Located in Orlando, Florida, this position will assist with the day-to-day team operations of the Office of Export Controls Compliance, to include institutional compliance with laws and regulations related to export control, foreign engagements, and technology transfer. Serves as a subject matter expert for the university community on export control and international trade laws and regulations in accordance with UCF Policy 4-209. This position requires intermediate knowledge of U.S. export control laws.
Perform supervised regulatory research on issues related to export controls and issue regulatory and compliance guidance on the day-to-day operation and implementation of the University's export control compliance program.
Draft and implement compliance protocols under supervision on export-controlled sponsored programs, and other activities requiring export compliance. This task includes: technology classification, the identification of restrictions, verifying personnel, determining licensing requirements, and assisting in the creation of technology control plans.
Implement, coordinate, and conduct monitoring of implemented technology control plans.
Review University agreements and suggest contractual language modifications to those agreements and analyze any export control implications. Agreements include, but are not limited to, research agreements, sole source purchase agreements, IP agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and material transfer agreements.
Assist in implementing additional export control requirements including obtaining information required for processing export licenses, drafting exemption certificates; conducting post-award compliance monitoring; monitoring approved restricted research participants and assisting in obtaining prepublication approval of restricted research results.
Conduct export control training sessions for UCF faculty, staff and students and cross trains with the foreign engagement team.
Maintain, administer and input acquired recordkeeping data into UCF export control databases.
Assist in internal compliance investigations and disclosures.
Performs miscellaneous job duties as assigned.
Bachelor's or Master's degree and 0+ years of relevant experience.
Should have a Master's degree in science, engineering, computer science, public policy or law and 5 years of direct experience in the area of export controls highly preferred.
Juris Doctorate and five years of direct experience in the area of export controls highly preferred.
Experience working in a university setting in sponsored research and/or compliance.
Experience with drafting and submitting licensing applications to the U.S. Department of Commerce and/or U.S. Department of State. Including, but not limited to, knowledge of the federal electronic systems for export licensing and trade transactions such as BIS SNAP-R, DDTC DECCS and Customs ACE. Additionally, knowledge of restricted party screening tools such as Visual Compliance.
Strong skill in organizing and setting priorities and accomplishing tasks in time-sensitive problem-solving situations.
Demonstrated ability to develop training material and to provide individual training as appropriate.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Permanent Resident or U.S. Citizenship is required due to the confidential nature of the technical data and technology accessible to this position.
For consideration, please apply at https://jobs.ucf.edu/en-us/job/500768/export-control-analyst-i
University of Central Florida
12201 Research Parkway
Orlando, Florida 32826