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ProfileCompliance Specialist The candidate will be responsible for implementing and monitoring necessary systems, procedures, and processes to promote compliance activities throughout the company. Will perform difficult and complex duties related to the review and application of changes to various regulations, with an overall goal of ensuring compliance with these regulations. Assist relevant staff within the company with managing of regulatory affairs, including coordination, planning, implementation, oversight, auditing, and monitoring, as appropriate, of systems, procedures, and processes. Research new or changed regulations, and provide expert advice with the goal of ensuring company-wide compliance with contractual requirements and federal and state government reporting and regulations. Responsible for production of assigned regulatory deliverables, reports, and ad hoc requests. Responsible for oversight of intellectual property compliance and reporting, including monitoring of patent applications. Responsible for oversight of compliance with export regulations. Assist Corporate Health and Safety Director with oversight of the staff hazardous materials and dangerous goods certification and training program. Assist Contracts and Procurement Manager and executive management with policy analysis, and makes recommendations to change and/or improve processes consistent with compliance with relevant state and federal regulations and guidelines. Serve as a staff resource for issues related to regulatory requirements and compliance issues.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have a graduate degree in law and 4 years of prior related professional experience. Should be able to read and interpret documents such as procedure manuals, government regulations, and legal documents, write effective correspondence for both internal and external consumption, and speak effectively before groups of employees, clients, or vendors. Current license to practice law in the State of Texas is required.