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Trade Compliance Analyst

Ensures on time coordination of customer & import/export shipments by interfacing with Customer Service, Purchasing, Account Managers and Corporate Traffic functions as appropriate.
Processes all shipping documents and related paperwork for all domestic and international orders in a thorough and timely manner to meet customer PK dates. This includes complex import and export documents for inbound/outbound shipments.
Performs and ensures all trade compliance requirements are met, including NAFTA analysis & Certification.
Reviews shipment information and researches part specification when applicable.
Manage applicable orders that pass through third party crating suppliers.
Prepares shipping papers, bills of lading, etc. and ensures all invoices and packing lists are complete and accurate.
Analyzes, audits, and evaluates internal and external business partners including operations, procedures and documentations to verify and ensure global trade compliance. Liaison with government officials.
Determines whether good meet the requirements of various free trade agreements, obtains appropriate documentation from suppliers and issues appropriate documentation to customers as requested. Conducts audits and reviews to verify compliance status, recommends corrective action and follow up with guidance to internal and external business partners.
Determines shipment compliance and recommends corrective action needed for compliance when applicable. Releases shipments on hold when they are in compliance.
Analyze, research and advise internal functions of requirements and possible issues impacting the movement of assets and goods. Researches and communicates the impact of regulatory changes on the company business model.
Maintains the customs classification database. Has basic knowledge of structure for customs classification for assigned business segment and legal documentation procedures.
Identified issues and advises management of potential risks and liabilities. Teams with facility management to improve compliance audit scores and provides guidance to business leaders, sourcing and sales on the impact of potential changes regarding distribution lanes and commodities.
Researches information for customs brokers, as requested, to facilitate shipments.
Evaluates and determines requirements for export licenses. Researches and identifies applicable provisions, then completes appropriate applications to government authorities and advises internal business partners of limitations.
Determines priority of shipments. Identifies and elevates complex issues in order to meet customer/contractor requirements and PK dates.
Maintains an understanding of the flow of goods to and from related subsidiaries. Keeps informed of changes to applicable trade regulations, program requirements, and the impact of regulatory changes.
Determines Customs Classification and duty rates for more complex goods for transport.
Manages relationships with customs brokers at the local level. Responds to inquiries from local Customs authorities.
Investigates and gathers carrier issues, damage or lost information to be forwarded to corporate Traffic team for resolution.
Traces lost or delayed shipments.
Follows-up with customers directly regarding carrier issues and potential missed PK dates.
Coordinates and negotiates pricing/terms with carriers for international shipments, or for shipments that need to be expedited with freight carriers that fall outside of Regal's Pro Trans.
Processes related freight invoices accordingly.
Coordinates and follows-up with dock shipping staff to ensure shipments are prepared and ready for shipping in a timely basis.
Documenting work instructions/SOP's and training back-up staff to perform these functions.
Maintaining files of all shipment paperwork (scan, hard copy filing).
All International and Expediting shipping is done independently without manager approval. Any exceptions to the Pro Trans shipping that needs to be done to meet PK date in emergency situations must be approved by Manager. All other job duties as handled independently.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent with 3 years related work experience.
Exports Compliance education, experience, and/or certification preferred. Customs Brokers license preferred.
Training and understanding of North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) preferred.
Able to work independently and make job related decisions on a timely basis.
Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and follow-through skills required.
Strong competency level in the areas of results and performance orientation, communication and change management, critical thinking, and teamwork.



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