Energizer Holdings, Inc. Supervisor - Global Trade Compliance in Indonesia
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Based Globally, and reporting to the Associate Manager, Trade Compliance, the Sr. Trade Compliance Analyst (4A) is a lead role in the Trade Compliance organization for the area which they are responsible for. Responsibilities include execution and monitoring of trade compliance initiatives and activities set by Trade Compliance Leadership and to support improved compliance across the organization while delivering customer service. The Trade Compliance Analyst (4A) drives compliance results through analysis of trade data, knowledge or trade regulations and a strong collaboration with functional leaders and teams across the company.
Leads trade compliance initiatives and ensures administrative requirements and data are reported up and across the organization.
Communicates with internal stakeholders for awareness of the trade requirements they are required to be met.
Leads collaboration efforts with the business to ensure compliant logistical export/import flow of goods.
Support organization in the implementation and oversight of trade compliance processes, procedures, and tools by embedding trade compliance requirements, as necessary.
Lead and the organization’s implementation of trade compliance best practices.
Responsibility and oversight of post-entry audits to ensure compliance with local regulations.
Manages intake of regional trade compliance potential violations; investigates and develops/executes correction action plans to mitigate reoccurrence/risk.
Leads Trade Compliance support to the Organization by providing trade compliance analysis and interpretation related to matters in the region with Trade Compliance Management oversight.
Oversight responsibility for Energizer’s regional duty drawback program.
Ensures export, import and sanctions compliance procedures are accurate and revised as required.
Manages regional trade compliance inquiries from third parties (i.e., brokers, freight forwarders, customers, suppliers)
Has direct oversight of Energizer’s regional import and export compliance programs.
Develops enterprise global trade compliance training and along with tailored regional training for key stakeholders.
Ensures appropriate recordkeeping procedures are in place to compliance with local regulations.
Responsible for regional broker management oversight inclusive of maintaining broker SOPs, Broker Performance KPIs, QBR Coordination and Corrective Action Tracking.
Lead and support regional Supply Chain Security Program inclusive (AEO, STP, and C-TPAT) implementation and management.
Lead issue resolution as it relates to denied party data and provide input to necessary controls for engaging parties in trade transactions.
May also perform additional duties as assigned
What we are looking for
Required Skills and Experience
Bachelor’s degree with 5-7 years trade compliance
Extensive knowledge of Trade Compliance and Customs management and the effects of trade compliance activities across responsible areas.
Ability to effectively communicate with internal and external stakeholders both in written and verbal formats
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
Strong MS Office products knowledge (Excel, PowerPoint, Access)
Good collaboration skills and ability to gain trust and confidence from peers and leadership
Emotional and Cultural Intelligence
Licensed Customs Broker and/or Export Compliance Professional Certification (CUSECO)
10%-20% travel may be required
Global Logistics teams
Customer Supply Chain teams
Finance and Accounting
External third-party logistic suppliers
Position will be based Globally
Travel required 10-20%
Will need to manage flexible hours given international support
Able to travel on weekends when required
Able to travel for more than one week at a time if required
Ability to lead cross culturally
Come join us!
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