|Job Ref:||8585||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Country:||United States||County/State:||Connecticut||City:||Groton||Address:||Post Date:||20/10/2016 05:12|
Electric Boat Corporation is seeking an export compliance professional to work within the Legal Department and support the licensing and compliance needs of multiple programs. The chosen applicant will:|
• Work closely with the Materials Management organization and respective program offices to ensure the company meets or exceeds all export compliance requirements as stated under Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), company and corporate policies, as well as specific U.S. government contract and/or program requirements.
• Prepare export license applications for hardware, services and technical data to support procurements in support of US Government programs and contracts, and ensure that licenses, including TAAs and MLAs, match business requirements. This includes attention to detail in the preparation of license applications, a solid understanding of program needs and requirements, adherence to scope and provisos/conditions (restrictions) stipulated on license authorizations, and maintenance of accurate and complete records of license transactions.
• Coordinate with Contracts to ensure compliance with export requirements prior to initial foreign contact, through the proposal and contracting phases. Coordinate closely with buyers to ensure that appropriate terms and conditions and standard clauses are applied to purchase orders.
• Coordinate with vendors on commodity classification determinations. Prepare Commodity Jurisdiction and Commodity Classification requests. Classify products according to HTS/Schedule B.
• Work with appropriate personnel to determine ITAR and EAR jurisdiction and to determine appropriate export classification (USML category or ECCN) for both hardware and technology.
• Assist License Managers with the development of export classification databases and instruct personnel on the licensing ramifications of classifications.
• Provide guidance concerning the requirements and obligations of exporting under ITAR, Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Regulations, other U.S. and non-U.S. export laws/requirements and certain U.S. Government Programs, including the Polaris Sales Agreement.
• Support the implementation and maintenance of corporate best practices and guidelines. Review business practices and draft/improve department and program instructions, procedures, and forms necessary to ensure compliance and to ensure that requirements are incorporated into local work instructions.
• Conduct export compliance training and answer day-to-day export compliance questions. Monitor export regulations and business activities to determine export compliance procedure and licensing impact.
• Participate in and/or conduct internal audits of export documents, processes and procedures. Investigate suspected export violations as required.
• Coordinate with traffic and logistics to ensure accurate completion of export/import documentation and to ensure that material shipment schedules are met in support of contract requirements.