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Customs Brokerage & Shipping Assistant

Ref: VAC-14131
  • Location: Bury St Edmunds
  • Industry: Shipping Freight Forwarder
  • Discipline: Import Clearance Clerk
  • Employment: Permanent


Job Description

Our client is a world leader in the air and sea freight shipment of historic, rare, and prestigious vehicles.
They are looking to recruit an experienced import/export customs clerk to join their busy team – their office is based in Bury St Edmunds, but you will also have the flexibility to work from home part of the week if that works for you

The main role of the job is running import and export customs shipments for airfreight, road freight and sea freight.

Duties include:

Import customs clearances
Export customs clearances
Completing airfreight and seafreight export documents
Raising and discharging T forms for road freight
Coordinating with transport department regarding cars requiring customs around Europe / Channel Islands, Switzerland & Norway
Manage the IPR authorisations of clients, including completing quarterly returns
Applying for full IPR authoirsations and completing CCG applications
NOVA applications
BTI Applications
Request airline / shipping line rates for quotes
Cover for other members of staff when absent
Keeping customs schedules up to date, including the bond schedule and T form schedule
Use of Destin8 and CNS port systems
Use of Sequoia and Freight Fax for customs / airfreight paperwork

An excellent salary is on offer for the successful candidate


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