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Export Control Officer

Job Description

Export Control Officer – New Mexico

Work Location:  Full Time on Site

Duration: 11 months +  

Rate: is open and non-exempt

Hours: Full time / 40 hours (onsite)

Per diem: $157.00/day (7 days per week)

Mob / Demob: GSA Expenses

Trip Home: 1 paid trip home per month

US Citizenship Required

Position Details: 

  • Assisting with executing EIC program by developing and implementing process and recommending improvements.

  • Providing guidance and support to staff on export/import control related issues and queries.

  • Communicating new requirements to staff through training, processes, and notices.

  • Leading investigations into potential breaches of export control regulations and/or authorizations, and prepare report with recommendations on correction actions for management.

  • Performing holistic internal assessment on EIC program procedures and processes to identify any gaps or inefficiencies.

  • Be CNL’s representative for external audits on EIC program, and participate in such audits as required.

  • Recommending and managing correction actions that result from internal or external audits/assessments.

  • Continuing learning and mastering of export controls and related fields (sanctions, slavery law, etc) to advise management on best industrial practices and to ensure is compliant with a changing environment.

  • Developing, maintaining, and implementing EIC’s program suite of procedures and processes to ensure export/import controls are documented and defined for CNL staff.

  • Developing, maintaining and delivering training/awareness for CNL staff on export/import controls and compliance.

  • Receiving and reviewing requests for export or import authorizations to determine if authorizations apply.

  • Preparing, and submitting export and import authorization applications to the Regulator on behalf of CNL.

  • Maintaining and tracking all current issued export and import authorizations (licenses, permits, certificates), monitor and submit any required reports as noted on the authorizations.

  • Maintaining and tracking all end-use agreements submitted to EIC and provided guidance to CNL staff who are either signing (supplier end-use) or issuing CNL’s end-use agreement.

  • Knowledge in export compliance regulations.

  • Knowledge of US export controls (EAR, ITAR). • Knowledge of Canada’s economic sanctions.

  • Excellent communication skills, written and oral as responsibilities include communicating with Regulators and all levels within the organization.

  • Strong attention to detail, analytical and organization skills, with a proven ability to manage several projects at once, prioritize and meet deadlines.

  • Ability to analyze moderately complex information and to make recommendations. • Highly motivated and able to work with general to minimal guidance.

  • Able to work extended hours and off normal work shifts to support project needs.

  • Ability to address and resolve issues within own area and knows when to escalate issues to higher levels for recommendation on resolution.

  • 5-7 years’ relevant experience with a minimum of 2 years in export controls, compliance and/or economic sanctions environment.

  • Experience working in the nuclear/oil/gas industry field is an asset.

Export Compliance CoP© Certification (ECTI) Certified Export Compliance Professional or equivalent certification – US based training for Non-US companies, is considered an asset




New Mexico


December 2023 / January 2024


Initially One Year w/ extensions anticipated



Laurie Beggs


(727) 743-9089


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