Trade Compliance Technician
The Trade Compliance Technician is an integral member of the Trade Compliance team who provides support to a variety of business processes in the various Trade Compliance functional areas such as import/export compliance, dangerous goods, state licensing, foreign trade zone, etc.
The Technician’s primary responsibility will be managing the import process and compliance for all imported materials where the Kalamazoo site is the importer of record. Import process and compliance tasks could include:
Tracking status and location of imported materials
Coordinating inbound orders with production planners, warehouse, brokers, and freight forwarders.
Auditing and filing import entry documents
E-archiving all import entry documents
Submitting E-Pay request for high-duty payments
Tracking the status of Temporary Import Bonds (TIB) and materials deemed as Import for Export (IFE)
Technicians could also:
Support other Trade Compliance reporting requirements.
Participate in continuous improvement projects.
Filing and tracking freight claims.
Perform data gathering and to support application submissions.
Track and maintain monthly trade compliance metrics.
Minimum of High school diploma or General Education Degree (GED) and 2 years of applicable experience.
Language Skills: Effective written and oral communication skills
Computer skills; especially in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word and PowerPoint)
Working knowledge of warehouse systems
Ability to learn the use of SAP
Import process or other trade compliance experience
Extended time sitting at a desk working on a computer or on phone calls
Repetition of activities
Frequent standing, walking, and stair climbing
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Must have the ability to work overtime, as required
Last Date to Apply for Job: October 19th 2021
Eligible for Relocation Package: NO
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus: YES
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