Trade Compliance Process Expert

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Employer: Dodaj Media
  • Acquisitions - Logistics - Supplies
  • Internet - eCommerce
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Iasi
  • Updated at: 13.06.2021
    Short company description

    Since the opening of our virtual doors in 1995, we have never stopped pushing the limits of what is possible. Amazon's mission is "to be Earth's most customer-centric company," and our evolution has been driven by the spirit of innovation that is part of our DNA. We strive to hire the brightest professionals and we believe that employing a diverse workforce is central to our growth. People who succeed at Amazon have a lot in common - they are customer-centric, they are leaders, and they are innovators.


    Basic qualifications:

    - Strong written and oral communication skills in English
    - Good working knowledge of MS Office, MS Outlook; MS Excel proficiency is an advantage
    - Strong attention to details
    - Ability to analyze and identify patterns in large data sets
    - Decision making aptitudes based on given guidelines and in ambiguous contexts
    - Must be comfortable working with large data sets
    - Very good knowledge and experience in internet navigation and research – finding specific information about products in a timely manner.
    Basic Qualifications:
    - Graduation in any Discipline is required for this position
    - 3-5 years of experience in HTS & ECCN classification, with strong knowledge in Import & Export regulations, Free trade agreements (FTA), Country of origin (COO)

    Preferred qualifications:

    - Retail industry experience.
    - Experience leveraging technology to drive process improvements.
    - Experience with Lean Six Sigma and other process improvement tools.
    - Familiarity with SQL.


    Job Responsibilities:
    Your job responsibilities as a Trade Compliance Specialist may include:
    - Manually classify products with tariff classification codes based on business requirements.
    - To audit the results of the team’s output and ensure the output achieves expected accuracy
    - Mentor/train overall team to improve metrics (efficiency, quality) and progress to next level functionally by sharing knowledge
    - Identifies gaps and drives improvement/ optimization initiatives that work toward a metric improvement within processes/functions at site level
    - Develops processes or tool components with documented SOPs for new processes or activities undertaken by the function

    In addition to the core responsibilities listed above, you will be expected to take on a larger organizational role. These can include tasks such as:
    - Responsible for productivity, quality, and coverage metrics goals
    - Analyzes data and is responsible for highlighting gaps, recommending solutions, driving/influencing inter-function decisions
    - Deep dive into a problem, performs ‘root cause analysis,’ and identifies constraints and recommend solutions to fix business problems
    - Drive continuous improvement and documenting any issues/RCAs/action planning in functional area and owns specific action or change recommended
    - Training and mentoring new hires and other associates, suggests improvements to training
    - Creation and maintenance of SOPs and supporting documents that mandate for classification process
    - Interacts with multiple stakeholders to communicate on process & operations and represents data/metrics information and project reviews

    Other info

    The Trade Compliance teams ensure that Amazon transactions satisfy legal requirements to file complete and accurate export and import declarations with local customs and other government authorities for international shipments. Global Trade Compliance (GTC) and Global Trade Counsel are responsible for procedures for assigning and reporting correct and accurate import and export classifications, customs values, and country or origin. These data elements are used by local customs, tax or other government authorities to determine, among other things, the rate of duty, the amount of duty and tax, and the exportability/admissibility of the shipment. Consequences of inaccurate declarations include delays, underpayment or overpayment of duties and taxes, fines or penalties, seizure, and revocation of import or export privileges.