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Senior Analyst, International Customs Compliance

Location: 

Berwyn, PA, US, 19312 Yakima, WA, US, 98903 Macomb, MI, US, 48042 Windsor, CT, US, 6095 West Hartford, CT, US, 06110-1328 Redmond, WA, US, 98053 Clemmons, NC, US, 27012 Park City, UT, US, 84068

Business Unit:  Corporate
Function:  Legal

Triumph Group designs, engineers, manufactures, repairs and overhauls a broad portfolio of aviation and industrial components, accessories, subassemblies, systems and aircraft structures. We partner with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and operators of commercial, regional, business and military aircraft worldwide, to provide products and services that solve their hardest problems. So whatever the part, component or complexity of assembly, Triumph is committed to quality, service and meeting the specialized needs of each customer.

Triumph participates at all levels of the aerospace supply chain – from single components, to complex systems, to aerospace structures and their contents. We provide solutions for the entire product life cycle of an aircraft – from raw material to aftermarket service. Our unique ability to integrate a broad range of products and capabilities is our competitive advantage.

Position Summary

Based Globally, and reporting to the Director or Manager, Corporate Compliance, the Sr. Analyst, International Customs Compliance has responsibilities including execution and monitoring of international customs compliance initiatives and activities set by International Corporate Compliance Leadership and to support improved compliance across the organization while delivering customer service. The Sr. Analyst, International Customs Compliance drives compliance results through analysis of trade data, knowledge or trade regulations and a strong collaboration with functional leaders and teams across the company. 

Responsibilities

•    Lead international customs compliance initiative and ensure administrative requirements and data are reported up and across the Corporate Compliance Organization and Business Units.
•    Communicate with internal stakeholders for awareness of the International Customs requirements and regulations to be met. 
•    Collaboration to support the business in implementing compliant export/import of goods, services, and technical data/technology.
•    Support organization in the implementation and oversight of International Customs Compliance processes, procedures, and tools by embedding international trade compliance requirements, as necessary.
•    Lead and support the organization’s implementation of international customs compliance best practices. 
•    Has responsibility and oversight of pre/post-entry audit to ensure compliance with local regulations.
•    Report on key performance indicators to determine performance by organization, broker, freight forwarder and suppliers.  
•    Responsible for capturing and reporting on action plans to improve key performance areas of international customs compliance.  
•    Report to management and team issues of international customs compliance, as necessary.
•    Ensure the accuracy of data in enterprise systems.  Responsible for obtaining and maintaining proper records as required by domestic and international customs regulations.
•    Lead International Customs Compliance through support to the organization by providing international customs and trade compliance analysis and interpretation related to matters in the region with International Corporate Compliance Leadership oversight. 

 

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Additional Responsibilities

•    Lead, develop and perform all administrative international customs compliance requirements for organization and report any significant issues to International Corporate Compliance Leadership. 
•    Have significant understanding, ability to analyze and execution of compliance to customs exit and entry requirements and law. 
•    Provide inputs to the organization for the implementation and oversight of international customs compliance processes, procedures, and tools by embedding customs and trade compliance requirements, as necessary.   
•    Handle customs compliance inquiries from forwarders and brokers. 
•    Monitor and ensure proper compliance around Routed Transactions. 
•    Help provide training and awareness on Compliance issues to the affiliates in the region.  
•    Assist in ensuring appropriate recordkeeping procedures are met.
•    Significant knowledge in performing global classification of finished goods and raw materials, and equipment transfers.  Ensure that all updates are made and maintain Triumph site parts database.
•    Lead and support the organization in the implementation of Supply Chain Security programs such as AEO and C-TPAT if required.  Lead teams to perform tasks given by management to ensure the continued compliance to each AEO and C-TPAT program.  Such tasks may include assessments and corrective action plans and tracking closures to ensure good standing in the program(s).  Ensure markets adhere to process, customs regulation, update import manuals when needed etc.  Classification, leveraging on FTA and other customs issues/trade compliance queries.
•    Lead issues resolution as it relates to denied party data and provide input to necessary controls for engaging parties in trade transactions.
•    May also perform additional duties as assigned. 

Qualifications

•    Master’s degree and 4+ years or bachelor’s degree and 8+ years trade compliance or related experience 
•    International Trade/Customs Compliance Experience required
•    Knowledge of Trade Compliance and Customs management and the effects of trade compliance activities across responsible areas. 
•    Strong interpersonal and business communication skills – both written and verbal
•    Strong goal achievement skills
•    Knowledge and understanding in International Business and/or Aerospace preferred.
•    Ability to work in a team environment and solve problems.
•    Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
•    Regulatory knowledge and understanding
•    Customs and Compliance experience
•    MS Office products knowledge
•    Collaborative skills and ability to gain trust and confidence from peers, leadership, and subordinates. 
•    Sensitivity to cross cultural relationships
•    10%-20% travel may be required.
•    Will need to manage flexible hours given international support.
•    Able to travel on Weekends when required.
•    Able to travel for more than one week at a time if required.
•    Ability to lead cross culturally.
 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or disability. Please contact us if you require assistance in applying for Triumph Group and we will provide reasonable accommodations via HRDepartment@triumphgroup.com. If you’d like more information on your EEO rights under the law, please click here


Nearest Major Market: Philadelphia