Trade Compliance Analyst

Rawlings Sporting Goods Company Inc

St. Louis, MO, USA

Full time


May 25

Rawlings Sporting Goods, headquartered in St. Louis, provides the finest quality sporting goods equipment and products to the world’s greatest players and to those who simply dream of playing great. We are looking for a Trade Compliance Analyst to support our Supply Chain Compliance Department.

General Overview: This position will be responsible for supporting the Director of Global Compliance to coordinate and oversee customs and international trade for all of Rawlings, with a primary focus on auditing of records to ensure compliance with US Customs regulations. This position will work closely with supply chain, operations, product managers, and customs brokers on all customs matters.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Classify products according to the HTS for US & Global (CA, CR & JP) classification, in accordance with country specific rules/laws
  • Maintain global tariff classification database and international trade descriptions and other relevant customs data elements
  • Conduct pre/post entry compliance audits
  • Support customs brokers as needed to complete entry
  • Gather and coordinate information for annual submission to CBP for CTPAT Trade Compliance (ISA) and Reconciliation
  • Conduct Restricted Party Screening of business partners
  • Preparation of information for responses to CBP or other government agency inquiries/issues
  • Review of each debit and credit issued on international shipments to assess triggering of government reporting requirements
  • Perform annual audit of compliance with applicable duty preference program requirements and classification
  • Issue or update compliance procedures and customs manual
  • Monitor customs rulings relating to our products
  • Review of all retail packaging designs for CBP and FTC labeling requirement compliance – size, location, language
  • Provide guidance to product/sourcing partners related to COO verification, FTA qualifications


  • College degree preferred or relevant experience in related field
  • 3 years’ experience in Customs Compliance Program, Customs Brokerage, International trade, logistics or supply chain preferred
  • Customs Broker License preferred
  • Excellent organizational skills with strong attention to detail
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • High proficiency with Word, Excel, Access
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills

Hybrid Schedule: 3 days in office, 2 from home

This job description does not list all the duties of the job. Position may be required to perform other duties as needed.

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