APL Logistics Americas, Ltd Clerk II, Data Entry in Los Angeles, California

Clerk II, Data Entry


This position is required to prepare the entry screens for transmission of the entry to Customs. Upon receiving the results of the transmission, the entry is prepared to be submitted to Customs or moved to Traffic upon an immediate release. Lastly, the billing invoice is prepared.


  • This position is responsible for, but not limited to, the following:

  • Completion of entry screens necessary for entry transmission

  • Scanning of documents into document imaging system

  • Preparation of billing package

Key Results:

  • Transmission of entry to Customs

  • Billing invoice prepared

  • Passing file to Traffic department

  • Read/interpret commercial invoices & subsequent data entry

Responsibilities:This position is responsible for, but not limited to, the following:Completion of entry screens necessary for entry transmissionScanning of documents into document imaging systemPreparation of billing packageKey Results:Transmission of entry to CustomsBilling invoice preparedPassing file to Traffic departmentRead/interpret commercial invoices & subsequent data entry


H.S. Diploma or GED

1 year of data entry experience, 10 key by touch (numeric) 8000 KSPH

Coping, attention to detail, teamwork, commitment to task, problem solving, communication (verbal/written), MS Office proficiency


Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Teamwork – showing a commitment to teamwork and collaboration

Respect – extending dignity and respect to all people

Integrity – fostering trust and a positive work environment

Innovation – bringing creativity to the workplace

Job: Logistics

Primary Location: US-CA-Los Angeles

Work Locations

USA Los Angeles HQ (CIS)(0581)

533 Glendale Blvd

Los Angeles,90026-5097

Organization Carmichael International Service

Job Schedule Full-time

Job Type Standard

Travel No

Req ID: 180001K5

The company is committed to and supports equal employment opportunity and affirmative action to all employees and applicants for employment. Equal employment opportunity means equal treatment of employees and applicants without regard to the following legally-protected characteristics: race, color, religion, creed, sex (gender identity), pregnancy (including childbirth and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age (40 and over), medical condition, genetic information (including characteristics and testing), veteran status, physical or mental disability status or any other legally-protected status.