Falls Church, VA
Industry: Aerospace & Defense•
11 - 15 years
Posted 59 days ago
The Manager, USG International Policy reports to the Director, USG International Policy and is responsible for leading development of USG trade policy strategies , coordinating USG international policy input on regulatory matters affecting international trade, interfacing with internal and external customers and stakeholders to achieve strategic Northrop Grumman USG international trade policy goals.
Key duties include:
• Ability to relay and receive information from US Government, customers, peers, and Embassies. Provide analysis of potential impact to the enterprise and recommend solutions to enhance and support company global business or mitigate potential adverse impact.
• Collaborate across the enterprise to incorporate and integrate different viewpoints, achieve Northrop Grumman positions and actions, and influence USG stakeholders to achieve company objectives.
• Ability to make decisions that enhance Northrop credibility with stakeholders,
• Ability to provide strategic analysis to solve complex international problems, delivering materials such as detailed reports, work related manuals, publications, along with strategic options for the business. Deliver materials to impacted or interested stakeholders across the enterprise.
• Lead preparation and presentation of briefings to senior NG executives or USG policy regulators to shape, change or implement policy that enhances NG global expansion success.
• Provide guidance and oversight to NG USG International Policy Analyst(s) including on the job training, coaching, work assignment, performance management and review of deliverables.
• Lead engagements with USG stakeholders and customers at international trade shows, collaborating with Marketing Communications and sectors to achieve NG business objectives.
• As an integral member of corporate USG International Policy team, may perform other duties on a collateral basis, as assigned by the Director USG International Policy, to include leading various Northrop Grumman process improvement projects.
• Bachelor's degree and a minimum of ten years professional trade policy related experience.
• Minimum four years managing delivery of trade policy results.
• Proficiency in various USG policy and regulatory initiatives and outcomes, Conventional Arms Transfer Policy, MTCR, technology security and foreign disclosure processes.
• Ability to be an independent contributor and drive outstanding teamwork results
• Excellent communications and interpersonal skills; both written and oral
• Ability to lead across organizational and functional boundaries without direct-line supervisory authority to accomplish tasks
• US Citizenship required-Secret level Security clearance.
• Ten years previous professional experience in USG trade policy.
• Graduate degree in a relevant field of study.
• Knowledge of NGC products and services.
• Active Top Secret security clearance