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Req #: 560383BR POSTED 5/10/2022

Job Title: Kyndryl - Trade Compliance Executive

Work Location: Remote

Job Description:

Responsible for facilitating Kyndryl business by developing, implementing, and overseeing the maintenance of internal export/import controls to ensure compliance with U.S. government export/import regulations such as the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), U.S. Customs and Border Protection Regulations, Economic Embargo Regulations, Anti-boycott, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).  

Required Skills:

  • Trade Regulations Experience with 10+ years in a trade compliance position. 
  • Significant experience with DOS, DOC, OFAC, and US Customs regulations.  
  • 5+ experience with encryption and encryption controls.
  • 2+ years’ experience with Mergers & Acquisitions. 
  • 5+ Global Logistics experience. 
  • Ability to conduct and manage audits and assessments and disclosures.  
  • Experience in a large corporation. 
  • Prior work experience working for a US Defense Contractor.  
  • Ability to manage assignments with limited or no direct supervision.
  • Ability to manage daily trade compliance operations.
  • Ability to analyze and solve highly complex problems. Ability to apply U.S. Government regulatory requirements in complex scenarios
  • Specialized knowledge of multiple areas within U.S. Government regulations and business practices.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong presentation skills especially in training and education.  
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Ability to travel as necessary to support the functions of the job.

Preferred Technical and Professional Experience:

  • Customs Broker experience. 
  • Experience in managing global logistics program. 
  • Experience in OFAC licensing.  
  • Prior US Government agency work experience (DDTC, BIS, OFAC,). 
  • IT background.

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REQ 2022-18988            POSTED 5/6/2022                                                                                                                                                                                                           

Job Title:  Consolidated Business Unit (CBU) Export Compliance Lead

Work Location:  San Diego, CA

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Company Overview:

Teledyne Marine is a group of leading-edge subsea technology companies that are part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated. Through acquisitions and collaboration over the past ten years, Teledyne Marine has evolved into an industry powerhouse, bringing Imaging, Instruments, Interconnect, Seismic, and Vehicle technology together to provide total solutions to our customers. Each Teledyne Marine company is a leader in its respective field, with a shared commitment to providing premium products backed by unparalleled service and support.

Job Summary:

This position will be responsible for ensuring compliance is being maintained, monitored and assessed throughout the Consolidated Business Unit (“CBU”), which includes oversight for all export compliance administrators assigned at the individual Strategic Business Unit (“SBU”) level.  The CBU Export Compliance Lead will ensure that the trade compliance activities for the CBU and each of its constituent business units are performed in a professional, efficient, and effective manner following good business practices and in strict compliance with all applicable Corporate and company policies, procedures, and processes, and applicable laws and regulations. 

 The CBU Export Compliance Lead will be responsible for the supervision, training, and development of export compliance personnel within all SBU’s.  The CBU Lead will also serve as the primary point of contact with Corporate International Trade Compliance (“CITC”) Office on complex and significant trade compliance matters within the CBU and will assist the Corporate Senior Director-International Trade Compliance in identifying and executing various Corporate-sponsored initiatives and projects. The CBU Lead will support the CBU by supporting and contributing to the strategic development of the CBU by building and proactively managing a strong trade compliance program.

 The role demands exceptional communication and collaboration skills, and strong trade compliance expertise. The CBU Lead will be a full-time position with a dual reporting relationship to CBU Management and the CITC Office.  These reporting relationships will include participation in setting annual goals, setting compliance priorities, participating in the performance and merit review determinations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Responsible for ensuring export compliance in accordance with U.S. export/import laws and regulations and Teledyne Technologies corporate trade compliance policies and procedures at all strategic business units (SBU) falling under the CBU.
  • Ensure and support appropriate management accountability and responsibility for trade compliance.
  • Supervise export compliance personnel within CBU, including assigning workloads, setting priorities, providing guidance and assistance, and reviewing performance.
  • Conduct SBU compliance assessments and implement corrective actions, as required.
  • Assist Corporate International Trade Compliance (CITC) Office with investigations of any incidences of purported non-compliance with export/import laws and regulations.
  • Periodically monitor high risk compliance areas within the CBU and provide summary report to Corporate’s CITC Office.
  • Ensure corrective action items are implemented and completed for any Corporate Internal Audit Finding or Corporate CITC Assessment.
  • Review changes in SBU operations to identify new risk areas.
  • Provide trade compliance training to SBU trade compliance administrators and assist in developing functional training for each SBU.
  • Assist Corporate CITC Office in various trade compliance projects throughout the year.
  • Develop, implement, enhance and maintain trade compliance management systems, policies, and department procedures and work instructions. 
  • Assist CBU in development, implementation, enhancement and maintenance of trade compliance facility procedures and work instructions.
  • Keep abreast of changes in export regulations to ensure CBU compliance.
  • Provide regular comprehensive reports for the Senior Director-International Trade Compliance regarding significant trade compliance matters and status.

Job Qualifications:

  •          Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university in a related field and 5-10 years of directly related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Significant experience and expertise in domestic and international export compliance. Experience in import compliance a plus.
  • Experience and working knowledge of export laws and regulations.
  • Specific experience with trade compliance in the markets and industries served by the CBU.
  • Strong leadership, communication (written, oral, and presentations) and interpersonal skills.
  • Experience in training, mentoring and managing subordinates.
  • Ability to manage a high volume of work at a detailed level.
  • Demonstrated proficiency and experience in managing complex trade compliance matters.
  • Entrepreneurial focus and ability to thrive and excel in a dynamic and technically focused environment.
  • Demonstrated business acumen with experience in developing innovative solutions and a successful record of problem-solving.
  • Capability to contribute to strategic planning at all levels.
  • Ability to interact effectively with Corporate and CBU management, functional counterparts, and SBU trade compliance staff in a professional manner.
  • Absolute commitment to performing job in compliance with the highest ethical standards.
  • Applicants must be either a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, legal permanent resident, asylee, refugee.

Export Compliance & Security Specialist IV    Posted 5/6/2022

Export Compliance & Facility Security Specialist (Remote or Fremont, CA)

As the Specialist responsible for International Trade Compliance and Facility Security, you will serve as the resident expert and primary analyst for TCI International Inc.’s international trade compliance activities and security within the company’s United States and international CommTech locations, and with the U.S. government. Responsibilities will include ensuring TCI compliance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Office of Foreign Asset Controls (OFAC) and providing leadership and oversight for TCI’s compliance with the National Industrial Security Program (NISP).

You will report to TCI’s Sr. Manager for Export Compliance, Contracts, and Security and will support the implementation and continuation of TCI’s robust export compliance program. This includes close coordination with cross-functional colleagues within TCI and the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Commerce, and U.S. Department of Defense. In addition, you will support TCI International’s responsibilities under the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM). Additional responsibilities for this position are described below:

80% of your responsibilities will focus on Trade Compliance, which include the following:

  •   Designated as the Empowered Official pursuant to 22 CFR of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)      
  •    Assist with modification, implementation, and providing guidance on TCI’s internal policies and procedures
        Oversight of the content and completion of any corporate approved Export Controls General Awareness Training
        Evaluate and manage the review, drafting, and submission of export/import licenses, agreements, exemptions, exceptions, and other authorizations to ensure              information is consistent with authorization requirements
         Act as a primary analyst and liaison between TCI International and relevant U.S. government agencies regarding submitted applications and resolve issues in the adjudication process
        Advise on international trade licensing and compliance across the enterprise
        Advise the business on effective strategies related to commodity jurisdiction/product classification, technology transfers, business development efforts, program execution, and product fielding support.
        Identify potential export policy or compliance issues and report them to the Sr. Manager of Export Compliance, Contracts, and Security for resolution
        Participate in and lead special projects, cross-functional business projects, and corporate projects to support business objectives
        Stay abreast of developments concerning export/import laws, regulations and policies including changes involving the processing of licenses and agreements through the U.S. Government. Coordinate implementation of these changes with the business.
        Maintain records of export authorizations in compliance with the ITAR and EAR requirements
        Serve as internal compliance analyst and provide training on trade compliance and security to the business.
        Support internal risk assessment and reporting efforts
        Support internal compliance activities (e.g. health checks, internal and external audits, and incident reports, voluntary disclosures)
        Assist with international cross-selling opportunities with foreign affiliate companies that will trigger ITAR and EAR authorization requirements
        Performs other duties as assigned.

The remaining 20% of your role focuses on NISPOM compliance:

        Serve as the TCI International Assistant Facility Security Officer (AFSO)
        Assist with initiating, reviewing, and processing Personnel Security Clearances and Periodic Reinvestigations
        Submit requests and maintain accounts for processing SCI security clearances using the Army's Automated Contractor Automated Verification System (ACCS)
        Prepare Visit Authorization Requests (VARs)
        JPAS administrative functions including submitting visit authorization, incident reports, in-process, indoctrinate, debrief, out-process employees, submitted RRU's, and generated reports
        Performing badge functions including for satellite offices and job sites. Process Common Access Card (CAC), DBIDS, and other badge requests.
        Communicate Clearance status updates to Project Managers and other individuals within organization.
        Perform security briefings/debriefings (SF 312, NATO, new employees, and employee terminations etc.)
        Submit electronic fingerprints through SWFT
        Manage the document control database for all classified material per the NISPOM and contractual requirements.
        Review employee background screening results and providing pass/fail determinations.
        Review access control system and maintain employee/visitor badges and access control cards.
        Maintain facility clearance records (SF 328, KMP list, etc.). Assisting with preparing DD254.
       Prepare for DCSA and other government inspections.

Education & Training Requirements:

        Bachelor's degree required.
        Demonstrated knowledge of the ITAR, EAR, and FCPA required.
        Prior Empowered Official or FSO experience a plus
        Knowledge of Foreign Military Sales and government contracting a plus.

    Experience Requirements:

            A minimum of six (6) years demonstrated experience in export/import compliance/licensing or security program management
            Ability to navigate changing U.S. Government and customer conditions
            Experience using  U.S. government export automation tools such as DECCS, ELISA, and SNAP-R.
            Experience with JPAS, DISS, NISS, ACCS and other security databases is desired.
            Familiarity or experience implementing a NISPOM compliance program is desired.

      Other Requirements:

              Must have or be able to obtain U.S. security clearance.
              Must have ability to travel to U.S. and foreign locations.
              Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate with senior executives across the Corporation.
              Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision.
              This job typically requires advanced to expert knowledge of work area typically obtained through continual education combined with prior experience
              Ability to manage multiple projects and produce quality results under tight deadlines.  

      Due to the nature of work performed in this role, U.S. Citizenship is required

      To apply:   

      Safran USA, Inc. POSTED 4/28/2022

      Req # 2022-103824

      Job Title:  Senior Counsel, Global Trade & Compliance

      Work Location:  Irving, TX or remote

      Role Overview:

      The Senior Counsel, Global Trade and Compliance advises Safran USA and affiliates on strategic and daily export and import compliance requirements, anticorruption, and related legal issues. This includes the EAR, ITAR, FTR, OFAC, and CBP regulations. Will advise affiliate companies on managing export transactions and developing duty avoidance strategies. Engages purchasing, finance, human resources, and other functions to strategically integrate export, import, and anticorruption compliance into the achievement of Safran business objectives. Engages US Departments of Commerce, Homeland Security, State and Treasury to address and resolve regulatory issues as necessary. Oversees Safran USA's annual export-import compliance training provided to US affiliates. Has one direct report: Export-Import Compliance Manager.
      Duties and Responsibilities:
      • Investigate, research, and provide legal guidance on corporate and strategic transactions, including acquisitions, contracts, and other issues and circumstances which may arise in the company's day-to-day business activities.
      • Advise on SUSA and affiliate company daily import transactions, engaging personnel in multiple functions to build support for compliance objectives while advancing business processes. This is a hands-on role.

      • Maintains expertise in federal regulatory areas including U.S. export controls, U.S., Mexico, Canada and EU customs and administration, trade agreements, and tariffs.
      • Designs and administers corporate desk-level procedures and training.
      • Working with the Export-Import Compliance Manager, assists companies in identifying regulatory changes, export classification determinations, sanctioned end users, export license determinations, application and administration.
      • Assists companies in import classification, valuation, country of origin determinations, anti-dumping, reconciliation, recordkeeping, post-entry audits, and related activities.
      • Working with the Export-Import Compliance Manager, designs, conducts, and implements export and import audits to assess compliance.
      • As necessary, assists companies in drafting voluntary disclosures and prior disclosures involving US and foreign affiliates
      • Ensures charitable operations and donations are managed in accordance with Group procedures
      • Demonstrates strong judgment, initiative, discretion, creativity and strategic thinking.
      • Recognizes issues and stakeholders impacted by compliance requirements.
      • Oversees outside counsel on export and import compliance matters.

      Complementary Description

      Essential Skills:
      • Strong knowledge of the EAR, ITAR, FTR, OFAC and CBP regulations. Knowledge of the FCPA a plus.
      • Ability to take the complex and make it simple.
      • Prior experience with “hands-on” completion of EAR, ITAR and OFAC export license applications and Technical Assistance Agreements utilizing online agency application systems.
      • Experience vetting ownership and bona fides of companies potentially subject to OFAC sanctions (e.g., Russia) and EAR sanctions (MEU Rule).
      • Hands-on export classification experience (preferably in the manufacturing environment); ability to administer and review SUSA Export Product Classification Questionnaires.
      • Ability to determine EAR and ITAR jurisdiction applying proper legal principles.
      • Ability to design 1-4 day annual export – import conferences on current subject matter.
      • Effective teaching ability to include audiences at all levels of regulatory expertise.
      • Familiarity with and strong interest in US foreign and export control policy, particularly with regard to sanctioned nations.

      Job Requirements

      Specific Qualifications:

      • Seven or more years of combined US Government, corporate, and law firm experience in the practice of US export controls, import compliance, and sanction laws.
      • Law degree from an accredited law school required.
      • Legally authorized to work in the US without company sponsorship.
      • Ability to speak French a plus.
      • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and similar software applications.

      Specificity of the job

      Ability to travel domestically and internationally as needed.

      Safran is an international high-technology group, operating in the aviation (propulsion, equipment and interiors), defense and space markets. Its core purpose is to contribute to a safer, more sustainable world, where air transport is more environmentally friendly, comfortable and accessible. Safran has a global presence, with 79,000 employees and sales of 16.5 billion euros in 2020 and holds, alone or in partnership, world or regional leadership positions in its core markets. Safran undertakes research and development programs to maintain the environmental priorities of its R&T and Innovation roadmap.

      Safran ranks first in Forbes's 2020 list of the World's Best Employers for its sector.

      Contact Information to Apply

      Senior Counsel, Global Trade & Compliance (Remote) - United States, Irving - 103824 | Safran (


      Req: REF510A   POSTED 4/27/2022

      CompanyElbit Systems of America

      Job TitleTrade Compliance Manager

      LocationMerrimack, NH / Fort Worth, TX / Talladega, AL / Roanoke, VA

      Security Clearance: Secret

      Job Description

      Lead and manage Elbit America’s Export Classification Program. Own the company’s product classification process, serving as the chief ITAR and EAR classification subject matter expert, providing advice and guidance across the organization.

      Principal Responsibilities

      • Classify all Elbit America-manufactured, purchased or exported products according to the United States Munitions List (USML), Commerce Control List (CCL), or other applicable U.S. or foreign government regulations
      • Develop, implement and own Elbit America’s global export classification repository
      • Serve as the company’s primary classification subject matter expert
      • Draft and submit Commodity Jurisdiction and CCATS requests
      • Research and assign Schedule B (and HTS as needed)
      • Perform technical data reviews through internal request systems and assign proper authorization
      • Receive and provide subject matter training
      • Provide technical inputs to licenses and agreements
      • Communicate product classification determinations to Elbit America workforce
      • Collaborate with our affiliate companies, suppliers and customers on Trade Compliance-related subject matter
      • Regularly create and provide internal and external guidance to stakeholders
      • Develop, refine, and implement trade compliance policies and procedures
      • Develop and implement product classification and compliance strategy 
      • Perform other trade compliance-related duties, as assigned.


      Position Requirements 

      • Bachelor's Degree and 5-7 years professional business experience in product design and manufacturing or an equivalent combination of education and experience
      • Knowledge of Microsoft Office required. OCR and AES preferred.
      • Ability to work independently, with minimal follow-up and guidance.
      • Secret-level security clearance required
      • Can multi-task yet remain attentive to details
      • Capable of critical analysis for troubleshooting and resolving organizational and regulatory problems
      • Competent to analyze and interpret export/import laws, regulations & industry best practices
      • Practices excellent written and verbal skills

      POC: Alicia Cooper


      Req: 80398BR POSTED 4/26/22

      Job Title: Import/ Export Administrator

      Location: Fort Worth, Texas

      Security Clearance: Secret


      Job Description

      Senior level individual responsible for the preparation and management of license applications and agreements for the export of technical data, hardware, and services in accordance with company policy and U.S. Government export regulations and laws. Identifies, investigates and analyzes potential licensing opportunities to achieve growth and financial profitability, in accordance with company objectives and strategic plans.

      Specific Responsibilities:

      ·       Prepare, submit, and administer export licenses, Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA), Commerce licenses, validate and implement ITAR and FTR exemptions and EAR exceptions, miscellaneous correspondence to the Department of State and Department of Commerce, review shipments and import certificates.  Primary USML categories include VIII, XI, and XII; ECCN categories 3 and 6.

      ·       Serves as an “Empowered Official” per the ITAR to provide required certifications to the U.S. State Department Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC).  Review and sign authorizations and transactions prepared by and in coordination with other International Trade Compliance personnel.

      ·       Determine accurate Product ECCN/USML classifications for products through analysis of the regulations and coordination with program personnel; knowledge and experience with products and technologies affected by export control reform.  

      ·       Ability to independently interpret, analyze and implement ITAR and EAR regulations

      ·       Manage large and complex export authorizations related to significant programs.

      ·       Ability to independently influence across functions and able to confidently interact with senior leaders in the business, BAE Systems Inc. Licensing and Compliance and support meetings with the US Government.

      ·       Liaise with other personnel/departments to ensure proper authorizations are in place to support business activities and ensure that licenses, agreements, and other approvals match business requirements. This includes adherence to scope and provisos/conditions (restrictions) stipulated on license authorizations.

      ·       Review and approve international shipments (exports and imports) in coordination with the Traffic/Shipping Department and provide guidance to ensure shipments are in compliance with licenses and regulations (e.g shipping records, Fair Market invoices, etc.).

      ·       Review proposals, contracts and/or purchase orders and participates in technical programmatic discussion/meetings for business area programs, technologies, and product lines

      ·       Conduct export training to new employees, current employees, providing customized content for specific audiences and special programs.

      ·       Enter and manage export authorization submissions in the Company Export Management System (EMS). Maintain export related record keeping functions as required by company policy and law

      ·       Work is performed without appreciable direction. Takes accountability for decisions.

      ·       Strong organizational skills with demonstrated experience managing multiple deadlines supporting regulatory requirements and business objectives

      ·       Able to lead an audit without a manager present. Accountable for the preparation, results and corrective actions

      ·       Able to investigate possible matters of interest, draft disclosures, determine Root Cause Analysis related to complex Voluntary Self Disclosures

      ·       Able to coach and mentor junior level International Trade Compliance personnel

      ·       Participation in cross-sector, cross-function, intra-business working groups and projects as assigned and needed.  May be required to take on special projects as assigned.

      ·       Provide back-up to other team members and business areas as needed.

      This position can be located in Fort Worth, TX, Fort Walton Beach, FL, or Roy, UT. 


      Job Title Import Export Anst Prin

      Postal Code 76107

      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

      ·       Requires a Bachelor's Degree and eight (8) years of experience OR equivalent related work experience

      ·       Must be eligible for DOD Secret Clearance; an Active DOD Secret Clearance is preferred  

      ·       Requires advanced working knowledge of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) to be able to research, analyze and interpret U.S. and Non-U.S. international trade regulations and laws (including ITAR, MTCR, EAR, OFAC, Customs) and in determining their effect on operations. 

      ·       ITAR agreements experience required – complete lifecycle of an agreement from creation to termination.

      ·       Experienced in exports of defense services, technical data, deemed exports.

      ·       Strong communication skills with the ability to interpret, understand and provide guidance to internal stakeholders on complex regulatory documents and applicable laws and regulations

      ·       Strong organizational skills with demonstrated experience managing multiple deadlines supporting regulatory requirements and business objectives

      ·       Ability to influence across functions and interact with individual at all levels

      ·       Detail oriented with a high degree of accuracy required

      ·       Excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills

      ·       Must be flexible in balancing independent work AND teamwork and support 

      ·       Must be able to prioritize, plan and analyze and execute multiple complex activities

      ·       Required to oversee, visit and audit other offices within their business area

      ·       May be assigned other duties and responsibilities to support other businesses and activities within the department

      ·       Travel may be required

      About BAE Systems Intelligence & Security

      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. Intelligence & Security (I&S), based in McLean, Virginia, designs and delivers advanced defense, intelligence, and security solutions that support the important missions of our customers. Our pride and dedication shows in everything we do—from intelligence analysis, cyber operations and IT expertise to systems development, systems integration, and operations and maintenance services. Knowing that our work enables the U.S. military and government to recognize, manage and defeat threats inspires us to push ourselves and our technologies to new levels. At BAE Systems, we celebrate the array of skills, experiences, and perspectives our employees bring to the table. For us, differences are a source of strength. We’re laser-focused on high performance, and we work hard every day to nurture an inclusive culture where all employees can innovate and thrive. Here, you will not only build your career, but you will also enjoy work-life balance, uncover new experiences, and collaborate with passionate colleagues.

      EEO Career Site

      Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities . females . veterans . individuals with disabilities . sexual orientation . gender identity . gender expression

      Department 0BEBB0_Export Compliance

      Company TST_BAE Systems Tech Sols&Svcs Inc

      Posting Requirements Internal/External

      Job Category Other Professionals

      Recruiter Holly McGurk

      ITAR: U.S. Citizen or Green Card Required Yes

      Business Area IS Staff

      Physical location of the job Hybrid

      Contact information:

      Holly McGurk

      Number: T: 301.862.9374 | M: 240.298.0520  


      Export Compliance & Licensing Specialist (Remote Option) Posted 4/11/2022

      Req #: 22-554
      Job Title: Export Compliance & Licensing Specialist (Remote Option)
      Work Location: Durham, NC or Remote

      Job Link to apply:

      At Wolfspeed, we do amazing things in a human way.

      We know that the achievements of our organization are due to the passion, hard work and creativity of our employees. We celebrate different perspectives to foster excellence across our organization, and our goal is to make diversity a foundation of what we do. We are proudly building an environment where you can bring your authentic self to work.

      • ·       Enjoy doing things that people say can’t be done? Innovation is at the center of everything we do.
      • ·       Hate red tape? We remove roadblocks instead of creating them.
      • ·       Working parent? We provide childcare assistance and paid parental leave.
      • ·       Student? We offer continuing education assistance.
      • ·       Looking for community? There are many ways to get involved, from Employee Resource Groups to local outreach.

      Here’s the Gist:

      Wolfspeed is in search of an Export Compliance & Licensing Specialist. This position will support Wolfspeed Inc.’s Global Trade Compliance (GTC) function. Duties will include export license management, shipment authorization, audits and other compliance activities within the organization.

      *Remote Option

      The Day-to-Day:

      • ·       Provide cross functional support gathering information to determine export licensing needs and utilize license exceptions when applicable
      • ·       Perform transaction due diligence and perform red flag analysis to evaluate any potential risks
      • ·       Review documentation to prepare complex license applications, monitor license applications and resolve any issues with licensing agent and customer service as needed. 
      • ·       Manage license activity, ensure all license conditions are completed and adhered to, perform license activity reviews to identify and resolve any discrepancies to prevent trade disruptions  
      • ·       Analyze and interpret export regulations (specifically Export Administration Regulations) and maintain current knowledge of changes and updates
      • ·       Support special projects as needed
      • ·       Assist with business to review and release export license order holds in timely manner

      This Job is Right for You if You Have (Minimum Requirements):

      • ·       Bachelor’s degree preferred
      • ·       2+ years related experience Export Administration Regulations; Commerce Control List licensing preferred
      • ·       Working knowledge of Export Control Classification Number classification process, experience with Chapter 3 – Electronics preferred
      • ·       Experience with International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is a plus
      • ·       Experience with OCR EASE preferred
      • ·       Detail oriented with ability to adapt and prioritize with changing situations
      • ·       Strong interpersonal communication skills to drive tasks to completion 
      • ·       Harmonized Tariff Classification experience preferred 
      • ·       Experience at a high-tech, defense contractor or semiconductor firm preferred
      • ·       Excellent communication and effective interpersonal skills
      • ·       Excellent organization, presentation and writing skills
      • ·       Attention to detail and are accurate in execution of any task
      • ·       Ability to complete complex tasks in creative and effective ways
      • ·       Exceptional critical thinking skills
      • ·       Ability to work autonomously, with minimal direction, and are self-motivated and results-driven
      • ·       Ability to work well in multidisciplinary teams and international environment

      This role may require additional duties and/or assignments as designated by management.

      REQ16245 Posted 4/6/2022

      Job Title:  Trade Compliance Operations Leader

      Work Location:  Elkridge, MD (Hybrid)

      Job Summary:

      The Site Trade Compliance Operations Leader is responsible for leading the successful implementation of Global Trade Compliance (GTC) requirements in functional areas at assigned FLIR facilities (e.g. contracts, order entry, supply chain, engineering, human resources, shipping). They will serve as the primary GTC liaison with facility leadership and operations and must be well rounded in all GTC disciplines to effectively drive compliance. This role will require high business acumen, active engagement, and forward-thinking involvement in business operations.  This unique partnership with FLIR’s operations is part of our strategic plan to make compliance in operations a strategic advantage.

      Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities:

      • Responsible for the implementation of site level compliance operations, standard practices, and training programs that align to corporate GTC program requirements, published policy documentation, and applicable regulations in coordination with corporate GTC staff, local site functional leadership and operations teams.

      • Ensure site level activities are compliant with policy and regulation and provide proactive, solution-oriented, daily operational guidance and internal customer support as necessary to facilitate compliant business transactions.

      • Support corporate initiatives and projects and routinely communicate with corporate GTC leadership to ensure effective program execution at sites.

      • Play a key role in the strategic planning process and execution of day-to-day activities at the facility level.

      • Proactively identify risks and compliance challenges that may arise and develop and monitor metrics and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to monitor the overall health of trade activities.

      • Responsible for working as a liaison between business operations and other GTC functions, including Customs, Licensing, Traffic, Investigations and Disclosures and may be required to lead compliance activities at assigned sites or at smaller, satellite facilities that do not have designated GTC compliance leads.

      • May participate in trade audit preparation activities and work with other site leads to drive consistency, where possible, in operating procedures.

      Job Qualifications:

      • Bachelor's degree or higher in a related discipline preferred.

      • 8-10 years of relevant experience in import & export controls in high technology, defense or aerospace environment.

      • Expert in ITAR and EAR regulations with extensive experience with Customs Regulations, Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Sanctions, Boycott Requirements, Dual Use and Multilateral Control Regimes.

      • Experience performing and reviewing jurisdiction and classification determinations for export purposes.

      • Previous experience in a similar capacity with a high tech/defense firm with large volumes and licensing agreements.

      • Proficient with Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, SharePoint).

      • Strong leadership skills with a willingness to lead, create new ideas, and be assertive.

      • Able to serve as a resource to others in the resolution of complex problems and issues.

      • Able to constructively work under stress/pressure when faced with multiple deadlines and workloads; able to make sound and timely business decisions.

      • Able to work independently and constructively with minimal supervision.

      • Strong time management, organization and program management skills.

      • Reputation for, and absolute commitment to, integrity and professionalism.

      • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and strong presentation skills.

      • Able and willing to travel up to 20% (post Covid).

      Applicants must be either a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, legal permanent resident, asylee, refugee or must be eligible to apply for and obtain the appropriate export control license from the U.S. Departments of State or Commerce.

      If interested, please apply here:

      Req #: 531715BR Posted 3/25/2022

      Job Title: Kyndryl - Trade Compliance Lead

      Work Location: Remote

      Job Description:

      Responsible for facilitating Kyndryl business by developing, implementing, and overseeing the maintenance of internal export/import controls to ensure compliance with U.S. government export/import regulations such as the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), U.S. Customs and Border Protection Regulations, Economic Embargo Regulations, Anti-boycott, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).  Support merger & acquisition initiatives, facilitate global logistics problems and issues and provide training & education to functional areas and business teams.

      Required Skills:

      Bachelor's Degree with 5+ years in a trade compliance position. Primary experience with ITAR regulations along with significant experience with EAR, OFAC, and US Customs regulations. 

      5+ experience with encryption and encryption controls. Some experience with Mergers & Acquisitions.

      Some experience with Global Logistics. Ability to conduct and manage audits and assessments and disclosures. 

      Experience in a large corporation.  Prior work experience working for a US Defense Contractor a plus.  Ability to manage assignments with limited or no direct supervision.

      Ability to manage daily trade compliance operations.

      Ability to analyze and solve highly complex problems.

      Ability to apply U.S. Government regulatory requirements in complex scenarios

      Specialized knowledge of multiple areas within U.S. Government regulations and business practices.

      Excellent oral and written communication skills

      Strong presentation skills especially in training and education.

      Ability to multi-task

      Ability to travel as necessary to support the functions of the job.

      Preferred Technical and Professional Experience:

      Experience with sanctions. 

      IT background.

      EU Trade Regulations

      Foreign Languages

      Preferred Education

      Master's Degree

      Apply for job here:

      Director, Research Compliance Posted 3/24/22

      Req# 497851

      Drexel University, Office of Research and Innovation, Philadelphia, PA

      About Drexel

      Drexel is one of Philadelphia's top 10 private employers, a comprehensive global research university and a major engine for economic development in the region. With over 24,000 students, Drexel is one of America's 15 largest private universities. Drexel has committed to being the nation’s most civically engaged university, with community partnerships integrated into every aspect of service and academics.

      Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that welcomes individuals from diverse and neurodiverse backgrounds and perspectives, and believes that an inclusive and respectful environment enriches the University community and the educational and employment experience of its members. The University prohibits discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, status as a veteran or special disabled veteran, gender identity or expression, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions and any other prohibited characteristic.

      Job Summary

      The Director of Research Compliance is committed to the highest standards of integrity to ensure that all research activities undertaken by faculty, staff and students will be conducted in accordance with strict ethical principles and in compliance with federal, state and institutional regulations and policies. Reporting to the Executive Vice Provost for Research & Innovation, the Director of Research Compliance is responsible for providing support and training to faculty, students and staff in order to meet these requirements and main a robust research compliance program. 

      Critical is the effective collaboration of the Director and research compliance staff with colleagues within the Office of Research & Innovation, especially the Office of Sponsored Programs and Applied Innovation (Technology Commercialization), as well as other relevant Drexel administrative office including the Office of Global Engagement, Office of Environmental Health & Safety, Office of Compliance, Privacy, & Internal Audit, Office of the General Counsel, and the Office of Finance & Treasury. This collaboration will help to ensure appropriate and coordinated responses, trainings, policies, and procedures.

      Essential Functions

      Provide expert/seasoned guidance, dissemination, support, and/or training in the following areas of research compliance

      • Federal regulations and guidelines
      • State regulations and guidelines
      • Sponsored terms and conditions
      • Export control
      • International collaborations
      • Conflicts of interest
      • Legal obligations related to sponsored research
      • Research integrity

      Lead and manage the compliance team including but not limited to:

      • Training/continued education
      • Mentoring
      • Career development
      • Team building and collaboration

      Develop processes/procedures and performance metrics to lead the operations of research compliance functions, including, but not limited to export control and foreign influence, institutional and financial conflicts of interest, dual use research of concern, and research integrity. This is accomplished by developing institutional policies, procedures, and performance metrics as they relate to research compliance according to federal regulations.

      Develop, maintain, oversee reporting and analysis related to compliance oversight. This includes ensuring that institutional documentation and records related to compliance functions as they impact the research enterprise, and other essential regulatory matters are kept current, that research administration systems and processes capture sufficient data and support or complement the compliance program and participate in continuous improvement initiatives.

      Serve as the Research Integrity Officer, responding and guiding research misconduct allegations, as well as fosters a Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) environment.

      Participate on/lead various committees, includes the Research Conflict of Interest Committee and International Research Risk Committee, and ad hoc task forces related to sponsored program compliance.

      Represent the Office of Research & Innovation and university at various meetings / conferences both locally and nationally

      Act as the point of contact with government agencies and other external stakeholders on matters related to research compliance

      Lead, participate and/or collaborate in internal and external audits and investigations, including the development and implementation of corrective action plans

      Required Qualifications

      • Bachelor's Degree or 10 years of work experience
      • A minimum of 7 years progressive work experience in three or more of the following areas: export control, sponsored projects, financial compliance, research administration, data management, conflict of interest in research administration, international collaborations, other research compliance related areas
      • Superior writing skills
      • Management expertise
      • Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Excel, Teams
      • Comfort working in a hybrid environment
      • Ability to pivot in an actively changing environment
      • Advanced knowledge:
        • Federal research regulations including but not limited to OMB Uniform Guidance 2 CFR Part 200 along with applicable international, state, and local regulations
        • Export control regulations specifically the US Department of State Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, US Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security, and US Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control
        • Conflict of interest in research
        • Fundamental research

      Preferred Qualifications

      • Master’s Degree or JD in related field 
      • Advanced knowledge of privacy regulations, specifically as they relate to human subject research compliance


      Remote/University City, Philadelphia, PA – eligible for Hybrid Work Schedule

      Additional Information

      This position is classified as Exempt with a salary grade of N. For more information regarding Drexel’s Professional Staff salary structure,

      Special Instructions to the Applicant

      All interested applicants should apply through Drexel Careers:

      Please make sure you upload your CV/resume and cover letter when submitting your application.

      Review of applicants will begin once a suitable candidate pool is identified.

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