Profession customs and excise officer
Customs and excise officers approve or deny the passage of goods through customs barriers for international business and ensure compliance with consignment legislation. They facilitate communication between import and export trading institutions and government officials, and are responsible for taxation calculation and ensuring payment.
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- Conventional / Enterprising
- Conventional / Realistic
- Illegal substances
The forbidden substances which cannot be transported from one area to another, or carried by an individual, as well as their nature and how to handle them.
- International taxation of transfer prices
The requirements and regulations of the transfer prices of goods and services between legal entities, especially in an international setting.
- International import export regulations
Know the principles that govern the import and export of products and equipment, trade restrictions, health and safety measures, licenses, etc.
- Tax legislation
Tax legislation applicable to a specific area of specialisation, such as import tax, government tax, etc.
- Import export regulations of dangerous chemicals
The international and national legal rules for exporting and importing dangerous chemicals.
- Control trade commercial documentation
Monitor written records containing information related to commercial transactions such as invoice, letter of credit, order, shipping, certificate of origin.
- Coordinate import transportation activities
Oversee import transportation operations; optimise import processes and service strategies.
- Calculate tax
Calculate the taxes which have to be paid by an individual or organisation, or paid back by a governmental institution, compliant with specific legislation.
- Undertake inspections
Undertake safety inspections in areas of concern to identify and report potential hazards or security breaches; take measures to maximise safety standards.
- Handle surveillance equipment
Monitor surveillance equipment to observe what people are doing in a given area and ensure their safety.
- Manage import export licenses
Ensure the effective issuing of permits and licenses in import and export processes.