Bond Administrator, Northampton

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Company Description Do you want to work for the UKs largest FMCG Provider? Come and be part of a great team with a great culture, great colleague engagement and great opportunities, who live their company values every day. It really is a great place to work Great Bear is a leading 3rd party UK logistics business providing nationwide dedicated and shared user warehousing and distribution solutions for international blue chip clients. We operate in excess of 7 million sq. ft. of warehousing and operate a large modern commercial vehicle fleet, coupled with an extensive added value service offering. An exciting opportunity has arisento join our Northampton,BrackmillsTeam asa Bond Administrator. Shift: Mondayto Friday, 9am - 5pm Salary: £27,500 per annum Job Description Oversee the bond operation and advise the sites as to HMRC conformity and requirements. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Securing the liability for any Duty suspended movements and the effective control of ARCs on EMCS, and ensuring the correct payment of duty and VAT for each of the Customers onsite, and these are made directly to HMRC Being the main contact point for HMRC matters within the business for any day to day enquires that Culina Group clients may have Making sure the bonded goods inwards are completed correctly and any outstanding receipts are accounted for Ensuring W5D are entered onto the HMRC website in the required timeframe for each day Carry out System for the Exchange of Excise Data (SEED) checks for new and existing Bond delivery points Check W1 population from Autostore Excise System Checking that outstanding movements (UK, Export and EU) are being chased, highlighting potential liability issues Supplying requested reports to clients i.e. duty paid stock report, outstanding liability report and duty summaries for deferred clients as required Maintaining records, managing stamp distribution. Ensuring we adhere to HMRC obligations Supporting the client with any duty reclaim. Providing evidence submitted to HMRC Carrying out in-house payments of Customs duty prior to budget / destruction Loads being raised Advising HMRC of stock to be destroyed, overseeing the process, adhering to HMRC policy. Qualifications Experience of working in a Bond Administration environment Experience of using a computerised warehouse management system Process focused individual with an eye to detail, able to carry out all the requirements stipulated in our HMRC approval. Able to communicate with the client on all bond matters, ensuring all requests and practices are in line with HMRC legislation An adaptable approach to work and the desire to constantly strive for higher standards Excellent team working and communication skills Computer literate, intermediate level Excel essential. Able to work using own initiative and to strict deadlines Willingness to share knowledge and best practice models Willingness to develop own skills and experience through learning interventions Able to adapt positively to change Additional Information In return for your passion, hard work and determination in providing outstanding service to our customers weoffer: Competitive salary Competitive holidays Life Assurance Pension scheme Access to our benefits platform: discounts on high street retailers, utilities, holidays and cinema tickets Health cash plans: Hospital, dental and optical Training and development with career progression opportunities and MANY MORE When our staff have passion for what they do they work with more care and attention which is reflected to our clients, Click APPLY NOW to JoinOurWinningTeam and begin your career today
   
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