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Trade Control Specialist

Company Boeing Australia Holdings Proprietary Limited Job ID 1700015249 Date posted 09/25/2017
Location Port Melbourne Victoria Australia
Job Description
The Trade Control Specialist will be responsible for providing Boeing entities across Melbourne, Australia with regulatory requirements, implementing internal controls for trade control compliance, directing trade control activity and acting as Boeing's liaison with government agencies for trade control-related issues.
Knowledge of Australian Customs and export controls regulations required.
The Trade Control Specialist will provide guidance on matters of import and export and customs processes and will need to have an understanding of commercial invoices, HTS classifications, and customs entries as well as an understanding of dual use controls, licensing and their impact on movement of goods. It would be beneficial if the TCS has knowledge of US EAR and/or ITAR controls, but it is not a requirement.
A Boeing Global Trade Controls Specialist may be required to:
  • Conduct global regulatory and statutory trade control requirements, interpretation and impact analysis.
  • Identify, document, develop, plan and execute solutions in support of enterprise compliance risk management objectives.
  • Research and identify regulatory and legislative requirements. Develop and deploy enterprise processes and procedures and identifies potential implications to business objectives and future opportunities.
  • Interface and provide comprehensive regulatory solutions to key stakeholders to enhance strategic alliances.
Key Responsibilities:
Primary Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Offers daily guidance to local entities on regulatory trade compliance issues and areas of risk
  • Identifies, documents, develops plans and executes solutions in support of enterprise compliance risk management objectives
  • Researches and identifies regulatory and legislative requirements, and identify potential implications to business objectives and future opportunities, performing preliminary analyses.
  • Develops and deploys enterprise processes and procedures and identifies potential implications to business objectives
  • Interfaces and provides comprehensive regulatory solutions to key stakeholders to enhance strategic alliances. Participate in the partnering with regulators in a collaborative environment to develop mutually beneficial global trade control solutions.
  • Supports government audits and leads audit preparation work.
  • Establish and maintains a strong working relationship with entity representatives, functional leaders, and customs brokers in the region
  • Identify, document, develop and deploy regulatory documentation for established customer with known policy issues impacting multiple programs, agencies and authorization types.
  • Conducts or supports assessments of operational compliance on entities and customs brokers
  • Supports the Regional trade control colleagues in region, as well as US colleagues on specific trade control projects
  • Supports development of training materials.
  • Compares, updates and/or drafts standard submission packages in support of regulatory compliance requirements.


Relocation Assistance Available
No. Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit.

Basic Qualifications:
  • Typically 6 or more years of professional experience.
  • Strong understanding of Australian customs controls and/or export controls
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Degree Level Education preferred
  • Self-starter able to work complex issues across programs, functional teams and time zones; possess high ethics and have a demonstrated record of working successfully in a time-constrained environment.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and work well in a virtual, collaborative environment.
  • Good judgment, extreme discretion
  • U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR) knowledge
Boeing employs more than 3,000 people in Australia bringing the best of Boeing and industry together to deliver world-best capabilities and systems. Our people are innovative, ethical and have the critical skills to deliver world class solutions.  

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