• Trade Compliance Officer

    Location US-TX-Fort Worth
    Posted Date 2 months ago(2/27/2018 6:09 PM)
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  • Overview

    Elbit Systems of America’s Trade Compliance Officer is responsible for providing substantive trade compliance guidance and support to the entire company. Serving as a key representative within the company’s trade compliance program, reporting to the Director, Trade Compliance, this role’s primary duty is to support compliance initiatives and lead the function’s move toward greater automation.


    • Actively manage development and implementation of automation solutions across the export licensing, agreements, export and import clearance processes, and other trade compliance-related areas
    • Support and manage the roll-out of the new company-wide ERP solution from a trade compliance perspective
    • Build a new trade compliance training package for distribution across the company
    • Provide primary ownership of the company’s Denied Parties Screening processes
    • Further develop and cultivate subject matter expertise in various relevant trade compliance laws and regulations, including the ITAR, Export Administration Regulations, Office of Foreign Asset Control Regulations, U.S. Customs Regulations, ATF Regulations and applicable foreign trade control regulations
    • Work with internal program personnel to support and facilitate their international export/import needs
    • Maintain records in accordance with applicable laws and regulations
    • Actively participate in the company’s internal trade compliance audit program
    • Provide guidance and training to company personnel
    • Other trade compliance-related duties, as assigned


    • A Bachelor's Degree and 3-5 years in trade compliance focused business process automation or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of various PC software applications is required. Ability to work independently, with minimal follow-up and guidance.
    • Previous experience with automation tools and technology required
    • USML and ECCN classification and licensing experience preferred
    • Experience with U.S. Customs requirements preferred


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