Logistic Administrator

Title:  Experienced Hazmat DOT Logistics Coordinator: Ideal candidate will have strong experience with chemical shipments. MUST BE ABLE TO START IMMEDIATELY: Texas City, TX

 

Adecco is currently seeking an experienced Hazmat DOT Logistics Coordinator. Ideal candidate must have strong SAP, Excel, excellent customer service skills with proven track record in import & export.  Coordinator will process and handle air and ocean import shipments for our customers, ensuring the highest quality standards and providing service solutions meeting or exceeding our customer’s requirements. Will also oversee the CHB process and ensure compliance with U.S. and foreign government laws and regulations. This position is responsible for the completion of all CHB transactions and OGA in a timely manner.

 

Shift hours are Monday – Friday: 8:00 am- 5:00 PM. If you meet the qualifications below, please Apply Now! Hourly rate is $18.00/ hour. This temp to hire position, must be able to work 40 hours with occasional overtime.  

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Receive and track customer bookings/orders. Send shipping instructions overseas according to customer instructions or established SOP’s.
  • Notify customer of arrival and charges. This must apply to any delay notices and Customs/Exam holds. Applicable charges for any holds must also be advised to the necessary party concerned immediately after we receive our notification.
  • Follow the guidelines specified by the company’s business process team.
  • Process Customs Entries, i.e. classify invoice, file RLF entries, enter electronic invoices.
  • Own the process for FDA related entries.
  • Review and prepare documentation with accuracy on every detail and aspect, not limited to but including Customs classification, I.T. number, commercial invoices, details, etc.
  • Transmit information to ABI, verify results and make corrections if necessary, monitoring the release of customs and any OGA as may apply (USDA, FCC, DOT… etc.).
  • 3-5 years of experience in imports or combination of education and expertise.
  • Experience and knowledge regarding import entry procedures, compliance, rules and regulations is a plus.
  • FDA Experience is required.
  • Knowledge of ISF & ISF procedures is preferred.
  • Knowledge of POA & FPOA entry processes is preferred.
  • Good working knowledge of FDA & OGA transactions.
  • Knowledge of requirements related to Lacey Act & PPQ form 505 is preferred.
  • Knowledge of TIB / CARNETS is preferred.
  • Check Customs release details and ensure any discrepancies are handled properly.
  • Transmit payment of Customs duties as needed.
  • Manage exceptions with involved parties and customer.
  • Ensure that file contains all necessary document copies in proper sequence.
  • Coordination of entry and break-bulk shipments.
  • Work with Sales on account implementation, ensuring a smooth transition from Sales to Operations.
  • Answer all customer requests in accordance with our company standards and guidelines.
  • Monitor closely any shipments moving on an I.T. and provide release, payment and delivery instructions within the allotted free time.
  • Collect any COD monies owed before arranging delivery to the customer.
  • Handle and manage all customer contact at file level regarding exceptions.
  • Ensure highest level of data quality by processing the shipment accurately.
  • Provide accurate job costing forecast – Ensure all payables, receivables and accruals are

set and properly managed per company rules and guidelines.

  • Work with vendors and overseas offices to dispute any incorrect payables at the earliest opportunity to maintain accurate accounting.
  • Bill/Invoice each file to the respective customers paying close attention to payment terms for the responsible party.
  • Assure that Original Bill of Lading requirements are met in a timely manner.
  • Dispatch freight for delivery, maintaining communication with trucker throughout delivery.
  • Confirm POD for each shipment and updating our system with POD information.
  • Update Track and Trace proprietary applications.
  • Assist Sales, Department Manager and Colleagues in compiling quotes by providing rates, tariffs, etc.
  • Assure that file contains all necessary documents as set by company standards and filed promptly in appropriate location.
  • Other duties as requested.
  • Minimum of 2 year of prior experience working as an Export/ Import Coordinator
  •  Ability to work well in a team environment
  • Capable of handling problem resolution in a calm and clear manner.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and strong detail accuracy

 

 

Click on Apply Now to be considered for amazing opportunity in Texas City, TX

 

 

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