Trade Compliance Senior Analyst

What You'll Do You'll have opportunities to speak up, solve problems, lead others, and be an owner every day as you... Apply knowledge of U.S. and foreign customs regulations/global trade compliance to promote increased trade compliance within the organization. Conduct import data reviews, including updating and reviewing country of origin data routinely and ensuring data integrity through database comparisons across all data sources. Conduct record-keeping audits. Constantly review Free Trade Agreement (FTA) processes and procedures, including the solicitation and support of documents required for both existing and new FTAs yearly and as needed for audits, and to ensure benefits are claimed correctly. Create and deliver import/export compliance training materials, providing support and guidance to internal and external stakeholders. Evaluate new government requirements to ensure import and export compliance with changes and incorporate the same into day-to-day operations and standard operating procedures. Identify and analyze causes of international and domestic non-compliance issues and gaps and generate recommendations to management. Manage and assign Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) classifications, Export Control Classification (ECCN), and country of origin information. Lead cross-functional teams as needed. Recommend, develop, and maintain corporate policies and procedures, driving company-wide compliance with global trade programs and initiatives. Support internal, external, and required government compliance audits. Team with third party service providers (e.g., customs brokers and freight forwarders) as necessary to implement and/or maintain trade and logistics processes in support of operations. Use problem-solving skills to find new and creative ways for process improvement and cost reduction. Perform additional responsibilities as requested to achieve business objectives. Sound Like You? You might be just who we're looking for if you have... A Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Tax, Finance, International Relations, Pre-Law, International Business, or Supply Chain. A Customs Broker License (CBL), or a willingness to obtain one. Eight years of experience in accounting, tax, finance, international relations, pre-law, international business, or supply chain. Two or more years of experience with global trade compliance responsibilities in a complex import/export environment (preferred). Experience with global, U.S., and Canadian customs procedures. Experience with the U.S. ACE system is preferred. A demonstrated ability to lead, influence, solve problems, and work with all levels in the organization, including Executive Leadership. Strong analytical, organization, time management, and process management skills for success in a deadline-oriented environment. A demonstrated high level of written, verbal, and interpersonal skills to communicate information, ideas, procedures, and processes in a logical sequence and at a level appropriate to the audience, resulting in effective working relationships. The ability to work cooperatively both in a team environment and independently. Competencies that include business acumen, organization skills, and the ability to be accurate and timely in completing work assignments. A demonstrated ability to effectively use the office automation, communication, software, and tools currently used in the Herman Miller office environment. The ability to perform all essential job functions of the position with or without accommodations.
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Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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