Global Trade Import/Export Compliance Administrator
We are Cambridge University Press & Assessment, a world-leading academic publisher and assessment organisation, and a proud part of the University of Cambridge.
We have several opportunities for Import/Export specialists to work on an important project. The posts are initially offered on a 2 year contract but with the very real possibility of a permanent contract.
The main purpose of the role is to carry out Customs import and export operational activities in line with recognized International regulations and standards
You will act as primary contact for Global colleagues, Freight Forwarders, Customs Brokers and Suppliers providing support in all matters relating to the end to end operational activities of Customs import/export compliance including, but not limited to:
Please refer to the full job description attached.
You will need previous experience working in an import/export environment and you should be familiar with Supply Chain/Logistics processes and International Trade Systems and associated software.
You will possess a good working knowledge of:
A working knowledge of SAP is preferable
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The closing date for application is 19th October and interviews are scheduled to take place as soon as possible
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