Dock Supervisor



Job Description:THE JOB: Doug Coleman Trucking Ltd. is seeking a qualified Dock Supervisor for our London Terminal. RESPONSIBILITIES: As the Dock Supervisor you will be responsible for: · Supervising and assisting off-loading/loading trucks in our cross-dock operation, ensuring all trucks are loaded in a timely manner · Recording of all goods received, ensure completion of daily reports (on-dock, yard checks, OSD documentation) · Maintaining flow of paperwork to and from the dock area to customer service/dispatch in a timely manner, allowing for effective communication between dock, dispatch and driver ensuring efficiency · Working co-operatively with other departments to assist in managing freight pick-up, delivery, creating a positive experience in order to minimize driver and forklift operator turnover · Ensuring appropriate staffing to meet goals including training of new dock personnel · Ensuring delivery/pick-up of equipment for any necessary repairs to maximize truck/trailer utilization · Keeping dock clean, tidy & organized QUALIFICATIONS*: · Should have valid a forklift license · Appropriate experience (2-3 years in warehouse moving freight). Experience working in the transportation industry and/or working in supervisory capacity is considered an asset. · Must be able to shunt trailers into the dock – strong backing skills a MUST · The work is physical; therefore, must be able to adapt to varying degrees of physicality · Able to work in a fast-paced environment, be able to multi-task and remain calm under pressure · Basic computer skills are required · Strong communication and reporting skills are required. · Personal transportation required. Successful candidate will have the ability to work well with others in a fast paced, results driven environment. This person will be an energetic problem-solver who, by using their strong communication skills, will be able to motivate their team members in a positive manner. This position starts at 4:00 am Tuesday to Saturday. Job ID: 36956077
Doug Coleman Trucking

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