Thursday, December 18, 2014

Customs Post Two Job Openings

U.S. Customs and Border Protection ("CBP") has announced two Senior Executive Service ("SES") opportunities within CBP’s Office of International Trade ("OT").

1. Executive Director, Automated Commercial Environment ("ACE") Business Office and

2. Executive Director, Regulations and Rulings ("RR").

These job announcements, with additional details are now posted on USAJobs and have a closing date of January 9, 2015.

The Executive Director, ACE Business Office is responsible for leading the planning and development of automated systems at CBP that will be used by the U.S. Government and trading community. These automated systems are instrumental in allowing CBP to achieve its strategic goals and objectives related to the enforcement, analysis, and trade policy requirements of CBP, other Government agencies, and the private sector. They will be the principal representative and consultant for the ACE Program at interagency and international meetings and will be responsible for communicating to all stakeholders the benefits and impact of the ACE Program. You may view the announcement on USAJOBS at

The Executive Director, Regulations and Rulings, is responsible for developing and implementing regulations and rules to enforce laws enacted by Congress. Regulations and Rulings provides administrative decisions on appeals to penalties or sanctions imposed as a result of violations of customs laws or regulations. They are responsible for directing key programs related to Regulations and Disclosure Law, Commercial Trade and Facilitation, and Border Security and Trade Compliance. Additional responsibilities include the oversight of the development of agency guidelines and procedures for administering laws and regulations pertaining to the importation of goods and merchandise into the commerce of the United States. They will also be responsible for the development of a national approach for achieving informed compliance with importers, brokers, and others engaged in international trade. You may view the announcement on USAJOBS at

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