We are looking to speak with International Trade associates to join our client’s International Trade group in Washington, DC.
This is an awesome professional growth and advancement opportunity to work in a friendly team with a global footprint, encompassing all facets of U.S. export control and sanctions related matters, Customs matters, trade policy, Exon-Florio, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Our client’s Trade Group represents and counsels both U.S. and foreign companies, as well as foreign governments on all aspects of export licensing and regulatory issues, including “dual use” exports under the Export Administration Regulations, defense exports under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and U.S. embargo laws and regulations.
You will also represent clients before the Bureau of Industry and Security, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, and the Office of Foreign Assets Control.
You will be involved in assisting clients in enforcement actions, voluntary disclosures, licensing, commodity classification and commodity jurisdiction requests, and deemed export issues relating to foreign nationals employed in the U.S.
The team has extensive experience in representing and counseling U.S. and foreign companies regarding corruption-related issues, as well as lecturing around the world on corruption matters, set up compliance programs and held training seminars for U.S. companies and their overseas subsidiaries, conducted numerous internal investigations on potential corruption issues throughout the world, and represented companies in U.S. enforcement proceedings.
If you are a D.C. admitted international trade associate with 4+ years’ relevant experience, we would be interested to discuss this opportunity with you.
The work is rewarding, the team is fantastic, and the career development and market exposure is the next level.