Terminal Supervisor Job Description

Terminal Supervisor Job Description

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Terminal supervisor provides emergency response and incident management for all incidents involving crude oil drivers, on a rotational basis with North Dakota transport manager.

Terminal Supervisor Duties & Responsibilities

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Assisting with the development and implementation of the Operators Manual, Maintenance & reliability Plan, Asset & Operating Integrity Plan and Emergency Response Manual
Available 24/7 for emergency response and operational needs
Manage and Supervise office staff of multi-ethnic backgrounds
Manage and supervise day to day activities of the Air terminal Operations Center, cargo Processing, Passenger Service, Transient Alert & port & Terminal
Candidate must possess working knowledge of Movement Automation Query Systems such as GDSS, GDSS II, GATES or the ability to be trained with query systems
Information Control, plans and organize air transportation work control functions
Prepares, completes, and maintains air movement’s records, documents, load plans and shippers declaration of Dangerous Goods (SDDG)
Prepares and maintains weight and balance records and cargo manifests
Maintain daily flight schedule and Sequence of Events board utilizing GDSS2 (Global Decision Support System), GATES and local Prior Permission Required (PPR) log
Utilize Integrated Computerized Deployment System (iCodes) to load plan cargo and passenger missions

Terminal Supervisor Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Terminal Supervisor

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: CTO, FAA, APICS, OSHA, OH&S, IP, AFMAN

Education for Terminal Supervisor

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Employers hiring for the terminal supervisor job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and High School Degree in Engineering, Technical, Education, Business, Management, Leadership, Industrial, Manufacturing, Science, Continuing Education

Skills for Terminal Supervisor

Desired skills for terminal supervisor include:

Computer hardware and software
FRA regulations
Hazardous materials
Safety and operating rules
Train operations
Crew call
Labor agreements and corporate policies Thoroughbred Yard Enterprise System
Emergency response
Incident investigations

Desired experience for terminal supervisor includes:

Must be able to work swing shift 4 days on 4 days off 12 hour shift Rotating Days to Nights
Update GATES Mission Monitoring with appropriate aircraft data
Provide support to other departments within Air Operations as mission dictates
Work in extremely fast paced environment with ability to seamlessly multi-task
Flight line liaison between ATOC office and all work functions of Air Operations
Minimum of 3 year hands on experience with Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES)

Terminal Supervisor Examples


Terminal Supervisor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for a terminal supervisor. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for terminal supervisor
  • Coordinates the resources required to support all aspects of multiple airfields’ passenger and cargo operations in support of the USAP
  • Maintains operational control over the Movement Control Center (MCC) cargo yards, cargo bay, airfields, and vehicles
  • Provides direct operational direction to ATO cargo and airfield personnel, and indirect operational direction for passenger services and shuttle personnel
  • Responsible for training all Load Planners, and oversees training schedules of all cargo and passenger services personnel
  • Responsible for the Quality Assurance of aircraft pallets, proper restraint, aircraft load plans, and final hazardous material documentation
  • Maintains detailed documentation for all aspects of the MCC operations, related to departmental metrics
  • Assists the MCC Supervisor with final flight manifests on all cargo and passenger flights
  • Implements standard operating procedures and assists in the revision of operating procedures as required
  • Assists with establishing priorities for passenger and cargo movements among all agencies on each outgoing flight
  • Interfaces with USAP Cargo staff, Science Personnel, and grantees to coordinate cargo priorities for all outgoing flights
Qualifications for terminal supervisor
  • Minimum of 2 year Load Planning experience (certification does not need to be current)
  • Hazardous material inspector/preparer qualified
  • Must possess a Secret security clearance, or the ability to obtain a clearance through the OPM adjudication process
  • Assists with the proper handling and monitoring of call-forward or priority passenger/cargo requests from Terminal Operations, Christchurch
  • Serves as the ATO Point-of-Contact (POC) for passenger and cargo issues in the absence of the Senior Passenger Services Representative, the Vehicle Operations Supervisor, the MCC Supervisor and/or the USAP Cargo Supervisor
  • Assists the MCC Supervisor with providing departmental training and completing safety/accident/incident reports

Terminal Supervisor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for a terminal supervisor. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for terminal supervisor
  • Interacts with the National Science Foundation, the armed forces, and other agency officials in a professional and tactful manner
  • Conducts and plans daily/weekly safety meetings and provides attendance and subject documentation
  • Contributes information to living documents annotating all ATO employee work performances throughout the season, to be used as reference for –post season personnel evaluations
  • Helps field and troubleshoot cargo queries presented to the MCC regarding aircraft loading issues, cargo/passenger priorities, and any other ATO-related discrepancies that may arise
  • Must be willing to work 12-hour rotating shifts, mostly in an office environment but occasionally outside in inclement weather conditions
  • Must be willing to work outdoors and stand for 12-hour shifts during re-supply vessel operations
  • Will frequently remain seated working on a computer terminal for multiple hours
  • Will frequently need to lift and push 50lbs
  • Ensure training is delivered in accordance with the Controller Training Contract CTC requirements
  • Communicate directly with FAA designated representatives for the area of responsibility to ensure mutual understanding of training requirements and delivery expectations
Qualifications for terminal supervisor
  • Should have basic mechanical knowledge and skills and knowledge of 3 phase electrical control, distribution and motors
  • Current AMC Load Planner Certification must be provided prior to deployment
  • This position requires a minimum of two years of logistics leadership or supervisory experience
  • Familiarity with automated data processing programs such as MAXIMO, ICODES, and Microsoft Office 2000 software within the Microsoft Windows Operating System is preferred
  • An understanding of remote site logistics is preferred
  • Recommend to the CTC Academy Program Manager/Deputy Program Manager appropriate staffing levels within their area of responsibility

Terminal Supervisor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for a terminal supervisor. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for terminal supervisor
  • Maintain sufficient computer skills to enable the accurate collection of the data necessary to manage within the CTC program
  • Represent SAIC Vision, Values, Goals and Objectives to the customer, employees and co-workers
  • Oversee employees in their daily work routines to ensure SAIC and Customer guidelines are met
  • Coordinates and supervises the performance of Terminal Operators at designated locations and reports to the Terminal Superintendent
  • Manage maintenance and capital projects
  • Maintain accurate inventory control, measurement & compliance
  • Establishes, maintains and documents procedures for department to organize workflow
  • Develop and implement pro-active maintenance program ensuring that we are rotating assets through mandatory inspections and testing
  • Supervise transport drivers operating in LA, MS and Florida (and others as may be required)
  • Be familiar with all DOT regulations for fleet operations, ensuring that all drivers are compliant
Qualifications for terminal supervisor
  • Should have basic knowledge of rail unloading required
  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience which should include 2-5 years’ leadership experience with in the transportation or logistics industry
  • Must have excellent computer (MS Excel required, SAP a plus), administrative, analytical & interpersonal skills along with an in depth mechanical aptitude
  • Must possess a good working knowledge of API and marine procedures regarding measurement and sampling
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required since this position entails communication with other departments, such as Product Movement, Scheduling, Business Development, Engineering and other internal and external customers
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license for the state of residence and safety training skills

Terminal Supervisor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking to fill the role of terminal supervisor. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for terminal supervisor
  • Managing assets of terminal equipment-assurance of the integrity of the terminal equipment which results in acknowledgement from stakeholders of meeting corporate responsibilities
  • Developing plans for coordinating activities of the terminal system to regulate and measure flow of refined products from point of origin to distribution points
  • Supervising activities of personnel engaged in inspection and operation of terminal equipment to ensure specific operational performance and optimum utilization and authorizes repairs when necessary
  • Supervising and coordinating scheduling, measuring, transmission and maintenance activities to ensure efficient operations of terminal to minimize losses
  • Supervising activities concerned with installation, testing and maintenance of control, monitoring and measurement equipment such as SCADA system, pressure switches, thermostats and specialized metering devices in system, custody proving
  • Ensuring compliance with recognized engineering standards, codes, regulatory permits and adoption of appropriate best practices and company policies
  • Assisting with updating all procedures required for pipeline and terminal operations to carry out responsibilities as designated under all applicable sales contracts
  • Providing assistance to ensure all disputes on measurement and /or quality are satisfactorily resolved in a timely manner
  • Planning and coordinating the repair and maintenance work on terminal equipment to minimize downtime and disruptions
  • Manages pipeline operational reliability, effective utilization, organizational and staffing requirements and cost effectiveness of Pipeline Operations
Qualifications for terminal supervisor
  • Knowledge of computer systems and ability to diagnose and resolve malfunctions or issues
  • Has an excellent understanding of utilizing predictive maintenance tools- oil analysis, vibration, trending, including other diagnostic tools
  • Must be detailed oriented and possess exceptional leadership skills, a strong customer focus, and be team-oriented
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and safety training skills
  • University or technical degree in Business Administration, Logistics or another relevant field
  • Alternatively commercial transportation apprenticeship with proven several years work experience in the required area

Terminal Supervisor Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is searching for experienced candidates for the position of terminal supervisor. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for terminal supervisor
  • Ensures Pipeline regulatory and environmental compliance, corrosion control monitoring activities, alignment sheets, leak detection system, inspections, right-of-way maintenance, one-call responses, provides temporary marking of buried pipeline prior to excavation, public awareness program, damage prevention programs and Integrity Management Program (IMP)
  • Coordinates operations with Corporate Logistics and Refinery Management and Operations
  • Coordinates operations with Corporate Logistics and business development to identify and capture growth opportunities for increasing utilization of pipeline systems
  • Provide oversight for day-to-day operations at multiple liquid petroleum terminal operations involving pipeline, marine, and truck operations in East Boston, MA
  • Responsible for expense budget oversight, Organizing, planning, controlling and directing operations and maintenance activities to ensure that product is handled in the most efficient, safe and economical manner of product distribution consistent with regulatory requirements, customer service requirements, product quality and operating goals
  • Provide oversight of daily reconciliation of terminal products and additives
  • Represent the company at various functions involving State, Federal and Local agencies and qualify as the Facility Security Officer
  • Lead or participate in Safety related programs and meetings
  • Able to manage all aspects of petroleum product movement from the ship to storage and from rack to customer’s trucks in Managers absence
  • Implement and communicate operating procedures and expectations aligned with corporate and industry standards
Qualifications for terminal supervisor
  • Should have basic knowledge of heavy equipment and conveyor systems operations
  • Strong communication skills, motivation and commitment
  • Cost and customer orientation, analytical skills
  • Fluent in written and verbal English and German
  • Resilience, flexibility, team skills, assertiveness
  • Willingness to travel within the European region

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