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Defense Trade Analyst II, Washington, DC, US ID#16332

***MUST HAVE A SECRET CLEARANCE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION***

Cherokee Nation Mission Solutions (CNMS) is committed to delivering innovative solutions to solve its clients’ toughest problems, whether it be in the next state or around the world. CNMS utilizes the most qualified teams to support each client’s mission, providing responsive, strategic and innovative paths forward. CNMS makes it a priority to build personal, business relationships with each client and to consistently go above and beyond their expectations.

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SUMMARY

  • Level II works under General Supervision:?The government provides continuing or individual assignments by indicating what needs to be accomplished, limitations, quality and quantity expected, deadlines and priorities. Additional, specific instructions provided for new, difficult, or unusual assignments. The contractor uses initiative in carrying out recurring assignments. The government assures that the work is technically accurate and in compliance with instructions or established procedures. Demonstrates the abilities to perform all of the duties of a Level I. In addition, must be able to perform the following duties listed below within the required amount of supervision for consideration at Level II.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The contractor has no inherently government responsibilities. The contractor shall obtain USG supervisory clearance and/or approval pertaining the position work requirements and/or work products. The contractor shall abide by all State Department, Procurement Information Bulletins (PIB) related to third-party contractor services.
  • Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates cases in several commodity categories assigned to him/her (e.g., military electronics, arms and ammunition, aircraft, tanks, naval vessels, radar, and missiles) to identify all pertinent legal, policy, regulatory, and procedural considerations. Collects and analyzes data and information provided by U.S. industry and available precedent cases.
  • Determines the necessity for, and refers for coordination, significant cases (e.g., those without clear precedent or involving sensitive countries) to concerned agencies, such as the Department of Defense, NASA and, as appropriate, to bureaus in the Department, for their recommendations. On most cases (those not requiring coordination) incumbent relies solely on his/her judgment on whether to approve, return without action, or deny license applications.
  • Coordinates outside recommendations and provides recommendations on decisions to approve or deny license applications and retransfer request.
  • Begins familiarization with technical assistance agreements, manufacturing license agreements, and distribution agreements. Drafts all necessary clauses and provisos for incorporation into approved licenses and transfer requests.
  • Determines, based on legislation or U.S. policy, whether a particular request requires Congressional notification, and prepares the required notification, including coordination with appropriate offices /agencies.
  • Conducts discussions with U.S. industry on individual cases prior to submission, as well as during the review process. Provides to industry guidance on export policy and administrative practices, and interprets the ITAR and pertinent laws and legislation.
  • Assists in making determinations regarding whether items are on the U.S. Munitions List.
  • Recommends to the Office of Defense Trade Controls Policy certain cases, which, in his/her judgment requires verification to determine the validity of the transaction.
  • Recommends to the Office of Defense Trade Controls Compliance certain cases, which, in his/her judgement require potential investigation for violation activity.
  • Responds to routine telephone and email inquiries from applicants on individual cases prior to submission, as well as during the review process, including those referred to them by office colleagues.
  • Provides to applicants and other U.S. Government agencies guidance on export policy and administrative practices.
  • Drafts and coordinates, as necessary, emails, memoranda, congressional letters, standard operating procedures, escalation justifications, and other communications on matters relating to his/her responsibilities, including decision memoranda for the signature of the Secretary of State.
  • Acquires, through review of current world events, technical journals, etc., knowledge in foreign policy, industrial and technological advances as related to his/her assigned responsibilities and other commodities outside of his/her assigned responsibilities.
  • Represents, under the supervision of an employee of higher grade, the Office, Directorate, Bureau, and Department at interagency export control and nonproliferation groups and training/outreach activities, including closed and public events.
  • Represents, under the supervision of an employee of higher grade, the Office, Directorate, Bureau, or Department, depending on context, in meetings within the Department and interagency and with foreign governments and industry, providing expert advice, explaining laws and regulations, and explaining or defending official policies and positions.
  • Works closely with the Office of Defense Trade Controls Policy and U .S. Customs officer assigned to DTC on the EXODUS program by providing guidance necessary to determine the seizure or release of shipments detained by Customs, or to determine jurisdictional control and compliance with U.S. regulations.

EDUCATON AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor Degree or combination of education and experience with AECA and ITAR regulatory experience.
  • Knowledge of U.S. foreign policy and national security, including Department of State objectives.
  •  Knowledge of legislation affecting arms transfers.
  • Knowledge of DDTC registration, compliance, and licensing processes.
  • Strong customer-service focused skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and partnering skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and presentation skills. The government may require writing samples.
  • Strong computer skills to include use of Microsoft Office Suites.
  • Demonstrated ability to research, interpret and apply regulatory material in the process of evaluating license applications and taking final action on specific requests.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with short-fused actions, meet deadlines; manage time, distribute responsibilities, and achieve milestones and deliverables.
  • Has working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite programs and be able to operate all office equipment including but not limited to: telephones, copy machines, fax machines, scanners, printers, and computers.
  • May be required to travel within Domestic and/or International

WORK ENVIRONMENT

 Controlled climate office environment.

 

With $400 million in annual revenue, 20% growth per year, approximately 950+ active contracts serving 60+ government agencies in 25 countries, 47 states, 2 territories and 2000+ employees, Cherokee Nation Businesses’ (CNB) group of Federal Contracting Section 8(a) companies is well positioned to deliver expertise needed to solve complex technical issues. Federal Solutions provides an array of services for 12 of the 15 cabinet-level departments and agencies – from applications and data services to cybersecurity and national defense.

Why consider Cherokee Nation and our Federal Solutions business? Here are some great resources highlighting what we do and compelling reasons for joining our team!

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Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, gender identity and sexual orientation. If you’d like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please copy and paste the links to the following two sites: EEO Statement | EEO Poster

If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may email “CNB.Compliance@cn-bus.com” for assistance. This email address is for accommodation requests only and cannot be used to inquire about the application process or status.

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We maintain an Affirmative Action Plan for the purpose of proactively seeking employment and advancement for qualified protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Upon request, we will schedule time to make our Affirmative Action Plan accessible. If you are interested, please submit a written request with the email subject line: 2018 Request to View Affirmative Action Plan to the Compliance Administrator at “CNB.Compliance@cn-bus.com” This email box is not for resumes or follow up on job applications.

 

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