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LCH--PT On Call Air Supervisor at UPS

Posted in Transportation 30+ days ago.

Location: Louisville, Kentucky





Job Description:

Job Title:  On Call Air Supervisor

Days:  M-F

Hours:  Approx. 10:00pm – 03:30am

Job Summary

This Part-time On Call Air Supervisor is responsible for assisting and reviewing UPS Small Package on call air activity to ensure timely and proficient service. He/she assists with dispatch of drivers,  planning and is responsible for ensuring that service, safety, and cost goals are met.

Core responsibilities in supervising On Call Air operations are to coordinate with others to ensure that plans are executed efficiently and to ensure adequate staffing and equipment levels for transportation needs. The Part-time On Call Air Supervisor oversees planning and assignments, monitors drivers movement, and tracks the equipment. This position also reviews, analyzes, and tracks various service reports and schedules. Using this data, the Part-time On Call Air Supervisor creates efficient plans, verifies service levels, addresses performance issues, and incorporates modifications – such as new customers, new locations and additional loads – into dispatch plans. This involves coordinating drivers with load volume, ensuring that cars are in the correct locations and confirming accuracy.

Employee will be required to train on UPS systems.

Other Duties

  • Review driver hours to ensure regulatory compliance

  • Conduct hazardous materials audits

  • Review safety reports

  • Verify appropriate driver uniforms and utilization of safe work methods

  • Determine employee training needs to produce continuous development plans

  • Provide feedback and support

  • Conduct performance evaluations and resolve individual and group performance issues

    BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S. for this employer.

  • Must be willing to work flexible shift hours and on the weekends.

  • Experience supervising employees is preferred.