Export Control is a broad and complex topic and can be a moving target due to the volume and frequent changes of export control regulations across the globe. It is essential for companies to have a solid framework in place. There are several reasons why governments control the export of goods and all countries have some form of policy in place. To be compliant is dependent on the nature and destination of the proposed export.
We are seeing an influx of companies who are hiring professionals within this specialism. Specifically, with knowledge of sanctions & embargos, dual-use goods, and export licenses & regulations. With businesses now creating dedicated departments in export control, there is now a need for individuals at all levels.
The sectors we work in:
- Professional Services
- Pharmaceutical and Chemicals
- Logistics and Transport
- Retail and FMCG
EMEA Trade & Customs Manager (Hessen or Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Within this strategic role, you will be responsible for overseeing and setting up trade compliance processes for the EMEA region. This is a broad role and sits within the legal and compliance team at the global HQ. Whilst the position is based in Germany, the company has worked hard to implement a diverse and international environment, therefore the only language requirement is English.
International Export Control Officer (United Kingdom)
Our client, a FTSE 100 company, has undergone significant international expansion and is seeking a hands-on professional to assist this growing team. Sitting within the Legal and Regulatory Compliance Department, you will lead on global export control projects as well as providing practical assistance. You will also define and improve export compliance processes across the business.
International Export Control Officer (Frankfurt, Germany)
A multifaceted technology multinational is looking for an export control expert to assist the business in their international operations. Within this hands-on role, you will also develop and monitor internal processes.