cross-functional partners, and lead the on-going review and monitoring of the screening process. 
  •  Collaborate with business leaders across Splunk to develop export compliance strategy and ensure strategic alignment and outcomes.
  •  Develop and provide export compliance training across the organization.
  •  Devise innovative ways to increase awareness of export compliance issues through outreach and communication.
  •  Work with cross functional internal partners to resolve issues arising from export compliance requirements.
  •  Review proposed transactions to identify and determine potential export licensing requirements and prepare and submit license applications as appropriate.
  •  Define and implement metrics tracking export compliance processes and operations.
  •  Assist  Legal Department colleagues on the appropriate determination of product Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs).
  •  Lead global trade compliance record-keeping and reporting efforts and monitor global trade compliance activities and procedures across Splunk.
  •  Educate and train employees on global trade  policy changes and new directives.
  •  Lead required annual reporting, related to exports for the US government.

Requirements:

The candidate must have:

  • Minimum of 12+years’ experience working with a global trade compliance program.
  •   BS/BA degree or equivalent experience.
  •   Extensive experience interacting with BIS, OFAC, US Customs and other government agencies on trade compliance issues.
  •   Deep knowledge of and experience with the US Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Sanctions Regulations, Anti-       Boycott Regulations and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) requirements.
  •   Extensive experience with export classification, export licensing and restricted party screening
  •   Demonstrated interest in global  trade issues and geo-political developments that influence global trade regulation is essential.
  •   Knowledge of import and export regulations of other countries is a plus.
  •   Experience addressing export compliance issues arising from cloud services and enterprise software solutions.
  •   Proven ability to problem-solve and work independently.
  •   Strong project management skills.
  •   Able to provide practical, actionable advice to abroad range of business stakeholders.
  •   Strong organizational skills, an ability to juggle multiple projects at a time in a fast-moving, quickly-changing environment, both collaborating as a team and  working       independently.
  •   Experience working with or in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred.
  •   Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and training internationally.
  •   Sense of Humor!

Note: Splunk provides flexibility and choice in the working arrangement for most roles, including remote and/or in-office roles. We have a market-based pay structure which varies by location.  The base pay for this position is dependent on work location as set out below, as well as the knowledge, skills and experience of the candidate. In addition to base pay, this role is eligible for bonus and benefits, and may be eligible for equity.  

Base Pay Range 

SF Bay Area, Seattle Metro, and New York City Metro Area

Base Pay Range:  $152,000 - 209,000 per year

California (excludes SF Bay Area), Washington (excludes Seattle Metro), Washington DC Metro, and Massachusetts

Base Pay Range:  $142,400 - 195,800 per year

All other cities and states excluding California, Washington, Massachusetts, New York City Metro Area and Washington DC Metro Area.

Base Pay Range:  $129,600 - 178,200 per year



 Global Trade Licensing Lead Posted 11/21/22

Job ID: CHQ20220811-93185

Job Location: Arlington, VA or Remote Opportunity

Job Description:

Reporting to the Sr Manager, Global Trade Compliance – Licensing, this role is reponsible for reviewing license applications and providing training, guidance and support to designated L3Harris companies regarding Trade Compliance requirements in accordance with the U.S. Department of State International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the U.S. Department of Commerce Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) regulations and the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) regulations.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Review international license applications to ensure that they meet U.S. Government requirements and are processed in a timely manner
  • Provide support to designated L3Harris companies regarding Trade Compliance requirements in accordance with the U.S. Department of State       International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), with specialized experience with the U.S. Department of Commerce Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
  • Serve as primary point of contact with the U.S. Government in order to submit, manage and resolve any issues related to international trade license applications
  • Interface with the U.S. Department of Defense and other USG stakeholders to develop policy guidance supporting L3Harris international marketing and sales
  • Assist with developing and implementing guidance, procedures, processes and templates to facilitate international license requirements
  • Actively participate and support training events (webinars, summits and conferences)
  • Obtain a U.S. Security Clearance of SECRET or higher
  •  Act as an Empowered Official in accordance with the ITAR
  • Ability to travel up to 10% (when conditions are appropriate)

Qualifications:

·       Bachelor’s Degree and minimum 9 years of prior relevant experience or Graduate Degree and a minimum of 7 years of prior related experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  •  Experience in EAR licensing, de Minimis and encryptions regulations
  • Experience with CCL Category 5 and USML Category XI
  • Experience in Export Control Reform licensing
  • Experience with OCR EASE software
  • Experience working under a Consent Agreement
  • Experience writing processes and procedures
  • Ability to analyze and suggest solutions to complex problems; exhibit a high attention to detail, integrity and discretion

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In compliance with Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the salary range for this role in Colorado is $80,000 - $149,000. This is not a guarantee of compensation or salary, as final offer amount may vary based on factors including but not limited to experience and geographic location. L3Harris also offers a variety of benefits including: health and disability insurance, 401(k) match, flexible spending accounts, EAP, education assistance, parental leave, paid time off, and company-paid holidays. The specific programs and options available to an employee may vary depending on date of hire, schedule type, and the applicability of collective bargaining agreements.


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Please be aware many of our positions require the ability to obtain a security clearance. Security clearances may only be granted to U.S. citizens. In addition, applicants who accept a conditional offer of employment may be subject to government security investigation(s) and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

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L3Harris Technologies is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. L3Harris is committed to treating all employees and applicants for employment with respect and dignity and maintaining a workplace that is free from unlawful discrimination. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or other related medical conditions), gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, citizenship status, characteristic or membership in any other group protected by federal, state or local laws. L3Harris maintains a drug-free workplace and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing and background checks, where permitted by law.

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International Trade Compliance Analyst (Hybrid or REMOTE) 

86206BR Posted 11/10/2022

Louisville, Kentucky  United States

Job Description

Job Description
This position supports the BAE Systems Land & Armaments L.P. Combat Missions Systems (CMS) Import/Export department in preparing export license applications and agreements, monitors the export and import of technical data, hardware, and services, and all other related activities to achieve business objectives while maintaining strict compliance with applicable U.S. government laws and regulations.  The selected candidate can work near any major Combat Mission Systems site to include San Jose, CA; Phoenix, AZ; York, PA; Sterling Heights, MI; Minneapolis, MN; Louisville, KY and Falls Church, VA.  REMOTE WORK IS AN OPTION

CMS operates in a highly regulated space as we focus on the development, production and integration of systems to provide advanced solutions across ground, amphibious and maritime platforms to meet our customers' mission requirements. The business area's numerous sites across the United States employ advanced manufacturing technologies and a highly skilled workforce. Product lines include Amphibious Vehicles, Ground Vehicles and Weapon Systems

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Prepares, submits, and manages import/export authorizations (i.e. Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA), Manufacturing License Agreements (MLA), ATF     permits, Department of State/Commerce Licenses, etc.) required to achieve business objectives utilizing the OCR/EASE Export Management System.  This will include collaborating with internal customers (i.e. program personnel, business development, engineering) to gather detailed information to support the authorization.    Meeting program objectives and schedules by processing applications in a timely manner and managing the authorization for its lifespan is critical.
  •  If approved by BAE Systems, will function as a designated “Empowered Official” per the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), to provide required                   certifications to the U.S. State Department Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC).
  •  Understands and applies U.S. Export Regulations (International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), BATFE regulations),   and  company export policies.  Assists company personnel on export-related questions.  Maintains and increases knowledge by attending relevant seminars and     training,  and through self-study.   
  •  Supports internal customers across all functions with the review/approval of international travel requests, international visit requests, international purchase orders,        document reviews, and international shipments.
  •  Provides export training to new employees, current employees and special programs.
  •  Reports potential export/import violations to the Export Manager or Director of Export Operations.  Supports the investigation of potential violations and assists in the     preparation of voluntary disclosures to the U.S. Government.
  •  Supports, prepares for, and participates in company, external and government audits.
  •  Coordinates with internal customers on pending imports and notifies the Import Team to ensure timely and compliant import transactions.
  •  Maintains a safe work environment and ensures compliance with safety objectives and company policies.
  •  Shares responsibility of self-development with immediate supervisor.
  •  Performs other duties and responsibilities as required.

Job Title

Import Export Anst Prin

Postal Code 40214-2600

Job Family  Import & Export

Travel Percentage<10%

Clearance Level – Must be able to obtain for position Secret

Shift 1st Shift

Regular or Temporary Regular

Typical Education and Experience

Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 6 years work experience or equivalent experience

Required Skills and Education

  • Experience interpreting and applying the ITAR,EAR, BATFE and other laws and regulations governing international trade
  • Proficient computer skills including all Microsoft office applications 
  • Strong planning, time management, and organizational skills with demonstrated experience managing multiple deadlines supporting regulatory requirements and      business objectives  
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills 
  • Ability to work as part of a team 
  • Ability to work independently and to operate effectively without direct supervision
  • Takes accountability for decisions
  • Attention to detail is a must.

Preferred Skills and Education

  • Export/Import Compliance, Business Administration, International Studies, Empowered Official in current position
  • Experience with OCR/EASE Export Management System is highly desired

About BAE Systems Platforms & Services Posting

BAE Systems, Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of BAE Systems plc, an international defense, aerospace and security company which delivers a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support services. Improving the future and protecting lives is an ambitious mission, but it’s what we do at BAE Systems. Working here means using your passion and ingenuity where it counts – defending national security with breakthrough technology, superior products, and intelligence solutions. As you develop the latest technology and defend national security, you will continually hone your skills on a team—making a big impact on a global scale. At BAE Systems, you’ll find a rewarding career that truly makes a difference.

The Platforms & Services (P&S) sector under BAE Systems, Inc does the big stuff: the armored combat vehicles, naval guns, missile launchers, and naval ship repair…just to name a few. Our employees take pride in the work they do and why they do it. They are on the front lines every day, building our products to protect the lives of those who serve. We may be biased, but we think P&S does some of the coolest work around, and we think you will too.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:
At BAE Systems, we work hard every day to nurture an inclusive culture where employees are valued and feel like they belong. We are conscious of the need for all employees to see themselves reflected at every level of the company and know that in order to unlock the full potential of our workforce, everyone must feel confident being their best, most sincere self and be equipped to thrive. We provide impactful professional development experiences to our employees and invest in social impact partnerships to uplift communities and drive purposeful change. Here you will find significant opportunities to do meaningful work in an environment intentionally designed to be one where you will learn, grow and belong.

International Trade Compliance Analyst (Hybrid or REMOTE ) in Louisville, Kentucky, United States | Other Professionals at BAE Systems



Principal Specialist, Global Trade  Posted 11/10/2022

At Raytheon Intelligence & Space (RI&S), you have the opportunity to try new things and make a bigger difference across a broader end-to-end solution, a richer technology and product set, an expanded range of disciplines, a growing global footprint and a more diverse team of colleagues and customers.

Are you a Global Trade professional with a passion for process improvement and a drive to deliver efficiency? We look forward to speaking with you about becoming a member of our Global Trade team.

We are looking for a passionate Principal Specialist, Global Trade who will

plan and implement Global Trade compliance audits, assessments, monitor processes, and coordinate reporting and corrective actions with Business Unit legal representatives and Corporate Global Trade compliance staff. This will be remote opportunity with occasional travel.

What You Will Do:

  • Review and propose changes to Business Unit and Corporate Global Trade policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with requirements of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR), OFAC – Office of Foreign Assets Control Regulations and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) regulations
  • Provide experienced professional advice and guidance concerning the requirements and obligations of exporting and importing dual use and defense articles and services under the EAR, ITAR, OFAC, and BATFE
  • Ensure records are accurately maintained in the systems of record to maintain clean and clear audit trails
  • Support the business unit and Corporate Global Trade systems initiatives, user group, testing and derives trade systems solutions, process implementation and training to the Business Unit
  • Provide and/or develop export/import training for the Global Trade professionals and/or the Business functions (e.g. Program Management, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Engineering, etc.)
  • Participate in Corporate Global Trade compliance audits and conduct self-assessment audits from the start of audit through to closure of corrective actions
  • Implement and support internal audits/assessments of U.S. Government export/import licenses, agreements, exemptions, exceptions, technology release authorizations, commodity jurisdiction determinations and other documentation
  • Assist in implementation of company procedures and instructions to support compliance with U.S. Government export/import regulations and company policy
  • Track status and provide reports and metrics associated with export/import assessments activities and corrective actions
  • Conduct reviews and provide conclusions of internal audits established by the company’s corporate office or external entities
  • Represent and/or support export/import Compliance team in meetings and discussions with internal customers
  • Prepare reports and presentations, including communications with external or Corporate auditors
  • Coach and provide guidance to other employees regarding export/import compliance, as needed
  • Review export/import files and records to verify compliance with U.S. Government export/import regulations and company policies
  • Travel to, and participate in, Global Trade events

Skills and Requirements:

  • Deep knowledge of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and experience applying this knowledge to recommend a solution
  • Experience researching, interpreting and applying government regulations such as the ITAR and EAR
  • Demonstrated ability to conduct independent research and provide a recommendation with rationale
  • 5 years of broad export/import experience and increasing responsibility (licenses, agreements, compliance, and transactional activities)
  • Flexible, cooperative and collaborative; demonstrated ability to adapt to changing U.S. Government and customer conditions
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Problem solver, able to work under time sensitive circumstances, collaboratively or independently, and take initiative to address situations before issues arise
  • Ability to work in a self-guided manner under limited supervision
  • Self-motivated, well organized, and goal oriented with ability to prioritize tasks and make independent decisions
  • Attention to detail and follow through on assignments to achieve desired results
  • Significant experience with Microsoft Office Suite products, especially Excel
  • Ability to travel as required - 10%

Desired Skills:

  • Ability to obtain a DoD Secret Security Clearance
  • Sincere interest in the field of Global Trade and its strategic impact
  • Excellent customer relation/interpersonal skills
  • Willing to take on challenges and accept stretch assignments
  • Experience with SNAP-R, OCR EASE IT systems

Required Education:

Typically requires a University Degree and a minimum of 5 years of prior relevant experience, or an advanced Degree in a related field and a minimum of 3 years' experience.

What We Offer:

Whether you’re just starting out on your career journey or are an experienced professional, we offer a robust total rewards package that goes above and beyond with great compensation, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401(k) match, flexible spending accounts, EAP, education assistance, parental leave, paid time off, and holidays.

Work Locations:

Remote

Relocation assistance is not available

Principal Specialist, Global Trade (Remote) in Remote City, Virginia, United States of America | Legal at Raytheon (rtx.com)

The salary range for this role is $70,000.00 to $152,000.00 however, Raytheon Technologies considers several factors when extending an offer, including but not limited to, the role and associated responsibilities, a candidate’s work experience, education/training, and key skills.



Principal Specialist, Global Trade (Remote) Posted 11/4/2022

At Raytheon Intelligence & Space (RI&S), you have the opportunity to try new things and make a bigger difference across a broader end-to-end solution, a richer technology and product set, an expanded range of disciplines, a growing global footprint and a more diverse team of colleagues and customers.

We are looking for an experienced Global Trade licensing professional to support export/import (Ex/Im) licensing and compliance activities in its Cybersecurity, Intelligence and Services (CIS) business unit - a fast paced and exciting Ex/Im working environment.

This position reports to the Global Trade (GT) Licensing Senior Manager supporting CIS' cyber offensive & defensive programs and will be located either near a CIS site or remotely near another Raytheon location.

The Principal Specialist, Global Trade will be responsible for working with GT peers and managers to develop export/import strategies to support international capture, program and supply chain efforts. The position will work closely with internal customers to develop export and import authorizations that allow for the efficient and timely export or import of technology, technical data, hardware and services. The position will apply international export/import control regulations and laws to enable international business activities.

This is not a customs or logistics positionCLICK HERE TO APPLY

What You Will Do:

  • Assist with the development of export authorization strategies for the international marketing, sales, support, offshore procurement, and manufacturing of defense and dual use articles

  • Prepare and submit export/import license applications, agreements, eligible exemptions/exceptions and other requests for USG approval

  • Provide export/import authorization status updates to leadership and capture/program teams

  • Participate in strategic business engagement at the program level to ensure business execution, growth and compliance

  • Provide consistent interpretation of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to RI&S employees.

  • Facilitate approvals for the physical export/import of hardware and other transactional activities involving controlled goods, information and services

  • Work with peers and stakeholders to determine and certify appropriate legal authority for exports/imports of dual-use commodities and technology, defense article hardware, and technical data and defense services

  • Participate in compliance assessments and investigations

  • Develop and deliver training for employees engaged in international business activities.

  • Review and approve technical and non-technical information, as needed prior to release to non-U.S. Persons

  • Act as a resource for entry-level Ex/Im GT personnel

Skills and Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship status is required as this position requires the ability to obtain a U.S. Secret Clearance within 1 year of start date

  • Experience researching, interpreting, and applying the ITAR and EAR

  • Demonstrated experience in applying for and managing ITAR and EAR export authorizations

  • Flexible, cooperative and collaborative; demonstrated ability to adapt to changing US Government and customer conditions

  • 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 decisions

  • Able to manage priorities of multiple tasks

  • Attention to detail and follow through on assignments to achieve desired results

  • Ability to travel to the Washington DC or Melbourne FL areas as required

Desired Skills:

  • Experience with DECCS, SNAP-R, SAP-GT, OCR EASE IT systems

  • Excellent customer relation/interpersonal skills

  • Detail oriented with strong sense of urgency

  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with multiple business functions for success

  • Sincere interest in the field of Global Trade and its strategic impact

  • Excellent customer relation/interpersonal skills

  • Willing to take on challenges and accept stretch assignments

  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically and integrate export/import requirements with company's international business strategy

Required Education:

Typically requires a University Degree and a minimum of 5 years prior relevant experience, or an Advance Degree in a related field and a minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience.

What We Offer:

Whether you’re just starting out on your career journey or are an experienced professional, we offer a robust total rewards package that goes above and beyond with great compensation, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability, 401(k) match, flexible spending accounts, EAP, education assistance, parental leave, paid time off, and holidays.

Work Locations:

Remote, with ability to travel to our Washington DC or Melbourne FL sites as needed

Relocation assistance is not available

Raytheon Technologies is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.

Department of Commerce - Export Compliance Specialist     Posted 11/2/2022


The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC), Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), is seeking to fill an Export Compliance Specialists GS 1801-9/11/12/13 position in Washington D.C.  Relocation support is not authorized. 

Organization

The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) advances U.S. national security, foreign policy, and economic objectives by ensuring an effective export control and treaty compliance system, and by promoting continued U.S. leadership in strategic technologies. BIS accomplishes its mission by maintaining and strengthening adaptable, efficient, effective export controls and treaty compliance systems, along with active leadership and involvement in international export control regimes. 

Position Description

This position is located in the Department of Commerce (DOC), Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Export Administration (EA), Office of Exporter Services (OExS), Export Management and Compliance Division (EMCD).   

EMCD evaluates all-source information, including publicly available and government-privileged information, to provide information to BIS and the interagency export control community to inform adjudication of export control license applications; promote U.S. exports by preventing the diversion or misuse of export controlled items abroad through outreach and cooperation with foreign governments, identify potential violators of export control laws that imperil U.S. national security; and support law enforcement actions that could result in both criminal and civil penalties, thereby encouraging compliance with the U.S. export control regime. 

This position is responsible for the analysis of investigation/compliance cases, licensing and trade data, agreements and/or monitoring programs, and based on these analyses, the preparation of summaries of their findings and/or recommendations on their disposition, ultimately supporting licensing, compliance, and investigative activities. Throughout the process, the incumbent must consider the interests of the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Military, the international community, the intelligence community, other law enforcement agencies, private industry and the public. 

This position is required to have access to classified national security information.

General Duties and Responsibilities:

GS9 - Is responsible for less complex assignments in the program area; analyzes and evaluates all-source data in an investigative context; conducts research and assists in the verification of data; participates in meetings and briefings; prepares recommendations for the disposition of assignments.

  1. .Individually, or in collaboration with senior compliance officers, conducts research and/or investigations of entities and transactions, evaluates findings, assesses evidence for factual and legal sufficiency, and determines whether further investigation is required to support an enforcement action.
  2. In collaboration with senior compliance officers, prepares written products to inform customers of findings and/or recommendations for actions.
  3. Assists senior compliance officers in their more complex investigations; conducts research; develops investigative materials; assists in document review and case-file organization; recommends further action.
  4. Effectively expresses ideas both orally and in writing to senior compliance officers, special agents, leadership, and representatives within the interagency.

Knowledge Required by the Position

  • Knowledge and ability to apply U.S. laws which govern export controls.
  • Knowledge of investigative and compliance review methods, use of information sources, and protocols specific to assigned programs and cases. 
  • Knowledge of international regimes that govern the export control regulations.
  • Ability to research, analyze, and interpret all-source data, including trade and licensing data, and provide summaries and recommendation for actions and decisions. 
  • Ability to follow schedules and meet deadlines to effectively support case development efforts.

GS-11- Is responsible for moderately complex assignments in the program area; analyzes and evaluates all-source data in an investigative context; conducts research and assists in the verification of data; participates in meetings and briefings; prepares recommendations for the disposition of assignments.

  1. Individually, or in collaboration with senior compliance officers, conducts research and/or investigations of entities and transactions, evaluates findings, assesses evidence for factual and legal sufficiency, and determines whether further investigation is required to support an enforcement action.
  2. Independently prepares written products to inform customers of findings and/or recommendations for actions.
  3. Assists senior compliance officers in their more complex investigations conducts research; develops investigative materials; assists in document review and case-file organization; recommends further action.
  4. Effectively expresses ideas both orally and in writing to senior compliance officers, special agents, leadership, and representatives within the interagency.

Knowledge Required by the Position

Thorough knowledge of U.S. export control regulations and national security issues and procedures to perform investigation, enforcement or compliance work. 

  • Knowledge of investigative and compliance review methods, use of information sources, and protocols specific to assigned programs and cases. 
  • Ability to research, analyze, and interpret all-source data, including trade and licensing data, and provide summaries and recommendation for actions and decisions. 
  • Knowledge of international regimes that govern the export control regulations.
  • Ability to brief moderately complex export control issues to senior officials.
  • Ability to compose reports clearly and concisely in a variety of formats.

GS12 - Is responsible for complex assignments in the program area; analyzes and evaluates all-

source data in an investigative context; conducts research and assists in the verification of data; participates in meetings and briefings; prepares recommendations for the disposition of assignments.

  1. Individually conducts research and/or investigations of entities and transactions, evaluates findings, assesses evidence for factual and legal sufficiency, and determines whether further investigation is required to support an enforcement action.
  2. Independently prepares written products to inform customers of findings and/or recommendations for actions.
  3. Assists senior compliance officers in their more complex investigations conducts research; develops investigative materials; assists in reviewing documents and case-file organization; recommends further action.
  4. Effectively expresses ideas both orally and in writing to senior compliance officers, special agents, leadership, and representatives within the interagency.

Knowledge Required by the Position

  • Thorough knowledge of U.S. export control regulations and national security issues and procedures to perform investigation, enforcement or compliance work.
  • Thorough knowledge of investigative and compliance review methods, use of information sources, and protocols specific to assigned programs and cases.
  • Ability to research, analyze, and interpret all-source data, including trade and licensing data, and provide summaries and recommendation for actions and decisions.
  • Ability to identify and differentiate between major and minor problems in relation to export control and national security issues.
  • Knowledge of international export control regimes that will enable the ability to independently handle moderately complex problems.
  • Ability to brief moderately complex export control issues to senior officials. Ability to compose reports clearly and concisely in a variety of formats.
  • Knowledge sufficient to serve as an authoritative bureau spokesperson to outside organizations to include diplomatic, military, enforcement, regulatory, and intelligence community counterparts for the purpose of receiving information and providing support to law enforcement investigations.

GS13 - As a full performing specialist, is responsible for above-average complex assignments in the program area; analyzes and evaluates all-source data in an investigative context; conducts research and assists in the verification of data; participates in meetings and briefings; prepares recommendations for the disposition of assignments.

  1. Conducts research and/or investigations of entities and transactions, evaluates findings, assesses evidence for factual and legal sufficiency, and determines whether further investigation is required to support an enforcement action.
  2. Assists junior compliance officers in their investigations provides guidance with respect to regulatory requirements.
  3. Independently prepares and reviews junior analysts' written products to inform customers of findings and/or recommendations for actions.
  4. Assists colleagues in more complex investigations conducts research; develops investigative materials; assists in document review and case-file organization; recommends further action.
  5. Effectively expresses ideas both orally and in writing to senior compliance officers, special agents, leadership, and representatives within the interagency.

Knowledge Required by the Position

  • Demonstrated knowledge of the U.S. laws, regulations, acts, executive orders and agreements which govern the investigative and/or compliance and/or federal law enforcement operations and information needs for which the employee is responsible. 
  • Demonstrated knowledge of where and how to find/obtain a wide range of all-source information—including but not limited to intelligence, government-privileged, foreign government, and private and public—and methods, principles, and practices to record, analyze, and retain it and to properly disseminate it within and outside of BIS. 
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively assess threats to national security and identify risk inherent export transactions based on an understanding of potential military or terrorist applications of sensitive U.S. technologies and the potential consequences of their use by illicit end-users.
  • Applied experience in crafting written recommendations for the identification of parties as investigative leads for law enforcement officials, overseas subjects for end-use check verification visits, and targets for administrative sanction based on export control violations or acting contrary to U.S. national security or foreign policy interests. 
  • Demonstrated knowledge sufficient to serve as an authoritative bureau spokesperson to outside organizations to include diplomatic, military, enforcement, regulatory, and intelligence community counterparts for the purpose of receiving information and providing support to law enforcement investigations. 
  • Advanced assistance with development and implementation of significant new program strategies and analyze key policy questions in the program area and contributes to significant agency decisions. 

To Apply

Email your resume, Cover Letter, professional references, and transcripts if applicable to:  exportcompliance@bis.doc.gov. Open until filled.  Personally Identifiable Information (PII) must be redacted or removed prior to sending any documents as a part of this application.  Examples of PII are:  social security numbers (even if truncated to the last 4), date of birth and specific medical information.   DD 214s and VA disability letters often have PII on them, please review your documents carefully before sending.

Please refer to the position descriptions on the BIS Website (doc.gov) prior to submitting your resume/documents for consideration to ensure you meet the qualifications for the position to which you are applying.

Many of the positions being advertised are not entry level and require a Master’s Degree or relevant experience in the specified field in order to qualify for employment.

Trade Compliance Manager, Cleveland, OH or Chicago, IL- on site Posted 11/2/2022

Responsibilities and Duties

  •          Advise President, V.P. of Engineering and senior staff about International Trade Compliance aspects of the business and risks of proposed business decisions.
  • Review and understand corporate ITC policies.
  • Identify gaps in current key business processes against those policies.
  • Work with corporate ITC group to close any corrective actions or self-disclosures
  • Respond to any Government inquiries or requests.
  •         Analyze and interpret export and import regulations and maintain current knowledge of changes.
  •        Review with functional managers their ITC internal controls (procedures, work instructions, forms, checklists, and tools) to ensure they are current and compliant.
  •        Train employees how to follow trade procedures and compliance related tasks.
  •        Work proactively with functions to identify licensing requirements early and minimize business delays.
  •        Determine ITC if additional resources required.  Hire and oversee ITC specialist(s) if needed.
  •        Monitor, assess, and audit all compliance activities and the effectiveness of internal controls.  Including monthly AES reports and an annual review.
  •        Prepare, review, approve, and submit applications for export/import licenses, permits, and other requests for authorizations. Ensure all stakeholders are included           in meetings to address management and use of approved authorizations. Manage government authorizations throughout their life cycle.
  •        Prepare, review and approve technology control plans, and provide technology transfer oversight (including visits and travel.
  •        Review transactions for which due diligence indicates potential risk, and determine whether due diligence has been satisfied. (customers and vendors)
  •           Review and approve the export of hardware and technical data.

Education:

      Candidates should hold a bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, law, engineering, or a related area.

Skills Required:

  • Candidates must be U.S. Citizens or hold a U.S. Greencard.
  • Candidates must have at least five years of business experience.
  • At least two years of experience with export and/or import regulatory compliance.
  • Must be able to classify items and data within ECCN, HTS and ITAR requirements.
  • Strong familiarity with:
  • 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).
  • 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, routed transactions and license data.
  • Experience using and interfacing with ERP or MRP business systems.
  • Experience with international business transactions and shipping documents.
If interested in learning more, please send your resume to lisasackett@oh.rr.com at Professional Recruiting Solutions


Senior Counsel, International Trade & Compliance Posted 10/19/2022

The position is lead counsel in a variety of compliance areas as part of the Brooks Legal department.  Advise the business with respect to legal trade, import and export law. Partner with operational leaders, the General Counsel, and other key stakeholders including Finance, Human Resources, and Information Security, to oversee the Brooks Compliance function. Advise on other areas of commercial support which may include  information security, privacy and other projects as needed. Utilize your strengths in collaboration and contribution in a global environment while maintaining integrity, taking accountability, working together, and championing change. 
 

Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Provide legal leadership and establish, build and enhance processes for the global compliance function, including antitrust, antibribery, privacy and export controls
  • Advise all levels of the organization regarding legal matters involving trade (import and export) including with respect to legal developments and best practice policies & processes
  • Perform national and/or global compliance risk assessments
  • Lead investigations in compliance areas,  partner with stakeholders on investigation plans, and serve as the central point of contact for stakeholders as investigations arise
  • Drive continuous process improvement and collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams to solve problems and develop solutions for developing compliance requirements
  • Collaborate with stakeholders on compliance policy and training efforts
  • Oversee external law firm experts and other resources to stay up to date on new and developing legislation and regulation or changes to current legislation and regulations and provide practical advice to implement legal requirements and mitigate risk
  • Provide commercial advice and lead Brooks legal initiatives
  • Be able to think creatively to address compliance issues in a way that supports the product team and overall business strategy
  • Role may provide legal advice regarding global data security and privacy requirements; manage Legal’s support of key aspects of our privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet our obligations under those programs and applicable regulatory frameworks
  • Provides practical day-to-day and strategic advice to minimize legal risks while advancing business goals and initiatives
  • Actively participate in Brooks Environmental Social Governance (ESG) Program, providing leadership and best practice input
  • Provide regular reporting to Senior Leadership with the General Counsel

Preferred Qualifications:

What you’ll bring:

  • Experience in establishing & developing Legal compliance programs
  • Minimum of 7+ years of legal experience in regulatory and compliance law
  • Working knowledge of ITAR (International Traffic in Arms) and OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control) regulations
  • Prior experience with trade law (export & import) and other types of regulatory and legal compliance
  • Prior experience with global data security and privacy requirements (preferred)
  • Active bar license in the state where you reside and where legal work will be done

What We Offer:

  • Remote work arrangement with travel to headquarters as needed
  • Competitive compensation, Subsidized health insurance, Flexible work schedules, 12 paid holidays; Tuition Assistance; Student Loan Program; Scholarship Program
  • A collaborative environment that values learning & growth, problem solving, innovation, and teamwork to achieve excellence.

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