Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Site Import Coordinator

Location
New Brunswick, NJ, United States
Posted
Jun 20, 2019
Ref
R1516193
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time
Subject Matter Expert on all Site Import Administration, Foreign Trade Zone and TSA Area related activities, issues and questions. Execute Site Import Administration responsibilities:

Facilitate communication with customs brokers, to ensure that accurate documentation is provided to clear BMS imports in a timely manner with minimum delays and zero errors.

Provide clearance information to the designated brokers, FDA and other government agencies for entries.

Relay release information to operations to ensure that inbound shipments are not manipulated with or disbursed prior to FDA Release.

Maintain an Import Checklist to ensure that all entries are properly submitted to customs.

Ensure US Customs Compliance Readiness:

Maintain the Import Log for all entries and perform audit of the entry documents.

Perform the Declared Value Confirmation of Import Value provided to customs.

Ensure that the BMS R&D site import process is always maintained in an audit ready state.

Review monthly Automated Commercial Environment (AMS) Report, to audit duties and fees.

Provide regular metric reports to management on a weekly basis.

Update the Import SOP (NBCSO-SOP-0042) on an ongoing basis as needed.

Assist in area inspections and investigations as appropriate.

Manage Foreign Trade Zone Activities:

Receive all Foreign Trade Zone shipments into New Brunswick.

Maintain the Foreign Trade Zone spreadsheet electronically for all entries.

Execute all domestications, zone to zone and exports out of the Foreign Trade Zone in an accurate and timely manner.

Enter all new material numbers into Integration Point and maintain/delete obsolete material numbers in SAP.

Maintain FTZ Inventory in Integration Point.

Generate monthly Period Balances for reconciliation purposes in Integration Point.

Generate quarterly CF349 Harbor Maintenance Reports in Integration Point.

Generate end of year reports; CF216 Blanket Application, Annual Board Report, Annual Reconciliation, FTZ Duty Savings and Zone Value Report.

Update the Foreign Trade Zone SOP (NBCSO-SOP-8613) on an ongoing basis as needed.

Manage Key Account Reconciliation Activities:

Review monthly spreadsheet from DSV and BDP.

Maintain Syngene and Asymchem reconciliation spreadsheet.

Ensure that high value shipments from Syngene, Asymchem, SK Biotec and WuXi are submitted under the Prototype Provision.

Ensure that the report is updated and sent to BDP and DSV on a monthly basis.

Primary back-up to the Clinical Distribution Manager to ensure that Investigational Medicinal Product shipments are picked, packed and shipped in a safe, compliant and efficient manner out of the BMS New Brunswick Clinical Distribution Warehouse. Keep track of the Site Import Administration and Foreign Trade Zone related Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and relay them to the concerned CSO OS personnel on a weekly/monthly basis. Ensure that all required training assigned through e-learning is completed in a timely manner. Support CSO Operations Support Management Team on process and productivity improvement initiatives as identified.

Qualifications:

Undergraduate degree in Business, Supply Chain or related area. 2-3 year work experience in a pharmaceutical environment or supply chain/logistics. Analytical and/or work involving detailed documentation preferred. Prior experience in a Customs/Foreign Trade Zone environment preferred. APICS CPIM/CSCP certification preferred.