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Legal Customs Analyst

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Job ID 172565 Date posted 01/14/2022 Location : Buenos Aires, Argentina

Want to build a stronger, more sustainable future and cultivate your career? Join Cargill's global team of 160,000 employees who use new technologies, dynamic insights and over 154 years of experience to connect farmers with markets, customers with ingredients, and people and animals with the food they need to thrive.


The Legal Customs Analyst will support mainly Argentina as a part of the Southern Cone team in areas such as risk assessment, value preservation review and regional/global customs compliance improvement projects. You'll work closely with internal business units to address risk and leverage customs opportunities, develop and implement control and compliance framework, contribute to government inquiries and provide operational mentorship and training. The Legal Customs will ensure requirements are met for sensitive custom data and comply with applicable government laws and regulations.


Manage client interaction and business partnership, providing strategic direction on global trade compliance activities and collaborate cross-functionally, internally and externally to implement cross-border solutions globally.
Support global trade operations compliance and Cargill subsidiaries, joint ventures, business unit staff and other customs departments by advising on low-to-moderately complex customs transactions and issues.
Follow regulatory standard practices to validate and coordinate import/export transactions, execute customs clearance and file import/export declarations.
Perform data management, analysis and reporting to ensure compliance and provide support in tax/duty disputes.
Analyze and report key performance indicators to evaluate data for risk assessment.
Conduct complex customs-related research and analysis, using substantial understanding of customs practices and procedures with minimal input from senior team members.
Develop technical customs solutions to minimize Cargill's customs liabilities/risks.
Independently handle complex issues with minimal supervision, while escalating only the most complex issues to appropriate staff.


  • Lawyer with 4 years of customs legal experience
  • Customs Valuation, Free Trade Agreement origin, customs law and Latin American Integration Association legal framework experience
  • Understanding of customs regulations and programs
  • English Intermediate Level

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