Customs Analyst

Revel IT

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Our Illinois client has a contract opportunity for a Customs Analyst who will provide technical and analytical support for customs and trade compliance matters at the site/division level, ensuring compliance with all relevant customs regulations and trade laws and regulations, including 19CFR, 15CFR, FDA, USDA, and other US regulatory agency requirements.

 

  • Classifying experience is mandatory for this role.
  • Customs regulatory experience.
  • Detail oriented, effective communication, multitask.
  • HTS classification experience.

 

Job Description:

  • Possess and apply a basic understanding and working knowledge of US import/export regulations and requirements to support business needs.
  • Demonstrate a solid understanding of client’s internal control framework for customs and trade and apply it to daily activities in a way that protects client from risk exposure and penalties.
  • Troubleshoot import delays and ensure timely and accurate response to Broker Requests for Information for shipments detained during clearance through US Customs, FDA, USDA and other government agencies.
  • Untimely or inaccurate responses to client’s broker directly result in supply chain delays, increased costs, and potential fines, penalties and/or product seizures.
  • Conduct compliance spot-checks of sites/divisions to ensure compliance with corporate post-entry and post-export review requirements.
  • Conduct monthly risk targeting analysis of US import/export data to identify potential data anomalies, compliance concerns, and cost-savings opportunities.
  • Investigate issues and report findings and concerns to Manager/Director.
  • Ensure implementation and close-out of corrective actions by the division.

 

Years Experience:

  • 2 years.

 

Skills:

  • Sound analytical abilities and acute attention to detail required;
  • Effective communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to balance multiple priorities simultaneously and manage time appropriately.

 

Education:

  • Associate’s/bachelor’s degree.
  • Business, logistics/transportation, or other related field preferred.

 

Duties:

  • Applies working knowledge of import/export regulations and requirements to support business needs.
  • Consolidate and analyze import/export data to identify risks or opportunities for savings.
  • Prepare reports and make recommendations to management, as appropriate. Interface with related functional areas (logistics, purchasing, materials management, etc.) on customs matters.
  • Provide analytical support, as needed, for reporting price adjustments, royalties, etc. via the CBP Reconciliation Prototype Program.
  • Conduct effective and timely transactional review/audit of all import/export records.
  • Elevate issues requiring correction.

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