Analyst, Intl Trade Compliance

Triumph Group

West Hartford, CT, USA

Full time

Import & Export


May 20


Based Globally, and reporting to the Manager, International Trade Compliance, at the West Hartford CT location which reports directly to the legal department Contracts with dotted line reporting to the Sr. Director, Corporate Compliance, the Analyst, International Trade Compliance is a support role in the Business Unit and International Trade Compliance organization for the area which they are responsible for.

Responsibilities include support of trade compliance activities set by Contracts in coordination with Trade Compliance Leadership and Trade Compliance Management and to support improved compliance across the organization while delivering customer service. The Analyst, International Trade Compliance supports compliance results through analysis of trade data, knowledge or trade regulations and collaboration with functional leaders and teams across the company. Responsibilities

  • Support trade compliance activities and ensure administrative requirements and data are shared across the organization.
  • Communicate with internal stakeholders, trade requirements they are required to know and use in the execution of their business.
  • Support the business in implementing compliant logistical export/import of products and services.
  • Support the collection of information for creation of Export Licenses and other export authorizations.
  • Support organization in the implementation of trade compliance processes, procedures and tools by embedding trade compliance requirements as necessary.
  • Support the organization’s implementation of trade compliance best practices.
  • Has responsibility of post-entry audit to ensure compliance with regulations.
  • Capture key performance indicators to determine performance by organization, broker, freight forwarder and suppliers.
  • Responsible for sharing knowledge and ideas to improve key performance areas of trade compliance.
  • Report to management and team issues of trade compliance, as necessary.
  • Support the process for ensuring the accuracy of data in enterprise systems. Responsible for obtaining and maintaining proper records as required by domestic and international regulations.
  • Provide Trade Compliance support to the Organization by performing trade compliance analysis and interpretation related to matters with Trade Compliance Management oversight.
  • Perform all administrative trade compliance requirements for organization and report any significant issues to management.
  • Has an understanding, ability to analyze and execution of compliance to customs exit and entry requirements and law.
  • Assist in ensuring appropriate recordkeeping procedures are met.
  • Knowledge in performing global classification of finished goods and raw materials, and equipment transfers.
  • Assist sites in performing classifications under the EAR, ITAR, HTS, Schedule B and support the leveraging of FTA and other customs issues/trade compliance queries.
  • Perform and resolve issues with denied party data and provide input to necessary controls for engaging parties in trade transactions.
  • May also perform additional duties as assigned. Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree and 8 + years trade compliance or related experience
  • Trade Compliance Experience especially in the drafting of licenses and agreements.
  • Familiar with the EAR, ITAR, US Customs Regulations preferred.
  • Familiar with SNAP-R
  • Knowledge of Trade Compliance and Customs management and the effects of trade compliance activities across responsible areas preferred.
  • Should have interpersonal and business communication skills – both written and verbal
  • Goal achievement skills
  • Knowledge and understanding in International Business Preferred
  • Ability to work in a team environment and solve problems.
  • Demonstrate 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.

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