An import export coordinator can work in various industries and often arranges communications between sales groups and national or international customers. Import export coordinators are responsible for arranging shipments, preparing and confirming order approval, handling pricing information, and releasing invoices. In today's world economy, import export coordinators are needed by businesses that provide goods to other countries and are in increasing demand as globalization expands.
Most import export coordination positions require a bachelor's degree and knowledge of standard regulations that go along with various domestic and international protocols. Many import export coordinators take a variety of courses in business, including global business management, documentation, and management.
Education Requirements Bachelor's degree Skill Requirements
Understanding of domestic and world economies, communication and computer skills and customer service