Director, Office of Unfair Import Investigations – U.S. International Trade Commission – Washington D.C.

The U.S. International Trade Commission is seeking a Director, Office of Unfair Import Investigations. This senior service executive opportunity is open to all US citizens, until May 28, 2013.

You will manage the OUII, whose duties include assessing the sufficiency of complaints filed under Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 and participating as an independent party in Section 337 investigations. 

You will be responsible for representing OUII, and at times the Commission, at various Commission and interagency meetings and negotiations, as well as at meetings with Congressional staff and the private sector.  In addition to direct experience in Section 337 investigations, this position requires active Bar membership and graduation from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. 

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Additional Info:
Employer Type: Government
Job Location: Washington, D.C.

We are a small independent Federal agency with a big mission.  We protect U.S. business interests in the international trade arena by investigating, analyzing, and conducting hearings on trade, intellectual property, tariff, and competitiveness issues.  Here you will find current topics, a fast-paced working environment, a team approach to problem solving, a collegial atmosphere, and an organization that appreciates a balance of your work and private life.  We have frequent interactions with Congress, the Executive Offices of the President, and other Federal agencies with interests in international trade, as well as private sector entities with interests in international trade issues.  Top it all off with a terrific DC location and full Federal benefits, for some exciting opportunities.