International Trade Specialist

Job Description
Job Description
Position Summary: The International Trade Specialist is a member of the Supply Chain team and works with Import/Export management. This individual seeks cooperation from and provides direction to the compliance liaisons from the various business units. The candidate must be diligent in adhering to procedures, focused on producing high quality work while being comfortable working in a challenging, fast-paced and constantly changing environment.

The International Trade Specialist will report to the International Trade Manager and may be assigned to different projects as needed. They will keep up to date on changing procedures and processes that have an impact on Import/Export operations and will recommend business processes to help support global trade management.

Required Skills

Bachelor's degree in business or related field required

Experience of 1 to 3 years in Import/Export compliance

Knowledge of US Customs and BIS Import/Export regulations; other country regulations a plus

Strong background in HTS and ECCN classifications

Experience in COO determinations and Marking regulations

Working knowledge of NAFTA and other FTA programs preferred

Knowledge of international freight and HAZ MAT preferred

Experience with AES filings preferred

Ability to work well with internal customers, governmental agencies, freight forwarders and customs brokers

Excellent organizational, prioritization, and time management skills

Excellent verbal and written communications skills with an ability to communicate at all
levels within the organization

Proven analytical, problem solving and decision making abilities

Self-motivated, detail oriented and has the ability to perform in a fast paced work environment
Ability to travel (minimal)

Authorized to work in the USA

Required Experience


Assign appropriate HTS and ECCN codes to finished goods, manufacturing components and capital equipment

Determine the country of origin for all materials and equipment and upon request give guidance on Marking requirements per 19 CFR to various departments

Identify Other Government Authorities associated with all materials and equipment according to various regulations that impact our business (TSCA, FCC, ADD/CVD)

Prepare export license applications (SNAP-R) and other required reports for submission to US Government agencies

Monitor compliance with export licenseís terms and conditions

Maintain and ensure record keeping requirements per government regulations and includes
Systems databases

Support duty drawback program

Monitor international trade agreement opportunities and compliance

Create and document processes to support U.S. Customs programs and intiatives, such as 10+2, C-TPAT, and duty drawback

Ensure compliance with U.S. Customs regulations on Imports, and ITAR or BIS regulations on Exports, including order processing, recordkeeping, auditing, monitoring and screening

Assist in the preparation of responses to all Customís inquires in conjunction with legal

Monitor regulatory and legislative changes

Implement and manage all Customs and Border Protection programs and corporate security programs

Support training on Import/Export compliance issues

Maintain/update the trade compliance policy/operational procedures

Make recommendations regarding trade compliance strategies

Other duties as required

Job Location
Roanoke, TX, US.
Position Type
US Dollar (USD)


Thermadyne International

Job Code

State or Province


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