The TGI Group is an international investment and holding company with diverse interests. Operations of the group primarily span across developing economies in Africa, Middle East and Asia. The group’s business interest covers manufacturing of fruit drinks, juices and dairy products, packaged food and condiments, production of vegetable oil, cotton ginning, poultry and fish farming, processing and marketing of frozen foods, importation and distribution of industrial and agro chemicals, fish trawling and spe…ed oil services.
INTERNATIONAL TRADE OFFICER
Position Summary and Reporting Structure:
Provide a high standard support to operations and focus on enforcing trade plans, programs,maintenance & testing, and producing periodic reports.
For the designated category/product
Reconciliation, monitoring and reporting of Clearing Agent Account
Reconciliation, monitoring and reporting of NAFDAC Account
Reconciliation, monitoring and reporting of Nigeria Custom Account
Reconciliation, monitoring and reporting of Prepayment account
Passing of necessary entry in the system
Liaising with Main Account of all business Units
Coordinating credit and financial activities and obtaining payments for import/export operations.
Ensures that all filings, documents, and regulatory reporting are completed accurately, in a timely manner, and according to trade laws.
Keeps informed of international events and changes to laws and requirements that may impact operations
Collaborate with other departments to establish cross departmental processes
Reconciliation and monitoring of Pro-forma Invoice (PFI)
Reconciliation and monitoring of expected shipping status
Allocation of Forms to SP shipment
Follow up on SP documentation with the Suppliers
Reporting challenges on import processes.
MIS work of the department including various report generation
Ensure that products are received on time
Keep up with ever changing Government Policies and Tariffs on Importation and exportation of Goods
Ensure the team is effectively meeting all deadlines and internal requirements