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Denied Party Supervisor (Americas)
What is Denied/Restricted Parties Compliance?
A denied/restricted party is a person or company who has had their trade privileges restricted or denied by any of various national or international governing bodies, such as the US Department of State (DOS), the US Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the European Union (EU), or the United Nations (UN). Parties have their trade privileges restricted or denied for such reasons as terrorist activity, drug smuggling, suspicion or conviction of illegal activity related to international trade, and other reasons related to national or international security or foreign policy.
The Denied Party Supervisor will assist the Denied Party Screening Center Director with various export related regulatory compliance programs. This individual would be directly involved supervising the Denied Party Screening Team, with internal gateway, hub and service center audits; day-to-day compliance issues; policies and procedures; reporting monthly compliance metrics; and work with operations to ensure procedures are in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Position is full time, day shift at CR Screening Center.
Tasks & Accountabilities Manage a team of Denied Party screeners and analysts Provide support on research and review of Denied/Restricted Parties shipments Review and update as necessary internal policies and procedures pertaining to regulations and export clearance, including coordinating the development or revision of procedures to ensure compliance Ensure that processes, procedures and operations are in compliance with government, customs, safety and all other applicable regulations Develop and deliver training relative to export activities as business needs dictate Research and review OFAC imports and exports against DHL policy and government regulations Provide guidance to company employees on all export compliance issues, including interpretation and application of the International Traffic and Arms Regulation (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and other US Government rules/regulations Responsible for keeping abreast of new or pending laws and regulations that could potentially affect the business, and then communicate compliance changes to impacted areas of the organization Provide regulatory compliance reports, and establish compliance metrics for improvement of compliance and reduction in agency penalties/violations Respond to internal/external compliance inquiries Assists with annual regulatory compliance audits of gateways, hubs and service centers Conduct regular export compliance process reviews and internal audits across all operating units to assure export compliance effectiveness and identify areas of weakness for improvement Ensure, with Manager and Sr Manager that all employees are properly trained on all aspects of governmental and regulatory agency regulations and DHL policies and procedures Work with the sales team on addressing customer concerns and respond to customer request about regulatory or compliance questions
Skills & Qualifications Bachelors degree (business administration; law; regulatory affairs) 2-3 year experience in transportation or customs preferred 3+ years of experience in people management, as Team Leader or Supervisor Understanding of checkpoints process and knowledge in DHL systems such as GEMA, GIA, NPTS, SHERLOC,etc Basic understanding of import and inbound transfer processes and regulations Knowledge of and proficient at using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, Project), Power BI, database and web-based applications Fluent English and Spanish language is a requirement.
Desirable Understanding of export controls laws and regulations is required including knowledge of the ITAR, FTR, EAR and OFAC Familiarity with the process of reviewing and working within denied party screening applications
Skills Strong leadership skills Developed oral and written communication skills Analytical thinking and problem solving Ability to proficiently communicate with US Government officials and external auditors Ability to work in a fast paced and high pressure environment Organized and able to maintain a filing system We offer:
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