Reporting to the WG VP of Finance, Division Trade Compliance Manager will manage import/export compliance as dictated by the US Department of Commerce, the Department of State (Directorate of Defense Trade Controls), Customs and Border Protection, Office of Foreign Assets Control, and other relevant international trade regulations. The Trade Compliance Manager will provide top-to-bottom training of all personnel on regulations and requirements. He or she will also conduct an audit of each operation’s import/export programs to ensure that all operations have current classification matrices for products, raw material, primary manufacturing equipment, imported items and technology, as well as appropriate export licenses. The Trade Compliance Manager will also work closely with PCC’s internal Compliance Counsel regarding program discussions, revisions, special licensing requirements, disclosures, investigations, projects and general updates and consultation. He or she will also consult with Customs Brokers and interface with Government officials as needed.
- Direct and supervise WG division import/export compliance programs
Manage compliance with export and import regulations as dictated by US Department of Commerce and Department of State, CBP, and OFAC and other relevant international trade regulations
Provide top-to-bottom training of all personnel on regulations and requirements
Ensure all facilities are screening customers against all government restricted party lists
Ensure all facilities screen orders for EAR General Prohibitions and Red Flags
Ensure all facilities have current classification matrices for products, raw material, primary manufacturing equipment, imported items, and technology.
Ensure all facilities have an effective Technology Control Plan (“TCP”) that involves sales, engineering, purchasing, HR, shipping, quality assurance, and production control, and that it includes a clean laptop policy for international travel and compliance to the “Deemed Export” rule
Ensure all facilities’ Human Resources departments have processes for hiring foreign nationals and visitor policies that monitor visitors and limit foreign national access as required
Manage and facilitate all export/import licensing requirements
Audit all facilities’ import/export compliance programs annually
Attend import/export training courses annually to stay current with regulatory changes
Work closely with Compliance Counsel for compliance program discussions, revisions, special licensing requirements, disclosures, investigations, projects, general updates and consultations
Consult with the PCC General Counsel and internal Compliance Counsel as needed
Consult with Customs Broker(s) for import compliance requirements and issues
Train, guide and support each facility’s Facility Compliance Officer
Interface with Government officials as needed
Review and provide proactive feedback on various commercial contracts related to vendors and customers
Documentable ability to establish and manage trade compliance matters for a global organization
Strong familiarity in the workable analysis and understanding of ITAR, EAR, CBP regulations, Treasury sanction programs and Bureau of Census, Foreign Trades Statistics Regulations (FTSR) and UK BIS regulations
Strong working knowledge of licensing and classification (such as USML, CCL, Schedule B, HTS and UK Controlled Goods Lists)
Experience in interactions with Governmental trade compliance authorities, including the Department of State (Directorate of Defense Trade Controls), the Department of Commerce (Bureau of Industry and Security), Customs and Border Protection and Office of Foreign Assets Control
Strong working knowledge of custom entry process and customs regulations
Extensive knowledge of Technology Control Plans
An aggressive, energetic, amiable, confident and customer-focused style with strong oral and written communication, persuasion and negotiation skills, as well as a proactive and initiative-taking approach, and the ability to multi-task and thrive in a fast-paced, results-oriented and demanding environment
Experience with complex commercial contracts and agreements
At least a BS/BA degree
Brokers license preferred
Strong written and oral communication skills
Multi-Operation experience in trade compliance
At least five years of trade compliance management and auditing experience
Attractive base salary, highly competitive incentive bonus, and comprehensive relocation assistance.
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