Part Time Customs & Logistics CoOrdinator:We are looking for a Part Time Customs & Logistics CoOrdinator to work Two and a half days a...
Part Time Customs & Logistics CoOrdinator:
We are looking for a Part Time Customs & Logistics CoOrdinator to work Two and a half days a week (19 hours approx) DEPARTMENT: Supply Chain Operations & LogisticsREPORTING TO: Head of UK Logistics, Transport & CustomsJOB SUMMARY: To proactively and comprehensively manage all activities related to the Importing, Exporting, shipping and Logistics of Airbus Defence & Space. To ensure compliance with all HMRC procedures and regulations INTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS Interface between the operational staff, project & Manufacturing area Managers. Interface with Logistics /Transport/Goods in/ Export & Compliance Departments both Portsmouth & Stevenage. Central Finance Purchasing & Procurement DepartmentsEXTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS Interfacing with Logistics Service Providers, National & International Authorities Transportation, airline & Licensing authorities HM Revenue & Customs Marine coast guard agency External Service providersKEY RESPONSIBILITIES: 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)- European Space Agency Regulations- Marine & Coastguard agency (CAA)- US Departments of Defence (ITAR) and Commerce (EAR).- 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 fullfilled, minimising cost to Airbus DS. Accurately aligning the exports to the imports for IPR etc. 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/transportationJOB/TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: 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 IncotermsRequired 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. ESSENTIAL REQUIRMENTS: Communicates both verbally and in written form. Is able to create confidence and understanding and gain commitment from others. Personal drive and motivation Team working Planning, organisation and prioritisation Willing to travel if and when required. DESIRABLE REQUIRMENTS: Experience & direct involvement in continuous improvement process tools & techniques. Previous background in telecommunications space industry Purchasing & supply chain exposure
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