The role of a Transport Scheduler is important in any transport operation.
They report to the Transport Manager and are responsible for: vehicle scheduling, load planning, route optimisation, records management, maintenance scheduling and fatigue management compliance. It is necessary that Transport Schedulers are trained in all of these activities as they need to be aware of logistics risks and assist in delivering profitable customer service. This role would ideally suit someone who has great attention to detail and excellent problem solving skills. This role requires a working knowledge of Australian transport rules and regulations, such as load configurations, weights, truck and trailer allocation, permits and dangerous goods.
$46,174 – $139,061 (median: $70,591)*
*Wages will vary according to your level of skill, experience, employer and geographical location.