Trade Compliance Analyst

Date: Jul 9, 2024

Location: Bucharest, RO

Company: Tenneco

As a Global Trade Compliance Analyst your primary objective is to assist with maintaining an import/export control structure consisting of operational processes and import/export documentation. You will help perform the day-to-day management of all trade compliance activities. This role is crucial to ensuring compliance with relevant laws, regulations, and policies. This position requires attention to detail to investigate information, resolve issues, and implement process improvements.


What you will have to do:

  • Responsible for US, CA and EMEA Region project classification work
  • Will be required to support product Free Trade Agreement Qualification efforts for all regions; when required, will solicit suppliers for FTA certificates.
  • Will support collection of Supplier solicitation of Long-Term Origin declarations.
  • Fall back support for EMEA Customs Operations / CBAM / Green Tax / REACH Compliance
  • Provide supplemental operational support for US/CA operations; will serve as “Out of Office” support for US/CA Operations
  • Manage over solicitating suppliers for Supply Chain Security Questionnaires; where suppliers are not meeting Minimum Security Requirements, the analyst will build an action plan with the supplier to meet requirements.
  • This position will manage over all customs broker performance in region, which includes conducting broker performance audits.
  • Management of the global Restricted Party Screening operations; will manage overall customer and supplier data collection efforts and first line screening. Escalating any true matches.
  • Assist with collecting data reports from all broker partners globally, support Global Trade Data Analyst with data prep for trade metrics.


What will make you successful:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering / business / materials management /supply chain / logistics or other related field
  • 5 years of related experience working with international trade regulations and import/export laws
  • Thorough understanding of customs valuation, rules of origin, section 301 tariffs, GRIs, free trade agreements, ADD/CVD and incoterms.
  • Experience with U.S. and international product classification.
  • Ability to meticulously review documentation and identify discrepancies.
  • Critical thinking skills, strong communication abilities, organizational expertise, and the capacity to collaborate with cross-functional teams.
  • Strong prioritization skills and the ability to work autonomously.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft (Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Word, and Teams).   
  • Understanding of supply chain concepts as they relate to importing and exporting.


What we offer 

We want to make you feel welcomed, challenged and inspired and so we’ve made sure to carefully put together a blend of benefits meant to boost your health and well-being, to ensure your personal and professional growth and also your integration in a pleasant day-to-day working environment.

What you can expect next

Our team is ready to act immediately on those candidates who are the best fit for the role. You’ll first hear from someone in Talent Acquisition to schedule a phone screen, and then the next step will be a personal interview with our Hiring Manager. We pride ourselves on moving through processes quickly, and you can be sure of transparency and prompt communication throughout.