Global Trade Analyst

Vigilant

Fulltime, Permanent / USA

Description

Work closely with the Account Manager in a team-oriented environment as an extension of our client's global trade compliance organization to ensure the legal compliance of various global trade activities per our client's established policies and procedures.


Responsibilities/Unique Qualifications

Primary Job Responsibilities

  • Identify and classify with accurate U.S. HTS classifications on client's parts.
  • Identify and classify with accurate U.S. ECCN classifications for the client's parts.
  • Responsible for complex AD/CVD reviews, utilizing trade compliance software and existing prior experience to make accurate determinations of scope inclusion and duty ramification.
  • Processing of daily export and import operational transactions, per the client's policies and procedures.
  • Responsible for monitoring queues and disposition thereof in a timely manner ensuring that all items are worked through to completion or escalated as necessary.
  • Ensure work product is at the highest level of accuracy and timeliness.

Other Representative Job Duties may include:

  • Due diligence checks and auditing, both internal and external.
  • Monitor client's customs broker regarding import clearance issues, post entry corrections, process adherence, etc.
  • Fulfilling PGA requirements (FCC, FDA, EPA) during import clearance, classification and auditing.
  • Responsible for executing Export and Import controls as directed by the Client's Policies, Processes and Procedures.
  • Responsible for immediately reporting any account technical issue(s) (i.e. enterprise software, proprietary screening software).
  • Responsible for monitoring client and Vigilant emails.
  • Timely escalation of any client issues that you are unable to resolve.
  • Execution of any additional requirements per client's processes and policies.
  • Must continue to study relevant federal regulations and to continue learning in a rapidly changing regulatory environment. (e.g. Section 232, Section 301, etc.)

Required Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor's Degree preferred in Business or related field.
  • Professional Experience:├é┬áMinimum 3 to 5 years experience in a global trade compliance environment, preferably in an Industrial Machinery/Electronics environment.
  • Proficient in U.S. ECCN and U.S. HTS Classification.
  • Proficient with Antidumping and Countervailing duties.
  • Proficient with import and export trade compliance processes, policies, and controls.
  • Knowledge and experience working with FDA, FCC, EPA-TSCA import procedures and regulations.
  • Knowledge of global trade automation solutions (Oracle GTM, Amber Road, etc).
  • Attention to detail skills required.
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills with the ability to perform the day-to-day account activities independently with minimal supervision.
  • Must be able to organize and prioritize work in a dynamic and complex environment to meet deadlines and daily requirements.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products including but not limited to Outlook, Excel, and Word.
  • Ability to communicate (verbally and written) effectively with clients, coworkers and senior leadership.
  • Ability to work effectively with teams of staff from Vigilant, partners, and clients.
  • Strong customer relationship skills.
  • Ability to work cross-functionally with Sales, Finance, IT, Import and Export personnel, Operations and Legal executives to achieve business objectives.
  • Experience with Free Trade Agreement analysis a plus.
  • Some experience with Fish & Wildlife import requirements a plus.
  • Some experience with classifying chemicals a plus.
  • Professional Certificates, Licenses, and Training a plus.

How To Apply
Please apply online via http://vigilantgts.catsone.com/careers/ to be considered for this opportunity.
Vigilant
Posted date :: 1/31/2019
Expire date :: 4/2/2019

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