International Trade Compliance Analyst (Telework Options Available)

Clearance Level
None
Category
International Trade Compliance
Location
Washington, District of Columbia

REQ#: RQ108427

Travel Required: 10-25%
Requisition Type: Regular

PLACE OF PERFORMANCE

  • NASA Headquarters, Science Mission Directorate (SMD), 300 E Street SW, Washington DC 20546 with ability to telework.
PRIMARY DUTIES
  • Work closely with program personnel, Headquarters and Center Export Administrator office staff, and relevant Center supporting offices to develop, document, and implement processes to ensure that activities and programs operate in accordance with federal export and import laws and regulations, as well as, applicable NASA export and import related directives, policy requirements, and instructions,
  • For programs/projects involving multiple NASA Centers, develop a written and approved plan on how export control functions and responsibilities cutting across Centers will be handled and coordinated,
  • Ensure all key export and import milestones are listed on the detailed program schedule(s) (e.g., export shipments/transfers, need dates for agreements, meetings/reviews with foreign nationals, license application need dates and application submission dates, and need dates for use of exemptions or exceptions),
  • Develop and maintain a program catalog of jurisdiction and classification determinations,
  • Prepare export and import license applications and program requests for use of export exemptions and exceptions and maintain master library of program export authorizations and international agreements and all hardware, software, firmware, technical data, and technology exported by NASA,
  • Conduct/assist with jurisdiction and classification of hardware, software, firmware, technical data, and technology and maintain master library of these determinations,
  • Assist with preparing for and execution of meetings and reviews with foreign national participation, including creating and maintaining Technology Security Plans (TSPs) and/or Technology Transfer Control Plans (TTCPs),
  • Prepare, coordinate, and finalize export control presentations and other documents as required to coordinate with the U.S. Interagency export community,
  • Coordinate NASA’s international hardware shipments and technical data transfers for the program/project,
  • Create program unique training and maintain a library of export-import training materials,
  • Ensure program documents and data exports are properly marked from an export compliance perspective,
  • Coordinate program/project media events and tours at NASA facilities, and
  • Process Foreign National Visits and ensure those involved with the visit understand their hosting/escort responsibilities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
  • Ability to be granted a SECRET level security clearance,
  • B.S. degree or the equivalent combination of education, technical training, or work/military experience,
  • Minimum of ten (10) years of overall experience, including:
    • At least five (5) years with ITAR and/or EAR Export Compliance,
    • At least three (3) years of experience with spacecraft systems, and
    • At least three (3) years of experience with Microsoft suite of office programs.
  • Professional well-mannered team player; excellent social, oral and written communication skills, and
  • Proactive, attention-to-detail, self-driven, and able to work well among a diverse group of colleagues and managers.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • At least three (3) years of experience with NASA spacecraft programs that have significant international participation,
  • Advanced degree (Master’s or higher) in an aerospace related discipline, or an advanced degree (Master’s or higher) in a technical field,
  • Active, or expired (less than five years) export compliance “certification” (e.g., CUSECO, ITAR Professional, empowered official) or the equivalent combination of education, compliance training, or work/military experience, and
  • SECRET level security clearance.

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