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Taxi Servicer Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Service taxicab fleet and maintains terminal yard office in orderly condition
  • Refuel lubricates taxicabs [Gas-And-Oil Servicer motor trans. ]
  • Change repairs tires [Tire Repairer automotive ser. ]
  • Clean parking area removes rubbish
  • Clean offices equipment [Cleaner, Commercial Or Institutional any industry ].

Taxicab Coordinator Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Assign taxicabs to Taxi Drivers motor trans. and maintains record of assignments trip data
  • Review report of meter readings taken from incoming cabs for accuracy or takes records taximeter readings
  • Compile & maintains records of mileage traveled fuel used.

Taxicab Starter Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Dispatch taxicabs in response to telephone requests for service
  • Maintain operational map showing location of each cab
  • Contact drivers of assigned sector by radio or telephone to relay request for service
  • Logs calls relayed to each driver address of patron
  • Arrange for relief cab or driver.

Telephone Information Supervisor Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Supervise coordinates activities of workers engaged in giving bus service information, by telephone, to callers for motor transportation company
  • Confer with management examines past activity records to project staffing, budget and equipment requirements, performing duties as described under Supervisor clerical Master Title
  • Issue oral & written instructions on schedule changes and rates to keep workers informed maintain accuracy of information given to public
  • Monitor telephone conversations between workers callers to evaluate technical accuracy
  • Read telephone operators meter to define volume of calls handled hourly total of lost calls to compile record for planning purposes
  • Conduct classroom and on-the-job training to maintain improve service standards
  • Submit reports, as required, to provide information for accounting department.

Terminal Manager Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Direct coordinates activities of terminal used by trucking concerns as intermediate freight distribution or shipping point
  • Review schedules to ascertain trucking concerns having freight consignments for terminal shipments originating from terminal in order to plan activities
  • Assign workers to specific duties, like loading or unloading trucks, checking incoming & outgoing shipments against bills of ladings and moving freight into out of storage
  • May hire terminal personnel or order workers from union dispatch office
  • May provide garage services for trucks.

Terminal Operations Supervisor Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Manage terminal operations of passenger or freight motor transportation company
  • Observe personnel performing duties and studies terminal operations reports on revenues derived, costs of operation, accidents and frequency of personal or merchandise claims for losses or damages, to define changes in work practices & procedures necessary to improve operations reduce claims
  • Inspect terminal facilities for conformance to prescribed standards of safety cleanliness and for maintenance or repair required and initiates requisitions for corrective actions
  • Enforce worker compliance with established safety rules and regulations and measures to protect safety of employees and customers security of merchandise, property, and equipment
  • Review accident reports takes actions prescribed by company policy
  • Evaluate worker performance recommends or initiates personnel actions
  • May process or attempt to resolve employee grievances according to union contract procedures.

Traffic Manager Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Quote freight rates gives information on truck arrivals to trucking-transportation firms customers
  • May investigate settle claims against firm for damaged, short, or overcharged freight shipments [Customer-Complaint Clerk clerical ].

Transit operations Supervisor Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Supervise coordinates activities of operators of buses, transit coaches, and trolleys in city or urban transportation system to convey passengers according to schedule
  • Record movement and location of vehicles & road crews to inform other departments or public regarding current schedules routes
  • Receive telephone or radio reports of accidents, delays, fires, equipment breakdowns and other operating or maintenance difficulties
  • Report difficulties and dispatches orders to other divisions to maintain or restore service schedules
  • Dispatch extra vehicles and emergency crews to scene of accident or breakdown, advising them of location of trouble and proximity of feeder lines power circuits
  • Maintain log of scheduled runs, numbers of vehicles, and names of drivers
  • Record calls emergencies
  • Make report of all accidents
  • May suspend or call in operators for infractions of operating regulations.

Transportation Director Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Formulate policies, programs, and procedures for transportation system, including schedules, rates, routes, assignment of drivers and vehicles other terminal operations
  • Submit recommendations for development of and compliance with transportation policies, procedures and programs
  • Plan, directs and implements vehicle scheduling, allocation, dispatching, licensing and communication functions in accordance with established policies objectives to effect economical utilization of vehicle facilities
  • Direct compilation issuance of timetables
  • Conduct continuous analyses of vehicle and driver assignments analyzes scheduling for possible consolidation
  • Review and revises driver schedules to make sure increased efficiency to lower costs
  • Conduct field surveys to evaluate operations recommends changes
  • Direct compilation preparation of statistical surveys to define traffic trends
  • Review and analyzes reports, like revenue performance records, and seat occupancy patterns to secure information for recommended changes
  • Analyze proposed schedules and rates, initiates preparation and distribution of proposed trip schedule changes, and submits analyses of data rescheduling recommendations to administration
  • Direct operation and maintenance of communication systems, reviews procedures, provides guidance to resolve technical problems, analyzes costs recommends cost control measures
  • Review cost statements to locate excessive expenses, and develops plans, policies, and budgets
  • Select and recommends personnel for staff positions and trains assigns personnel for supervisory positions.

Trash collection Supervisor Occupation

Job Duties:

  • Supervise and coordinates activities of workers engaged in collecting garbage and other refuse transporting refuse to disposal plants or areas
  • Assign routes trucks to workers
  • Perform other duties as described under Supervisor any industry Master Title.

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