Terminal Manager

Terminal Managers are responsible for all aspects of the terminal’s freight operations and administrative functions. They supervise, direct and coordinate activities, such as making sure that freight makes it to its destination in a timely manner, directing freight distribution and assigning duties to employees. Maintaining a safe working environment by developing as well as executing…

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Shift Supervisor

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…

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Operations Manager

Operations Managers are in charge of the planning, directing and coordinating of an organisation to ensure it’s well-organised and that the goods and services are meeting the client or customer needs. Operations Manager can work in a variety of organisations and the roles and responsibilities vary accordingly. Typically though, an Operations Manager is responsible for…

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Fleet Manager

A Fleet Manager is responsible for the management of the fleet of transportation vehicles in an organisation which may include between ten and thousands of vehicles at a time. They are in charge of looking after the fleet administration standards and policies regarding vehicle operation within the organisation. Responsibilities may include: Purchasing or leasing suitable…

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Crane Operator Driver

Crane Operator Drivers transport heavy equipment or materials from one location to another. They control mobile or stationary cranes to lift, move and place objects at locations such as construction sites, wharves and shipyards. A Crane Operator Driver must be able to communicate effectively and clearly with other workers such as spotters and those on…

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Signalling Technician

A Signalling Technician installs and maintains complexrail signalling, level crossings and communication systems used to control train movements while ensuring safe and efficient operations of the rail network. They also carry out routine maintenance and tests on the signals and track points.They are the main point of contract when responding to breakdowns and faults. Other…

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Railway Station Managers

Railway Station Managers are responsible for overseeing the activities and operations of the station. This includes managing activities related to the arrival, departure, and loading and unloading of trains, while complying with occupational health and safety regulations.They organise and direct resource management and operations staff to maximise production of terminal monitor costs. Railway Station Managers…

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Railway Signal Operator

Railway Signal Operators are primarily responsible for operating signals to control the movement of railway traffic and safeguarding railway freight trains during runs. They operate railroad track switches, separate rolling stock to make up or break up trains, and signal engineers by hand or flagging. Railway Signal Operators need to be alert and be able…

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