Customs Import Specialist Job Description Sample
Import Clerk Must Have Customs House Brokerage Experience - #15047
Import Clerk Must have Customs House Brokerage Experience - #15047
International Freight Forwarder and Customs House Broker in the Hawthorne, CA area needs an energetic Import Clerk to handle Customer Service and Documentation from A to Z, Correspondence, Import Clearance and Duties; Interact with Federal Agencies, Carrier Selection and Dispatch. Client Requires previous CHB Experience and a Stable Job Record.
Working Knowledge of Cargowise would be a Plus as would a College Degree. Good Benefits. $40K to $50K DOE.
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Start the New Year with a New Career Due to growth, we have multiple clients looking to add logistics talent in the New Year. If you want to make a change, one application can get you exposure to multiple opportunities To qualify, you must have at least one year of current experience in one of the following areas: Ocean Export
Traffic, documentation, and customer service Air Import
Inbound tracking and tracing, opening files, document turnover, delivery, billing Customs Brokerage - reviewing classifications, transmitting via ABI to obtain release (cf7501, cf3461) Third Party Search represents some of the best
Import Compliance Specialist
Import Compliance Specialist
Post Date 01/15/2018 Company-Division Qualcomm Incorporated - Finance/Accounting
- San Diego
Manage global import and indirect tax issues; work with in-country staff to create process improvements and ensure compliance with country-specific regulations.
Drive efficiencies in operations and spearhead the development of the Americas trade compliance program.
Facilitate new business unit growth opportunities through the launch of global new product introductions (5G, IOT, Augmented Reality).
Lead North America compliance reviews and work closely with local customs authorities.
Maintain oversight over required import and export documentation in accordance with local laws and corporate policy.
Pursue IT automation efforts related to compliance. All Qualcomm employees are expected to actively support diversity on their teams, and in the Company.
Minimum Qualifications + 2+ years of experience in in-house compliance department, accounting/indirect tax, international trade consulting, trade law or related discipline.
- Experience with US import regulations, HTS classification, customs valuation, and indirect tax management.
Preferred Qualifications + A candidate with Big Four or similar varied experience in support of evaluating and implementing best practices for import compliance on a global level, and supporting complex projects related to cross-functional teams, such as Finance, Tax, Legal, Supply Chain, Project Management, Government Affairs, and Logistics + Advanced degree preferred
- MBA or JD + Licensed Customs Broker
Education Requirements BS/BA degree in International Business, Finance, Economics, Tax or a related field. *LI-SRC EEO employer: including race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability & veterans status.
Import Export Specialist With Brokerage Lic
Clayton Services, a leading staffing provider in Houston, is searching for an Import/Export Specialist with Brokerage Lic. This opportunity is with a thriving company in the Southwest area of Houston. This is a great position if you are a certified Import/Export Specialist with previous experience specializing in compliance.
Import/Export Specialist with
• Booking, scheduling of shipments, compliance adherence, document preparation, and tracing/tracking oversight to ensure deliveries are on time
• Audit charges for services including brokerage, storage, ocean freight and inland freight and create service PO's
• Answer questions and resolve issues involving all areas of imports supply chain process from customs brokers, ocean carriers, inland carriers and internal employees.
• Run various reports to analyze broker, trucker and ocean carrier performance.
• Audit service provider statements to ensure all invoices are posted.
• Import/Export certified
• Previous Import/Export experience is required
• Ability to manage multiple tasks at once
• Great communication and organization skills
• Ability to quickly resolve any problems/issues with supply chain process
• MS Office proficiency
• Experience working in a fast-paced work environment
If this is the opportunity for you, apply today! Pay rate is $80K to $100K DOE.
Import Compliance Specialist II
POSITION PROFILE Maintains import compliance for all Company imports in accordance with US Customs (CBP) regulations, Company policies and all applicable requirements .Conducts post-entry reviews, investigates errors and coordinates with brokers to assure timely entry corrections. Updates, maintains and reports on the Customs Broker Compliance Measurement program, , conducts analysis for KPI's and other required departmental reports, responsible for researching and reporting of Quantity and Valuation discrepancies to CBP, participates in review/development of department SOP's as well as the update of the Customs Compliance Manual. Maintains import records and record destruction. Participates and provides support for departmental audits, transactional testing, corrective actions, classification, supports the ISA Program and other special projects or initiatives, as required. JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsible for the post-audit of Ricoh's entries to ensure compliance. Includes review of automated post-entry reports and performs manual post-audit, as applicable
Responsible for the update, maintenance, and reporting of the Custom Broker Compliance Measurement Program. This includes the formal notification of errors and non-compliant entries to the Customs broker, the receipt and review of the Customs brokers corrective actions, and the measurement and reporting of the Customs broker's quarterly compliance rating.
Participates in and supports departmental audits, transactional testing and improvement plans
Researches and drafts responses for "Requests for information" from CBP * Assists and supports NAFTA program, if required
Conducts research, analyses and prepares reports as required for KPI's & Senior Management, duty payments, tariff classifications, special projects, etc.
Responsible to advise management on Quantity and Valuation reportable discrepancies for CBP; advises CHB to file PSC as applicable
Reviews/tracks duty drawback claims, payments and records. Responsible for maintaining import records and records destruction schedules
Performs Tier II Classification review
Provides back-up support to other members in the Trade Compliance Group
Interfaces with & responds to internal and external import customers
Participates in the quarterly review & development of SOPs, and update of the Customs Compliance Manual
Supports departmental and company special projects and initiatives, as required QUALIFICATIONS (Education, Experience, and Certifications)
Four year college degree (BS or BA), or equivalent work experience * 5-7 years experience in a Customs Compliance environment
Advanced knowledge the US HTS Harmonized Tariff Schedule, the US Customs Regulations, full understanding of the GRI's, Section and Chapter Notes as well as the Explanatory Notes, CROSS rulings, and OGA's.
Advanced analytical skills, experience with Anti-dumping, Duty Drawback, Reconciliation, NAFTA, ISF's, ACE, ACH, ISA.
Customs Brokers License a plus
Oracle experience a plus
Related industry experience highly preferable
Experience or familiarity with Supply Chain initiatives highly desirable Ricoh is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer -- Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled.
Customs Compliance Specialist
Job Description SCHEDULE: Mon
- Fri 8am to 5pm PAY: $26/hr. SEND RESUME TO: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 630-495-5253 and ask for irma Kelly Services is currently hiring for a Customs Compliance Specialist for a fire alarm and security system manufacturer located in Aurora, IL. The ideal candidate will be able to classify products and has experience with imports. Job Duties and
Assist with classification of export and import shipments
Assist with GL coding for statements, audit of entries and record retention
Provide the HTS to the broker as needed for import clearance
Review import documentation to ensure proper classification and correct value is declared on the customs entries
Extensive knowledge of US Customs regulations and ability to classify products using the Harmonized Tariff Schedule
Strong knowledge of customs forms such as 7501, 3461 - Good understanding of international logistics and import procedures to the USA
Associate Degree in Business, Supply Chain or Logistics SCHEDULE: Mon
Fri 8am to 5pm PAY: $26/hr. SEND RESUME TO: email@example.com or call 630-495-5253 and ask for irma
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Import Export Specialist - Compliance, Auditing, Nafta,
Import Export Specialist
Compliance, Auditing, NAFTA, Import Export Specialist
Compliance, Auditing, NAFTA, - Skills Required
Import and Export, Compliance, Auditing, Customs House broker license or certification, NAFTA Certificate of Origins If you are a Import Export Specialist with experience, please read on!
What You Will Be Doing As Import/Export Compliance Specialist, you will be responsible for the tasks that mitigate risk to import and export related activities by managing a compliance program, Auditing shipments, classify goods and enforce all import/export compliance regulations. You will manage information flow of shipment details/information between appropriate internal departments and external customers, and manage a smooth flow of import orders from origin through customs clearance.
Other duties and responsibilities, will include: Manage Import/Export Program in Accordance with U.S.A Govt. Reg. Develop department specific trainings to instruct employees on Import/Export Regulations as it pertains to their job responsibilities.
Examples of trainings would include documentation requirements under 19 CFR, 15 CFR, and 30 CFR, deemed export controls, anti-boycott language, and Incoterms. Maintain a HTSUS Classification Database including classifying newly developed products as well as a thorough review of the current HTSUS Classifications used by the organization. All classification should be conducted in accordance with the General Rules of Interpretation and substantiation of classification should include, when applicable cited Binding Ruling, Explanatory Notes, Informed Compliance Publications, and other established Customs information.
Additionally and as needed submit Binding Ruling Requests to U.S. Customs. Free Trade Agreements: Responsible for Free Trade Agreement eligibility determinations in accordance with the applicable statues.
Create ruling requests for products and protests as necessary with U.S. Customs. Work closely with Procurement and Sales to ensure alignment. Duty Mitigation:
Perform overall analysis of current classifications and identify any opportunities for duty savings through the use of free trade agreements, tariff engineering, complete applications for products to be included in a Miscellaneous Trade Bill, review potential for duty drawback or use of an FTZ as appropriate. ECCN Determination: Maintain and determine export control classification numbers for all items being exported utilizing the Commerce Control List as well as Country Chart to ascertain whether license exceptions or licensing is applicable. o Denied Party Screening:
Be responsible for vetting all parties to the transaction and maintaining proof of screenings completed. Post Entry Auditing: Utilizing a risk based selection process complete auditing of entries to include a cradle to grave approach (Purchase Order through Proof of Payment to Foreign Vendor). Maintain KPIs of audit findings to complete internal or external corrective actions, as needed.
Post EEI Filing Audits Utilizing a risk based selection process complete Electronic Export information Filing audits to include a cradle to grave approach (sales order through proof of receipt of payment from foreign customer). Maintain KPIs of audit findings to complete internal or external corrective actions, as needed. Record Retention: responsible for maintaining all import/export records in accordance with the applicable governmental statues and complete periodic reviews to ensure records are being retained appropriately. Respond to Governmental Correspondence:
Responsible for responding to import or export governmental requests including but not limited to CF-28s, CF-29s, CF-4647s, etc. Post-Liquidation Activities: Responsible for handling all post liquidation activities, as warranted including the drafting and submission of protests.
AD/CVD Determinations: Responsible for the review of Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duty Scopes to determine if product is applicable to the scope. Keep abreast of upcoming investigations, which might be applicable to our product line.
External Controls and QBRs: Responsible for maintaining the relationship with our external service providers (Customhouse Brokers and Authorized Agents), participation in quarterly business reviews, collaboration and maintenance of mutually accepted standard operating procedures and implementation of corrective action or onboarding of new providers as needed.
What You Need for this Position More Than 5 Years of experience and knowledge of: Bachelors degree in related field preferred Customs House broker license or certification required. 8-10+ years experience in import/export compliance/transportation/documentation, customs broker or international shipper.
Experience with NAFTA Certificate of Origins required. In-depth knowledge of Incoterms, Harmonized Tariff Schedule, Explanatory Notes, GRIs, CROSS rulings, antidumping searches and import/export regulations required. Advance Proficiency in Excel and Word required; SAP ERP experience preferred.
Ability to handle all types of customers, suppliers and situations diplomatically. Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills a must. Strong Team orientation essential.
Willing to travel occasionally So, if you are a Import Export Specialist with experience, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Your Right to Work – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.
*Import Export Specialist
- Compliance, Auditing, NAFTA,* MI-WebbervilleRH-1423911
Sr Customs Compliance Specialist
Job Summary: Reporting to the Director of Supply Chain Management, the Sr. Custom Compliance Specialist will ensure corporate compliance with all U.S. Customs laws and regulations and manage compliance projects. The Sr. Custom Compliance Specialist will work closely with various departments, will research, analyze and determine the appropriate import classifications (Harmonized Tariff Schedule/HTS), based upon the U.S. Customs Regulations and relevant legal precedent, for the Company’s raw materials, parts, accessories and finished goods, and to maintain the Company’s related databases. The Sr. Custom Compliance Specialist Will:
Develop/update Custom Compliance policies and procedures to conform to government agency regulations including: U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Federal Drug Administration, Federal trade Commission, Federal Communications Commission, Department of Labor, Department of Commerce, FTZ Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Census.
Oversee implementation of policies and procedures to ensure corporate compliance with Customs laws/regulations
Communicate with government agencies to respond to official requests, request information, resolve Customs issues and prepare and file required reports
Conduct internal audits of Operations to ensure compliance with Customs laws/regulations and oversee corrective actions by Operating Groups
Ensure HTS classifications/valuation accuracy and oversee management of HTS database prepare appropriate certificates, including NAFTA, TSCA, Certificate of Origin.
- Resolve violations of government regulations by repairing prior disclosure and supporting documentation
Bachelor degree in a related field.
Customs Brokers license preferred
Minimum 8+ years leading custom compliance programs for a company.
Very strong working knowledge of U.S. Import/Export regulations, Customs and Border Patrol, FTZ, C-TPAT required
Export/Import knowledge required
Ability to interact with Engineers to understand technology.
Strong communication and organizational skills and the ability to effectively interact with individuals at various levels within the organization.
Ability to work independently.
Highly proficient with MS Office PowerPoint and Word required.
Ability to travel 1 – 2 per year Affirmative Action M/F/Vet/Disability, Equal Opportunity Employer ID: 2017-4795 Hours From: 8:30 AM Days Worked: Monday-Friday Hours To: 5:00 PM External Company Name: Ricoh Electronics Inc. External Company URL: www.rei.ricoh.com
Customs Compliance Specialist
Join our talented team. Employees at Vista Outdoor are passionate and committed to delivering quality products to our customers. Our culture centers on an engaged and accountable workforce. Our goal is to attract and retain a diverse workforce: rich in talent, background, ideas and experience.
Responsibilities and Qualifications
Customs Compliance Specialist
Job description: The Customs Compliance Specialist position has a heavy focus on FTZ monitoring compliance and inventory movements. This position is accountable for all FTZ merchandise, both foreign and domestic, that is admitted to the facility through use of an inventory control and recordkeeping system (FTZ software). This position will be responsible to produce accurate and timely reports as required by the company, the U.S. Customs & Border Protection, the Census Bureau, the U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Board, and related agencies; provide necessary information and oversight for entry and withdrawal of merchandise from the facility; maintain audit trail for zone merchandise from admission through shipment.
Essential FTZ Responsibilities:
Manages daily admissions into the FTZ (CF214) through Integration Point system
Prepares and submits to broker weekly CF3461 estimates; monitor cumulative shipments against 3461 estimates
Prepares and submits to broker weekly CF7501 filings
Prepares and submits to Customs CF7512 filings for in-bond movements out of the FTZ
Provides periodic reporting to Customs and Foreign Trade Zones Board (quarterly Harbor Maintenance Fee reporting; Annual Reconciliation and Systems Review; Annual FTZ Board report, blanket CF216 permit, etc.)
Maintains and updates as necessary FTZ files and retains FTZ records as required by law and regulations
Customs Compliance Specialist will work closely with FTZ Administrator performing internal audits of zone operations and reports results to management
Reconcile daily stock balance in FTZ software
Handle all recordkeeping for Import ITO
Collects Key Performance Indicator data from all brokers/divisions monthly and compiles into report
Runs various reports in ACE
Key Report: Monthly liquidation report for Action Sports protest
Codes invoices and submits to Accounts Payable for Action Sports compliance vendors
Creates a backup of all export documents
Collects duty drawback data for Bushnell & Action Sports based on claims filed for KPI’s purpose
Ensure copy of Carmichael’s records for FTZ are received on disc for the previous quarter and back-up created on CCT external hard drive
Reviews export documents as sent by shipping team for Action Sports
Directs inquiries from Distribution Planning team to appropriate Compliance Team personnel based on what is needed/ requested (i.e. FTA requests, country of origin, HTS, etc.)
Provides broker with information needed to submit duty drawback claims for previous year
Assist with audit requests from CBP/ CBSA
Assist with Reconciliations
Four-year degree preferred
Understanding of distribution, transportation, warehousing, and manufacturing. Logistics and/or Customs experience desired
FTZ Integration Point system experience preferred
Strong analytical, problem solving, organizational skills and detailed oriented
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work well independently
Strong desire to continually review and improve processes We offer a highly competitive salary, comprehensive benefits including: medical and dental, vision, disability and life insurance, 401K, PTO, tuition reimbursement, and the ability to add value to an exciting mission! Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Females/Protected Veteran/Disabled Vista Outdoor is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants are considered for employment without regard race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and any other characteristics protected by law. The EEO Law poster is available here: http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please note that this email address is for accommodation purposes only. Vista Outdoor will not respond to inquiries for other purposes.
Leading Enterprise in the Auction Industry
Located near Norman, OK, USA
Competitive salary, full time with benefits
· Responsible for coordination of import shipments, the documentation required by US Customs for entry of goods into the US, tracking goods, use of industry software to track details of files, and updating import status.
· Negotiate rates with freight forwarders, and more; prepare and submit quotations to prospective accounts on a daily basis.
· Daily interactions and departmental performance reporting to local management.
· Strong customer services skills
· 2-3 years of import experience
· Proficient MS office Software
· Cargowise freight forwarding module experience preferred
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