Senior Export Compliance Manager
Arista Networks, Inc. is a supplier of cloud networking solutions that utilize software innovations to address the needs of large-scale internet companies, cloud service providers, and next-generation enterprises. Our cloud networking solutions comprise our Extensible Operating System (EOS), a set of network applications, and our Gigabit Ethernet switching and routing platforms. Our corporate headquarters is located in Santa Clara, California, and we have wholly-owned subsidiaries throughout the world, including North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Arista Networks, an industry-leading and multi-award winning company, specializes in providing innovative software-driven cloud networking solutions for large data center storage and computing environments. As part of our ongoing expansion, we have an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to join our export compliance team. The successful candidate will primarily focus on the Americas region (US & Canada) while also collaborating with Global export compliance teams based in the US as well and various departments within Arista.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Monitor and stay up-to-date on changes in export control laws and regulations, and work with the legal team and Global Compliance Manager to update company policies and procedures accordingly.
- Work with the legal team, Global Compliance Manager, regional trade compliance managers and other cross-functional stakeholders as part of a continuous global improvement team.
- Responsible for new or updated US export compliance content for e-learning tool.
- Provide targeted training to America’s region employees on relevant export control topics, licenses and updates.
- Review and approval of End User Statements for LATAM region as required
- Work with legal to ensure all US export license are renewed in advance of expiry date and provide support data for new license applications.
- Provide 2nd level review for entity classification in the Arista ERP system as needed.
- Collaborate with cross functional teams, including logistics, order management, service, legal, manufacturing operations, internal and external auditors.
- Provide internal compliance audits and assessments of our trade practices and procedures including those in the ICP
- Review and provide feedback on existing and new compliance procedures in conjunction with the Global Compliance Manager
- Work with external legal counsel and Arista’s legal team in reviewing customers and orders as needed to ensure compliance with US regulations
- Work with Legal and software/hardware engineers to determine new product classifications (ECCN) and review existing classifications to ensure ECCN still apply.
- Responsible for bi-annual BIS reporting and OFAC reporting as necessary.
- 10 years’ experience in US Export Compliance
- Significant experience in Export control regulations for dual-use goods (encryption controls, software & technology license administration).
- Proactive, flexible, with a can-do attitude
- Highly organized, accurate and detail-oriented
- Familiar with export compliance screening tools and trade compliance software and automated systems (Amber Road)
- In-depth knowledge of US export control regulations
- Experience with Canada export regulations a plus.
- Experience interacting with competent authorities such as the BIS, OFAC,
- Project management skills and experience
- Ability to communicate, negotiate, influence, and implement changes effectively
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to interpret complex regulations and apply them to real-world situations
The new hire base pay for this role has a pay range of $105,000 to $154,000 across the US, within [California or Colorado or New York metropolitan area or Washington] .
Arista offers different pay ranges based on work location, so that we can offer consistent and competitive pay appropriate to the market. The actual base pay offered will be based on a wide range of factors, including skills, qualifications, relevant experience, and work location.
The pay range provided reflects base pay only and in addition certain roles may also be eligible for discretionary Arista bonuses and equity. US-based employees are also entitled to benefits including medical, dental, vision, wellbeing, tax savings and income protection. The recruiting team can share more details during the hiring process specific to the role and location.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.