[Company / Industry] Global Aerospace Company
[Function] Supply chain, Import/Export, Compliance
[Location] Seoul, Korea
[Consultant in charge] Simon S. Kim
Global aerospace company principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.
A position within the International Trade Compliance function facilitating international
shipments of aircraft production and sustainment materials.
Assist in the identification, obtainment and execution of all required licensing and
permits associated with export/import
Interface with Customs Brokers, Freight Forwarders and other service providers
Develops and implements compliance programs and tools
Ensures regulatory reporting requirements are met
Provide regulatory guidance and oversight to company personnel on import/export issues
Act in advisory role as liaison between International Transportation, International Trade Compliance, Procurement, Global Sustainment, Program Management and others
Responsible to monitor upcoming changes to import/export regulatory requirements and proactively develop operating plans to support compliance
Represent the company compliance interests before internal tribunals, Local Customs, Other Government Agencies and external partners
Audit, analyze, and document accuracy of information to ensure business practices and records are in strict adherence to Customs and government rules and regulations
Support product jurisdiction and classification
Maintain and conduct audits of import/export transactions to affirm internal controls in areas including classification, record keeping, value, origin, licensing, etc. Implement any necessary corrective actions to any audit findings
Face unique challenges requiring innovative solutions which may serve as precedent for future decisions
Experienced with Korean export/Import regulatory requirements associated with military/defense products
Must possess a level of knowledge that allows for the establishment of robust procedures that deliver executable solutions across core functions and programs
Must have expertise in supply chain management, freight forwarding and import/export regulatory compliance
Ability to develop solutions to problems of unusual complexity which require a high degree of ingenuity, creativity, and innovativeness
May require occasional travel.
Must be able to read, write and speak English and Korean.
Hazardous material shipping regulatory knowledge.
Demonstrated ability to develop presentations and to conduct briefings.
Ability to mentor and train team members.
Familiarity with SAP Global Trade Services module.
US import/export knowledge.
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