Job Details

Title
Trade Compliance Analyst
location
Jaipur, India
department
operations
salary
competitive
Category
trade compliance
Start date
Immediately
reports to
Operations Manager
Travel
limited

Introduction

International relations, rules and regulations are always evolving and today we notice the effects of these shifts faster than ever. We advise companies involved in international trade in setting up global trade programs, regulatory changes and using the latest technology, allowing them to innovate, simplify and anticipate ahead of the curve.

CATTS uses over 30 years of hands-on experience in international commerce, supply chain management, customs and trade compliance to deliver practical and reliable advisory services for the right price. We have backgrounds with multinationals and government authorities, for which we have successfully delivered projects around the globe.

Responsibilities

• Support on the free trade agreement management and execution including the country-of-origin determination (COO), Bill of material (BOM) analysis, Supplier solicitation, and other critical import trade compliance functions.
• Maintain organized records to support country of origin and trade preference qualification determination.
• Work on FTA Management/origin management software’s and application.
• Work with internal/external stakeholders to obtain the information required to ensure accurate country of origin, classification, and preference are assigned to components.
• Manage blocked records in SAP Global Trade Services (GTS) or other applications.
• Provide support by performing Restricted Parties List screening of sales orders and delivery documents.
• Research and determine the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) classification and /or ECCN classification for finished goods, equipment, raw materials, parts, non-production items etc.
• Understands governmental regulations to maintain compliance and retain trade privileges.
• Understand and evaluation of the Global Trade compliance information from regulatory point of view by doing research and analysing information from various ministries, departments and other government /official source in order to comply with international trade regulations.
• Interact with customs brokers and freight forwarders to ensure complete, accurate and compliant information is declared to Customs authority and other government agencies to minimize delays and expedite release.
• Experience with overseeing import operations, including customs brokers in the EU
• Develop, implement, and maintain corporate policies and procedures as they relate to trade preference strategies and initiatives.
• Strong analytical, problem-solving, negotiation, and organizational skills.

Requirements

• Minimum 2 – 5 years’ experience
• A background in International Trade
• Master in Business Administration (MBA) would be an asset
• Customs broker license and knowledge in customs clearance process or experience would be an advantage.
• Working knowledge in SAP GTS
• Fluency in English is must. Other languages would be an asset.
• Technical degree or equivalent experience would be an asset.
• Experience with MS Office Applications, including proficiency with Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.
• Ability to read/analyse regulations and procedures.
• Ability to write, speak, and present effectively and persuasively.
• Working in a virtual global team.
• Excellent teamwork and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work independently, without direct supervision.
• Honesty, confidentiality, Strong initiative and positive attitude.

Perks

• Competitive salary and attractive benefits package.
• Various trainings, including on-the-job training.
• Dedicated, hard-working, friendly team.
• Participation in interesting international projects.

In case you are interested, please submit a CV and motivational letter to apac@catts.eu.

All resumes are held in confidence. Only candidates whose profiles match requirements will be contacted during this recruitment process.