6 months ago
International Licensing Analyst Staff
As a member of the Lockheed Martin Corporate International Trade Compliance Office, the International Licensing Analyst serves within the Corporate Legal Department of the Lockheed Martin corporate headquarters organization. This role reviews draft export license applications and provides guidance to ensure consistency with U.S. regulations, policies, and guidelines, primarily the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR). The International Licensing Analyst acts as a liaison between business unit and export licensing personnel and USG license reviewers. This position maintains frequent contact with USG personnel and internal business unit clients and coordinates with Departments of State, Commerce, and Defense. The International Licensing Analyst provides guidance to business unit export personnel on export licensing requirements, applicability of exemptions, and potential policy issues associated with international defense business. Additionally, this role participates remotely with business units in the development of export licensing strategies and attends meetings to resolve export licensing, policy, and regulatory issues. The International Licensing Analyst also assists and supports the Director, Export Operations, as required, to implement the Corporation’s international trade compliance program and may provide additional support to Enterprise Operations international programs as needed.
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