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Transportation Manager in Minneapolis, MN at Holiday Stationstores

Date Posted: 2/12/2019

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Job Description

JOB SUMMARY:  Manages the transportation and distribution operations of the Holiday Commissary and the Bakery distribution from a third party supplier.  Responsible for ensuring consistent delivery of all Holiday Commissary and Bakery items to designated Holiday Stationstores and franchisees



•       Direct daily supervision of all Holiday Commissary and Bakery Route Drivers and order fillers including but not limited to:

o   Scheduling routes

o   Training

o   Performance Management

o   Administering disciplinary action

•       Design and modify route structure to adapt to ever-changing retail environment and supply needs

•       Monitor daily driver activity using PeopleNet Fleet management software.

•       Coordinate inspection of fleet vehicles and schedule preventive/necessary maintenance as needed.

•       Perform basic truck repairs (changing light bulbs, etc).

•       Act as liaison between third party vendors and Holiday to resolve supply issues

•       Review safety procedures with Commissary and Bakery Route Drivers as needed

•       Ensure all product is properly delivered.

•       Act as point of contact for resolving all issues that arise during the shift

•       Resolve delivery missed stops

•       Drive Commissary and Bakery routes as needed

•       Interact with Stationstore employees, co-workers and customers

•       May serve as back-up to other Holiday Support Facility management as needed

•       Other duties as assigned by HSF management

Job Requirements


•       7+ years prior transportation management experience in a warehouse/distribution/production environment required

•       Ability to resolve issues and effectively communicate with various levels of employees and vendors

•       Post high-school education, 4-year degree preferred

•       Demonstrated knowledge of Department of Transportation regulations

•       Valid Class D driver’s license required; Class B or better desired

•       Clean driving record required

•       No positive drug or alcohol test results or refusals to be tested for the two previous years

•       Must be able to perform simple arithmetic skills – add, subtract and multiply

•       Must pass Department of Transportation Physical Capacities exam and drug screen