Opens 09/11/2023 · Closes 11/10/2023

Job Location: Newark, Delaware, United States (On-site)

Job description

Bloom Energy faces an unprecedented opportunity to change the world and the way energy is generated and delivered. Our mission is to make clean, reliable energy affordable globally. Bloom’s Energy Server delivers highly reliable and resilient, always-on electric power that is clean, cost-effective, and ideal for microgrid applications. We are helping our customers power their operations without disruption and combustion.

We are fast-growing and actively looking for an FTZ and Trade Compliance Analyst to join our Global Trade Compliance team in one of today’s most exciting technologies. This role is based in Delaware and will report to the Sr. Manager of Global Trade Compliance. This is an in-office position in Delaware.


Required Skills and Abilities:

  • High integrity and ethics
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and tact needed to interact with all levels in the plants
  • Highly motivated self-starter, capable of self-management with little to no oversight
  • Willingness to adapt to change and learn new skills
  • Proven good judgment and problem-solving skills.
  • Oracle ERP Experience.

Education & Experience:

  • 5-6+ years of FTZ and Trade Compliance experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent required
  • Strong knowledge of FTZ process and operation, import/export classification and operation, and Rule of Origin
  • Experience working with Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders, in import/export, logistics/transportation, or other related fields preferred.


  • Responsible for managing the daily operation of the FTZ process, activities, and audit.
  • Assign classification for parts entering and out of FTZ zones (California and Delaware).
  • Familiar with filing e-214, FTZ admission, cutting in-bond shipments, FTZ process with reconciliation, and FTZ software system. Additionally, strong knowledge of import ISF, FDA, AD/CVD, import license, KC Certificate, etc.
  • Provide day-to-day support on import and export activities including approving export shipments, provide
  • COO, assign HTS/ECCN classification and determine export license. Ensure customs and trade compliance matters at the site/division level are compliant with all relevant customs regulations and trade laws and regulations, including 19CFR, 15CFR, FDA, USDA, and other US regulatory agency requirements.
  • Responsible for maintaining all FTZ records with related documents downloading entry documents from brokers and saving them in ShareDrive.
  • Apply working knowledge of import/export regulations and requirements to support business needs. Consolidate and analyze import/export data to identify risks or opportunities for savings.
  • Prepare reports and make recommendations to management, as appropriate.
  • Provide analytical support related to CBP CF-28, Post Summary Correction, and Prior Disclosures.
  • Ensure timely and accurate response to Broker requests for information and follow-up to ensure resolution.
  • As directed by the Trade Compliance Sr. Manager, implement appropriate corrective actions in response to any findings in the Corporate Trade Compliance assessment.
  • Interface with related functional areas (logistics, purchasing, materials management, etc.) on customs matters and coordinate training for personnel in these areas, as needed.
  • Provide analytical support, and ad-hoc projects as needed, for reporting price adjustments, royalties, etc. via the CBP Reconciliation Prototype Program.
  • Conduct effective and timely transactional review and audit of all FTZ and import/export records and elevate issues requiring correction to Corporate Trade Compliance.
  • Provide analytical support to general FTZ and import/export-related projects.
  • Personally educate self on the latest FTZ, Customs, PGA, Export regulations, Logistics, and other government agency regulations.
  • Operates with general direction and supervision from the Trade Compliance Sr. Manager.
  • The incumbent is accountable for compliant importation and exportation of goods and services, including proper classification and valuation.
  • Must have the ability to analyze opportunities and make recommendations on options and/or alternatives to achieve divisional financial objectives.
  • The Analyst will be privy to highly confidential financial information and must work within the scope of attorney/consultant and client privilege, where deemed appropriate.
  • The proper balance between cost optimization and compliance must be maintained.


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