Customs & Logistics Co-Ordinator

Location:  Portsmouth, England
Salary:  GBP18 - GBP22 per hour + Ltd / Umb

Customs & Logistics Co-Ordinator

Location: Portsmouth
Duration: 6 months
Rate: c £20ph (ltd)

To proactively and comprehensively handle all activities related to the Importing, Exporting, shipping and Logistics of the client.
To ensure compliance with all HMRC procedures and regulations.

-To Co-ordinate Import and Export activities for the resident site, conforming to HM Revenue & Customs regulations and the following governing departments & organisations using the appropriate business systems where applicable.
-HM Revenue & Customs (IPR/OPR/Intrastat).
-Marine & Coastguard agency (CAA).
-Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
-Controls & Coordinates despatching of goods via Service Provider (DHL, UPS, Laser, Fraser etc) using dedicated software provided.
-Monitor & Record all imports, both EU and outside EU, recording duty status Deferred, waiver etc.
-Checking & monitoring of Freight/courier invoices for payment ensuring accurate costing, charging to project where applicable in a timely manner.
-Ensure all HM Revenue & Customs duty liabilities are fulfilled, minimising cost to the client.
-Raising necessary paperwork concerning all movements of Dangerous Goods.
-Raising of proforma invoices, obtaining information required from requestor & export control.
-Filling and scanning and administration.
-Operational liaison with National & International logistics/transportation.

-Import/Export & Customs Compliance & Regulations.
-Working knowledge of supply chain logistics.
-Effective communications.
-International Transportation legislation & procedure.
-Dangerous goods rules & regulations.
-Customer Service.
-SAP business system.
-PC Literate.

Preferable Qualification level:
Current Dangerous Goods Certificate for IATA (air), ADR (road) and IMDG (Sea).

Experience Requirement:
-Employment within an International / multi-site Engineering, or Manufacturing environment, particularly in the Aerospace field.
-Previous Logistics, Transportation & Customs responsibility.
-Working environment/industry: Engineering, Aerospace, Space, Automotive.
-Willing to travel if and when required.

The Customs & Logistics Co-Ordinator role will involve working on UK classified programmes the candidate must therefore be willing and able to obtain a security clearance.

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