At TE, you will unleash your potential working with people from diverse backgrounds and industries to create a safer, sustainable and more connected world.
Our objective is to build a world class Global Trade Services organization. The Global Trade Services Import/export analyst will oversee customs related matters, ensuring compliance with applicable regulatory and internal requirements. The position will have responsibility for supporting the Americas duty drawback program as a subject matter expert in related trade activities.
Responsible for obtaining and analyzing necessary import, export data. This includes the requirement to extract, review, and update monthly export reports ensuring accurate documentation of part, description, quantity, ship-to, and harmonized tariff schedule data for each duty drawback claim filed with CBP;
Pull and review historic reconciliation files and ensure that all related reconciliations have been included in each duty drawback claim submission, where applicable.
Primary contact person (liaison with Duty Drawback Broker) for all issues associated with preparing, filing and liquidation of all duty drawback claims submitted to CBP;
Support TE's Drawback Provider including:
o Handling of large-scale data management, error resolution, and record retention (especially as it relates to proof of exportation)
o Support Broker in pre-submission internal reviews of TE's import and export paperwork to ensure accurate filing of duty drawback claims submitted to CBP
o Assist with any internal or external audits of duty drawback claims submitted to CBP
o Track duty drawback submissions and anticipated recovery refund amounts received from CBP for each duty drawback claim submitted
Support HTSUS tariff classification verification activities to support TE's duty drawback program, as necessary; and
Perform other tasks and responsibilities related to TE's duty mitigation programs as may be assigned
What your background should look like:
Bachelor's Degree required
Licensed Customs Broker preferred
5+ years in a trade compliance role or other relevant work experiences
Experience with US duty mitigations or other CBP programs including: Drawback and use of TFTEA substitute regulations, Free Trade Agreements, Foreign Trade Zones, Value Reconciliation
Experience working with large, complex data sets
Exceptional written and verbal and presentation skills with the ability to interact and team with Company personnel and external advisors and government agencies
Proficient with SAP, Amber Road Trade Automation, M365, CBP ACE application
Values: Integrity, Accountability,Teamwork, Innovation