The University of Nebraska has integrated the four export control programs into one with staff distributed across the four campuses, and an overall director. This model allows each campus to access special expertise available only on one campus, share and solve complex problems together, and reduce redundancy for evaluation of collaborative research projects.
This export control director will continue the work that a team or research leaders from each campus has conducted over the last year to integrate into one University of Nebraska Export Control Program with common policies, job descriptions, education programs, and standard operating procedures. This Director will oversee the director of each campus Export Control program, and will also serve as the director of the Export control program for the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Export Control program and personnel.
The University of Nebraska is composed of four universities under one President and Board of Regents with primary campuses and ancillary campuses and facilities across the state and programs around the world. These universities, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, University of Nebraska Medical Center, University of Nebraska at Omaha, and University of Nebraska at Kearney, along with its Department of Defense designated University Affiliated Research Center, the National Strategic Research Institute, and the Global Center for Health Security, oversee a diverse research and education portfolio that stretches around the world.
We are looking for someone with an advanced degree (MS, PhD, JD, MD, MBA, MPA), five years of project-level quality control, risk assessment administrative experience required OR five years of administrative experience with an emphasis on project level quality control and risk assessment is required. Experience reading, drafting and/or negotiating contracts or other formal documents and experience performing assessment and inspections in highly technical environment is preferred. Knowledge of export control compliance systems (i.e. Visual Compliance, SNAP-R, AES Direct) is beneficial and experience working in an academic research university is desired. Excellent project management skills desired. Salary will be commensurate with past experience but expected in the $90-120,000 annually. Due to U.S. Export Control Restrictions, only U.S. Citizens may apply.
Inquiries about the position should be directed to: Marsha Morien, MSBA, UNMC Export control officer: email@example.com. Review of applications begins on June 15th and will continue until the position is filled. If you need assistance with your application, please call (402) 472-3701.
To apply and review a full position description: http://careers.nebraska.edu/postings/583
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