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TRADE EXECUTION COORDINATOR II

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Job ID LIM00119 Date posted 10/08/2020 Location : Lima, Peru

JOB PURPOSE AND IMPACT

The Trade Execution Analyst II is responsible for coordination and execution on moderately complex trade execution activities. In this role, you will ensure coordination of all required processes for movement of commodities and maintain consistent communication with internal and external customers to ensure accurate and timely statuses of operations. You will execute all the activities related to issuing import and export licenses and completing transactions associated with the import and export in a timely manner.
Execute end to end import and export transportation processes applying defined contractual terms to minimize risks of the execution.
Manage sales contracts to ensure their clauses are fully understood and executable, ensuring legal and fiscal requirements.
Execute contracts for different trade flows, supporting the strategy of the different product lines existing within the business group strategy.
Ensures review of operational metrics, maintaining accurate controls and delivery as per expectation of trade execution processes.
Maintain and foster established relationships with customers, clients, suppliers and other business partners, such as supervisory companies, insurance companies, laboratories, agents, warehouses, trucking companies, buyers, and sellers.
Other duties as assigned
You will work under general supervision and independently solve moderately complex issues while referring more complex problems to a higher-level staff.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience such as Business Administration, Trading, Commodities, Supply chain. 
Minimum of two years of related work experience, such as Import/Export, Supply chain, Logistics.

Strong English communication skills. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Strong organizational, analytical and communication skills
Experience managing and planning import and export processes, customs documentation, shipping, and receiving of foreign merchandise in a global matrixed company.
Deep knowledge of Incoterms.
Experience analyzing legal contracts

Lean Six Sigma Knowledge is a plus

Strong Excell Skills


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