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Job: AT&T Trade Compliance Manager (Bilingual English/Spanish)

Job Title: AT&T Trade Compliance Manager (Bilingual English/Spanish)


Dallas, TX

Wash DC,

Atlanta, GA

Los Angeles, CA

Bedminster, NJ


* Candidate must be able to speak, read and write fluently in English and Spanish


Seeking a Lead Compliance Analyst - Trade Compliance Manager with significant experience in developing, implementing and managing corporate worldwide Trade Compliance Programs – particularly in the area of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Restricted Parties List screening, and export/import regulations/controls in Latin America and the U.S.

Oversees the implementation and enhancements to key compliance areas within AT&T’s Anti-bribery/Anti-Corruption and Global Trade compliance programs, including training, risk assessments and related documentation. Primary region of focus:  Latin America.

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

Manages Foreign Corrupt Practices (FCPA) and regional anti-bribery/ anti-corruption compliance plans.

Develops and manages import/export compliance policies and procedures to cover export control requirements in the U.S., Canada, and Latin America.

Advises businesses on U.S. reexport controls.

Assists in Americas on Global Trade Compliance policies and issues.

Monitors and analyzes impacts of changes in regional anti-corruption and import/export laws and regulations on our existing policies and revises them accordingly.

Implements/advocates company global anti-bribery/anti-corruption and import/export compliance standards in the region.

Serves as regional point of contact to government officials on certain anti-bribery/anti-corruption and import/export matters.

Submits various export licenses, permits, and reports to government authorities.

Oversees Restricted Parties screening in the region and acts as a primary point of contact for Restricted Party List escalations.

Proactively conducts regional anti-bribery/anti-corruption and import/export risk assessment reviews and develops action plans to eliminate or reduce risks.

Reviews/evaluates anti-bribery/anti-corruption hospitality requests and third party due checks.

Trains regional business contacts on anti-bribery/anti-corruption and import/export policies.

Implements best practices.

Drafts and recommends corporate global trade policies.

Leads/assists special projects with a regional and/or global emphasis.

Provides monthly reporting and measurements.

Required Qualifications:

Extensive knowledge of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the requirements set forth, therein, and in the U.S. Government issued: A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

Working knowledge of U.S. trade regulations, including the Export Administration Regulations

Experience implementing corporate anti-bribery and/or trade compliance programs

Experience conducting risk assessments and implementing remedial actions

Experience providing awareness training

7 or more years’ experience in the area of FCPA Compliance and export/import controls

Bachelor’s degree or higher

Fluent in Spanish

U.S. citizen

Desired Qualifications:

Knowledgeable on the requirements of Brazil’s Clean Companies Act and other Latin American anti-bribery/anti-corruption laws and regulations.

Knowledgeable on Argentina’s and Mexico’s export control requirements and other Latin American import/export laws and regulations.

Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a field related to international trade or international business.  Master’s degree, a plus.

Technical background with experience in classification issues (ECCN determination), especially dealing with intangibles and encrypted software, a plus.

Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.

Team player with ability to work independently while meeting deadlines.

Proven ability to successfully taking on multiple tasks.

Experience working with ERP systems and 3rd party software providers, a plus.

Experience in web site management, a plus.

Global perspective.

Ability to speak/write in Brazilian Portuguese, a plus.


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