trade compliance manager in warszawa

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warszawa, mazowieckie
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If you are looking for very ambitious key responsibilities this job offer might be for you.

what we offer

  • attractive salary
  • contract of employment
  • working in an international environment
  • additional benefits

your tasks

  • Lead the implementation of an effective TC program for the region that incorporates local “in-country” and international regulations on import and export compliance in order to facilitate the compliant movement of goods and services.
  • Supervise Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders assigned to the region by developing key performance indicators to standardize customs practices and services across the country/region.
  • Lead regular audit activities to ensure compliance and drive process improvements that contribute to an improved compliance posture across the EMEA region.
  • Support the day to day operations and local businesses to stay in compliance with all relevant import and export rules and regulations, including assisting in defining global trade best practices for local compliance programs and identifying and supporting the development of capabilities needed to execute the company’sTrade Compliance strategy.
  • Respond timely to internal and external inquiries around import and export compliance.
  • Establish and develop training programs for the different functional areas to increase the level of understanding and awareness on import and export compliance. Lead working teams where necessary.
  • Monitor regulatory and legislative changes within the country/region and alert the appropriate parties on the impact to the business as well as represent the company in key trade associations.
  • Promote reporting of non-compliant activities and lead Trade Compliance investigations within the region to promptly mitigate and resolve potential compliance issues.
  • Collaborate with legal and compliance business partners to timely address TC opportunities effectively


  • College University - Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Minimum of 5 years of direct experience in Trade Compliance matters.
  • Good understanding of European Import and Export Laws and Regulations and good exposure to extraterritorial US Laws and Regulations as they may apply in the region.
  • Self-starter, autonomous individual and a team player.
  • Must be fluent in written and spoken English.
  • Experience in drafting formal correspondence with government agencies, presentations, etc.
  • Ability to interpret government regulations and translate into strategic impact on company goals.
  • Proficient computer skills/Microsoft Office Suite
  • Analytical skills and ability to synthesize and clearly communicate; practical attitude; solution-oriented.
  • Ability to interact with all departments at all levels of the organization. 

Employment Agency - registry number 47