Cargill GCA Advisory Analyst in Shanghai, China
Job Purpose and Impact
The Customs Analyst will execute import and/or export compliance tasks and other customs activities for one or more countries. You'll work closely with internal business units to address risk and leverage customs opportunities, develop and implement control and compliance framework, contribute to government inquiries and provide operational mentorship and training.
You'll work under general supervision and independently solve moderately complex issues while referring more complex problems to a higher-level staff.
• Perform moderate-to-complex customs compliance tasks and/or actively participate on projects associated with customs compliance.
• Implement objectives for corporate and capital structure, funding, trade and risk management, trade flow and supply chains, using key customs attributes.
• Support global trade operation and compliance team and businesses with classifications, country of origin determinations, regulated product flows, Free Trade Agreement validations and other programs required for compliant cross-border trade.
• Support businesses as regulatory and legislative changes occur.
• Build and lead all aspects of corporate compliance policies and guidelines, liaising with government and associations to build a reputation of compliance.
• Conduct import and export risk assessments, providing strategy and planning support for business units involved in import and export activities.
• Retrieve information in response to moderate risk audits and information requests from external customs authorities, verifying with more senior team members.
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
• Minimum of three years of customs experience
• May require excellent written and veral communications skills to conduct presentations in executive forums and data analytics
• May require travel up to 25% of time
• Degree preferably in law or foreign trade
• Global trade services knowledge
• Customs Valuation, Free Trade Agreement origin, customs law and Latin American Integration Association legal framework
• Understanding of customs regulations and programs
Prior Beneficial Experiences
• Technical knowledge of custom compliance including customs valuation, classification, origin, customs processes and export control.
• Communicate at all levels within government departments.
• Make sense of complex, high-quantity,and sometimes contradictory, information to effectively solve problems.
• Uses the most effective and efficient processes to accomplish work, focusing on continuous improvement.
Skills and experiences you may gain in this role
• Ability to take initiative and operate independently.
• Ability to manage and coordinate multiple priorities and projects.
Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.
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