| This position is responsible to ensure that the Arconic Titanium and Engineered Products (ATEP) Business Unit and all associated locations of the Division are in full compliance with the import and export laws of the countries where they do business, in a manner that is consistent with Arconic’s values. Compliance with trade regulations will be achieved through a centralized framework including classification, certification, verification of import/export activities, and training of local staff. The Manager will proactively work with BU Compliance, Corporate Trade Compliance, and International Transportation to minimize risk and ensure efficient and effective processes for import/export transactions. ATEP has locations in North America (USA and Canada) and Europe (England and France) and sales offices in Asia (China and Japan). |
Principal Activities Overall responsibility for the trade compliance of approximately $675 million annual transactions. Execute as key resource to all ATEP locations in providing functional knowledge, support, and solutions for the integrity of global operations and quality resolution of import/export issues throughout regional locations and clients. Design, implement and manage a robust trade compliance program for the ATEP Operations, including the ongoing development and maintenance of procedures which define responsibility and accountability for completion of activities and supporting operational processes. Develop and deliver an ongoing, tailored training program that includes but is not limited to, export control and technology, Corporate Trade Standards, general awareness, risk identification, and escalation. Personally conduct training as required to include training of Trade Compliance Managers and Import/Export Liaisons at all company locations. Develop and maintain country specific import/export matrices to include classifications, license requirements and shipment restrictions. Assess gaps and mitigated compliance risk, coordinating with Corporate Global Trade Compliance for BU wide visibility. Represent ATEP Operations in dealings with customers, suppliers, plants, BU and RU personnel as well as government agencies in response to general inquiries on shipments or licenses. i.e. BIS, ITAR, HMRC, CCGP Serve as an Empowered Official as recognized by the US International Traffic in Arms regulation (ITAR). Develop ITAR license applications, and advise on the structure, support, and compliance of other export licenses, agreements, exemptions or other authorizations as may be required from Canada, UK, and France. Conduct periodic internal and external compliance assessments of ATEP US, EU, CA, facilities to ensure adherence to policies, procedures and compliance of all activities and transactions with the appropriate import/export laws and recordkeeping including completion of Arconic’s Audit and Self-Assessment Program. Coordinate with Management on issues, opportunities, recommended solutions and cost savings. Assist with duty drawback program that identifies both current and future opportunities to reclaim duty paid on imported articles. Work with Customs Brokers to expedite clearance of ATEP products; provide documented feedback to brokers on operational/compliance-related matters; and conduct post-entry/post-shipment audit of import/export shipments. Remain current on regulatory/industry activities that impact the company's business, including OGA requirements such as TSCA. Gain expert understanding of Arconic intermediary and anticorruption process to effectively determine and manage intermediary relationships as necessary.