Shift supervisors provide leadership for a small team of workers on the front lines in a company.
They are in charge of the shift and the position requires a thorough knowledge of the work they are in and the ability to motivate the employees. Although the exact duties of a shift supervisor vary between transport sectors, there are many tasks that are often the same, such as, maintaining work standards, leading other shift employees, and reporting any complaints to the manager. Shift supervisors must have good communication skills to lead and clearly explain duties to workers. Strong leaders also have the ability to motivate, make decisions, and manage time.
This occupation carries across multiple sectors including Road Transport, Logistics and Warehousing, Rail, Aviation and Ports.
$48,347 – $90,544 (median: $64,803)*
*Wages will vary according to your level of skill, experience, employer and geographical location.