Overview/Responsibilities Overview The Transload Manager is responsible for all activities at the plant location including safety, shipping schedules, customer relations, coordination with sales department, employee development, adherence to regulations, recordkeeping, equipment utilization, establishing and managing the plant budget, and maintenance and general upkeep of the facility.
Qualifications High School diploma or GED. College education preferred but not required.
Assists in unloading material from rail cars.
Maintains quality control program.
Switches and moves rail cars in the rail yard.
Assists in operating and maintaining all equipment.
Oversees all inspections and maintenance of property.
Comply with all record keeping requirements.
Oversees and administers customer contracts, specific to Transload operations at the site.
Oversees and administers property leases at the site.
Employee and Plant Safety
Perform daily site inspections.
Complete required OSHA and MSHA training and comply with record keeping requirements.
Conduct and document weekly safety meetings.
Create yearly budget in coordination with Area Manager.
Authorize and approve all expenditures.
Review and discuss monthly budget variances with the Area Manager
Review and authorize payroll
Set transload schedule according to priorities determined by the customer.
Coordinate with customers to insure all materials are delivered within specifications and on time.
Monitor attendance, performance and safety of all employees.
Complete accident reports and submit to Safety Specialist.
Coordinate permits, OSHA and MSHA reviews with Production/Safety Specialist (Regulatory Manager).
Fill in for office staff and weigh master.
Review and approve all billing and inventory information submitted to customers and LGE corporate office.
Standards of Performance
Ability to meet or exceed budget goals.
Successful utilization of equipment and labor.
Safety Record, OSHA, and MSHA inspection results that meet or exceed goals set by manager and Area Manager.
Ability to operate and maintain equipment.
Ability to deal effectively with employees and customers in a positive and constructive manner.
Ability to interact effectively with other departments in a positive and constructive manner.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of OSHA and MSHA regulations.
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Ability to make presentations to employees and customers.
Ability to plan, prioritize and organize work effectively under pressure and deadlines.