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Regional Trade Operations Manager

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Location: Wuxi, 32, China
Date Posted: Mar 9, 2019

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Job Description

Description

Accountable for the trade compliance program for the Asia/Pacific Region reporting to the Global Trade Compliance Operations Manager. 

        Resource to have accountability and ownership of all trade operations processes within region.

        Provide leadership and management of local trade operations teams.

        Primary point of contact with the PSLD Trade advisory teams on Asia Pacific trade matters.

        Regional Subject Matter Expert for all areas of trade compliance operationsl

        Responsible for overseeing and ensuring local teams meet all requirements of the corporate program.

        Develop and maintain standard procedures and performance metrics

        Support and oversee automation initiatives and special projects to improve process efficiency and risk management.

        Implement, Manage and Review the application of Duty Optimization Projects

        Manage the performance of service providers including customs brokers, freight forwarders, contractors, and consultants.

        Provide support for and oversight for daily custom clearance activities

        Collaborate with the procurement team and Global Customs Advisory team on sourcing events

        Provide oversight for export control requirements including screening, classification, and license management

        Regional coordinator for Supply Chain Security programs (i.e. C-TPAT, Trusted Trader)

        Responsible for establishing and ensuring consistent application of trade operation procedures in alignment with local regulations

        Provide support and oversight for changes in brokers and forwarders

Provide support for regional duty suspension regimes and associated reporting to customs.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

·        Bachelor degree in business, supply chain, or related field

·        Minimum of 5 years of experience in import/export administration including classification, free trade agreements, duty drawback, and auditing.

·        Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to collaborate across multiple organizations

·        Strong analytical skills and attention to detail

·        Prior leadership experience


Desired Qualifications:

* Previous experience in leadership in a multi-national company a strong plus

 

EEO/AA Employer. All qualified individuals – including minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities – are encouraged to apply.

 

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Job Info

Mar 9, 2019

1800076P

China