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.
Tradewin is seeking an experienced Customs Consultant. Our candidate must be an effective communicator who can work within our network to develop opportunities from our Canadian and international offices.
You must be comfortable working closely with clients, staff, the CBSA and other government agencies.
Proficiency with Harmonized System (HS) classification, Customs Valuation, and other regulatory requirements.
The ability to understand and interpret the Customs Act, the Custom Tariff Act, AMPS
Assist clients with audit defense and appeals.
A clear understanding of USMCA, CPTPP, GPT, LDCT and other trade agreements.
Identify and develop business opportunities from internal and external sources.
Liaise between clients and the CBSA or other government agencies with respect to Customs’ audits, AMPS penalties and reassessments.
The ability to review import data to identify duty overpayments and / or exposure to areas of non-compliance.
Experience in assisting Non-Resident Importers.
In addition to have strong regulatory customs knowledge you will need to have excellent writing skills and the ability to work effectively with EXCEL, WORD and ACCESS programs.
The ability to travel in Canada and the United States is required. A university degree or college diploma in a related field is desired.
Customs’ professional designation, CCS or CTCS is preferred.
Tradewin offers excellent benefits including
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.