Trade Compliance Manager
Posted on Apr 6, 2021 by PPG Industries
As a Trade Compliance Manager you will report to and act as primary liaison between the Global Trade Compliance/Security Officer (Global TCSO) for Aerospace and the designated facility on all Trade Compliance related matters. You will handle the export & import compliance programs to ensure compliance with all applicable US regulatory laws and PPG's policies and procedures.
Maintain an understanding of all PPG Export and Import Management and Compliance Procedures, and SOPs that support the PPG Compliance Program.
Analyzes and interprets requirements for compliance as they relate to:
Export Administration Regulations (EAR) of the U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS),
U.S. Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC),
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP);
Provide direction/consultation to the PPG Aerospace business and other functions and resolve matters in compliance U.S. laws and regulations.
Document, implement and administer all required policies, procedures and education
Lead all aspects of product classification and HTS/Schedule B determinations by working with technical personnel and suppliers/distributors to acquire product information to support product classifications for both import and export shipments.
Implement and Encourage adequate record keeping procedures
Conduct period audits of the Trade Compliance program and help implement any corrective actions.
Assist management in conducting compliance investigations
Bachelor's degree is preferred but commensurate work experience within a relatable field will be acknowledge.
A minimum of 5 years' experience in Trade Compliance, Global Trade, or other relevant work experience.
Professional communication skills are imperative as well as proficient computer and presentation skills.
Ability to learn quickly, excellent problem solving, decisiveness, critical thinking and leadership abilities in a fast paced, dynamic work environment are a must.
Travel of up to 15% may be required.
Must be a U.S. citizen given potential for handling ITAR related issues/projects