Job Description

This position is responsible for ensuring compliant import and export activities of the legal entity. This includes, without limitation, adherence to applicable U.S. and non-U.S. laws and regulations pertaining to international trade as well as ensuring compliance with Magic Leap corporate policies.

The candidate will interface with freight forwarders, US customs officers, custom brokers, and internal and external customers on all matters pertaining to customs and import and export regulations.

Requirements

  • Monitor daily shipping documents, and other underlying documentation for accuracy compliance with EAR and other applicable export compliance regulations.
  • Lead export compliance activities such as EAR and ITAR classification, licensing of products and technical data, foreign national screening and licensing (deemed exports) denied party screening, export clearance of company’s goods and technology, and recordkeeping in accordance with U.S. policy.
  • Assist with the drive, development, implementation and maintenance of policies, work instructions and internal management systems involving U.S. and foreign trade laws and principles.
  • Interact effectively with multiple functional areas including management, supply chain, distribution, engineering, finance, IT and legal.
  • Establish, review and validate the export (ECCN) or import (HTS) classifications of parts and materials.
  • Assist with reviewing and maintaining corrections on export documentation and with AES filings.
  • Is primary contact for and works with the corporate Global Trade Compliance team.
  • Interface with carriers to assure compliance requirements and customers to ensure that their needs are met.
  • Participate in, develop and conduct training activities for individuals and groups pertaining to domestic, import and export regulations, including shipping personnel.
  • Evaluate all new Government agency requirements to ensure import and export compliance with changes and incorporation into daily operations and standard operating procedures.
  • Ascertain that up to date profiles and SOPs are provided to all endorsed service providers to ensure proper import and export clearance.
  • Support internal, external, and government-directed trade compliance audits and assessments.
  • Communicate with suppliers and internal customers to ensure they understand and adhere to requirements for the movement of goods.
  • Communicate with affiliated business units overseas to streamline export and import processes.

Qualifications 

  • 5-7 years experience in import and/or export compliance.
  • Desirable, but not mandatory are experience in logistics and/or a Customs Broker’s license.
  • Ability to read and interpret government regulations.
  • Ability to interact with other departments and communicate at a higher level is critical.
  • Implement new programs with little direction.
  • Experience in developing Standard Operating Procedures and Work Instructions.

Education

Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience in import and export.
 

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

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