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Managing Consultant, Post Entry Services

Tradewin Portland, OR

  • Posted: 15 days ago
  • Full-Time
Job Description
Company Description

Tradewin is a leading international customs and trade compliance consulting firm. We provide advice and services that help companies maintain compliance with import and export laws and regulations. We also help clients find and implement opportunities to reduce costs, improve cycle times, minimize customs duties and enhance the visibility and security of their supply chains. The complex issues that international companies need to address both before and after cargo physically moves are our specialty. Our employees help our customers derive the correct HTS classification of their goods, save on customs duty using programs like duty drawback and free trade agreements, and amend the value of their customs entries through the reconciliation prototype, based on accounting changes.

Tradewin is a company that values employee tenure, cross-training, and promotion from within. We often see employees join us in one department, master our trade, and transfer within our company to other departments to grow and build their overall trade compliance knowledge. We look to impart our consultants with careers, not jobs.

Job Description

  • Drive execution of post entry filing across the business

  • Contribute to the creation and maintenance of customer-specific standard operating procedures

  • Support customer conversations and program discussions via quarterly business reviews, as needed

  • Assist direct reports in critical thinking and fixing problems in regard to the post entry process

  • Enhance workboards and process maps to streamline project tracking and communication within the post entry process

  • Review and communicate with customers and CBP on follow-up regarding post summary corrections and protests

  • Contribute to the sales and business development process, as well as accounts receivable process against post entry customers

  • Work in conjunction with Tradewin’s reconciliation and drawback departments to solve incorrect reconciliation and drawback filings by protest

  • Perform duties & tasks as directed by the Manager


  • College or University Degree;

  • Minimum 5 years brokerage experience;

  • Licensed Customs Broker (LCB) required;

  • Knowledge of CBP systems, including ACE, as well as brokerage systems;

  • Understanding of customs valuation regulations, including assists and post-accounting period adjustments;

  • Understanding of reconciliation and drawback principles;

  • Understanding of 301 exclusion language and applicability;

  • Competent PC skills, including all Microsoft Office applications. The applicant must be comfortable reviewing, analyzing, and manipulating data in both Excel and Access. Power BI and SharePoint experience desired;

  • Effective interpersonal skills;

  • Able to maintain strong relationships with all internal stakeholders;

Able to drive processes and process improvements without supervision.

Additional Information

Tradewin offers excellent benefits including

  • Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick Time
  • Health Plan: Medical, Prescription Drug, Dental and Vision
  • Life and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan (US only)
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Training and Personnel Development Program

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.



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