UPS Supply Chain Solutions is currently seeking a Trade Management Analyst II 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 entry, classification, NAFTA origin verification projects and other FTA eligibility programs, and various customer specific compliance projects.
The Trade Management Analyst II conducts and monitors on-site compliance assessments at customer facilities and reports audit findings and recommendations to client management teams. They'll guide the development of compliance improvement plans and prepares import and export policies and procedures manuals. The Trade Management Analyst II provides import and export compliance analysis and direction to clients in the areas of classification, valuation, preferential trade programs (e.g., Free Trade Agreements [FTA], Drawback, etc.), other government agency requirements, export licensing, and to guide assistance rendered to clients during Customs audits. They'll facilitates business development and manages customer training programs. The Trade Management Analyst II researches, prepares, and submits ruling requests, protests and prior disclosures to Customs.
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