District Compliance Supervisor


Company Description

Expeditors is a global logistics company headquartered in Seattle, Washington. As a Fortune 500 company, we employ over 15,300 trained professionals in a worldwide network of over 331 locations across six continents. Expeditors satisfies the increasingly sophisticated needs of international trade through customized solutions and seamless, integrated information systems.

Job Description

As a subject matter expert in Trade and Customs Compliance, the Compliance Supervisor will assist in ensuring the Company meets its obligation to comply with all Company policies and all applicable laws and regulations.

  • Process Customs Statement Management Reports, ensure timely payment and document submission to CBP
  • Perform District, Regional and Corporate mandated daily, weekly, and monthly monitoring activities (ex: IDMA/EDMA, GATES, TSA, other Compliance Audits)
  • Review all Powers of Attorney received by the branch for validity, upload to POA Tool and assist with transition/implementation of compliance related activities
  • Analyze reports, identify anomalies and timely communicate with management
  • Problem solve and ensure discrepancies are monitored and resolved timely and accurately
  • Work with all Departments and DTCM to understand and trend discrepancy root causes and implement necessary training
  • Provide desk side training, prepare and deliver training classes
  • Ensure proper and timely filing of  PSCs, protests, petitions, supplemental duty tenders, etc., in accordance with regulatory, CHQ guidelines
  • Assist with TSA and other Trade Compliance activities
  • Provide feedback, coaching, mentoring to staff on an ongoing basis
  • Maintain highest compliance levels for all necessary and applicable Customs and other Government Agency regulations, policies and procedures
  • Assist in the enforcement of Expeditors’ Operational Process Standards, policies and procedures
  • Assist operations personnel with compliance related questions and issues as necessary
  • Maintain healthy cross-functional relationship and work environment, promote team spirit and cohesiveness in the departments
  • Assist DTCM with other compliance activities as needed



  • College degree
  • Customs Broker’s License preferred or commitment to obtain within 18 months
  • 3 years’ experience in U.S. Customs brokerage/Export
  • 5 years industry experience
  • Strong analytical ability
  • Strong time management skills and attention to detail
  • Strong working knowledge of CFIT and Expeditors’ import/export applications
  • Import/Export Compliance Specialist Certification
  • TSA Training/STA application on file
  • Dangerous Goods/Hazardous Materials Certified in all depts (IATA, IMDG, 49 CFR)
  • Proficiency in the following software products:
    • MS Office – Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, Power BI, Share Point
  • Customs business understanding; current customs environment
  • Strong understanding of HTSUSA, Import and Export Regulations
  • Customer service skills to deal with branch personnel and external customers; ability to work effectively across all levels of an organization interfacing with supervisors, peers and clients
  • Organizational skills to manage multiple tasks to completion simultaneously
  • Research skills, problem solving and follow-up skills
  • Ability to relate to clients, Customs and other government officials, and employees at all levels
  • Hands-on knowledge of Operational Process Standards desk procedures
  • Ability to articulate clearly through written and oral presentation
  • Exhibit a leadership style that empowers, coaches, mentors, and fosters a cohesive team environment

Additional Information


  • Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick Time
  • Commercial medical/accidental insurance
  • Unlimited job rotation, promotion
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Training and Education Program

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