Shell Chemical LP
Updated: Aug 2 2012
||Environmental Safety & Training, Regulatory Compliance
||Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
||Houston, TX, US
Closed - No longer accepting applications
- In-depth knowledge of Shell Chemicals import/export business.
- Provide Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and broker advice/information to Customer Centre, Product Business Units, Supply and Logistics operations and other relevant stakeholders. This can also include agencies within Latin America.
- Communicate and implement changes to relevant CBSA and CBP Laws and regulations to relevant Stakeholders.
- Monitor changes to the business and how it affects customs compliance.
- Monitor changes to customs compliance and how it affects the business.
- Maintain a system of documented controls and updated compliance desk manuals.
- Facilitate a Control Environment and perform Control Activities.
- Advise management on gaps/issues that arise and provide recommendations on corrective action.
- Manage operational contracts with land broker (Livingston International) between Canada/USA and USA/Canada, forwarders (Elite Forwarders) for containerized shipments and marine broker Livingston Intl. for the USA, including providing border broker/forwarder oversight, service invoice monitoring and payment.
- Facilitate the initiation of Customer Complaints; follow up of findings/root cause and appropriate corrective action/implementation.
- Facilitate appropriate training for stakeholders on regular basis.
- Provide support for Importer Self Assessment process, as required.
RESPONSIBLE AND ACCOUNTABLE FOR NAFTA IN NORTH AMERICA
PRIMARY CONTACT FOR U.S. DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (DEA) COMPLIANCE, TRAINING, ISSUES, AND QUESTIONS
GLOBAL & REGIONAL RESPONSIBLITIES:
- Harmonized Tariff numbers:
- Research classification for all new Chemical products being created Globally and summit the number to the Data Management team to upload in GSAP.
- Support MRD team for product extension for the Americas and APME region.
- Provide Commercials with intelligence on export and Free Trade Agreement that can apply to their business
- Manage SCCL's Customs and Trade Partnership against Terrorism (C-TPAT) process and facilitate appropriate responses to Customs and Border Protection regarding SCCL's certification, as required.
- Develop and manage relationships with the US Customs and Border Protection in regards of regulation and operation changes, notifying appropriate stakeholders, as required
- Manage and maintain Automated Commercial Environment process.
- Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer.
- Bachelor's degree; International Business degree preferred.
- Minimum five (5) years International Trade Compliance experience with Fortune 500 company; bulk petroleum/petrochemical importing experience preferred.
- Proven experience with U.S. Department of Homeland Security programs: Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT), Importer Self Assessment (ISA) and Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS).
- Proven cross border shipment/customs/NAFTA/DEA experience.
- Demonstrated experience managing relationships with customs brokers / ensure they are providing good value and services.
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods certified preferred.
- Licensed Customs Broker preferred.
- Proven security experience with Customs and Trade Partnership against terrorism preferred.
- Proven experience in the petrochemical industry preferred.
- Fully proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
- Proven negotiation experience.
Employment Type: PERMANENT
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