Job Description:The Export Control Officer (ECO) will execute and manage EASi’s export control compliance program. The ECO will lead in providing technical oversight for the managing, implementing, and promoting of export control requirements. The role will partner closely with key business partners and stakeholders to understand client and regulatory requirements and will ensure EASi can support proposed controlled work. This position will review contracts, Statements of Work (SOWs), Request for Proposal (RFPs) and other documents and engage in client discussions to define export control requirements and EASi’s responsibilities in compliantly performing and delivering work. The ECO will promote general export control awareness and will actively work with teams engaged in controlled work. The ECO must be knowledgeable of and stay current on federal rule changes that impact International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and other governmental regulations related to Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). The position also partners with other operating companies and Allegis to maintain enterprise export control compliance. Essential Functions:+ Collaborate with cross-functional team members including information security, privacy, finance, business development, contracts, and other compliance functions to manage an effective trade compliance program. + Provide subject matter expertise as a trusted adviser to enable the business while maintaining compliance. + Assist with the verification of citizenship to control deemed exports.+ Maintain the EASi Technology Control Plan (TCP) and enforce relevant policies at local offices. + Conduct compliance audits defined in the TCP. + Develop and deliver ITAR/EAR compliance related training materials ad hoc and through the learning management system.+ Review proposals and contracts to identify export control requirements and assess ability to comply. + Assess technology, software, systems, and technical data within controlled workspaces to ensure compliance.+ Determine any licensing requirements from the Department of State’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security, or other government agencies and assist in drafting license applications. + Guide business stakeholders in maintaining export control records.+ Inform company leadership of relevant export control activities or changes. + Partner with business development and practice teams when pursuing opportunities. + Develop and implement procedures to effectively manage export control activities.+ Review proposed contract language and suggest revisions as needed to protect company interests.+ Conduct assessments of project specific requirements to ensure proper export control compliance is implemented as required. + Identify ITAR and EAR exemptions and exceptions when necessary. + Serve as Empowered Official responsible for applying for and maintaining applicable export licenses from the Department of State. Qualifications:+ Bachelor’s degree + 2+ years of Export Controls experience, including knowledge of the Export Administration Regulations (“EAR”) and International Traffic in Arms Regulation (“ITAR”); + 1+ year of government contracting experience, with knowledge of government contracting regulations (i.e., FAR/DFAR) and government contract compliance preferred+ Skill in setting priorities which accurately reflect the relative importance of job responsibilities+ Ability and willingness to learn complicated government regulations+ Excellent written and verbal communications skills+ Strong problem solving, analytical and project management skills+ Ability to discuss with, and provide, guidance to executives, leadership and front-line employeesAbout EASi:Amazing begins here. EASi is a leading global services company specializing in engineering and sciences. For more than 35 years, EASi has delivered critical services across a range of industries, including energy and utilities, transportation, heavy equipment, consumer and industrial products, medical devices, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, as well as academic and health care research. By adapting to the constantly evolving needs of our customers, we have built specialized expertise and a multidisciplinary perspective – leveraging cutting-edge technology and processes – to constantly improve and innovate. Through EASi’s flexible solutions and consultative approach, customers in engineering and sciences can expect unparalleled quality, increased speed to market and collaborative customer engagement services.Headquartered in Hanover, Maryland, EASi has 3,700 dedicated employees across North America, Europe and Asia. EASi is an Aerotek company, a leader in the recruiting and staffing industry. Aerotek is an operating company of Allegis Group® Inc., a global leader in talent solutions. To learn more about EASi, visit EASi.com.The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.Tracking

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