Elliot House, 151 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 3WD and/or Manchester Airport Office as per business requirements
Full Time (37.5 hours per week, 9.00 – 17.00 core hours) or Part time (at least 2 days).
£17K-£25K per annum depending on skills and experience (pro-rata if part-time)
On successful completion of probation time, employees can join pension scheme, opt in for private medical insurance scheme, flexi working scheme, 25 days of holidays with increases subject to length of service.
Apply by 3rd July 2019. Send your CV and Cover Letter to [email protected]. Please ensure to explain in your cover letter how your current knowledge and skills set are transferable and/or suit this role and how you add value to the team. **Applications without cover letter WILL NOT be considered**
Taking place in July 2019 looking to start in August/September.Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive, we are only able to provide feedback to candidates who have been invited to the interview stage.
The Role of Export Documentation Adviser
A unique opportunity has opened to join our award-winning Chamber and International Trade team.This role will help influencing, shaping and driving sustained growth across our wide range of international trade services, with special focus on Export Documentation and Technical Consultancy Services.The overall aim is helping UK and Overseas companies to thrive in international markets creating positive changes through the delivery of our service offer.
This is busy and fast-pace environment where team working as well as effective self-management are key to keep up with multiple internal and external deadlines; and a can-do and solutions-oriented mindset are key.
1)Providing high quality information and practical advice to customers and members in relation to documentation, and general international trade queries.
2)Processing international trade documentation in line with UK / EU Regulations ensuring these are accurate and in line with the Chamber’s quality assurance processes and policies. These would include European Community certificates of origin, Arab and Egyptian Legalisation documents, HM Revenue and Customs Movement certificates.
3)Leading on a specific project, activity and/or service as per team’s requirements ensuring effective implementation.
4)Increasing the number of companies registered and/or using online accounts on the e-z Cert platform as per BCC’s requirements.
5)Maintenance of accurate financial and other records in connection with this function, including CRM tracking, invoicing and payments received.
6)Ordering and maintaining stocks of consular invoices and other relevant export documentation forms.
7)Renewing and updating annually the Formal Undertakings given by exporters and agents to the Chamber
8)Active promotion & sales support of all the Chamber’s International Trade services specially Export Documentation and technical consultancy.As well as provide ideas and influence the development of new services.
9)To provide, as and when requested, clerical and technical support to the wider International Trade team and other Chamber teams.This may include participating in events, training courses, one-to-one management or new business meetings, to mention but a few.
10)Ensure that queries which cannot be answered by the team are logged in CRM, the international trade referral spreadsheet and referred via email to relevant associates, approved suppliers, strategic partners or international patrons in a timely manner.
11)Undertake relevant training and development as and when needed to enable the duties of this post to be carried out successfully.
Other Required Skills
1)Work Experience in the delivery of Export Documentation process will be an advantage but not a must.We welcome candidates with no experience and willing to learn on the job through formal training and practical experience.It is expected that you will gain export certification skills within 12 months.
2)Work diligently to meet the requirements of the job
3)Always seek to achieve and improve to achieve the highest quality standards and follow the Chamber’s quality assurance operating procedures.
4)Contribute to the Chamber’s commitment to work with a commercial mindset
5)Participate in internal/external meetings and training when required
6)Ensure that all relevant policies, procedures and working practices are always adhered to
7)Participate positively on one-to-one appraisals
8)Work in accordance with the Chamber’s culture, values, aims and objectives
9)Always act as an ambassador of the Chamber when dealing with members, customers and representing the business
10) Contribute in creating and maintaining a positive teamwork environment, taking ownership of issues and supporting colleagues where appropriate
11)Be flexible and willing to undertake any other duties that may be reasonably required