Export Control Manager
- Military veterans preferred
2019-09-04 Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)
Job Title: Export Control Manager Req ID: 146798BR Locations: Broughton or Waddington (other locations may be considered)
Summary of Role
Raytheon UK are seeking an Export Control Manager to support the management of all aspects of UK and US Export compliance and, as required, the export regulations of other countries as they relate to Raytheon UK (RUK) day to day activities within all the key business area. As Export Control Manager you will also perform the role of Non-US Empowered Official (NEO) in respect of US Export Control Agreements and Licenses. This role will report into the Export Controls Manager –Team Leader.
Travel within and outside of the UK will be required of this role.
Support of Global Trade (GT) activity associated with all business areas.
Dissemination and briefing of all Raytheon UK domestic and international Policies and Procedures to deliver world class export controls compliantly.
Support export classification of contract deliverables.
Managing the implementation, creation, maintenance and authorisation of Agreement Export / Import Compliance Plans (AEICPs) by the business area.
Commercial management / preparation of all necessary licences and documentation to ensure deliveries are made in a timely, cost-effective and compliant manner, including technology transfers requests, F680’s or F1686’s.
Management of complex agreements (MLA’s, TAA’s, CA’s etc.,) including sub-licensee and NDA reviews, approval of DN/TCN activity, and ensuring all activities undertaken are authorised under the relevant agreement.
Support the implementation of mandatory group export control training at awareness, enhanced and advanced level devised, created, implemented, delivered and continually improved in line with requirements.
Working with the business on new and existing opportunities and effectively manage all GT obligations relating to the business area.
Provide awareness training to external customers, suppliers, sub licensees and sub tier sub licensees, as required.
Support to the business area management leadership team.
Attend and support Stage Gate reviews for all key business areas as requested.
Provide expert guidance across the business area to ensure compliance with UK Export and Import regulations and US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
Provide guidance and advice to other members of staff as well as functional and programme offices.
Undertaking Internal Audits and where issues are found liaise with appropriate business area and assist with corrective action plan to ensure company compliance.
Track and monitor corrective actions resulting from self-assessments and audits.
Support investigations relating to potential compliance breaches and assist in the preparation of any resulting incident reports to GT and RUK Legal Department.
Managing and generating reports and performance metrics.
Support the Head of GT Operations on specific projects as requested.
Support trade compliance goals and objectives.
Support the development of improved processes using Six Sigma and other lean tools
Extensive knowledge of U.K. Export Licensing Regulations, U.S. ITAR/EAR regulations and shipping procedures
Knowledge in corporate compliance investigations, EXIM licensing, customs and border enforcement, global trade operations, and relevant regulatory regimes
Demonstrated knowledge of industry best practices on EXIM processes
Excellent interpersonal, communication and writing skills and the ability to learn quickly, work independently with minimal supervision, manage and prioritize multiple complex tasks and lead intermediate projects and investigations in a team environment
Demonstrated ability to engage RUK business leaders to drive cross-functional implementation of new procedural solutions and work instructions in a timely and efficient manner
Proactive, well organised with ability to effectively manage volume and prioritise accordingly
Sound judgment and meticulous attention to detail
Excellent leadership skills and ability to provide effective advice and counsel on EXIM matters
Computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft Office products, EXIM and Global Trade tools and programmes
All round business commercial awareness
Strong team player
Awareness and understanding of Business Agreements
All round business commercial awareness
Current holder of or eligibility to obtain MoD SC Level Security Clearance
Degree or equivalent relevant qualification (Preferred qualifications include Cranfield University Level 4 MSc accredited module in Political, Legal and Ethical frameworks of Defence with a focus on Strategic Export Controls or Graduate Member of Institute of Export or similar)