Export Trade Compliance Supervisor

Job Description
Donaldson is one of the world's largest filtration companies. We have a rich 95 year history that reflects our keen ability to leverage our technology to solve complex filtration challenges around the world. Our products are on everything from heavy-duty trucks on the interstate, to cameras that capture your memories, to MP3 players that entertain you. Our global organization of 12,000+ professionals is dedicated to customer satisfaction, market leadership and financial success. If you want to join a highly motivated, results-oriented, global team, consider a career at Donaldson.

Execute, and maintain export compliance policies and procedures to ensure Donaldson's compliance with U.S. export regulations, while overseeing the administration and continuous improvement of the company's U.S. export trade compliance program.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities

Analyze 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),
International Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR) of the U.S. Department of State;
Census Bureau, and other applicable Government Agency rules and regulations

Develop processes and procedures and support the implementation of an Export Management and Compliance Program

Conduct regular audits of export shipment files and implement process improvements to ensure execution of corrective actions for non-compliant shipments or compliance processes

Manage process to ensure export transaction screening and risk mitigation (i.e. Denied Persons List, Specially Designated Nationals List, Department of State Debarred Parties List and the Department of Commerce Entity List as well as any other relevant lists)

Prepare and file for commodity classifications and/or commodity jurisdiction requests as necessary and maintain adequate technical and legal backup documentation

Direct the export freight forwarders and customs brokers to ensure they meet all requirements and to address export related inquiries

Conduct regular export compliance process reviews with service provider to assure export compliance effectiveness and identify areas of weakness for improvement

Work with relevant departments and employees impacting export compliance to provide guidance, training, and direction with respect to export compliance, shipping procedures, Incoterms, and license requirements for commodities, software and technology

Conduct training on government laws, rules and regulations as they pertain to goods, software and technology, as well as company's policy and procedures, to counterparts and other stake holders within the operating entities as needed

Manage staff person responsible for:

Maintaining License for ITAR controlled product

Creating commercial documents for export shipments and AES filing

Ensuring the maintenance of required documents to meet record keeping requirements

Determining and maintaining the ECCNs and license requirements

Actively participate in industry groups and trade associations

Develop and maintain excellent service to internal and external Customers

Performs staff management duties, including resource planning and performance management; ensures that staff is trained appropriately

Establishes priorities, goals and metrics for department and individual performance


Required Experience
BS or BA in International Business, Logistics, business or related field
Minimum of 8 years experience in Export Trade Compliance
Subject matter expertise in ITAR, EAR, and OFAC
Experience with AES filing
Experience with Export Licensing and ITAR
Detailed and Analytical
Strong written and verbal communication
Ability to travel up to 25%

Desirable Qualifications

Well developed organizational, priority management and planning skills

Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills enabling interactions with people of all levels and to operate effectively within a team environment

Proven problem solving and decision making skills

Action oriented; drive for results; customer-focused

Intermediate computer literacy and knowledge of software such as Microsoft Word, Excel,
Spreadsheets, PowerPoint, Access and Visio; Oracle a plus

Proven ability to deal with ambiguous environment

Strong leadership skills and management experience

Job - Legal
Job Level - Supervisor
Education Level - Bachelor's Degree
Location - Bloomington, MN


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