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International Trade Compliance Specialist

Garmin - Kansas, United States
4 months ago
International Trade Compliance Specialist-1800006 Description As a leading worldwide provider of navigation devices and wearable technology, our focus is on developing, designing and supporting superior products. Our advanced technology promotes performance, safety and ease of use in every market we serve. That makes us an engineering and technology company with a keen focus on recruiting talent in those fields. But the same vertical integration business model that keeps all design and manufacturing processes in-house also gives us the incentive to hire top performers from different backgrounds, including operations, finance and accounting, information technology, sales, marketing and communications. Do you have a flair for ensuring regulatory compliance in managing exports and imports and exports? Garmin\\\'s International Trade Compliance team is looking for you. We\\\'re seeking an International Trade Compliance Specialist at our world headquarters in Olathe, KS. Garmin\\\'s International Trade Compliance Specialist is responsible for insuring that Garmin import, export and supply chain security activities fully comply with governmental laws and regulations. {Including, Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms (ITAR), U. S. Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Controls (OFAC), Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)} This includes the import and export of products, services, transfer of technical data, and all other import and export licensing and compliance matters. Key responsibilities also include developing and implementing policies and procedures compliant with import, export and supply chain security laws and regulations. For exports, determining export classification (ECCN), jurisdiction, licensing end use and licensing requirements (if applicable) based upon the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and U.S. Customs Regulations (CBP). If license is required, manage application for license and track and audit usage. For imports, determine the classification of products using (a) the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) according to General Rules of Interpretation (GRI’s), (b) Binding Rulings, (c) Explanatory Notes, (d) Informed Compliance Publications, (e) Reasonable Care. Guides, and (f) other established Customs information. Administer, monitor, and document export control screening (Denied Party List Screening) and clearance of any resulting red flags globally. (Tier 1-2-3 resolutions). Other key essential functions include: Prepare and submit official Commodity Classification (export) and binding ruling (import) requests, as required. Provide Develop, document and implement customized import, export controls and supply chain security compliance training programs for internal and external stakeholders. Communicate formal guidance regarding the requirements and interpretation of import, export and supply chain security regulations and implement such requirements. Publish, regularly update and distribute global import, export controls and supply chain security policy and procedure manuals. Support supply chain security initiatives to attain certification and validation of global initiatives. (C-TPAT, AEO, PIP) Design tools and performance reports to provide awareness and measure effectiveness of import, export controls and supply chain security compliance programs. Identify, recommend and implement import and export compliance and operational synergies to reduce cost and regulatory risk. Lead regular and periodic compliance reviews and assessments (internal & external) of corporate import, export and supply chain security activities. Provide oversight of third party providers, focusing on compliance with meeting agreed to service and compliance levels. (E.g. freight forwarders, customs brokers, etc.). Develop, create or obtain all necessary performance metric reports. Maintain import, export controls and supply chain security compliance records in accordance with governmental regulations. Ensure the proper and timely filing of all post entry reconciliation including voluntary tenders, protests, or Supplemental Information Letter’s (SIL) Attend seminars, meetings and read journals and other industry. publication to maintain knowledge of specialized information and identify any regulation or industry changes affecting Company’s’ business. Qualifications Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor\\\'s degree in the disciplines of Business Administration, Management, Operations, Supply Chain, Engineering or a related field plus 5 years relevant experience OR a minimum of 9 year\\\'s experience performing a role substantially similar to the essential functions of this job description. Other key requirements for this role include: Demonstrates comprehensive knowledge and experience with Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Demonstrates comprehensive knowledge and experience in import or export compliance polices and audit procedures. Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, presentation) with ability to implement and conduct training programs. Must demonstrate effective and strong verbal and written communication skills. Must be team-oriented, possess a positive attitude and work well with others Must demonstrate a high level of interpersonal and communication skills to work across functional and organizational lines. Must be detail oriented and possess the ability to prioritize, organize and multi-task in a flexible, fast paced and challenging environment to effectively meet deadlines. Must be motivated, detail-oriented and have the ability to work proactively and effectively with minimal supervision. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office Software (Outlook, Word and Excel), and basic knowledge of Access. Candidates with project management experience, previous leadership experience, U.S. Customs broker license and International Customs experience are preferred. Global logistics experience is a also a plus. Our benefits, designed to lead an evolving marketplace, support innovation and encourage a healthy balance between work and life, keep us competitive and allow our associates to make their own decisions about their well-being and future. We offer a choice of healthcare plans—with low or no premiums—which consistently rank in the 90th percentile when compared to other high-tech employers, plus dental and vision plans for you and your family. In addition, our financial benefits rate 82% above the median for technology companies comparable in size. Our 401K retirement plan provides 5% of pay base contribution plus a match of 75 cents for every dollar you contribute to a maximum of 10% of your compensation. The employee stock purchase plan allows for shares to be bought at a 15% discount. EEO/AA/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans Job International Trade Compliance Primary LocationUS-KS-Olathe Organization Operations Schedule Full-time

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Blue Pipeline Incubator (BPI) Seward Manager/AK SBDC Business Advisor

Alaska Ocean Cluster Initiative/Bering Sea Fisherman Association - Alaska, United States
7 months ago
This position is responsible for coordinating the activities of BPI in Seward, planning, coordinating, and overseeing the development, delivery and reporting of all professional programs, activities and services of BPI and the Alaska Small Business Development Center (AK SBDC). The position is a new and unique position that requires the attention and oversight of an individual who has small business and/or program development experience. The BPI program is focused on innovative, ocean-related startups in Alaska, a program within the Alaska Ocean Cluster Initiative (AOCI). The BPI Seward Manager will be the prime interface for entrepreneurs and responsible for managing the operations, planning, marketing and development of the BPI program. This position requires a self-starter who is a team player with leadership qualities, excellent marketing skills, a professional and positive attitude, organization and dependability. This is a challenging role but at the same time makes available endless opportunities and learning for the candidate. The BPI Seward Manager will work collaboratively with incubator tenants and clients, the business service providers, economic development entities, and the business community. The BPI Seward Manager will work to solicit business recruitment and retention for the incubator program. They work to develop and maintain collaborations with partnering agencies and nonprofits. The BPI Seward Manager will also provide small business management advising and technical services to exiting and small business owners in and around Seward and will be required to meet the contracted metrics of the AK SBDC.

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International Trade Specialist

Illinois Small Business Development Center at Champaign County EDC - Illinois, United States
7 months ago
Position: International Trade Specialist at the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Champaign County EDC Reports To: Executive Director, Champaign County Economic Development Corporation & Director, Illinois Small Business Development Center at Champaign County EDC Status: Full-Time The SBDC International Trade Specialist will provide one-on-one consulting to Illinois small and medium-sized businesses seeking international trade assistance. This assistance will provide international trade information, preliminary market research for clients, and assist clients in developing an international marketing plan and/or business strategy. The SBDC International Trade Specialist will dedicate seventy-five percent (75%) of his/her time providing international trade advice to companies and twenty-five percent (25%) in special activities including professional development, developing and leading international trade training programs and seminars, and supporting activities for the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity’s (DCEO) SBDC International Trade Center statewide program. The SBDC International Trade Specialist is further responsible to ensure that all activities under the SBDC International Trade Center grant are fully and properly reported. The SBDC International Trade Specialist will: evaluate export capability and readiness of area companies identify and analyze a company’s international trade needs and hurdles provide in-depth advice on international trade techniques, the export processes and international market opportunities provide advice on pricing, documentation, finance options, shipping and logistics information, translation, foreign market and industry research, tariff schedules, and industry classifications conduct market research using appropriate reference material and databases to assist companies to identify international markets with the greatest potential for their product or service develop and conduct seminars and workshops on the basics of exporting, international market opportunities and other appropriate topics develop and conduct Exporters Forums or similar networking sessions to assist new-to-export companies in developing mentor relationships establish and maintain working relationships with federal, state and local governments and private organizations involved in exporting and international trade maintain client files with appropriate records, notes, economic impact and other statistical information required in Neoserra serve as an outreach partner of the Department of Commerce’s Illinois Office of Trade and Investment (OTI) promoting OTI services, trade shows, and other programs Qualifications: Required: B.A. or B.S. degree in Business Administration, International Business, or related field from an accredited institution of higher education; or similar combination of training, experience and education 2-3 years of experience in international trade business development with a business or economic development organization knowledge of or experience in international trade related activities excellent written and verbal communication skills commitment to maintaining confidentiality and a high degree of accuracy in client records Preferred: foreign language skills Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) designation Compensation commensurate with experience and qualifications. For full consideration, please submit a letter of interest, resume, and professional references to carly@champaigncountyedc.org no later than 4 pm on June 18, 2018. The Illinois Small Business Development Center at Champaign County EDC is funded through a cooperative agreement between the U.S. Small Business Administration, Illinois Department of Commerce, and the Champaign County Economic Development Corporation; with additional support provided by EDC of Decatur and Macon County and the Midwest Inland Port. The funding of the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Champaign County EDC is based on yearly agreements and is state grant dependent. The Champaign County EDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Trade Compliance manager

Gateway Recruiting - Wisconsin, United States
6 months ago
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES Manage export and import licenses and approvals from foreign regulatory agencies Oversee record keeping related to import/export logistics and compliance. Review documentation and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to ensure compliance with company business practices and applicable laws and regulations. Manage communication process for internal departments, customs brokers, government agencies, customers and vendors. Review product descriptions and technical data to determine import/export classification in accordance with the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) and applicable laws and regulations. Establish and oversee internal audit processes for accurate classifications and compliance with applicable laws. Support Trade Compliance Manager and supervise Corporate Compliance Team. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Bachelor's degree. 5 - 7 years supervisory experience. Proficient in Excel and Access. Knowledgeable in international shipping and customs procedures. Experience in Canada and Mexico customs procedures / trade compliance strongly preferred. Licensed customs broker a plus. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Highly organized and process oriented with the ability to work in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment. $TCOM, $LOGS

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Global Trade Compliance Specialist (Import/Export)

Gateway Recruiting - Pennsylvania, United States
6 months ago
This position will oversee operational activity, drive global compliance projects and strengthen the execution of the trade compliance program. The selected candidate will work within the Global Logistics team to support our overseas suppliers, customers and internal customers (Product Teams, Sales, Engineering and Marketing) to enable the continued growth in the aftermarket space. Responsibilities and Duties/Essential Duties Develop and maintain an effective compliance program. Design, develop, and implement policies, procedures and manuals related to compliance with U.S. and foreign control laws and regulations. Coordinate and administer compliance processes for daily shipments, including; screening for denied parties, booking and scheduling transportation, preparing documentation (commercial invoice, packing list, SLI, etc), reviewing sanctioned and embargoed countries, preparing accurate documentation, classifying skus, performing periodic audits and maintaining records in compliance with all US Customs regulations. Ensure that transactions comply with applicable U.S. Laws, Government Agency Regulations and internal Company Products procedures. Interact regularly with and provide operational support on Import / Export compliance matters to internal stakeholders, including Product teams, Supply Chain, Shipping and Sales. Stay abreast of current and emerging rules and regulations which may affect Company Product’s Trade Compliance, in particular with regard to Canada, China, Taiwan and Mexico. Be responsible for researching, analyzing and interpreting U.S. and Foreign government regulations and determining if they affect Company shipments, in particular with regard to potential Company Products acquisitions and growth opportunities. Prepare and file any required reports, licenses or documents to Bureau of Industry and Security, Office of Foreign Assets Control and other government agencies. Develop and deliver presentations, including export general awareness training, program/function specific training to Company Products audiences. Competencies Ability to work cross functionally with Company Products stakeholders to ensure stable and compliance Export operations while elevating overall Trade Compliance capabilities. Strong attention to detail, ensuring that inaccuracies which might drive inefficient export shipments are identified and vetted. Ability to develop, follow, manage and enforce processes and standard operating procedures. Ability to manage multiple requests, processing while prioritizing and meeting customer shipment deadlines. Qualifications Experience working in an international logistics/transportation/customs brokerage firm and/or working with global customers/partners preferred. Knowledge of import / export processes, including: C-TPAT, Restricted Party Screenings, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations. Experience with product classification, including: Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) and Export Control Classification Number (ECCN). Demonstrated ability to develop and implement advanced compliance control policies, procedures, and instructions. Proficiency in commodity jurisdiction and classification determinations and making determinations regarding applicability of exemptions and exceptions. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, etc.) and SAP.

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