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Customs Brokerage



Job Description

The Customs Brokerage Representative responsibilities include :

• Administrative tasks in the import operations department servicing the client and their suppliers, providing customer service as well as maintaining revenues from the client base and contracted vendors.

• File break/down, classifying data entry, photocopying, scanning and some assembling of entries.

• Auditing commercial documents, applying harmonized tariff schedule code for accurate duty assessment and to ensure all federal requirements are met.

• Document review and assessment of accuracy, verifying country of origin/export, IOR, terms of sale and value to ensure that compliance and federal regulation requirements are achieved.

• Daily follow up on documentation discrepancy issues which requires the ability to troubleshoot and communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing with customers and foreign origins.

• All other task as assigned by supervisor and or manager.

Minimum requirements:

• A minimum of one year of customer service, general office, or data entry experience.

• High School diploma or equivalent certificate.

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

• Accurate and rapid data entry.

• Strong attention to detail, and ability to multi-task.

• Excellent verbal and written communications skills.

• Proven organizational skills.

• 3-5 years of Customs Brokerage, Must have certification card.








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