Customs and Compliance Finance Analyst

05 Nov 2020
03 Dec 2020
Job role
Experience level
Part qualified
An amazing opportunity join a well-known global brand based in Uxbridge West London, my client are a leader in their industry who put their employees at the heart of the business, you will be given the opportunity develop, progress and work with passionate people .

We are looking for an experienced Customs Finance professional who is either Part Qualified or Qualified and has experience of managing customs audits and compliance requirements and experience of performing Customs Audits.

Duties to include:

Ensuring customs tax compliance with all HMRC, Irish Revenue and EU regulations
Ensuring compliance with HQ internal audit and performing local internal audits
TRR (Tax Risk Register) and monitor all controls identified
GRC (Governance, Risk & Compliance) reporting and any other finance support as neededCustoms Compliance Assurance

Performing (internal) audits & control mechanisms
Documenting the internal processes in the context of Customs
Supporting corrective actions in case of incompliance
Ensuring legal requirements are met to receive and maintain the relevant authorisations (e.g. TSP, AEO, CFSP status maintenance)
Using MSS data, carry out spot checks on the correctness of the declarations
Check if the Customs procedures at import/export are correctly applied taking into account the basic principles when importing/exporting/transiting goods as regards to Customs declarations, application of specific regimes, origin and Customs valuation
Check if the duties, VAT and other applicable taxes are correctly calculated and paid to Customs authorities
Identify and report compliance discrepancies to managementCustoms Tax

Oversight of all payment of Customs duties and VAT
Ensuring correct bookkeeping in relation to Customs matters
Ensuring accurate guarantee application and monitoring (including the application for relevant authorisations)
Ensuring accurate application and management of deferred payment
Collects the correct data elements to ensure the right calculation and payment of Customs duties, VAT taking into account the Customs processes and procedures
Follows up on the Customs Payments and proposes and executes corrective actions in case of problem
Manages the accurate application of repayment/resubmission of Customs duties
Verifies whether the calculation of the Customs value of the goods is correct
Verifies whether the EU tariff and non-tariff measures are applied correctly (this is to ensure a correct application of appropriate and correct duties or relief from duties)
Communicates suggestions and potential process improvements to increase operational efficiency and helps to implement the optimisations
Work closely with HQ Customs and local Supply Chain Customs Coordinator
Local customs system key user
Ensure customs and accounting professional competence is continually developed and updated. Support Accounting team with month-end actual and forecast reporting.
To co-ordinate, manage and provide information to Internal Auditors (and External as required)
Responsible to perform internal audits on key risk areas
Responsible for the timely and accurate reporting of monthly actual and forecast duty costs
Manage the TRR (Tax Risk Register) and monitor all controls identified
Manage and co-ordinate GRC (Governance, Risk & Compliance) reporting, ensuring satisfactory business compliance
To be responsible for the implementation of ad hoc projects (e.g. SAP implementations, other compliance topics), as considered necessary by the Financial Controller (or if required, Finance & IT Director)To undertake any relevant ad-hoc duties

Parkside Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Parkside Recruitment is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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