Export Control Practitioner | SA-Osborne Naval Shipyard
|Category:||Facilities Management & Security|
|Position Type:||Fixed Term|
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|Application Close Date:||26-Sep-2022|
- Fixed term contract, for a period of 12-18 months
- Ongoing career development and interesting work
- Enjoy flexibility, engaging work and a culture that embraces diversity
We currently have an opportunity for an Export Control Practitioner for the Australia Maritime business, with a focus on the Hunter Class Frigate Program. Ideally based at Osborne Naval Shipyard SA, however consideration would be given to suitable candidates from other States. You will also have the flexibility to work from home on occasions.
What this opportunity will mean for you:
- Purposeful work where your efforts are recognised in an environment where you can thrive
- Joining an organisation that is passionate about developing some of the most impressive careers in the world
- Industry-leading flexibility options to unlock the talent and diversity of every individual
- Unique opportunities to contribute to programs of national significance whilst growing your skills
- A strong safety culture, inclusive teams and work to be proud of, underpinned by a compelling set of values
Your new role:
In this role you will be a subject matter expert applying your knowledge and expertise around import/export control laws and regulations, in order to support the company's compliance with these regulations.
This opportunity will see you:
- Provide subject matter expertise, including day-to-day advice and guidance to the Maritime Australia business on export control regulatory and procedure requirements.
- Assist with the delivery of training to cross-functional stakeholders, ensuring an acceptable standard of knowledge and awareness is present across the Maritime Australia business.
- Provide direction, guidance and mentorship to export control officers within the Operational team and support their development.
- Assist with risk and opportunity management using formal business methodologies and establish risk mitigation plans and reviews for the Maritime Australia business.
- Provide specialist expertise in the audit and assurance process ensuring that the compliance controls are being adhered to across the business.
- Identify areas for improvement within the Export Control function and wider business and support reviews of ways of working across the Operational team.
- Work with the Export Control Licensing Lead to identify licencing requirements for the HCFP and assist with applications for, and the drafting of export authorisations.
As an ideal applicant for this role, you'll have:
- Australian Citizenship, eligibility to obtain and maintain security clearance to a minimum of NV1.
- Ability to direct, guide and mentor junior members of the Operational team.
- Excellent communication skills, ability to engage with key stakeholders at all levels.
- Degree or significant experience in relevant discipline.
- Demonstrated experience and knowledge of export control laws and regulations and experience in the application to business activities.
Research shows that some candidates hesitate to apply for roles if they feel they don't meet 100% of the criteria. So, if this opportunity excites you and you have the right foundational experience and qualifications, we encourage you to apply. Whether it be for this role or another, your skills and competencies are of interest to us.
As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance.
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.
Further information regarding clearances is available at: https://careers.au.baesystems.com/opportunity.html
Applications should be addressed to: Matt Hart, Talent Acquisition Specialist, and made online here.
Please be aware that pursuant to different State government health directions, vaccination mandates regarding your ability to attend our Company sites may be applicable. Please be prepared to discuss your vaccination status with our recruiters as part of the recruitment process.
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