Flowserve Corporation Import/Export Compliance in Chesapeake, Virginia
Flowserve is the recognized
world leader in supplying pumps, valves, seals, automation, and services
to the power, oil, gas, chemical, and other industries. With more than
18,000 employees in more than 55 countries, we combine our global reach
with a local presence.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The ECC will be responsible for the implementation and management of a corporate export compliance program at facility level.
Manage the facility’s export compliance files to be in compliance
Export license, approval or determination obtained by the facility
Export license applications or other filings with the agencies
All records of approval or denials
Keep up-to-date on all applicable export laws, regulations and company policies and to complete the annual certification and re-certification requirements of being a Certified ECC.
Conduct internal training towards matters related to export control. Ensure site personnel are trained and using the export compliance tools for product and technology exports and re-exports
Investigate complex, cross functional/company and multi-location export compliance issues and assist with the resolution in conjunction with the corporate Trade Compliance Team.
Investigate compliance problems, questions, or complaints and when necessary, work with the corporate Trade Compliance Team, to make disclosures to government regulatory agencies; coordinate corrective actions with the business and track progress.
Work closely with external parties, such as customs brokers and freight forwarders, and suppliers to drive continuous improvement, ensure quality performance, and regulatory compliance
Assist in the following areas:
Export by Third Parties
Notice of Problems
Anti-boycott Documentation and Notification
Access by Employees who are Foreign Nationals (U.S.)
Access by Visiting Foreign Nationals ( U.S. )
Initiate periodic audits, assessments or reviews of trade control systems and develop procedures for measuring compliance
Implementation of Facility Policies and Procedures
Identification and Correction of Export Compliance Gaps
Implement the Flowserve Market Withdrawal Policy concerning U.S. origin products and U.S. persons involvement (non – U.S. )
Associate’s degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience working with Customs brokers and freight forwarders
Knowledge of basic U.S. Customs regulations, NAFTA (US)
Prior export experience with manufactured engineered products with global organization strongly desired
Detailed understanding of export process with the ability to improve process; take remedial actions when/where necessary; and fix weaknesses in the process
Must possess solid analytical skills in forecasting and anticipating production needs and capabilities
Ability to interpret an extensive
variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and
deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
Computer literacy applied to scheduling and data management.
Strong interpersonal skills requiring the ability to resolve
conflicting interests and obtain cooperation and the ability to interact
with all facility personnel, corporate officers, government officials,
customers, forwarders and brokers.
Excellent written and verbal
Strong leadership, strategic level thinker and
technical expertise with ability to successfully perform multiple tasks
and work effectively and efficiently with site leadership and Trade
At least 2 years experience with Import/Export Compliance strongly desired
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Primary Posting Location:
Chesapeake, Virginia US
Percentage of Approximate Travel Required:
United States of America
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