£34000 - £38000 per annum
A great opportunity for a Customs Logistics Controller to join a leading organisation to be responsible for managing the clearance of goods, ensuring full compliance and to effectively manage all duties and tax waiving schemes related to distribution and manufacturing.
Key Responsibilities of the Customs Logistics Controller;
Allow HMRC Officers access to the Warehouses, the Goods and their records.
Work with external warehousing partners to monitor and report daily consumption and Customs inventory consumption.
Ensure that border crossing shipments comply with the rules and regulations of Customs authorities.
Manage daily operational issues related to Customs compliance.
Monitor import, Customs warehouse and export entries.
Support and execute regulatory compliance audits.
Remain current on laws, regulation and practices effecting Customs compliance.
Support and help develop a trade compliance business model and management processes.
Control all inbound plant shipments ensuring all documentation complies with statutory customs regulations.
Manage the UK customs Duty and VAT processes for the plant in corporation with the EMEA and global teams.
Ensure that all customs regulations and procedures are adhered to and all timelines and deadlines are met.
Help complete and maintain all paperwork required for the AEO application regarding customs in a timely and accurate fashion.
Work with transportation companies to ensure operational efficiency.
Create and maintain system-based analysis and statistics, developing reports for data validation.
Support the team in publishing regular KPIs and Dashboards. Maintain and run KPI's to accurately measure and report on Customs compliance
Ensure that all weekly, monthly and quarterly reports to customs are issued timely and accurately
Personal Specification of the Customs Logistics Controller;
Educated to Degree level or equivalent.
Solid Customs Compliance experience.
Logistics, Transport & Warehousing Experience.
Experience within a manufacturing environment.
Good working knowledge of MRP / ERP systems.
Strong communication and influencing skills.
Excellent numerical and analytical skills.
This role will involve working afternoons / evenings Mon-Fri
This role would suit a candidate who has held any of the following positions; Warehouse Manager, Export Manager, Shipping Manager, Trade Compliance Officer, Logistics Manager, Logistics Team Leader, Supply Chain Manager.