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Sea Freight Imports Clerk

Sea Freight Imports Clerk

Birmingham

18,000 - 25,000

FP/12766/KK

Our client is an International Freight Forwarder, specialising predominantly in deep-sea markets, with the Far East, USA as their main areas.
We now have an excellent opportunity for a Sea Freight Imports Customer Services professional to join the freight forwarding team.

Based in Birmingham you will get involved in the full Sea Freight Imports cycle. From taking FCL and LCL bookings, handling quotes, completing documentation, customs clearances, invoicing clients.

You will have a clear understanding of how duty/VAT is calculated and able to complete CFSP/Home Use/IPR entries. Good verbal and written communication, to provide a professional image to customers and suppliers, with the ability to instruct a global network of agents, suppliers, shipping lines and hauliers.

You will have sound commercial and market knowledge in the sea freight forwarding industry

In order to apply for this role you will need to have a background gained from a freight forwarder in Ocean Freight imports you will be focused on looking for an opportunity with a forward thinking dynamic company.

You will need to have a can do personality, be a good team player and be dynamic. Good IT and communication skills.

We regret that due to volume, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. If you do not hear from us within 2 weeks we wish you the best of luck in the future

To apply please use the #Apply# link within this advert and your CV will be forwarded to a Freight Personnel consultant automatically.

Details

Job Type:Permanent
Location:- Midlands West, Birmingham
Benefits:18000-25000 Salary
Branch:Freight Personnel
Ref:31967 FP/12766/
Consultant:Karen Kempson
Tel: 0161 452 0452
Email: kkempson@freightpersonnel.co.uk
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