Manager - Global Trade Compliance

Job Description
Ingersoll Rand is uniquely qualified to create and sustain safe, comfortable and efficient environments. Our people and our market leading brands, including Club Car®, Ingersoll Rand®, Schlage®, Thermo King®, and Trane®, work together to inspire progress for our customers. For more information about Ingersoll Rand visit www.ingersollrand.com.

Assume operational and strategic responsibility for the development, delivery and execution of a standardized global trade compliance program for the Industrial Technologies sector in close coordination and cooperation with the Ingersoll Rand enterprise trade compliance program.

Develop and implement sector wide import and export business processes.

Manage the sectors export control program to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, including but not limited to the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), the United Nations and the European Union.

Manage the sectors import control program to ensure accurate and timely filings of all import entries for the Industrial Technologies sector.

Partner with key compliance service providers such as freight forwarders and customs brokers to develop and implement effective, compliant processes that improve cycle times and customer service.

Manage the sectors global import and export trade compliance database in order to maintain critical compliance data elements such as harmonized tariff codes (HTS), export control classification number (ECCN) and country of origin.

Optimize the use of various duty deferral programs, including but not limited to, various relevant free trade agreements (FTA), duty drawback, and government procurement programs such as Buy America Act (BAA).

Assist in the development and delivery of trade compliance training materials to key functional stakeholders within the Industrial Technology business sector.

Conduct internal assessments to identify deficiencies within the sectors trade compliance program. Identify and effectively implement required corrective actions.

Provide regular performance metrics to key sector stakeholders within the sector.


Lead or participate in cross functional sector teams that could include supply chain, operations, legal and engineering in order to identify best in class processes.


Percentage of Travel:10-15

Min. Yrs. Experience:10

Education Standard: B.A. or Equivelent work experience

Experience :

Subject Matter expertise in all relevant areas of trade compliance (classification, valuation, authorizations [export and import], country of origin, regional trade agreements, etc.) is required.

Minimum of ten(10)years of progressively challenging responsibilities in international logistics and customs and trade management (operating and strategic levels) - either on the shipper side or with a service provider

Global Customs experience preferred (including management of overseas Customs personnel)

B.A. degree (preferred) or equivalent work experience

U.S. Customs Broker license or equivalent work experience in international trade compliance
Additional Qualifications:

Highly collaborative with sensitivity to and respect for individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Has implemented and/or managed global customs and logistics initiatives/processes.

Has implemented and / or has extensively utilized trade compliance software applications

Ability to collaborate vertically and horizontally, across levels and various business functions, and with external parties.

History of problem solving, strong critical thinking and demonstrated creative thinking abilities.

Excellent written and oral communication skills.

Excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills with demonstrated ability to impact, influence, and negotiate with internal and external resources.

Strong project management, planning, organizational, analytical, multi-tasking, and problem-solving abilities.

Strong, facilitation skills, presentation skills and business writing (for executive-level audiences)

Ability to train and coach diverse teams.

Results-oriented - willing to take initiative, bear risks, and take responsibilities to resolve problems and improve business results.

Ability to multi-task and balance priorities in a demanding environment.

In-depth knowledge of specific supply chain functional area(s) application systems and tools.


If you share our passion for inspiring progress—for bringing about bold shifts in how people, economies and societies operate—then you belong with Ingersoll Rand. Progress begins with you.



Ingersoll Rand provides a benchmark competitive benefits and compensation package, including a tuition reimbursement program highly competitive 401(k) benefits, and a friendly and rewarding work environment.



Ingersoll Rand is committed to a diverse workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Ingersoll Rand

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North Carolina

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