Airport Manager

An Airport Manager is responsible for the operation of an airport, including managing compliance with relevant legislation and managing airport staff and contractors. Other responsibilities include: Initiate and implement plans and strategies which will ensure that Airport operations are delivered in an effective, efficient and customer-focused manner in line with budgets. Manage the procurement of…

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Distribution Manager

A Distribution Manager is in charge of organising, directing and coordinating the supply, storage and distribution of goods. They also schedule and monitor the pickup and delivery of products and goods from warehouses or businesses. This is usually an office based role where the majority of time is spent in the office reviewing data, negotiating…

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Freight Forwarder

Freight Forwarders are responsible for the movement of goods from one place to another. They provide assistance to individuals, commercial organisations and importers and exporters for international trading operations. The Freight Forwarder works out the most efficient route for moving large amounts of freight from one destination to the next, using different forms of transport,…

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Warehouse Administrator

Warehouse Administrators are responsible for providing warehouse services safely and efficiently. Reporting to the Warehouse Supervisor, they are responsible for stock control which includes receiving, issuing and dispatching stock. This is a multitasking role and would suit someone with experience in logistics, warehouse control and administration. It is essential that they are able to work…

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Customs Broker

A Customs Broker is responsible for the clearance of imported and exported goods for customs inspection and restrictions. Custom Brokers provide assistance and advice on customs and quarantine regulations. The Broker acts as the key liaison between government agencies and the importer and exporter. They should have excellent management skills and a thorough knowledge of…

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Storeperson

A Storeperson is responsible for the receiving, handling and dispatching of goods coming into, or out of warehouses facilities and stores. They must ensure the correct goods or products are delivered or despatched and check that there is the correct quantity and there is no damage. A Storeperson will document when goods arrive and record…

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Transport Scheduler

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…

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Transport Manager

Transport Managers run and coordinate the operations of a transport or logistics business. The Transport Manager’s role is becoming increasingly specialised and sophisticated due to the increase in technology. Transport Managers require a thorough knowledge and understanding of the transport industry as a whole, which includes the six sectors; Road Transport, Logistics & Warehousing, Maritime,…

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