Trade Compliance Business Concierge
Trade Compliance Business Concierge
Trade Compliance Manager I (Business Concierge)
- This position serves as a single point of contact on local & regional trade control laws & regulations for import and export activities related to complex supply chain engagements. The position implements and monitors global account management strategy, direction and implementation of trade compliance processes and procedures to ensure Arrow meets the governmental requirements for all countries in relation to denied and restricted party screening, license determination and management, embargoed country management, and related responsibilities. This role has the responsibility to assist the business unit to drive results across all geographies and to ensure all processes are in place and being followed correctly for imports and exports.
- Works closely with Arrow's Legal departments and the Business operational contacts to make and implement recommendations on avoidance and mitigation of risk, while supporting strategy and driving business, based on policy and procedures of the department.
- Supports implementation of trade management & compliance processes and procedures, and system enhancement for strategic business unit(s) in all geographies. Supports and ensures adherence by Arrow business to established rules and processes related to global import and export controls.
- Responsible for ensuring complex supply chain engagements comply with restricted party screening, license determination, license management, embargoed country management, training of related Arrow employees on trade related topics.
- Serves as single point of contact for business unit(s) and leads related trade compliance process and resource design and implementation.
- Engages with all levels of the organization to provides support for complex supply chain engagements and business operations team(s).
- Adapts plans and priorities to address resource and operational challenges
- Decisions are guided by policies, procedures and business plan; receives guidance from senior manager and counsel when required.
- Provides technical guidance to colleagues
- Accountable for business unit success as related to trade compliance activities.
- Defines operating processes related to import and export, and ensures essential procedures are followed in global supply chain engagements.
- US Person (citizen, green card holder or granted asylum)
- Ability to travel globally 10-20% of the time.
- Strategic thinking: capable of providing clear and balanced support on a broad range of strategic and complex management, and product issues.
- Driving results: solutions and results-oriented style with a high degree of analytical ability and proven problem-solving skills.
- Leading change: ability to thrive and quickly adapt to change, leading others through change in a dynamic, fast-paced industry and work environment.
- Collaborating and influencing effectively builds strong relationships and partnerships within and outside of the company. Able to effectively navigate within a matrixed corporate structure.
- Ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization with an open, honest and direct communication style that establishes an empathetic and effective relationship with front-line and mid-level personnel.
- Travel required
- Job is in Centennial, CO. and no option to work remotely
Experience / Education:
Typically requires a minimum of 5 years of related trade compliance and or supply chain experience with a 4 year degree; or 6 years and an advanced degree; or equivalent experience.
3+ years Arrow experience.
Supply chain experience.
Arrow is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. (Arrow EEO/AAP policy)
US-CO-Denver, Colorado (Travelport on Panorama)
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