• SOI: Government Compliance Coordinator

    Job Locations US-IN-New Albany, IN
    Posted Date 2 months ago(2 months ago)
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Administrative/Clerical
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Company/Location Overview

    Thank you for your interest in Sazerac of Indiana, our first ever facility in the Hoosier state, and the newest facility in the Sazerac manufacturing network. Founded on the principles of servant leadership and continuous improvement our entire plant team works tirelessly to accomplish our vision:

    Build the most efficient, flexible, and engaged plant and team in the Sazerac Manufacturing Network.

    We are in search of talented individuals who have a strong desire to develop and hone technically sound manufacturing processes while seizing the opportunity to own their career and personal development. At Sazerac of Indiana we believe our people are our greatest asset. Your drive and determination combined with our passion for people will ensure we win as a team.

    The Sazerac Company, established in 1850, is a leading North American spirits supplier, and owner of many of the industry’s most venerable distilling companies – Buffalo Trace Distillery, Barton 1792 Distillery, The Glenmore Distillery, and A. Smith Bowman Distillery.  In 2014, Sazerac was awarded one of the spirits industry’s highest honors – Distiller of the Year by the International Wine & Spirits Competition.

      

    For more information, please visit: www.sazerac.com.

    Job Description/Responsibilities

    The successful candidate for the Government Compliance Coordinator position with Sazerac of Indiana, will be responsible for providing administrative support by implementing systems, procedures and policies in support of compliance efforts.

     

    Specifically the Government Compliance Coordinator will:

    • Account for all inventory in our Bonded Case Goods Warehouse and ensure that records support all amounts on hand.
    • Prepare documents for wire transfer and EFT payments on imports.
    • Work with the Processing Department to ensure timely unloading of bulk products and adherence to US customs regulations, distribute petty cash as needed.
    • Act as a Notary for the company.
    • Receive documents for both imported bulk and case goods shipments.
    • Prepare and submit TTB reports.
    • Assist with general plant administration duties.

    Qualifications/Requirements

    The ideal candidate will possess the following:

    • The ideal candidate will possess an undergraduate degree and a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience.
    • Excellent communication skills are a must.
    • Strong analytical, planning and organizing skills.
    • Solid computer skills.
    • Food and beverage industry experience.

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