Transportation Supervisor- 2nd
Who we are: Founded in Boston in 1933, M.S. Walker is a 5th-generation, family-owned wine and spirits importer and distributor, a spirits bottler, and a national supplier. We serve On-Premise and Off-Premise establishments throughout the Northeast, with direct operations in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island and brokerage operations in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. We represent a budding portfolio of wine and spirits nationwide, including our own brands, and we strive to offer the most prestigious portfolio in the industry. M.S. Walker has built our foundation and future on our people – our employees are truly our greatest asset. Our company boasts a diverse pool of exceptionally special team members who each bring their unique skills and experience to the organization. What we are looking for: M.S. Walker has an immediate opening for a 2 nd Shift Transportation Supervisor. Responsibilities include s etting up delivery routes in a cost-effective manner while providing customer service with on- date and on-time arrivals. Additionally, managing and directing delivery drivers upon their return to the warehouse. Responsibilities (including, but not limited to): To setup routes using TMS Roadnet for next day delivery To maintain the customer base in the TMS and ERP systems To supervise all union and casual helpers while On Duty (as being on Company Premises). To properly document all actions of union employees including, but not limited to: absences, lateness, violations of Company and contractual rules and regulations. To supervise the accurate check-in on all Company trucks and products upon return from route. To reconcile driver delivery manifest daily To utilize WMS (high jump) to return product into inventory To communicate and relay vital Company operational information to supervisors, fellow supervisors and to the supervisor who is relieving you, in writing and/or verbally. Provide customer service in a polite and efficient manner to customers and salespeople inquiring about orders over the telephone and/or in person. Supervise and make delivery decisions by phone with union drivers while they are on their routes. Report all delivery problems by logging them on daily driver phone-in for author
Who we are: Founded in Boston in 1933, M.S. Walker is a 5th-generation, family-owned wine and spirits importer and distributor, a spirits bottler, and a national supplier. We serve On-Premise and Off-Premise establishments throughout the Northeast, with direct operations in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island and brokerage operations in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. We represent a budding portfolio of wine and spirits nationwide, including our own brands, and we strive to offer the most prestigious portfolio in the industry. M.S. Walker has built our foundation and future on our people – our employees are truly our greatest asset. Our company boasts a diverse pool of exceptionally special team members who each bring their unique skills and experience to the organization. What we are looking for: M.S. Walker has an immediate opening for a 2 nd Shift Transportation Supervisor. Responsibilities include s etting up delivery routes in a cost-effective manner while providing customer service with on- date and on-time arrivals. Additionally, managing and directing delivery drivers upon their return to the warehouse. Responsibilities (including, but not limited to): To setup routes using TMS Roadnet for next day delivery To maintain the customer base in the TMS and ERP systems To supervise all union and casual helpers while On Duty (as being on Company Premises). To properly document all actions of union employees including, but not limited to: absences, lateness, violations of Company and contractual rules and regulations. To supervise the accurate check-in on all Company trucks and products upon return from route. To reconcile driver delivery manifest daily To utilize WMS (high jump) to return product into inventory To communicate and relay vital Company operational information to supervisors, fellow supervisors and to the supervisor who is relieving you, in writing and/or verbally. Provide customer service in a polite and efficient manner to customers and salespeople inquiring about orders over the telephone and/or in person. Supervise and make delivery decisions by phone with union drivers while they are on their routes. Report all delivery problems by logging them on daily driver phone-in for author