Logistics & Export Compliance Professional

Last Updated: 12th July 2018 (over 4 years ago)

United States



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35 to 44

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To obtain a challenging position in which I can utilize my managing, project coordinating, and organizational skills.

Logistics and Export Compliance professional with fifteen years of experience in international trade. Adept in providing operational support, leadership and consultation on export issues. Experienced in interfacing with internal and external customers to implement and maintain export initiatives and trade requirements into business processes and systems. Highly motivated, skilled, and eager to meet the challenges of an ever-changing trade environment. Good working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat and SAP

Cameron (via Bartech Group) 02/2016 – Present
Trade Compliance Specialist
Provide operational support and consultation with internal and external customers including government agencies, and forwarders on U.S. export trade compliance issues. Implement and maintain export initiatives as well as supporting integration of trade requirements into business processes and systems. Process export license applications, conduct reviews and audits, reviews training, and provide guidance on inquiries related to ECCN classification, country of origin and documentation requirements. Additionally, manages and monitors software compliance tools to adhere to export compliance screening requirements related to sanctioned countries, denied parties and license determination.

Panalpina 04/2014 – 02/2016
Project Coordinator
Responsibilities include working on the execution phase of an EPC joint venture project importing and exporting materials necessary to the building of production facilities along the gulf coast. This consists of coordinating with internal and external customers including but not limited to international / domestic manufacturers, suppliers, agents, customs brokers, trucking companies, port authorities, steamship lines, and airlines. Prepare all necessary documents for importations such as bill of ladings and ISFs, prepare quotes, approve invoices, track and trace, and maintain shipment log to monitor KPIs. Convene with key personnel to ensure accurate execution for project deadlines. Initiate and maintain internal and external project reports. Resolve disputes and certify shipment accuracy, cost effectiveness and timeliness.

Cameron International 10/2010 – 01/2014
Logistics Specialist
Provided support to sales, finance, warehousing, and project managers to facilitate the execution of import and export shipments. Responsible for the coordination and maintenance of import & export compliance documents, which include harmonized tariff classification, obtaining Nafta certificates for purchased parts, maintain certificates, and generate percentage sheets for internally made parts to determine regional value content to qualify for Nafta. Process new vendor requests, update vendor masters, deactivate duplicates and ensure all documentation is accounted for. Run weekly performance metrics and engineering reports for purchasing as well as process indirect purchase orders. Assist with resolving invoice verification disputes due to receiving, pricing, and quality issues as well as past due purchase orders. Additionally, I was instrumental in the design, organization, and implementation process of creating and approving new vendors and revolutionized the manner in which country of origin information is retrieved and stored.

Alliance International Forwarders 03/2003 – 10/2010
Export Coordinator
Responsibilities include preparing LTL, FTL, LCL, FCL and break bulk cargos for shipment. Assist client with harmonized tariff and ECCN classification. Ensure hazmat compatibility. Input export information into company database. Proofread all documents for accuracy. Process delivery orders, bill of ladings for transport and submit AES. Arrange inspection, legalization of docs, and any necessary certificates. Compile rates for clients’ approval. Distribute and invoice documents in a timely manner. Maintain professional rapport with client, warehouse personnel, interoffice departments and carrier to resolve any disputes or inaccuracies and to make sure each shipment is completed in a timely manner with as few dilemmas as possible.

University of Phoenix - 2012
Bachelor in Business Administration Concentration in Supply Chain Management

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