At StandardAero, our people are dedicated to excellence and innovation. We not only do things the right way, we’re always looking for a better way – from developing proprietary repair processes to redesigning our facilities to make them among the most efficient in the world. But ultimately, everything we do is to enhance the ownership and operating experience of our customers worldwide– to provide the kind of service that gives you peace of mind, knowing the job will be done with skill and precision and that you’ll be back in the air in the shortest possible time. That’s the standard we’ll be judged by, that’s the standard we set at StandardAero.
In this exciting role, you will coordinate all aspects of custom clearance for Canadian CSA/non CSA shipments from U.S.A. and International, customers and vendors, including the final acquittal of documents to ensure compliance to Canada Customs regulations. Provides administrative support to the Trade Compliance team.
- Ensures all applicable customs documentation is prepared, filed and retained for all incoming shipments.
- Assists with government department audits as they relate to the customs function.
- Prepares all manual customs entries such as (P-card, expense purchases, and other custom invoices).
- Completes electronic customs documentation such as (B3 and X-type) and follows up on all outstanding documentation
- Prepares Pre-Arrival Release Shipments (PARS) for all non-Custom Self-Assessment (CSA) shipments within Canada Customs time requirements.
- Reviews and modifies CSA shipment entries.
- Communicates clearance to product lines for freight delivery instructions.
- Work with custom brokers, shippers, and freight carriers to submit appropriate documentation for clearance under the CSA program.
- Maintains harmonized system codes.
- Acts as a liaison between product lines and Canada Customs.
- Ensures product line compliance to Canada Custom regulations under the Customs Self-Assessment program with CBSA.
- Prepares other government department monthly reporting as required.
- Remains current with governmental regulation changes as they affect Canada, U.S.A and International shipments.
- A minimum of 3 years experience.
- Detail oriented good planning, organizational, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
- Working knowledge of Canada Customs legislation, Customs Act and other government requirements.
- Working knowledge of PC's in the current company operating system environment.
- Working knowledge of production management computer systems.
- Working knowledge of related company instructions and company processes.
- Experience in a transportation environment.
- Canadian Society of Custom Brokers –Certified Customs specialist or U.S Certified Customs Specialist, preferred.