Rendering and Short Haul Coordinator – Winnipeg


Are you experienced in dispatching and fleet management looking to get into running a small division / operation? Here is an opportunity to manage a specific business model within our organization. As Rendering Coordinator, you will manage the staff and operating assets for our rendering division to achieve driver satisfaction / success, on time service to both shipper and consignee while providing great communication to internal and external stakeholders.

The job:

-Plan and dispatch the divisions resources in collaboration with our customers to meet daily schedules

-Maintain regular communication with professional drivers, the shipper and the receiver

-Develop contingency plans as needed in the event of a breakdown at shipper, receiver or on our fleet

-Work in conjunction with our Fleet Trainer and Service Manager for the Rendering Division

-Provide emergency on-call services for the divisions stakeholders and professional drivers

-Immediately addressing all scheduling conflicts or issues as they arise

-Monday to Friday 8-5pm or 9-6pm with on call for emergencies

The ideal candidate will have:

-1-2 years in a dispatch role, driver/asset management role

-Excellent communication, organizational and multi-tasking skills

-Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with constant changes to scheduling

-Proven analytical and critical thinking skills

-Excellent problem-solving abilities

-Sense of urgency

-Positive attitude

-Class 1 / Super B experience considered an asset

-Prior experience leading a small team considered an asset

Why work with our company?

-30 years of success and sustainability in the industry

-Service Orientated Organization

-Highly collaborative team

-Support departments to train the divisions professionals as needed

-State of the art building and resources available to all staff

-Forward thinking company

-Competitive salary and benefits

Trappers Transport is committed to Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
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