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Skills required
Basic Qualifications
• 4 year College degree from an accredited university or In country Professional Customs Certification/ Accreditation or high school diploma or equivalent with at least 6 years relevant experience;
• 3+ year experience in Customs;
Desired Characteristics
• Self starter/team player
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
• In country Professional Customs Certification or Accreditation
• Eye for details
• Analytical mind and experience in analyzing information
• Strong Compliance mindset
• Post audit experience
• Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, demanding environment
• Ability to build relationships with internal and external customers
• Ability to communicate complex information efficiently based on audience needs
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Experienced with driving process improvements
• Leadership skills
What you will do
About the Employer
A Global Fortune 500. An American multinational conglomerate incorporated in New York city and headquartered in Boston. Its operation covers various business segments including Healthcare, Power & Renewable Energy, Aviation, Digital Industry, Additive Manufacturing, VC & Finance among others. The corporation's worldwide headcounts is now up to 205,000 as of 2020.
About the Position
High level
• Provide operational support of shipment clearance into and out of Region by coordinating with Customs Brokers, 3rd parties, business representatives and internal team members;
• Serve as central contact point in the Region for escalations and/or business inquiries over customs operations;
• Support Country Customs leader in providing information for resolving Customs authorities inquiries and audits related to specific transactions and processes;
• Identify customs risk areas and develop actionable plans and procedures to mitigate those risks;
• Provide analysis, planning, advice, training and problem-solving services to businesses to support adherence to Enterprise Standards and compliance with Government Customs laws and regulations;
• Work with various cross-functional teams within the Region to identify, assess and develop action plans with respect to international trade;
• Participate on applicable Customs Council Communities;
Daily tasks
• Compare information received though various sources such as Customs Broker and business representatives to check accurately draft CDFs and advice Customs Broker on errors and modifications required;
• Audit import and export transactions to ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations and provide regular reporting of compliance metrics;
• Lead the customs operations;
• Works with Customs Broker & business representatives and internal team members relation to clearing issues;
Bi - Weekly tasks
• Prepare metrics report and discuss this with GOC Team and Operations Leader in Bi-weekly con-call meetings;
Monthly/Quarterly/Yearly Tasks
• Carry out post audit of entries as per  GOC policy metrics and calculation methods;
• Prepare and coordinate quarterly and yearly customer reports for metrics on duty, quality, savings, opportunities, risks and accomplishments;

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