Jacobs Trade Compliance Coordinator in HOUSTON, Texas
Responsible for the development and maintenance of trade compliance policies and operational procedures and updates them according to the regulatory changes brought about by the US government and other procedural changes that apply to export compliance.
Provide guidance on decisions that have import/export regulatory impact.
Conduct training programs on export control, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), International Travel and related issues, including embargoed and sanctioned countries
Managing and continued implementation of effective export compliance programs under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), establishing Project Technology Control Plans; determining the Export Control Classification Number (ECCN); determining licensing exceptions or requirements for Temporary Exports and Permanent Exports; screening end users, end use and countries for exported technology; screening subcontractors and visitors to controlled facilities; determining International travel requirements including those for embargoed and sanctioned countries; establishing procedures for documenting and monitoring on-going projects as required by the regulations; and drafting and maintaining a manual of standard operating procedures to provide consistency and compliance for all offices involved in exports and travel matters.
Draft and submit license applications when necessary.
Act as liaison and coordinator for export-related and travel matters between the various offices within Jacobs.
Serve as Jacobs liaison with Departments of Commerce, State Department and Treasury or any other federal agency in regard to export-related matters and travel to embargoed and sanctioned countries.
Audits export/import files and records in accordance with U.S. Government export/import regulations and Company policies.
Analyzes reports and metrics pertaining to various elements of the export/import process, and reports out on trends, areas of concern and opportunities for improvement.
A bachelor's degree and a minimum of five years of experience with export laws and regulations while working with internal and external legal counsel and comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of export-import regulations.
Demonstrated leadership skills
Candidate must be U.S. Citizenship
Strong data analytics and problem solving skills
Effective communication and interpersonal skills – written and oral presentation
Customs Broker License preferred
Title: Trade Compliance Coordinator
Location: United States-Texas-Houston
Requisition ID: REF00008A