Friday, 7 December 2012


Brunel Energy Latest Vacancy

LOCATION: V/Island, Lagos
  • Understanding of Materials Management/Logistics in Supply Chain.
  • Understanding of requirements for importing into / exporting out of Nigeria
  • Understanding of requirement of Custom processes in Nigeria
  • Excellent knowledge of the operations of the Free Trade Zones in Nigeria
  • Excellent knowledge of customs duty rebates applicable to certain materials / projects.
  • Responsibilities (Duties Performed).
  • Take part in project materials kick-off meetings to understand project materials procurement strategy and provide guidance on importation and logistics plan.
  • Ensure that all P.O issued by Procurement for importation have correct INCOTERMS stated on them.
  • Provide guidance to overseas manufacturers, Suppliers, Freight Forwarders, etc. on documentation requirements for importation into Nigeria
  • Register and manage Forms ‘M’ with Commercial Banks for Company importations
  • Processing of Risk Assessment Reports with government appointed Scanning Companies
  • Determine Harmonized Systems (H.S) Codes for materials
  • Calculate customs duties for imported materials
  • Coordinating activities involved in port operations in order to release imported materials.
  • Coordinating activities of Customs Agents in clearing Company imports at the ports.
  • Provide guidance to Company vendors on all importation & Customs Duty matters
  • Resolve cases of Demand Notices issued by Nigeria Customs Authorities on Company materials.
  • Liaise with in-house Accounting Department to make funds available and transfer same to affected Commercial Banks for customs duty payment for imported materials.
  • Liaise with Commercial Banks to pay customs duties into Federal Government customs duty account.
  • Liaise with Procurement Department to effect change orders on POs where required
  • Ensure that vendor imports materials in line with the Incoterms stated on the P.O.
  • Ensure that vendor imports materials with relevant and complete/correct shipping documentation.
  • Ensure timely processing / payment of customs duties for imported materials
  • Liaise with Nigeria Customs and any other Government Agency to resolve all queries that may result from importation of Company materials.
  • Work with NPOL Receiving Group to verify customs documentation prior to delivery of materials by vendors
  • Prepare and publish Customs Duty Status Report to projects on weekly basis.
  • Update customs duty process on POs in the Materials Management Tracking System (M+)
  • Closeout customs expediting file and issue final reports to projects
  • Materials Management Lead / Materials Management Supervisor
  • Project Teams
  • NPOL Expediting Group
  • NPOL Receiving Group
  • MPN Procurement
  • NPO Business Services
  • Vendor/Contractors
  • Buying Houses
  • Freight Forwarders
  • Customs Agents
  • Shipping Line Agents
  • Commercial Banks
  • Scanning Companies
  • Nigeria Customs
  • Free zone Authority
  • Port Terminal Operators e.g. Intels, WACT
  • Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON)
  • National Agency for Food & Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)
  • Manufacturers / Suppliers.
  • Supervisory Responsibility
  • Will work under the supervision of Lead Customs Expediter.
  • Key Performance Indicator
  • Payment of correct amount of customs duties
  • Timely payment of customs duties
  • Reduced number of Demand Notices
  • Materials arriving with correct / complete shipping / customs documentation
  • Adherence to company policy and guidelines
  • Understanding of Materials Importation Process / Incoterms
  • Good communication skills (verbal & written)
  • Higher National Diploma or Equivalent
  • Candidate must have a minimum of 5 years of hands–on applicable experience in importation and Customs processing.
  • Skilled in the use of web-based materials tracking system
  • Skilled in handling of common e-mail application, Word, Excel and Power-point.
DUE DATE: 20th December, 2012


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