Customs Clerk II

The Customs Clerk II will report to the General Manager, Procurement.  The successful candidate will be a licensed Customs Clerk Grade II professional and will ensure proper and efficient clearing of the company’s shipments to meet the organisation’s needs and in accordance with Customs & Excise Regulations.  He/she ensures that materials are removed from the Bonded Warehouse into Stores to prevent materials stockouts.  He/she also provides customs & shipping resources as required. 


  • Ensures that materials required on a critical and AOG basis are appropriately handled.
  • Ensures aircraft components are well packed for shipping to prevent damage during transportation
  • Prepares Shipping, Customs, Bank and Exchange control documents, including warehousing entries for Duty-Free Goods, in accordance with T & T Customs Regulation for clearance and shipment of company engineering, advertising and other stores.
  • Examines and clears all company materials and supplies required for supporting the organisation.
  • Ensures the correct addressing and labelling of materials for shipping, including dangerous goods.
  • Transfers High Duty goods to and from Duty-Free Shop, Cargo or Retail.
  • Liaises with Trinidad Customs to resolve Customs queries.
  • Ensures all the organisation’s Warehouse Bonds and Goods Transfer Bonds are enforced in accordance with the Customs Act of Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Ships components, materials, and supplies to Line Stations and repair Vendors.
  • Records all Goods Movement updates in SAP.
  • Assists with the proper maintenance of all warehouses, as it relates to the operation of a Private warehouse in accordance with the Custom Bonded warehouse regulations   
  • Manages warehouses incoming material and supplies in accordance with Customs Regulations
  • Controls the shipment of dangerous goods and ensures full conformance to IATA regulations regarding the transportation of these materials. 


  • Operates within the Corporate and Commercial guidelines of the Company’s Materials Logistics Department
  • Trinidad & Tobago Customs & Excise Laws, Policies and Procedures.
  • Works within the Dangerous Goods handling regulations
  • Operates within the Importation of Food, Drugs and Hazardous material regulations
  • Operates within the Importation of Duty-Free products regulations

You will have a minimum of three (3) CSEC/CXC Ordinary passes, two (2) of which must be English and Mathematics.  A Customs Clerk Grade II license from Trinidad and Tobago Customs and Excise Brokers Board is a requirement.  You will have five to seven (7) years of experience in the clearance and export of goods or materials.  You must also have proficiency in using MS Word and MS Outlook.  Dangerous Goods certification would be an asset.

You must also demonstrate the following:

  • Working knowledge of the Food and Drugs regulations of Trinidad and Tobago;
  • Working knowledge of the Customs Act, Brokers Board Act, Excise Act and Import and Export regulations of Trinidad and Tobago;
  • Knowledge of and experience in the use of a Materials Management system;
  • In-depth understanding of the legislation regarding the import/export of goods to Trinidad and Tobago; and
  • You must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail with well-developed planning and organizing skills.  You must be able to work independently and manage a high volume of work with shifting priorities within daily deadlines.  You must be willing to be rostered for shift work, including weekends and public holidays.


Application deadline: Mon, 15 Aug 2022 at 11:59PM UTC time (7:59PM Trinidad & Tobago time)

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Salary negotiable
Your Career Level
Early Career
Years Experience
Five (5) - Seven (7) years’
Your Education Level
Secondary Education
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