Global Trade Compliance Analyst

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Location
Jacksonville, Florida
Industry
Warehousing & Distribution (Transportation and Material Moving Occupations)
Job Type
Full-Time
Salary
US$ 42,000 - US$ 50,000 per year, $42k - 50k per year + none
Ref. Number
S_27253
Contact
Sessoms,Debra, Spherion
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Job Description

Our client located on the Northside is seeking an experienced Global Trade Compliance Analyst. The position is responsible for assisting the group's efforts to ensure the company's processes, internal controls, and reporting are compliant with international laws & regulations. The individual will provide international compliance support for areas such as product classification, trade preference programs, admission eligibility, and analysis of trade issues.

Responsibilities will include:

- Perform HTS classification of products for US, Europe, and Canada.
- Identify and assist with tariff engineering opportunities during product development.
- Identify and communicate any product eligibility issues.
- Determine subjectivity to U.S. Fish and Wildlife and other government partner agencies.
- Maintain Global Trade Management Software
- Update product master with HS classifications, and PGA information as needed.
- Communicate pertinent product information to internal customers, as well as Freight Forwarders, Customs Brokers, and suppliers.
- Operations Support
- Audit product information to ensure accuracy.
- Provide support to internal partners on Customs & Trade matters such as sample management, hand carries, and general trade inquiries.
- Support internal self-testing program.
- Review partners under the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism program.
- Review products' eligibility for duty reductions programs.

Requirements:
--Bachelor's Degree (Business, Supply Chain, or International focus preferred) or relevant, equivalent work experience Distribution, Logistics or Supply Chain.
--Minimum 3 years' work experience, preferably in a multinational environment.
--Experience in HTS product classification and researching customs rulings and compliance publications.
--Strong analytical and good decision-making skills.
--Ability to prioritize multiple competing tasks; is flexible, adaptable, collaborative and follows-through.
--Ability to search, interpret and apply complex government regulations in actionable activities as appropriate.
--Strong written and verbal communication skills.
--Must be able to effectively communicate complex Customs and Trade issues to a non-expert audience, internally and externally.
--Willingness to learn and adapt to changing needs quickly.
--MS Office proficiency, especially Excel.

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