Trade Compliance Specialist (NJUS)
Company: NetJets Services, Inc.
Area of Interest: Maintenance
Location: Columbus, OH, US, 43219
Req ID: 8725
Purpose of Position
Responsible for the development of Export Control and ensures compliance with legal requirements concerning customs / international trade relevant for logistics and material processes. Coordinates all information flow regarding customs issues between NetJets Supply Chain operations and supporiting internal organizations. He/she acts as point of escalation on general problematic topics related to Import & Export Control, supporting the rest of the team in terms of necessary training, guidance and instructions. In addition to the basic job objectives, the Trade Compliance Specialist should be focused on processes continuous improvement with an active role and in line with the company goals and objectives.
Tasks and Responsibilities
- Classify all imported parts under the Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) using manufactors data Explanatory Notes;
- Act as a subject matter expert for the classification of NetJets material: work with various data sources, technical experts, engineers, product and sourcing managers and legal teams and others to obtain and interpret the data (including specification documents, schematics, product descriptions and other technical data) necessary for accurate classification;
- Support export shipments to ensure shipping documents are accurate, and export filings are correct and timely;
- Interface with Fedex and other shipping and logisitics companies to provide support for clearance of goods, and to resolve problems or answer questions concerning NetJets import shipments;
- Work with accountable organization within NetJets as needed, to prepare responses to CBP requests and notices in a timely fashion (CBP28's, CBP29's);
- Determine whether imported goods are eligible for Duty Free Treatment “C” pursuant to the Trade in Civil Aircraft Agreement as described under the General Note 6 of US HTS;
- Instruct Customs Broker to claim Civil Aviation Exemption “C” for qualifying US HTS according to the SOP agreement;
- Ensure that Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Form 8130-3 airworthiness certificate or the approval of the airworthiness authority in the country of exportation, if recognized by the FAA as an acceptable substitute for the FAA will be available for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) audit purposes;
- Retain and file import records including supporting documents i.e. FAA or European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certificates, scrap report (s), Post Summary Correction (PSC) for audit purposes in a designated customs folder by Entry Number in accordance with the recordkeeping requirements of 19 CFR Part 163;
- Partner with various stakeholders to identify process improvements, business analytics, transportation streams and customs clearance procedures.
Bachelor's in Business Administration or Logistics
Certifications and Licenses
Years of Experience
2-4 years of experience
Strives For Positive Results
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other (KSAOs)
- Minimum 2 years of professional experience in the area of logistics and/or customs;
- Good knowledge of US and EU export control legislation (2-4 years of experience);
- Good knowledge of logistics (physical logistics, transport, planning and purchasing) processes in general;
- Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills. Precise verbal and written style of expression;
- Ability to work independently. Relies on own experience and judgment to perform everyday operational tasks as well as take the lead for more complicated tasks;
- High degree of ability to work under pressure;
- Ability to work with legislation documentation and their interpretation;
- CTPAT experience or other similar programs (prefered, but not required).
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