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JOB: Customs Lead (global scope) Location: Małopolskie Ref. PL21- R403 – S01

  • 03.09.2021

Customs Lead (global scope) Location: Małopolskie Ref.  PL21- R403 – S01

Our Client  is a world leader in marine technology.

The role: reporting to Head of Logistics, you will provide expertise support to a cross-functional team serving a wide range of international contacts (both internally and externally). As a part of the global supply chain team you will work with all divisions and support various key projects within the field of customs and logistics, being a part of developing world class supply chain management.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Define and implement an end-to-end global customs strategy including risk reviews on potential footprint evaluations and potential implications.
  • Monitor all customs regulations by our Client’s sites and review all customs relevant activities to reduce financial exposure by maximizing legitimate tax and duty efficiencies.
  • Act as the subject matter expert to give guidance on all customs compliance matters to the divisions, including regions outside of Europe.
  • Lead projects related to logistics and customs supporting our client’s business.
  • Identify training needs throughout the business: create customs training material and deliver training to the both customer facing and supplier facing side of the business.
  • Ensure legal and ethical compliance to customs regulations covering all sites.
  • Create, develop and ensure compliance with policies, procedures, guidelines and contracting infrastructures that meet both corporate and business customs requirements.
  • Monitor and communicate regulatory changes and maintain close relationship with customs authorities and external bodies.
  • Identify and implement opportunities for cost reduction/avoidance through special customs procedure, e.g. free trade zones, bonded warehouse. Support purchasing in the customs suppliers (broker) selection based on the criteria defined in the customs strategy.

Qualifications:  

  • A degree of law, business/economics or equivalent experience and a demonstrated commitment to continued professional development.
  • Expert knowledge of relevant customs regulations and ability to analyze business situations and to advise on the impact of customs regulations.
  • Regional/global stakeholder management experience established through extensive and successful collaboration with senior stakeholders across Europe/globally.
  • Good knowledge of Asia- and US trade. Solid understanding of the physical logistics processes (inbound and outbound).
  • Analytical skills and data management.
  • Demonstrated track record of meeting personal objectives.
  • Strong communication skills and experience of influencing based on functional responsibility rather than line authority.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Fluent in English and ideally another language.
  • Flexibility and willingness to travel when needed and work with different cultures.

Why to apply? : very interesting, independent position in the global logistics organization. An interesting opportunity for ambitious expert to be a part of global projects and collect experience from different SC areas.

If you wish to  apply,  than send us your  CV in English to:  agnieszkapiatkowska@e-bigfish.com

Please introduce in your CV the following clause:

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