Compliance Analyst

Compliance Southfield, Michigan


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Organization Overview
For over 70 years Buckland has been working to help companies across the world experience global trade in a better way. Buckland employs a unique approach to global trade that focuses on combining trusted technologies and talented people that know how to use them. As a customer-focused company, Buckland provides customers with a single source of unmatched Customs Brokerage (Canadian, US, Mexican), Trade Managed Solutions, Freight Forwarding, Trade Technologies and Warehousing/Distribution Services. Buckland strives to provide customized services in a memorable way.    


Position Summary

Reporting to the Compliance Supervisor, this position will be stationed at our client site in Auburn Hills, MI and will assists on compliance projects for major clients.  This individual will provide classification of goods under the Harmonized Tariff Schedule.  The role requires professional communication with clients, suppliers and government representatives.  


What we can offer you

  • Competitive salary, benefits package and matching retirement plan
  • A friendly, collaborative work environment
  • Opportunities for professional development & ongoing learning
  • A chance to be part of a growing organization


Key Responsibilities:

  • Complex tariff classification determinations, reviews and opinions
  • Application for customs rulings in complex tariffs, origin and valuation
  • Assistance on NAFTA projects, audit and verification programs
  • Reviews database integrity
  • Utilizing various client and Buckland provided software to organize and manage workload
  • Create reports,  and may assist in drafting compliance processes and  related work instructions
  • Provides broker and client assistance with antidumping and countervailing duty assessment
  • Liaison with significant business partners on Customs compliance issues
  • Ongoing effective and diplomatic  internal and external customer service
  • Ability to travel between Canada and the USA to other offices


The ideal candidate will bring:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
  • Classification experience preferred but not required
  • Self-motivated with good organizational and decision making skills
  • Professional and articulate communication abilities, above average written communication abilities; mature demeanor
  • Good research and analytical skills, with strong attention to detail and organization skills
  • Good team and leadership skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Excellent problem solving skills, research and analytical skills
  • Strong team player with the ability to work independently
  • Valid US driver’s license
  • US Customs broker’s license and/or CCS designation considered a plus
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office with advanced knowledge of Excel and Access (preferred)


If this describes you, we’d love to hear from you. Please visit our website at to learn more about Buckland and apply through our Career page today.


Those applicants requiring a reasonable accommodation in the application and/or interview process must submit their request to the Human Resources Department