Transportation Supervisor


  • Maintain accurate files on vehicle use, condition, and maintenance

  • Ensure tractors and trailers are effectively utilized by developing efficient delivery schedules

  • Implement an inspection program to safeguard the equipment and a maintenance program to keep equipment in effective operating condition

  • Recommend the appropriate specifications for new equipment

  • Recommend programs to the Transportation Manager on improving the operation of the fleet

  • Customer Service

  • Provide a level of delivery service that meets or exceeds customer expectations

Labor Management

  • Direct the operations of the clerical staff and drivers to achieve prescribed objectives

  • Develop and maintain a productive work team by hiring, training, and professional development

  • Match the skill and background of associates to the work required

  • Apply sound communication and motivational techniques, supervise, counsel, and discipline subordinates

  • Implement performance evaluation system for recommending promotions, wage increases, and terminations

  • Implement a driver safety program


  • Process bills of lading, making sure that proper charges are billed in the appropriate manner


  • Establish a trip reporting procedure and process the trip reports from all drivers and shipments

  • Assure the timely creation and filing of Department of Transportation reports

Minimum Education

  • College Degree

Minimum Experience

  • 1 to 3 years? experience in transportation and fleet management

Minimum Knowledge/Skills / Abilities

  • Analytical and communications skills

  • Effectively communicate with associates and customers in person and via telephone, verbally and non-verbally to accomplish necessary objectives

  • Effectively review performance of subordinates, if any, to ensure compliance to requirements

  • Ability to operate small office equipment (typewriters, computers, key punch, etc.) to accomplish necessary objectives

  • Ability to retrieve and file documents stored in file cabinets

  • Ability to learn technical material to accomplish necessary objectives

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