Opens 05/21/2021 · Closes 07/20/2021

Bloom Energy is the leading force in transforming the way energy is generated and delivered. We are driving toward the parallel goals of growing a dynamic and forward-thinking company while creating a positive impact on our environment. Our mission is to make clean, reliable energy affordable globally. Our company is filled with smart and innovative thinkers and doers, and we never stop striving to improve our technology, to expand and improve our company performance, and to develop and support the many talented employees that serve our mission!

We are looking for a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) Coordinator to join our team in one of today’s most exciting technologies.  This role will report to the Global Logistics and Trade Compliance Manager and based in Newark, Delaware.

Additional comments: This is an in-office position.

About Bloom Energy:

At Bloom Energy, we strive toward a 100% renewable future. Our Energy Servers are adaptable to new and innovative fuels while already acting as a cleaner and far more resilient source of power than existing solutions. We see hydrogen as a significant game-changer in the world’s energy usage, and Bloom Energy fuel cells and electrolyzers will be the industry standard for clean, efficient, and reliable energy production. We anticipate being able to work in concert with other renewable energy technologies to create a comprehensive system that will change the way energy in the world is produced, stored, transmitted, and used. For more information visit: www.bloomenergy.com.

Bloom Energy is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. We are committed to compliance with all applicable laws providing equal employment opportunities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability. Bloom Energy makes reasonable accommodations, consistent with applicable laws, for the known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee with a disability, who can perform the essential job functions, unless undue hardship would result.

Qualifications

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Knowledge of warehouse processes (receiving, shipping, planning etc.).
  • Possess well-developed computer skills, Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Oracle along with ability to learn new software.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks with varying deadlines.
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently
  • Strong team player with the ability to interact with employees, managers, customers, and vendors at all levels.
  • Excellent customer service.
  • Strong drive for results and continuous improvement.

 Education and Experience:

  •  High School Diploma required; Associate or College degree preferred
  • 2-3 years logistics experience in a fast paced warehousing environment; trade compliance experience preferred
  • Experience using an electronic inventory management system, Oracle strongly preferred.
  • Experience working with freight forwarders and transportation providers.
  • Experience working with international suppliers.
  • Experience working with a technically complex product (desired).

 

Responsibilities

  • Follow the guidelines for compliance to the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) regulations Title 19, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 146, CBP’s FTZ operating manual, and the Foreign Trade Zones Board Regulations.
  • Ensure admissions are received within the two-weeks timeframe set by the CBP.
  • Analyze, review, and manage appropriate customs declarations related to in bond transfers, permits to transfer, admissions, and entries.
  • Accept all admissions in the state of DE and CA for shipments coming internationally
  • Create files to organize document retention and retrieval upon request.
  • Assess daily inventory reconciliation processes against FTZ system and analyze/research/resolve all discrepancies.
  • Adjustments should be made within the zone under 48 hours and report all shortage/overage to CBP within regulatory guidelines.
  • Communicate with involved parties (e.g. supplier/buyer/material handlers/leads, etc.) to ensure discrepancies have been fixed.
  • Assist in the creation of corporate FTZ policies and procedures.
  • Create and update FTZ process and training documents and offer training to new hires.
  • Develop documentation system online to track all FTZ documentation within 5 years electronically.
  • Determine shortages or overages and resolve with CBP.
  • Conduct two-weeks audits internally and track all records
  • Analyze, reconcile, and maintain all inventory control and record keeping systems, logs, and files as it relates to the FTZ.
  • Conduct annually physical inventory count. Make adjustments as needed once PI audit is completed.
  • Collaborate with warehouse team to cycle count and make adjustments daily/weekly accordingly.
  • Assist in annual inventory reconciliation as it relates to the FTZ.
  • Coordinate Customs audits for CA and DE facilities.
  • Follow company standards for employees to have an awareness of loss prevention, security, and safety by following all policies and procedures.
  • Utilize company and third-party software (SmartZone-FTZ Software, Oracle-Electronic Inventory and movement management), and Quick Base to track discrepancies and facilitate CF214 and CF7512 filings.
  • Performs other duties as needed (e.g. classy parts, provide Schedule B, and create JIS) for the effective operation of the department

How to Apply