The Transportation Coordinator must be capable of monitoring, but not limited to, the following movement control functions: Customer Service; Convoy Briefings; Staging Area Management; Hazardous Materiel (HAZMAT) Documentation Certification; Movement Control Reports; RFID Management; Document Cargo; Container Management: and Safety Briefings. Transportation Coordinator must be familiar with Hazardous Materiel (HAZMAT). Integrated Booking System Container Management Module (IBS-CMM), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags, and Transportation Coordinators' Automated Information for Movement System II (TC-AIMS II).
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:
Monitors all transportation movement.
Assists in sourcing out new modes of transportation and carriers.
Analyzes cost of freight performance for carriers.
Responsible for monitoring scheduled movements.
Ensures security has been coordinated; link up teams and Movement Control Teams (MCTs) for required moves.
Inputs convoy movement data into ledger, close convoy entries, and track convoys on Movement Tracking System (MTS) and BCS3.
Retrieves all convoy reports from the MCTs via NIPR computers.
Contacts MCTs when reports are not received by required times.
Assists in creating circulation overlays.
Maintains historical data on all movements.
Posses the ability to perform movement control operations.
Must be acquainted with (MHE) material handling equipment operations, ie, Forklift 4K, 6K, 10K, 12K, 14K, and 100K container handlers.
Knowledge of moving ocean freight shipment through the designated SPOE/D.
Leads cargo trucks convoy and has overall responsibility for mission coordination, preparation, equipment safety and accountability.
Performs other duties and assignments as required.
MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:
Computers, Microsoft Office software products, database entry, and automated office equipment.
Transportation Coordinator must be certified and/or licensed to operate Forklifts (4K.).
Work is generally conducted in an outdoor areas where a potential could exist for exposure to physical, chemical or biological agents. Employee use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required in certain areas. Such PPE includes but is not limited to head, foot, hand, torso, respiratory, vision and hearing protective devices. Must comply with OSHA, EPA, Fire Regulations and published company work rules.
Work may require heavy lifting, stooping, climbing, prolonged standing, prolonged sitting, and working with or in areas where a potential could exist for exposure to physical, chemical or biological agents.