Job Description

Payroll Title:
RSCH CMPLNC ANL 2
Department:
RESEARCH COMPLIANCE AND INTEGR
Hiring Salary Range
$55,000 - $85,000 /year
Worksite:
Torrey Pines Center North
Appointment Type:
Career
Appointment Percent:
100%
Union:
Uncovered
Total Openings:
1
Work Schedule:
8 hrs/day, Mon - Fri

#115387 Export Control Analyst 2 or 3 ( Hybrid)

Extended Deadline: Wed 6/8/2022

For the safety and well-being of the entire university community, the University of California requires, with few exceptions, that all students, faculty and staff be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus and influenza before they will be allowed on campus or in a facility or office. For more information visit: Flu Vaccine Mandate / COVID Vaccine Policy

This position will remain posted until a suitable candidate has been identified.

Position will be filled at the level of a RSCH CMPLNC ANL 2 or a RSCH CMPLNC ANL 3, based on the qualifications of the candidate selected for hire.

DESCRIPTION

Department Overview:

The Office of Research Compliance and Integrity (RCI) facilitates research, innovation and education for global excellence and is responsible for broad oversight, resources and education for the integrity and compliance issues relating to the conduct of research. RCI has oversight and responsibility for Research Integrity and Misconduct, Conflict of Interest, the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Office, Export Control, Dual Use of Research Concern, Facilities Security and monitoring for Foreign Influences, Conflict of Commitment and Conflict of Interest, Good Clinical Practices training, Responsible Conduct of Research training and ClinicalTrials.gov administration as well as general research compliance monitoring and other related matters.

RCI is modeled after the core elements of an effective compliance program which includes high level oversight, written policies and procedures, training and education, reporting and communication, monitoring and auditing, corrective action and discipline/enforcement (based on established UC San Diego policies and procedures, State and Federal regulations and referrals to applicable institutional offices).

It is our mission to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment for all employees. We have a shared responsibility to build a workplace and culture that celebrates, values, and encourages the diverse perspectives of our employees. Our success is defined by the communities we serve and achieved by creating equal opportunity for all.

The Export Control Compliance Office ensures compliance with federal laws and university policies and procedures relating to export controls, economic sanctions, and secure research.

Position Overview: Export Control Analyst II

The Export Control Analyst, under supervision, applies research compliance professional concepts to review research protocols to ensure that all regulatory criteria are met as well as policies and/or regulations from the organization, the state and systemwide. The Incumbent assesses research transactions to identify potential export-control requirements and collaborates with internal and external partners to determine the jurisdiction and classification of technology and access, handling and/or release requirements. Under supervision, the Incumbent determines U.S. Government export and deemed-export licensing requirements and prepares and processes license applications for international exports and deemed-exports.

Under supervision the Incumbent performs intermediate-level assessment, prepares documentation and issues export control guidance related to: international activities, international travel, foreign gifts and donations, proposals, awards, industry agreements, sub-recipient agreements, international shipping, international and visiting scholar appointments, financial and trade sanctions compliance, technology transfer, and self-classification of USML/ECCN items and defense articles. The Incumbent prepares and administers UC San Diego records for transactions, including Technology Control Plans (TCP) or Technology Protection Custodian Agreement (CA) established between UC San Diego and the end-user, and other security plans. The Incumbent ensures all parties accessing export-controlled technology are informed, trained in safeguarding techniques and aware of export control requirements prior to granting access to restricted technology. Under supervision, the Incumbent prepares and processes license applications for international exports and deemed-exports.

Position Overview: Export Control Analyst III

The Sr. Export Control Analyst, under minimal supervision, applies research compliance professional concepts to review research protocols to ensure that all regulatory criteria are met as well as policies and/or regulations from the organization, the state and systemwide. The Incumbent assesses research transactions to identify potential export-control requirements and collaborates with internal and external partners to determine the jurisdiction and classification of technology and access, handling and/or release requirements. With minimal supervision, the Incumbent self-classifies technology. To facilitate compliance, the Incumbent inputs transactions and results into export control system(s), produces reports, calculates metrics, analyzes results and audits data entry for accuracy. The Incumbent determines U.S. Government export and deemed-export licensing requirements and prepares and processes license applications for international exports and deemed-exports.

With minimal supervision, the Incumbent performs intermediate-level assessment. Under supervision, the Incumbent performs advanced assessment. The Incumbent prepares documentation and issues export control guidance related to: international activities, international travel, foreign gifts and donations, proposals, awards, industry agreements, sub-recipient agreements, international shipping, international and visiting scholar appointments, financial and trade sanctions compliance, technology transfer, and self-classification of USML/ECCN items and defense articles. The incumbent provides contractual guidance related to U.S. export control laws, regulations, and sanctions.

The Incumbent prepares and administers UC San Diego records for transactions, including Technology Control Plans (TCP) or Technology Protection Custodian Agreement (CA) established between UC San Diego and the end-user, and other security plans. The Incumbent ensures all parties accessing export-controlled technology are informed, trained in safeguarding techniques and aware of export control requirements prior to granting access to restricted technology.

The Incumbent will also perform project management duties, including administration of training, working groups, and development and implementation of export control support systems. The incumbent uses and manages UC San Diego export control software applications.

This position may be eligible for a Hybrid flexible work arrangement, which could include a non-standard work schedule, and/or the ability to work off-site part of the time.

QUALIFICATIONS

Qualifications: Export Control Analyst II

  • Bachelor's Degree in related area and typically two (2) years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Working experience with U.S. export control laws, regulations, or sanctions (or) experience in international trade, international business, international affairs, law or engineering.

  • Experience developing detailed plans, interpreting technical documents, and general interest in science, technology, engineering and manufacturing.

  • Knowledge of relevant Federal, State and International Trade regulations. Ability to stay up to date on relevant regulatory issues, changes or revisions in policy. General understanding of research compliance.

  • Ability to read and understand complex scientific, research and legal concepts. Experience expressing such content into succinct copy for reports, correspondence, communications and export control documents.

  • Ability to compile, review and analyze information/data and to recommend alternatives when performing moderately complex problem resolution.

  • Must have, or be able to obtain and maintain, appropriate Department of Defense security clearance and certifications.

  • Excellent customer service/interpersonal skills, including diplomacy, tact, and patience to effectively interact with individuals at all levels, both internal and external to the University.

  • Strong organizational skills, the ability to multi-task, and work with frequent interruptions. Skill in organizing and setting priorities and accomplishing tasks in an environment with constantly changing priorities and frequent interruptions.

  • Experience working with principal investigators, research administration, and other university research and administrative personnel.

Qualifications: Sr. Export Control Analyst III

  • Bachelor's degree in related area and five (5) years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • In-depth experience working with U.S. Department of Commerce (Export Administration Regulations (EAR)), the U.S. Department of State (International Traffic in Arms Regulations), and the U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions.

  • Thorough knowledge of federal electronic systems for export licensing and trade transactions such as BIS SNAP-R, DDTC DECCS and Customs ACE and eDecs for Fish and Wildlife. Additionally knowledge of restricted party screening tools such as Visual Compliance.

  • Strong experience determining licensing requirements, licensing, and adjudicating varieties of activities for export control issues, documenting such adjudication, and providing regulatory interpretation and guidance.

  • Experience developing detailed plans, interpreting technical documents, and implementing software applications, and/or systems. Extensive technical acumen, understanding and ability to determine export jurisdiction and self-classify technologies.

  • Thorough knowledge and ability to apply all relevant Federal, state, and university regulations, policies and federal guidance to variety of university activities. Ability to stay up to date on relevant regulatory issues, changes or revisions in policy. General understanding of research compliance.

  • Proficiency in public speaking, and writing. Excellent oral and written communications skills to effectively communicate with diverse audiences including leadership, faculty, students, staff, and collaborators, internal and external.

  • Ability to adapt, implement, provide input into and evaluate new procedures, systems and processes. Demonstrated skill in organizing and setting priorities and accomplishing tasks in an environment with constantly changing priorities and frequent interruptions. Ability to prioritize heavy workload, meet deadlines, cope with peak workload periods and apply creativity and originality in time-sensitive problem-solving situations.

  • Demonstrated experience in management of large, complex, multi-site compliance organizations.

  • Experience managing a comprehensive export controls program for an organization.

  • Must have, or be able to obtain and maintain, appropriate Department of Defense security clearance and certifications.

  • Strong organizational skills, the ability to multi-task, and work with frequent interruptions. Proven skill in organizing and setting priorities and accomplishing tasks in an environment with constantly changing priorities and frequent interruptions.

  • Experience working with principal investigators, research administration, and other university research and administrative personnel.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

  • Job offer is contingent upon satisfactory security clearance based on Background Check results.

  • U.S. person status is required for this position in order to comply with the Arms Export Control and Export Administration Act. U.S. persons are U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(20) or protected individuals as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3).

  • Must have, or be able to obtain and maintain, appropriate DOD security clearance.

  • Must have reliable transportation to drive between campus office and Point Loma at least weekly, and to other facilities within San Diego as necessary.

  • This position may be eligible for a Hybrid flexible work arrangement, which could include a non-standard work schedule, and/or the ability to work off-site part of the time.


Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://www-hr.ucsd.edu/saa/nondiscr.html

UC San Diego is a smoke and tobacco free environment. Please visit smokefree.ucsd.edu for more information.

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