Qualcomm Export Compliance Specialist (Senior level) in San Diego, California
Job Id N1945981
Job Title Export Compliance Specialist (Senior level)
Post Date 08/17/2017
Company-Division Qualcomm Incorporated
Finance/Accounting - Corporate
Job Area Government Relations
Location California - San Diego
Job Overview Responsible for determining the appropriate export classifications for Qualcomm's products, chipsets, software solutions and technology throughout the product life cycle (PLC) in accordance with US and foreign export control laws.
Identify export license requirements for employees, suppliers, partners, customers and end users.
Interface with Engineering and Program Managers, globally to understand technical characteristics and how that impacts export classifications and US and local government licensing.
Conduct regulatory compliance review of Qualcomm's products and technology, assist in preparing white papers, guidelines and internal position papers.
Prepare commodity classification requests (CCR) and US export licenses and submit the application through Snap-R and follow-up with US Government agencies.
Develop and optimize export classification processes to gather the required information for classification. Document export classification processes and process flows with engineering and product development teams.
Conduct export compliance checks, audits and risk assessments of Qualcomm's businesses, subsidiaries, partners and suppliers worldwide.
Assist with Qualcomm's initiatives with changes and various proposals to US and foreign export regulations.
Review and audit USG and Wassenaar encryption reports prepared by the export operations group.
Provide export compliance training within Qualcomm to various departments globally.
Minimum Qualifications 5+ years of experience in the following areas required:
Export classification and export compliance experience
US export control regulations, including the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), especially Categories 3, 4 and 5 (Part I and II) 6, 7 and 9 of the CCL and some ITAR and OFAC knowledge.
Wassenaar Arrangement (especially with the list of export controlled items) and other countries' export regulations.
Working with R&D labs, engineering and product development teams.
Creating and providing training and presentations
Process development and project management experience
Preferred Qualifications Working knowledge / experience in telecommunications, information security, cryptography, electronics, integrated circuits and computer export controls.
Education Requirements Required: Bachelor's, Computer Engineering and/or Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering and/or Physics, Electronics & Satellites Eng and/or Business or equivalent experience
Preferred: Master's or equivalent experience
EEO employer: including race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability & veterans status.