-Independently manage product classification pursuant to U.S. Commerce Control List (CCL) and global Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) for Uber’s various lines of business as a standalone program as part of Uber’s Global Trade Compliance organization. Determine and apply global customs classifications and export classifications for various products, software, and components.
-Oversee comprehensive audit program and quality standards for global classification to support fast-paced business environment and global product expansion. Assesses classification performance of larger global team and drives operational efficiencies with focus on Oracle Global Trade Management tools.
-Be a trusted business advisor using in-depth trade compliance expertise for Uber’s core Rider and Driver App, Uber Freight, Elevate, UberEats, New Mobility, and other engineering teams for change management on revisions and to mitigate risk to lines of business.
-Works directly with and embedded into Engineering, Business Development, Product, Operations, and Logistics teams to educate business partners on trade compliance and deeply understand products pre-launch. Collects and documents information necessary for product classification in preparation for global product launches.
-Reviews open source projects for eligibility and constraints for Uber’s GitHub programs and conducts annual reporting for encryption product classification pursuant to U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security requirements.
-Prepare and submit export or import license applications for the U.S., Singapore, Hong Kong, France, Israel, the European Union as needed based on classifications and end use/end user.
-Develop and implement processes to ensure compliance with all applicable Governmental Agencies, and to ensure compliance with Uber internal policy regarding Trade Compliance.
-Apply Rules of Origin for specific countries in order to determine preferential or non-preferential origin, and assesses accuracy of valuation for goods shipping internationally.