Export Compliance Officer - 10443BR
Export Compliance Officer
- Coordinates export control assessments, license determinations, and documentation, and drafts correspondence with federal agencies and serves as an empowered official for license applications.
- Conducts restricted party screenings and assists with product/technology classifications, makes license determinations.
- Provides specialized reviews of university activities that have export control implications, including foreign travel and fieldwork, foreign visitor and visa screening, physical exports, research restrictions, international collaborations, certain purchases and agreements.
- Determines export licensing requirements for items, technology and technical data, supplied by third parties, or created during the course of university activities, and technical assistance or defense services provided during the course of university activities.
- Consults and advises researchers and administrators on export control issues in conjunction with the Office of General Counsel and outside counsel, when necessary
- Drafts and submits for the empowered official’s signature export license applications, commodity jurisdiction or classification, and advisory opinion requests to federal agencies. Maintains documentation and submits required periodic reports to federal agencies.
- Develops, provides briefings for, tracks, and ensures compliance with necessary technology control plans.
- Provides guidance and assistance pertaining to other U.S. international shipping regulations and requirements and destination country import regulations.
40% Management of Compliance Programs
- Implements the export management programs.
- Advises on the development and maintenance of university policies and procedures to ensure consistency and compliance with federal regulations governing export control and interactions with embargoed or sanctioned countries.
- Monitor and analyze export control regulatory developments and propose program changes, as needed, to address the University’s export compliance needs.
- Coordinate with campus partners to identify export control risks and implement solutions to address such risks.
15% Training and Outreach
- Implements training for faculty and staff regarding export controls, procedures for exports and deemed exports, restricted party screening, technology control plans, interactions with embargoed or sanctioned countries, and reporting of suspected violations.
- Conducts periodic campus-wide assessment and audit of export control-related activities and risks.
5% Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree.
- Five years export licensing and compliance experience in interpretation of export control regulations and classification and licensing determinations regarding controlled items and technologies.
- Program Management experience
- Eligibility and ability to receive and maintain a minimum of a U.S. government Secret security clearance (U.S. citizenship required).
- Demonstrated ability to establish positive working relationships regarding compliance with all levels of organizational personnel.
- Must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident to comply with ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) requirements.
- J.D. or master’s degree.
- Experience with provisions for “fundamental research” in an academic setting.
- Seven years direct export licensing and compliance experience in interpretation of export control regulations and classification and licensing determinations regarding controlled items and technologies.
- Previous experience in supervising personnel.
- Current government security clearance.
Additional Candidate Instructions
Review of applications will begin January 4, 2018 and will continue until positions are filled.