CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER
Provides expert advice to the executive corporate leadership on matters of government regulation, industry standardization, corporate security, and export control.
Identifies and evaluates internal and external risks accompanying corporate goals, business, and programs.
Proposes and implements research based compliance strategies and programs.
Establishes and manages corporate quality control and quality assurance programs.
Creates and monitors compliance and quality metrics.
Reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer and corporate managers.
Coordinates and directs corporate legal counsel. Serves as the point of contact for external legal resources.
Develops professional report with regulatory organizations and agencies and serves as the point of contact for all official regulatory and legal matters.
Drafts, reviews, and audits company compliance policies. Prepares policies to be approved and signed into effect by the Chief Executive.
Supports the Chief Business Officer by reviewing business contracts for risks.
Supports the Chief Science Officer with identification and management of intellectual property.
Establishes and maintains a library of legal and regulatory documents beneficial to the Company.
Recruits and coordinates a quality control and compliance team as required.
Serves the Company as a subject matter expert for trade and regulatory matters including ITAR, EAR, CMMC and environmental compliance.
Performs other compliance duties as required.
Information and data protection, CMMC
Well versed in Operational Risk Management
Well versed in Business Risk Management
Experience in U.S. federal contracting procedures
Experience in aerospace export and trading
Solid executive decision making skills
Demonstrated ability to form legal arguments
Knowledge of ISO, AIAA, and ancillary spacecraft and space electronic regulations
Knowledge of quality control structures in aerospace manufacturing
Knowledge of FAA, FCC, USAF, and NASA spacecraft policies and regulations
History of reliable regulatory interpretation
Strong sense of business and community ethics
Strong teamwork skills
Superb written communications skills
Proficient verbal and public speaking skills
Excellent interpersonal, analytical, client relationship, and management skills
Bachelors in Pre-Law, Public Policy, Business Administration, Finance, or a similar field with 8 years of combined experience in trade and export, regulatory compliance, business law, corporate security, quality assurance, quality control, federal contracting or other related subjects;
Masters or PhD in Pre-Law, Public Policy, Business Administration, Finance, or a similar field with 5 years of combined experience in trade and export, regulatory compliance, business law, corporate security, quality assurance, quality control, federal contracting or other related subjects.
To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, applicants must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S. protected individual as defined by ITAR (22 CFR 120.15) or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State.
The ability to obtain and maintain a Top Secret U.S. Security Clearance is required.