PCC Aerostructures is a leading supplier of complex components and assemblies to the global aerospace industry.
PCC Aerostructures now includes 37 plants in the U.S, Europe and Asia with over 5,500 employees and has ambitious growth plans. Businesses within PCC Aerostructures include Primus International, SPS Aerostructures, Centra, Avibank and AVK, Klune, ProCoat, Southwest United Industries, Progressive Incorporated, Synchronous, and Kalistrut. Plants locations include Washington, Utah, California, Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Ohio, Canada, Mexico, the UK and China.
The Regional Facilities Compliance Officer (RFCO) is responsible for overall Trade Compliance at multiple Midwest manufacturing sites. The RFCO ensures the compliance of all Export/Import laws and regulations and that all assigned sites are abiding by these laws, PCC Corporate directives, policies, and procedures. The incumbent will spearhead development of standardized shipping processes for all ITAR controlled product for PCC US Aerostructures facilities as identified by the Trade Compliance Manager.
***This position has flexibility to be located in either Wichita, Kansas, or Tulsa, Oklahoma.
• Inquire into any aspect of an export proposed by the facility
• Verify the legality of the transaction and the accuracy of the information to be submitted or filed on the company’s behalf
• Stop any exportation believed not to be in total compliance with the applicable laws, regulations, or PCC’s internal policies and procedures
• Investigate and report internally upon any suspected violation of United States export control laws and regulations
Knowledge, Skills, and Ability:
RFCO will have a sound working knowledge of the following subject matter areas and their relevance to the FCO’s facility may require internal and external training to ensure compliance with the below functions:
- Have familiarity with the contents of the U.S. Export Compliance Manual/Handbook
- Know the difference between the EAR and ITAR and where to access the regulations
- Know how to classify a part for export controls---ECCN or USML
- Know how to access Commerce Control List (CCL), determine ECCN, associated reasons for control, and if a license is required through consultation of Commerce Country Chart; know how to evaluate and apply any applicable exceptions available in the EAR.
- Know how to access the United States Munitions List (USML) and determine the appropriate USML category; know how to evaluate and apply any applicable license exemptions.
- Know how to determine Schedule B and HTS numbers
- Know how to find the nine different restricted party lists and know how to screen an entity against those lists for prohibitions and restrictions
- Have awareness of the Ten General Prohibitions (EAR Part 736)
- Have awareness of the ITAR Canadian exemption and how and whether it applies to your facility’s operations
- Have awareness of the ITAR and BIS temporary import and subsequent re-export exemptions associated with Returned Goods
- Have a familiarity with all foreign national, non-U.S. persons working in your facility, their basic job responsibilities, and whether there are any deemed export risks (unauthorized transfers or access of export controlled technical data, including drawings, product specifications, engineering and development information)
- Have a working knowledge of what technical data is considered controlled and must be restricted; know the controls implemented at the facility to restrict unauthorized export of that data, including a familiarity with the facility’s Technology Control Plan, if applicable
- Ability to conduct trainings for individuals or group
Qualifications and Experience:
• Strong knowledge of Trade Compliance in a heavy industrial environment and performed duties as either a Primary or Alternate Facilities Compliance Officer
• Have the ability to travel within Canada, Mexico, and the U.S.
• Working knowledge of all Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Our organization has a responsibility to comply with all applicable requirements set forth by International Traffic Arms Regulations (“ITAR”, 22 CFR 120-130). As such, this position may have access to ITAR controlled information and must meet eligibility requirements to work in the United States.
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