AbbVie Global Trade Compliance Analyst in Lake County, Illinois
Global Trade Compliance Analyst
USA, Illinois, Lake County
The Global Trade Compliance Analyst will coordinate the import/export compliance activities on daily transactions while assisting efforts at the U.S./Puerto Rico/Canada sites to ensure adherence with laws, improve operational efficiency, and facilitate reduction of tariff and non-tariff barriers.
Key responsibilities include supporting daily import/export self-filing, communicate, as necessary, with U.S. Customs, and other relevant Government Agencies, provide trade guidance to AbbVie business personnel, and assist on audits related to AbbVie’s trade activity.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Execute import/export transactions they are in compliance withall relevant U.S. regulatory agency requirements, regulations and trade laws.
Utilize SOPs and AbbVie global trade management systems tocomplete import/export filings.
Resolve day-to-day operational issues with foreignsuppliers, internal stakeholders and carriers/freight forwarders that result inclearance delays. Provide guidance, as needed, on documentation, tariffclassification, customs valuation, and country of origin determination.
Interface with AbbVie affiliates and related functionalareas (Supply Chain, Purchasing, etc.) to support corrective actions, processimprovements and broader initiatives.
Manage import/export documentation in compliance withrecord keeping requirements.
Support import/export/duty management projects that focus ondriving efficiencies or cost savings for the company.
Assist in training and knowledge sharing to improve businessknowledge and operational performance to ensure compliance with U.S. regulatoryrequirements.
Assist in the capturing and analyzing of metrics associatedwith trade operations for reporting up to the site and the Global TradeCompliance leadership.
Assist in the execution of the self-audit program to ensurecontinued compliance with customs law and internal policies on both imports andexports.
Bachelor degree or relevant working experience in a relatedfield (e.g. international trade, supply chain, logistics).
3-5 years of experience working in trade compliance, customsbrokerage or multinational company, or consulting firm.
Computer Skills. Must have excellent ability managingMicrosoft Access, Excel, Powerpoint & SAP.
Strong team player that is self-motivated to learn andembrace change.
Highly organized and acute attention to detail required.
Effective communication (written and oral) and interpersonalskills.
Spanish speaking preferred.
Ability to balance multiple priorities simultaneously andmanage time appropriately.
Licensed Customs Broker or Certified Customs Specialist desired.
Job Type: Experienced