Customs Clearance Clerk

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    Rebecca King

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    17 days ago

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Customs Clerk

Full-time opportunity (40hrs)
Shift work (midday - early hours)

We're currently working with a successful company who are looking to recruit an experienced Customs Clerk in Liverpool to assist with a new and exciting project. The primary purpose of the role is to help with the administrative aspect of Import/Export customs.

There is a competitive salary between £20,000 - £25,000 attached to this job, and some attractive company benefits too. The Customs Clerk role in Liverpool is a full-time, permanent position. The customs role will cover shifts beginning at midday and running through the night.

If you had been working for this company as a Customs Clerk last week, you would have:
● Planned general customs activity
● Processed import and export clearances
● Inputted data into in-house systems, and analysed data queries
● Obtained relevant custom documentation and produced reports

You will be working as part of a team, so you must have confident communication skills and a positive attitude. The successful candidate will be a customs officer with a solid understanding of customs, including the latest rules and regulations applying to customs clearance services. Knowledge of current customs-related software is highly desirable, too.

To apply for this Customs Clerk role, you will need:
● At least three years' experience in a similar role
● Experience handling HMRC & Revenue .IE via either CHIEF, NES, Microsoft packages and other in-house systems
● Experience and knowledge of tariff codes
● A manner when confident liaising with clients and team members
● Knowledge of the shipping/logistics sector

To find out more about this Customs Clerk job in Liverpool, and to apply for the role, contact us today.

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