Delaware Nation Industries, Inc

Compliance Analyst IV

Job Locations US-Washington DC
ID
2022-1471
Category
Field Employee

Overview

The United States Department of State, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Office of the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (PM-DDTC) is responsible for the regulation of defense trade through the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and its implementing regulations, the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). DDTC regulates temporary and permanent exports and the temporary import of defense articles, defense services, and technical data involving items on the United States Munitions List (USML). DDTC regulates the brokering of defense articles, defense services, and technical data. DDTC maintains the registration of manufacturers, exporters and brokers and issues export authorizations. DDTC administers the commodity jurisdiction process, a formal USG decision process to determine which specific items are controlled by the USML or by the Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations. DDTC ensures compliance with the ITAR and AECA through its support of criminal enforcement actions undertaken by the Department of Justice, civil enforcement actions initiated in-house, disclosure program through which companies are encouraged to report violations they have discovered, and pre- and post-license checks to confirm that goods are being shipped as authorized by the export license.

Responsibilities

  • Level IV works under Administrative Supervision: The government sets the overall objectives and resources available. The government and contractor, in consultation, develop deadlines, projects, and work accomplishments. The contractor plans and carries out the assignment, resolves most of the conflicts, coordinates work with others and interprets policy on own initiative. The contractor keeps the government informed of progress, potentially controversial matters, or important issues.
  • Demonstrates the abilities to perform all of the duties of a Level I, II, and In addition, must be able to perform the following duties listed below within the required amount of supervision for consideration at Level IV.
  • Provides expertise on special projects, advising senior management and law enforcement agencies on foreign policy issues and national security implications of administrative compliance investigations, criminal enforcement activities, and registration issues regarding parties involved in defense trade
  • Works to manage the registration of exporters, manufacturers, and brokers under Parts 122 and 129 of the ITAR. Helps design and implements office policies and procedures for review of information submitted by registrants to meet the requirements of 2 concerning criminal violations or indictments under relevant statutes (120.27), as well as foreign ownership and control, and notices of changes submitted as required under 122.4 concerning foreign ownership and control.
  • With input from senior staff, manages administrative compliance cases, enforcement procedures, and investigations and remedies, including facilitating administrative hearings to address civil charges involving export control violations and preparing consent agreements on behalf of the Department, which may involve extensive coordination with other Federal agencies. Develops, as necessary, proposals for special compliance activities and reviews.
  • Helps ensure that substantive and facilitative services provided by and for DTCC and its staff are supportive of operational needs and requirements.
  • Interprets and applies legislative and regulatory material in order to make decisions and recommendations of general and specific applicability concerning compliance with the AECA/ITAR. Reviews and proposes revisions to legal authorities to enhance clarity, accuracy, and effectiveness with respect to compliance concerns.
  • Performs analyses and identifies trends associated with registration, brokering, manufacturing, exports, retransfers, temporary imports and other activities implicating compliance with U.S. export laws and regulations.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree or combination of post- high school education and experience with over seven (7) years of industry or government experience in ITAR compliance, or civil or criminal enforcement of the AECA/ITAR.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and presentation The candidate should be prepared to provide writing samples.
  • Establish priorities and organize a variety of activities, often on a simultaneous
  • Interact with personnel at all grade
  • Work under pressure of short, rigid deadlines and time
  • Has working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite programs and be able to operate all office equipment including but not limited to: telephones, copy machines, fax machines, scanners, printers, and computers
  • May be required to travel within domestic and/or
  • Requires at the minimum, a security clearance of Secret with the ability to obtain a Top Secret or Top Secret/SCI at the request of the COR.

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