Organizational Location: This position is with the Department of Homeland Security, within U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of TradeLearn more about this agency
The salary range for this position is $132,552 to $199,300.00 per annum. The total compensation package includes other benefits and options.
Total employer paid contributions are worth approximately $20,000 - $27,000 excluding paid vacation and sick leave, paid holidays, and performance-based bonuses.
As Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner, you will support the Executive Assistant Commissioner, Office of Trade (OT), at U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), in leading an organization responsible for providing uniformity and clarity in the development of CBP's national strategy to facilitate legitimate trade and manage the design and implementation of results-driven strategic initiatives for trade compliance and enforcement. You will oversee seven Directorates within OT, including Trade Remedy Law Enforcement, Trade Policy and Programs, Regulations and Rulings, Regulatory Audit and Agency Advisory Services, Trade Transformation, Mission Support, and Operations.
You will also direct national enforcement responses through effective targeting of goods crossing the border as well as punitive actions against companies participating in predatory trade practices. Through coordination with international partners and other U.S. Government agencies, you will oversee the enforcement of intellectual property rights, identification of risks to detect and prevent the importation of contaminated agricultural or food product, and the enforcement of free trade agreement eligibility.
By promoting trade facilitation through partnership programs, you will oversee efforts to streamline the flow of legitimate shipments and foster corporate self-governance as a means of achieving compliance with trade laws and regulations. You will oversee the use of a risk-based audit program to respond to allegations of commercial fraud and to conduct corporate reviews of internal controls to ensure importers comply with trade laws and regulations.
Finally, you will provide the tools to promote facilitation and compliance with customs, trade, and border security requirements through the issuance of all CBP regulations, legally binding rulings and decisions, informed compliance publications, and structured programs for external CBP training and outreach on international trade laws and CBP regulations.
You will work closely with the Executive Assistant Commissioner, OT, overseeing the formulation and execution of CBP-wide policies and activities throughout the Nation and abroad. You will be responsible for leading the development of strategies to assess the level of trade compliance, publishing CBP compliance data to enable the trade to initiate their own efforts to achieve compliance, and developing and implementing an integrated enforcement program.
You will meet with and brief high-level officials including the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of CBP; representatives from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other Federal agencies; state and local government officials; and private industry officials. Additionally, you will represent the Commissioner of CBP with: Congressional committees; executives within DHS, the Department of Commerce, the Department of State, the U.S. Trade Representative, and a number of other Federal agencies; representatives of foreign governments, international organizations, and industrial associations; importers, exporters, and their representatives; and shipping and transportation companies involved in importing merchandise into and exporting it from the United States.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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