Customs Administrator

Lincoln Electric Company of Canada LP - Toronto, ON (il y a 30+ jours)

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Who We Are:

Lincoln Electric - The Welding Experts® It's more than a slogan, it's a reference to the knowledge we've gained in over 120 years as the global leader in the welding industry. Those 120 years have taught us to think locally, act globally and continually reinvent ourselves through R&D and innovation. We now have 63 manufacturing locations in 23 countries and a worldwide network covering more than 160 countries.

Our technologies are everywhere – from buildings bridges, cars and ships to pipelines and wind powers all around the world. Innovation, quality and integrity are what motivate us to be where we are: #1 in the welding industry. We believe in growth but more importantly, we believe in our people and the passion they share with us every day. We provide opportunities for our team to grow and develop. We strive to be fair and transparent with our team members. At Lincoln, you will not see a special parking spot for the President; however, you will find open doors to speak to any of our Leaders.

As part of a continuing legacy, working at Lincoln Electric Canada will give you the opportunity to contribute to a new generation of innovation and experience the pride that comes with being part of the solution to world challenges.

The Logistics department is responsible for all Lincoln Electric Canada sales efforts in accordance with budgeted objectives and company requirements in a timely, discreet and ethical manner.

The department also is expected to support Export of Lincoln Electric’s Canadian made products to the United States and Internationally through Lincoln Electric’s worldwide distributors

What We Expect From The Role:

  • To report directly to the Logistics Manager on an ongoing basis and communicate all relevant matters pertaining to the business unit within the company. As well as, to communicate effectively with the respective managers with respect to clarity of direction, approval for decisions and execution of all related responsibilities.
  • Interact with the freight audit company pertaining to the processing of all freight invoices.
  • Assist with coding or allocation of freight expense invoices sent to the freight audit company for payment.
  • Handle proof of delivery requests by contacting the carrier to obtain the required information.
  • Arrange pickups of raw material from US and Canadian vendors for delivery to the factory.
  • Work in conjunction with the Logistics Manager to maintain the NAFTA Certificate of Origin file, by obtaining from US vendors a yearly blanket Certificate. This involves, verifying which vendors are current, adding new vendors to the list, identifying the product bought, the correct tariff numbers to use. Etc.
  • Call various transportation companies to arrange for delivery of goods to Cleveland and other destinations in the US. Prepare customs paperwork for goods being exported to the US.
  • Prepare and handle weekly shipments from Statewide Warehouse in Cleveland, to the factory. Shipments consist of 10 – 20 vendors and entails setting up border clearance by faxing product description and value for each vendor to our broker.
  • Download weekly, using Tradesmart plus software, all entries from Russell Farrow Customs Brokers, daily entries into Canada. At the same time duty and brokerage are allocated to the proper accounts and passed along to the accounting department for payment.
  • Must be able to obtain rates for International shipments and be able to make the applicable arrangements to handle quotes or move product.
  • Arrange for the return of RMA goods and warranty to the DC.
  • Prepare invoices, certificates, memos and other documents needed.
  • Handle requests for information from our customs broker pertaining to all imported goods.
  • To assist the Logistics Manager in the preparation and analysis of all RFQ’s sent to Logistics providers.
  • To work with the Logistics Manager and Lincoln Cleveland in gathering and presenting information with regards to key projects such as Ocean cargo, NAFTA etc.

What We Need You To Have:

  • Grade 12 completion
  • Computer skills(Microsoft Office and SAP)
  • 5 years of Customs and logistics experience
  • Must be enrolled in or have completed CCS program

What We Offer:

  • Competitive Compensation Package with a Unique Profit Sharing Incentive Program
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package including an Attractive Pension Plan
  • Summer BBQ, Team Socials, Family Events and much more!

If you believe you have what we are looking for and you want to make your mark in the #1 welding company, we look forward to hearing from you!This company is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to age, ancestry, colour, race, citizenship, ethnic origin, place of origin, creed, disability, family status, marital status, gender identity, gender expression, record of offences, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation or any other Prohibited Ground. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. By applying to this position you are confirming you possess either a Canadian citizenship, permanent resident status or work permit.

If shortlisted, you may receive a response from our HR Team and/or receive an online invitation via Venterview to complete a short video interview with us. However, please feel free to send us an email at hrcanada in case you require any specific accommodation or have any concerns over the process.

Job Type: Full-time


  • customs/logistics: 4 years (Preferred)