We have exciting opportunity for an experienced Consulting level Global Trade Licensing Analyst (Authorization Owner)to join our Raytheon Company, Integrated Defense Systems (IDS). This opportunity provides exposure and visibility in the field of Global Trade Licensing and its strategic impact on global success.
This position reports to the Sr. Manager, Global Trade Licensing for the Mission Systems and Sensors (MSS) business unit and will be located in Woburn, MA. The Authorization Owner will be responsible for the management of authorizations under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Office of Foreign Assets Control Regulations (OFAC) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), and working with the Global Trade Managers to develop export and import strategies to support international programs and capture efforts. Work closely with internal customers to develop export and import approvals that allow for the efficient export of technology, technical data, hardware, and services. Apply international trade regulations to real-life situations to enable international business to support programs. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a high-energy, fast-paced environment, developing relationships with internal customers and collaborating with multiple business functions for success.
Please note that this role will be filled at Salary grade level G11. Capped budget relocation ($15,000.00) is available for the selected applicant if they are eligible per Company policy.
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Responsible to manage day-to-day execution of Agreements under oversight by a Global Trade Manager and is accountable for ensuring compliance for all activities under the Agreement.
- Assists in identifying compliance concerns to the Manager, GT Operations Compliance, identifies errors and areas requiring improvement, and implements corrective actions to resolve problems.
- Gathers accurate information from potential foreign licensees in conjunction with Contracts, Supply Chain Management, Business Development / Capture Managers and / or Program Management as needed.
- Furnishes to the Global Trade Manager (Empowered Official) all information that is required to submit an Agreement / Amendment / Rebase line application to DDTC.
- Preparing and submitting license applications, Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA), Manufacturing License Agreements (MLA) and other authorization requests to the U.S. Department of State Office of Defense Trade Control Licensing, and U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security and providing status updates to the programs/requestors.
- Ensure review of the draft Agreement / Amendment with the applicable Business Unit functions and the foreign licensees prior to submission.
- Obtains signed Agreements and other documentations from foreign licensees (e.g., DSP-83s and ITAR NDAs signed by their Sub licensees and DN / TCN employees for both foreign licensees and sub licensees, as required) as applicable from customers, prime contractors or parties and provides to Global Trade for record keeping in RGEMS.
- Monitors changes to authorization of any changes affecting the authorization upon knowledge of the change.
- Ensure authorization revalidation surveys and hardware surveys are completed timely and accurately by programs and hardware custodians.
- Initiate, gather information on, and coordinate with functions, Global Trade and trade counsel Part 130 processing and reporting to include supplemental reports.
- Tracks employees performing activities authorized under the authorization and ensures those employees have reviewed and acknowledged in writing the Raytheon Authorization Management Plan (RAMP) in Raytheon Global Export Management System (RGEMS) prior to use of the authorization.
- Identifies and documents approved transfer mechanisms and ensures records of all export transactions (e.g., technical data exports and defense services) are maintained and documented within RGEMS or in accordance with EXIM approved record keeping processes.
- Providing consistent interpretation of Customs Regulations, ITAR, EAR, OFAC, ATF, and Foreign Trade Statistical Regulations to Business Unit employees.
- Assisting with the development of authorization strategies for the international marketing, sales, support, offshoreprocurement and manufacturing of defense and dual use articles.
- Developing and delivering training as required for employees engaged in international business activities.
- 8+ years export / import or legal related experience and application of regulations (ITAR, EAR, Customs)
- 10 years total professional experience.
- Experience with DSP licenses, TAA and MLA preparation/administration/submittal
- Ability to obtain a US DoD Secret Security Clearance, except in rare cases, only US Citizens are eligible for US Secret Security Clearance.
- 8 years of experience in the application of regulations (ITAR, EAR, Customs) in high volume environments
- Current Active DoD Security Clearance
- Empowered Official (EO) in most recent position
- Experience with OCR EASE Software
- Demonstrates the ability to analyze and solve complex problems
- Application of basic business principles and concepts
- Ability to travel as necessary
- Demonstrated ability to participate in multi-functional teams working on export/import issues with an ability to drive issues to conclusions
- Attention to detail and follow through on assignments
- Bachelor’s Degree with major in any type of critical thinking/writing/research curriculum such as but not limited to: business administration, international relations, political science, history
- Please note that applicants with significant & directly applicable high level work experience in Global Trade Licensing will be considered at the hiring manager’s discretion if they have not completed requirements for a college degree.
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