• Trade Compliance, Advisor

    Location IN-Bangalore
    Job ID
    53308
    Function
    Operations
  • Overview

    The Global Trade Compliance team is responsible to support all business functions related to cross-border transactions.

    Responsibilities

    • Policies, Procedures, Processes (Creation & Implementation)
      • Creates Trade Compliance Policies and Procedures, where required or assigned by the manager.
    • Systems & Product Database Management / Trade Data Management (e.g., HTS, ECCN, COO)
      • Works on complex classification issues, e.g., researches and drafts binding rulings/binding tariffs.
      • Classifies items in HS tables.
      • Recommends classification approach, reasoning to the leader of the department.
    • Regulatory Updates & Guidance to Various Internal & External Stakeholders
      • Responsible for maintenance of the regulatory updates in the GTCO's library.
      • Contributes to the guidance letters and announcement to be issued to the larger organization.
      • Researches legal regulatory requirements to apprise the GTCO team and other functions.
    • Customs Broker Selection & Management
      • Where required, manages Customs Brokers, directs Customs Broker compliance level to the extent provided for in the SOPs.
      • Where necessary, challenges requests from Customs Brokers that may not be required by the government.
      • Provides recommendations for Customs Broker that ought to be selected for use.
    • Clearance / Processes / Export Controls (Export, Import or Both) 
      • Provides Trade Compliance training service to internal clients.
      • Manages complex projects in various countries.
      • Coordinates various functions, independently leading to the projects' succesful conclusions.
    • Recordkeeping
      • Ultimately is responsible for proper recordkeeping of procedures and policies.
      • Responsible for all records availability upon demand.
    • Trade Compliance Audits & Investigations
      • Conducts Trade Compliance audits / Risk Assessments.
      • Provides insight available with significant experience.
      • Further develops and maintains comprehensive Trade Compliance Programs. Conducts complex audits independantly.
    • Training (Internal & External) 
      • Conducts Trade Compliance audits / Risk Assessments.
      • Provides insight available with significant experience.
      • Further develops and maintains comprehensive Trade Compliance Programs
    • Communication with the Government
      • Develops and maintains Trade Compliance Network, present at the conferences

    Qualifications

    • Preferred Education:
      • Master’s degree and an advanced degree (with preferred focus of the advanced degree on Business, Finance, Communication, or Law) or international trade law consulting work (at Big 4) experience or work experience at Customs or Export administration.
    • Preferred Work Experience (years):
      • Requires 8-12 years of experience in international trade compliance At least two (2) years of continuous commodity classification (export or import) experience is preferred.
    • Key Skills and Competencies:
      • Export license application experience (including commodity classification determinations, Commodity Jurisdiction, sanctions work, etc.) is preferred.
      • Project Management experience is required.
      • Advanced knowledge of MS Word and Excel is required.
      • Excellent writing skills are required.
      • Excellent communication skills are required.
      • Deep knowledge of trade law and regulations and demonstrated solid judgement

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