Responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable US & Canadian trade laws and regulations, as well communicating these requirements to internal and external partners. The trade compliance manager will audit imports/exports and proactively monitor transactions prior to arrival of cargo and through post-entry reviews. As the Trade Compliance Manager, you will measure the effectiveness of processes and controls to ensure compliance to US & Canada trade laws.
Essential Job Duties:
Analyzes regulations and procedures and relates them to operations company-wide.
Conducts monthly post-entry audits on US or Canadian imports against financial reports or order data to identify process deficiencies.
Implements improvements in critical areas of trade in terms of documentation, valuation, duty recovery and HS classification.
Reviews broker/forwarder documentation for correct values, commodity classifications, tariff codes and authorizations.
Leads engagement with I/T and other resources within the business to define, design and develop solutions on trade compliance matters to mitigate risks.
Updates trade related data in Trade Compliance 3rd party or proprietary software and ERP systems.
Assists senior manager in developing, maintaining and delivering training on Customs and Trade topics as needed to internal and external partners.
Promptly informs senior manager of any suspected violations of trade regulations by company employees or service providers (customs brokers, freight forwarders).
Assists with broker and forwarder (3rd party) service failures and implements solutions.
5 years Import/Export experience with focus on US and Canada trade regulations.
Strong knowledge and experience with HTS classification and FTA requirements
Knowledge and experience of import/export Trade Compliance procedures.
Extensive experience using Outlook, Excel, Access, Word, and the ability to quickly learn and use internal system applications is critical.
Previous experience managing direct reports in an import/export environment.
Excellent internal and external customer service skills.
Strong attention to detail, good organizational skills and the ability to prioritize with changing situations.
Ability to recognize and solve typical problems and select solutions from established options.
Good interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills to drive tasks to completion.
Direct position in similar role for an importer/exporter (not a freight forwarder/broker)
Experience with CBP & CBSA/Revenue Canada auditing methodology
CCS/CES designation or US Customs Broker's license is preferred
Bilingual (English/French or Spanish) preferred
LKQ Core Competencies:
Our Core Competencies are the commonly defined set of skills, knowledge, traits and motives required to be successful both individually and collectively at LKQ. All LKQ employees are rated on these core competencies: Communication, Teamwork, Dependability, Integrity, Problem-solving Initiative, Job/Skills knowledge, Accountability, Leadership.
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