Import Administrator Job Description

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Import Administrator Job Description
Import administrators usually have regulatory acumen. (import - export image by Ploum1 from

An import administrator applies business acumen and regulatory dexterity to review a company's import procedures. The administrator also makes sure these procedures are adequate, functional and conform to industry practices.

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An import administrator coordinates import shipments, tracks these shipments, and follows up with customs officials to ensure timely clearance and prevent losses resulting from production shutdowns. The administrator also evaluates import activities, recommends process efficiency measures, and ensures these measures adhere to international customs laws and regulations.

Abilities and Tools

An effective import administrator usually has an analytical disposition, good communication skills and time-management aptitude, according to O*NET Online. Being detail-oriented is also helpful. Skilled and apt import administrators often use freight management software and financial accounting applications.

Academic Requirements and Salary

Companies prefer job applicants with a bachelor's degree in business administration, international business or a related field to fill an import administrator vacancy. However, professionals with less education are common. According to the career information website Indeed, import administrators earned average yearly salaries of £50,700 as of 2010.

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