Department: Department Of Commerce
Agency: Commerce, International Trade Administration
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Are you interested in assisting U.S. businesses compete globally? Help create opportunities for U.S. workers and firms by promoting international trade and fostering a level playing field for American business. Join the ITA in opening foreign markets, ensuring compliance with trade laws and agreements, and lowering barriers to U.S. competitiveness. Join a winning team help U.S. industry to meet and beat foreign competition, both at home and abroad.
This position is located in the U.S. Commercial Service section at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India. The incumbent will provide support for all Bureau of Industry and Security initiatives, including export controls, host country export control law development, assistance to U.S. firms in obtaining agency representation, licensing, joint venture and franchise arrangements; assisting U.S. firms against discriminatory practices, trade complaints or related disputes.
This announcement soliciting applications for the Criminal Investigator (Export Control Officer) position in New Delhi will be followed concurrently by vacancy announcement BIS-OEE-2013-0004 (MAP) issued by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) for a Criminal Investigator position at the GS-13 level for those applicants from outside BIS. If an applicant from outside BIS is selected for both the ECO position and the BIS Criminal Investigator position, that individual will have reemployment rights with BIS at the conclusion of the term appointment with the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service. A nonstatus applicant selected for both positions will be required to serve ninety days as a Criminal Investigator at Headquarters in Washington, D.C., prior to his or her deployment to New Delhi. This ninety day period may include training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Brunswick, Georgia, if necessary.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Pass a thorough background and security investigation.
- Receive a negative result on a drug test.
- Meet rigorous medical clearance requirements, including dependents.
- Able to obtain and maintain medical, security and suitability clearances.
- Must be at least 21 years of age.