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Manager, Investigations and Disclosures

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Non-practicing Attorney

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Min 5 yrs required


Bellevue, WA

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Aug 22,2017

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Jun 02,2017
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Manager, Investigations and Disclosures The candidate reports to: Senior Manager, Investigations and Disclosures. Will conduct internal investigations and prepare and draft voluntary disclosures for submission to government agencies as required under the international trade regulations of the U.S. and other countries. This position is also responsible for maintaining records and data for his/her matters to permit effective tracking of the team’s caseload and progress to plan. Undertake and independently investigate possible violations of international trade compliance regulations or policies and procedures. Develop and execute a strategic investigative plan to tight deadlines, involve multiple stakeholders, and collect and analyze various records and potentially a large volume of data. Identify and advise on key compliance issues, define the proper scope of the review, conduct thorough and precise investigations that determine true root causes, and develop strong corrective actions. Draft well written, comprehensive, and concise voluntary disclosures and reports to disclose compliance errors to various government agencies in the U.S. and other countries. Collaborate with business, stakeholders, and within Trade Compliance organization regarding investigations and associated action items. Maintain investigation files, including correspondence, records, and submissions, as well as update the Compliance Case Management System. Communicate and partner with the corrective action team for follow-up and verification of remediation activities. Maintain the highest ethical standards, even when challenged from above. Understand and live by Esterline's ethics and business conduct policies. Ability to engage in frequent travel in the U.S. and less frequent travel outside of the U.S.

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A Bachelor's Degree required; Master's degree or J.D. highly desirable. Should have 5 years in a global corporate environment, preferably within the Aerospace & Defense sector. Alternatively, 5 years in government enforcement experience relating to international trade. Preferred U.S. export compliance and U.S. Federal Contracting experience. Experience leading independent investigations is preferred. Computer skills must include Microsoft Project and Office products; experience with OCR EASE a plus. Should have working knowledge of U.S. export and import regulations, including ITAR, EAR, and OFAC. Must have strong project leadership experience and ability to work with global, multi-cultural teams. Fluency in English is required, French is helpful.

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Req ID 10804BR

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