Location: Aberdeen, ABE, United Kingdom
Date Posted: Apr 6, 2021
Closing Date: Apr 17, 2021
SPM Oil & Gas, A Caterpillar Company, headquartered near Fort Worth, Texas, produces a full line of pumps, flow iron, consumable parts, wellhead and pressure control products that are offered via an extensive global network of service centers. SPM Oil & Gas is focused on our strategy of providing our customers expanded offerings and services which will now be one of the broadest in the well service industry
Job Purpose: To lead the export controls program and serve as an experienced, individual contributor on compliance assignments that are complex in nature and that support and enhance Caterpillar facility performance and compliance.
Perform “real-time” screening of customers and suppliers in sensitive jurisdictions, including all Russia and China customers/suppliers and all other new customers/suppliers in the Eastern Hemisphere. Perform batch screening of customer/supplier database on a quarterly basis.
Administer the Order Intake Process to help manage the risk associated with transactions noted above, including review of sanctioned parties; transactions; products; intermediaries; end-use/users; countries of concern; and red flags. Collaborate with Legal and/or the Trade Center of Excellence to gather and evaluate additional information when escalation is needed.
Coordinate reviews, classifications, and periodic audits of products and parts utilizing Caterpillar’s ECCN classification process and leveraging external legal services to support HTS classifications.
Determine if any export licenses or license exception/exemptions are required by virtue of products’ export classification and destination, end-user, end-use, etc. and provide any related support prior to the proposed export, re-export, release, or transfer.
Provide support on SPM’s trade compliance program, including communications, training and awareness, record-keeping requirements, audits/assessments, and ad hoc projects and requests (i.e. HR1905, Antiboycott, Pro Forma Invoices).
Monitors compliance performance and recommends priorities and actions for improvement.
Reviews new products, equipment, and processes for potential risks and recommends modifications before introduction.
Collaborates with leaders and employees to identify and mitigate compliance risks.
Develops standards and work practices and monitors conformance through assessments.
Assures compliance with organization and government compliance standards.
Performs compliance assessments and supports compliance audits.
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Accounting, Finance, Audit, Risk Management, Business, Logistics or a related field.
Incumbents have usually gained 3 to 5 years of compliance experience and are able to perform complex assignments.
Strong analytical skills
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