Job Position: Assistant Operations Coordinator
Date Submitted: Dec. 22, 2017, 11:43 a.m.
Company Hiring: Freight Logistics, Inc
Description & Requirements:
The Assistant Operations Coordinator manages logistics contributory functions helping Coordinators to ensure customer demand and schedules are met. The position includes detailed work and data entry. Computer and typing skills are required.
Education and Training
No experience required in the logistics/transportation industry. One or two years in the industry a plus but not required.
Monica Saravia LCB, CCS, CES
Customs & Compliance Manager
Freight Logistics (HQ)
3505 NW 107th Avenue, Suite C
Miami, FL 33178 United States
Job Position: Licensed Customs House Broker
Date Submitted: Jan. 8, 2018, 4:32 p.m.
Company Hiring: NNR Global Logistics – MIA
Description & Requirements:
A $4 Billion global organization with over 18,000 employees, renowned for delivering confidence, comfort and enjoyment for over 100 years.
With a growing network of facilities worldwide, NNR Global Logistics is well positioned as your perfect supply chain partner.
A people-centric organization, satisfying in excess of 1 million customers - every day. Aligned to our Corporate Philosophy, our mission is to ensure our customers, our employees and anyone engaging with NNR, experience Confidence, Comfort and Enjoyment.
The Customs House Broker is responsible preparing, compiling and managing all documentation and records required to clear goods through the United States Customs Service (USCS), including negotiating with, retaining and service as an intermediary between airlines, shipping companies, trucking companies, shippers, consignees, bonded and other warehouses and the USCS.
Duties & Functions
Utilize experience and knowledge of USCS rules and regulations to classify goods and determine applicable duty rates.
Prepare and file with the USCS all documentation required for goods to clear customs and enter the U.S., including entry papers and paperless entry by computer, withdrawals and bills of lading
Negotiate and contract with airlines, shipping companies, trucking companies and bonded warehouses for the transportation and storage of goods.
Prepare and maintain a record of each transaction according to USCS requirements.
Advise and assist customs clients regarding the entry of goods, payment of duties, bonding requirements and procedures for appealing duty charges imposed by the USCS.
Train, supervise and advise customs assistants and import personnel of NNR (USA) in the entry, importation, storage and transportation of goods into the U.S.
Maintain individual customs broker license issued by USCS.
Maintain up to date knowledge, including any needed continuing education, of the regulations and procedures of the USCS for the classification and entry of goods.
Maintain up to date knowledge of all regulations and procedures of the Food and Drug Administration, Department of Transportation and other state and federal agencies regarding the importation and transportation of goods, including hazardous materials, food and live animals.
Such other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by the Corporate Customs Broker or other management.
Must be able to convey information and ideas clearly.
Must be able to evaluate and select among courses of action quickly and accurately.
Must routinely meet deadlines.
Must be able to multi task.
Must be effective in handling problems in the workplace including anticipating, preventing, identifying and solving problems as necessary.
Must be effective at listening, understanding and clarifying the concerns and issues raised by co-workers and business clients.
Comply at all times with NNR USA standards and regulations to encourage safe and efficient business operations.
Attend meetings/training as required by management.
Perform other duties as requested by management.
Education & Experience:
High School diploma or equivalent and/or related experience in a related field preferred.
Must be currently licensed by the USCS as a customs broker, with no pending penalties or restrictions on operating as a broker.
Must have a minimum of three (3) years experience in importing or freight forwarding business.
Must have basic training ISO.
Ability to use basic math skills to calculate duties and freight, storage and other charges.
Ability to operate basic office equipment, including personal computers and to conduct paperless entry of goods through the USCS computer system.
Must have basic computer knowledge to include windows, word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, etc.Physical requirements:
Flexible and long hours sometimes required.
Light work - Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, frequently and/or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.
Drive to and from local ports, warehouses and consignees to transact customs business and effect the transportation and storage of goods.
Sufficient near vision to read and write information accurately.
The position is generally sedentary, other than local travel