Company: Cisco Systems Inc.
Position: Global Trade Analyst
Location: Miami, FL
Description: The Cisco Global Export Team is expanding its role as a strategic asset of Cisco’s overall business strategy worldwide. Cisco is seeking a Global Trade Analyst to work under the supervision of the Global Trade Manager to ensure compliance with US import and export requirements.
- Understanding the export requirements out of a specific country
- Establish guidelines for Export Procedures and documentation (including new export process set-up (e.g., CE, NBM, TEFR,)
- Comply with export license conditions, (delivery verifications, shipping documents)
- Organize OEE Pre-Shipment-Inspections in collaboration with Cisco exportops team, Cisco Logistics Partners and Third Party Manufacturers
- Obtain the Installation and Delivery Verifications from the licensed end-users
- Review and prepare shipping documents such as SLIs, CI, Packing slips….. for the “PSI transaction”
- Record management: export licence matrix, PSIs
- Act as a liaison with GET and GTC product classification teams and logistics partners
- Assist in answering internal and external customers’ queries
- Review, root cause and respond to export issues tied to customs data (origin, value, HTS) identified by businesses during internal audits with the assistance of the GTC team where required
- Review and respond to Census verifications from AES filings as well as to AES compliance error reports
Skills and Qualifications:
- Overall knowledge in International trade including in Logistics, Customs, Export Controls, International Trade Environment
- Academic background must include a minimum of a BA/BS degree or equivalent in international trade, law or political science
- Cross-cultural working experience is a plus
- Linguistic skills: Fluent in English, additional languages are a plus
- Ability to work in a multicultural environment
- Highly motivated person with strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Work well in a team environment and handle the ever changing priorities of worldwide trade compliance.