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Release Customs Analyst

Reporting to the Manager, this position is responsible for the timely processing, release, and correct billing of all client shipments ensuring commitment time is met and within LII service standards, to earn the clients' complete satisfaction.
Key Duties & Responsibilities
Ensures accurate and timely process of shipments
Creates customs entries through proper selection of client and client records, interpretation of documentation for all clients' shipments, in a one-step process.
Ensures correct value for duty is reported based on invoice details and terms of sale.
In a professional manner, contacts client/ carrier for missing documentation, information or instructions necessary to release a shipment.
Verifies documentation for release conditions and compliance.
Ensures that all LII SOP's and Business Rules are adhered to following special client instructions, Notes and Alerts. Identifies those that have become outdated or ineffective, making recommendations for change.
Researches and response to straight-forward requests for information in a profession manner.
Prioritizes and completes work according to client demands, Customs requirements and Livingston standards.
Meet or exceeds productivity and quality standards expected.
EDUCATION
High School Diploma/College Degree preferred
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
Two years progressive brokerage experience acquired in release and entry preferred
Excellent communication and organization skills including oral and written
Client Service Oriented €“ interpersonal skills with internal/external clients and coworkers
Ability to handle large volumes and meet tight deadlines
Strong knowledge of company policies and procedures
Attention to detail; organization, completeness and accuracy
Good analytical skills with problem-solving ability
Ability to make decisions and recommendations within authorized limitations
Excellent time management skills
Ability to present a professional image
Knowledge of Word and Excel software

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