Trade Compliance Analyst
Anixter is seeking to add a Trade Compliance Analyst to its corporate headquarters team in Glenview, IL.
The candidate w
ill be responsible for daily export compliance reporting and supporting Anixter’s trade compliance program and initiatives.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following trade compliance activities:
Maintaining a database of export classifications and performing day-to-day export compliance reporting.
Requesting export product classifications [Export Control Classification Numbers
ECCN) / HS codes] from suppliers and researching export classifications when required.
Reviewing pending sales for export licensing requirements and supporting the export license application process for Anixter’s Latin American region.
Approving export or re-export sales in accordance with current export licenses or export license exceptions.
Responding to internal requests for export trade data to facilitate pending export shipments.
Reviewing and/or creating commercial invoices.
Filing Electronic Export Information
EEI) in the Automated Export System
AES) for pending export licensed shipments and auditing past AES filings.
Preparing export reporting per U.S. government requirements.
In supporting Anixter’s export compliance process, the candidate will regularly interact with the purchasing, sales, marketing and operations teams primarily in the U.S. and Latin America as well as external parties such as freight forwarders and suppliers.
The candidate will need to maintain a working knowledge of U.S. export regulations and regulatory agencies, including:
the Export Administration Regulations
EAR) of the Bureau of Industry and Security
BIS); the Foreign Trade Regulations
FTR) of the U.S. Census Bureau; and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations
ITAR) of the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls
The ideal candidate will have strong communication/interpersonal and organizational skills.
Good working knowledge of MS Access, MS Excel, MS Word and Outlook.
Advanced knowledge of MS Access is strongly desired.
Fluency in spoken and written Spanish is required.
A Bachelors Degree is preferred.
A logistics, supply chain and/or international business background is desired.
Paid vacation that increases over time
Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance offered
walking distance to Metra station and access to major highway nearby
Paid national holidays
k) with company match
Flexible spending account to allow for certain health and travel expenses to be paid with pre-tax dollars
Employee referral program
Anixter is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer; Minority / Female / Disabled / Veteran. We require all of our employees to perform work in an ethical manner and uphold a culture of honesty and ethics at all times.
Website : http://www.anixter.com
From a small family loan of $10,000 in 1957 to a global company with more than 8,200 employees in over 50 countries, Anixter has been redefining the distribution of wire and cable for more than 50 years. When Anixter wrote the Blue Book in 1968, it reached more than $10 million in sales and had 700 employees. By 1980, Anixter had more than 2,000 employees and added locations in Canada and the United Kingdom. As the millennium drew to a close, Anixter doubled its workforce, topped $1 billion in sales and had locations in Latin America, Asia and the South Pacific. In the first decade of the 2000s, Anixter achieved $6 billion in sales, had more than 8,200 employees and served markets as diverse as fasteners, physical security and data communications. For a company that speaks 30 languages and has more than 100,000 customers worldwide, Anixter has grown remarkably from the first day Alan and Bill Anixter started to cut wire to length with the help of their mother's loan.