UPS Supply Chain Solutions is currently seeking a Trade Management Analyst (TMA) I to impact the business by mastering import/export regulations. The ideal candidate will possess a Customs Broker License or be currently pursuing a license from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. This position offers on the job training in the areas of valuation/reconciliation, import/export classification, NAFTA origin verification projects and other FTA eligibility programs, and various customer specific compliance projects.
The TMA I is responsible for coordinating and carrying out all tasks necessary to develop, maintain and maximize established Valuation/Reconciliation functions. The TMA I assists in employee training regarding accounts and projects. They'll be responsible for providing insight, guidance and other supportive services necessary for Valuation/Reconciliation.
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