Trade Compliance Officer

Trade Compliance Officer

Location: Brighton
Salary: Up to £45,000

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Role of Trade Compliance Officer:
Preparing agreements in accordance with UK regulations to support International business initiatives, including: employment of foreign persons, manufacturing abroad, and sourcing and development relationships with foreign entities.

Interpreting governmental responses and provides guidance to stakeholders. Establishes and maintains relations with government licensing authorities to ensure the company's position on licensing and technology is conveyed, understood and accepted.

Analyzing business initiatives per regulatory requirements and advises divisional management on compliant execution of activities. Conducts training sessions for employees and assists in developing and implementing policies and procedures to ensure compliance with federal regulations. Develops and conducts audits of internal controls and procedures by examining artifacts to ensure compliant transactions.

Supporting external audits and inquiries from UK governmental control agencies such as HMRC and UK MOD through data gathering and corrective action execution. Influences product development decisions through technical jurisdictional analysis to support business strategies in a compliant manner.

Key skills for Trade Compliance Officer:

A senior professional with a broad knowledge of project management managing complex projects or processes with general oversight. Communicates within and outside of own function to gain cooperation on operational processes, practices, and procedures. Makes moderate to substantial improvements to systems and processes. Contributes to achievement of departmental goals and operating plans with direct impact on the departmental results.

Qualifications for Trade Compliance Officer:

You require a strong knowledge of job area typically obtained through advanced education combined with experience. Typically viewed as having a speciality within discipline. May have broad knowledge of project management. Degree and minimum 4 years of prior relevant experience in UK Trade compliance.