Profession import export manager in waste and scrap

Import export managers in waste and scrap install and maintain procedures for cross-border business, coordinating internal and external parties.

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Personality Type

  • Enterprising / Conventional

Knowledge

  • International commercial transactions rules

    Pre-defined commercial terms used in international commercial transactions which stipulate clear tasks, costs and risks associated with the delivery of goods and services.

  • Embargo regulations

    The national, international and foreign sanctions and embargo regulations, e.g. Council Regulation (EU) No 961/2010.

  • Import export regulations of dangerous chemicals

    The international and national legal rules for exporting and importing dangerous chemicals.

  • 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.

  • Regulations on substances

    The national and international regulations on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, e.g. regulation (EC) No 1272/2008.

  • Export control principles

    The restrictions a country imposes on its exported products and goods.

  • Waste and scrap products

    The offered waste and scrap products, their functionalities, properties and legal and regulatory requirements.

Skills

  • Perform financial risk management in international trade

    Evaluate and manage the possibility of financial loss and non-payment following international transactions, in the context of foreign exchange market; apply instruments like letters of credit.

  • Speak different languages

    Master foreign languages to be able to communicate in one or more foreign languages.

  • Set import export strategies

    Develop and plan the strategies for import and export, according to the size of the company, the nature of its products, expertise and business conditions on the international markets.

  • Apply conflict management

    Take ownership of the handling of all complaints and disputes showing empathy and understanding to achieve resolution. To be fully aware of all Social Responsibility protocols and procedures, and to be able to deal with a problem gambling situation in a professional manner with maturity and empathy.

  • Monitor international market performance

    Continuously monitor the international market performance by staying up-to-date with trade media and trends.

  • Ensure customs compliance

    Implement and monitor compliance with import and export requirements in order to avoid customs claims, supply chain interruption, increased overall costs.

  • Manage processes

    Manage processes by defining, measuring, controling and improving processes with the goal to meet customer requirements profitably.

  • Control trade commercial documentation

    Monitor written records containing information related to commercial transactions such as invoice, letter of credit, order, shipping, certificate of origin.

  • Maintain financial records

    Keep track of and finalise all formal documents representing the financial transactions of a business or project.

  • Comprehend financial business terminology

    Grasp the meaning of basic financial concepts and terms used in businesses and financial institutions or organisations.

  • Managing a business with great care

    Detailed and thorough treatment of transactions, compliance with regulations and supervision of employees, safeguarding a smooth running of daily operations.

  • Create solutions to problems

    Solve problems which arise in planning, prioritising, organising, directing/facilitating action and evaluating performance. Use systematic processes of collecting, analysing, and synthesising information to evaluate current practice and generate new understandings about practice.

  • Abide by business ethical code of conducts

    Conform and follow the ethical code of conducts promoted by companies and businesses at large. Ensure that operations and activities do comply with the code of conduct and ethical operations the supply chain throughout.

  • Meet deadlines

    Ensure operative processes are finished at a previously agreed-upon time.

  • Direct distribution operations

    Direct distribution and logistics operations ensuring maximum accuracy and productivity.

  • Have computer literacy

    Utilise computers, IT equipment and modern day technology in an efficient way.

  • Conduct performance measurement

    Gather, assess and interpret data concerning the performance of a system, component, group of people or organisation.

  • Produce sales reports

    Maintain records of calls made and products sold over a given time frame, including data regarding sales volumes, number of new accounts contacted and the costs involved.

  • Build rapport with people from different cultural backgrounds

    Understand and create a link with people from different cultures, countries, and ideologies without judgements or preconceptions.