Occupations

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  • Cargo and Freight Agent

    Cargo and freight agents arrange for cargo shipments and prepare associated shipping documentation. They are traditionally employed by freight forwarding and shipping companies, however, they are also employed across all sectors requiring either internal or external supply chain services.

  • Cargo Security Screening Guard

    Cargo security screening guards perform security checks of freight and cargo at airports to ensure compliance with Transport Canada aviation security regulations.

  • Computer and Information System Manager

    Computer and information systems managers plan, organize, direct, manage and evaluate activities related to the analysis, design, development, implementation, operation, and administration of computer and telecommunications software, networks and information systems.

  • Customer Service Manager

    Customer service managers plan, organize, direct, manage, evaluate, and are responsible for customer service activities, budget, policies and procedures of an organization.

  • Customs Brokerage Employee

    Customs Brokerage Employees arrange for the release and accounting of goods, assess, collect, and remit duties and taxes, and act as liaison between importers, exporters and other government departments (e.g. Industry Canada, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Health Canada, Transport Canada, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, etc.). Customs Brokerage Employees hold positions with corporations, partnerships, or sole proprietorships, which are licensed by the Canada Border Services Agency.