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Trade Compliance Analyst

  • Internship
  • Fairfax ( Linn )
  • Energy / Materials / Mechanics

Job description

Job Description

Trade Compliance Analyst

Position Description
The Trade Compliance Analyst will work as part of the Trade Compliance team to ensure adherence to trade compliance policies, procedures, and best practices and manage export authorizations in accordance with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). As a member of the Trade Compliance team, the Trade Compliance Analyst will be involved in all phases of export and import transactions.

Your future duties and responsibilities
Specifically, the Trade Compliance Officers will: work cooperatively and proactively across functional areas to ensure compliance with all U.S. export laws, rules, and regulations; classify products and programs for export classification, prepare complete import/export license applications and applications for Agreements; review and authorize the use of appropriate ITAR exemptions and EAR exceptions; track status of all export authorization requests through Government approval and ensure proper recordkeeping; brief employees on license/agreement provisos/limitations and scope; prepare export paperwork; work closely with freight forwarders to ensure timely and compliant export shipments; work closely with customs brokers to ensure timely and compliant imports and prepare any required documents for imports; assist with compliance assessments, reviews, and audits; provide guidance to assigned areas regarding trade compliance regulations and policies/procedures; work with business development to strategize plans for trade shows/demonstrations and required licenses; and conduct trade compliance training.

Required qualifications to be successful in this role
The successful candidate should have an associate’s degree or equivalent work experience and 3 years of export licensing and compliance experience at a federal government contractor. The successful candidate must have: (1) a working knowledge of export and import practices and the ITAR, EAR, BATFE, OFAC and U.S. Customs regulations; (2) experience with classification of products and programs for export, specifically with encryption; (3) a demonstrated ability to integrate with and support business operations; and (4) the ability to multi-task and work across functional lines. Finally, the successful candidate must be a U.S. citizen and have excellent references; (5) an Associates degree plus 3 years of experience or equivalent experience in lieu of education; (6) the ability to obtain a government security clearance once on board.


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