What’s the role?
We are currently recruiting Junior Analysts for exciting new opportunities with one of our clients. You will be part of a project that provides tailored logistics and supply chain management solutions to a full range of clients, both internal and external.
The role will include keeping track of incoming shipments, making sure all appropriate import documentation has been uploaded correctly, and submitting customs entries accurately and in a timely manner.
Your day to day activities will include:
- Keeping track of incoming shipment notifications
- Coordinating with third party logistic providers / suppliers on incoming shipments
- Checking import documentation is correct.
- Allocation of unique consignment references
- Working on port systems to claim unique consignment numbers
- Keeping track of shipment movements and ETA’s
- Liaising with shipping lines
- Creating, processing and submitting customs declarations to HMRC
- Organising clearance documentation
- Submitting export declarations
- Running and delivering customer reports as required
What knowledge, skills and experience you need
- Ability to analyse data and understand patterns and connections.
- Previous experience in a data analysis or data gathering role would be beneficial
- Good IT skills with particular competency using MS Excel
- Excellent attention to detail
- Good decision making and problem solving skills
- Strong organisation and time management skills, with the ability to prioritise urgent tasks
- Previous experience using Case Management System (CMS) or similar software would be an advantage
- Customs or Trade experience would be beneficial but is not essential
- Process focussed mindset with an understanding of quality management
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Tell me more
- Location: Working from home initially (project may move to Gatwick office in future)
- Rate: £120 per day
- Work Pattern: Monday to Friday
- Start Dates: November 2020
- Duration: 12 month initial contract