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Traffic Management Specialists work for the government and help planning and implementing operational aspects in the transportation field. Successful resume samples for Traffic Management Specialist highlight activities such as performing research, finding solutions for a more effective transportation program, writing reports, tracking shipments, overseeing payment documents, and identifying contract violations. Based on our collection of resumes for Traffic Management Specialist, essential job requirements are transportation systems expertise, analytical thinking, being able to handle complex information, problem solving, detail orientation, and computer proficiency. Doctoral degrees in transportation are needed for this role.

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Traffic Management Specialist

  • Ensure that all policies, procedures and controls are followed and that all reports are completed accurately and submitted on time.
  • Performed the duty of facility guide transportation.
  • Work effectively in a team environment within the department and the various brands.
  • Take the initiative to escalate potential transportation issues to the leadership team.
  • Determined cost effective freight solutions for military.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
2

Traffic Management Specialist

  • Classified all shipments of cargo manifesting for air, land and sea.
  • Coordinated transportation actions with government and commercial operators.
  • Produced manifests/required customs/supporting documents for export/Import vessels.
  • Determined special handling requirements.
Candidate Info
25
years in
workforce
11
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
3

Traffic Management Specialist

Analyzes 30% characteristics of commodities shipped to ensure consistency of freight classifications and recommends changes, such as consolidating contractor shipments and using alternative methods of shipment to reduce transportation costs and attain greater economy of operations.

  • Reviews and analyzes contractual terms to determine validity of shipment requests and the most effective arrangements for transport.
  • Coordinates customer complaints of poor carrier performance with carrier representative and District staff; recommends action to suspend or remove from service carriers failing to perform satisfactorily.
  • Makes final approval of shipment charges for carrier payment
  • Provide technical assistance to contractors and to DCMA personnel on transportation matters. Perform surveillance over contractor traffic management plans, procedures, and operations. Determine rates/routes for freight movements with global scope, recurrent/non-recurrent, and monitor patterns between points, ports, or foreign destinations.
  • Review transportation clauses; provide contract technical advice to both procedures involving A and B contractors.
  • Monitor freight operations; resolve problems involving commercial carriers and other federal agencies.
  • Apprise Team Lead of systemic problems impairing performance of freight rate carriers. Approve carrier payment in Power Track program.
  • Review contract through Shipping Instruction Request (SIR) systems.
  • Provide administrative review and shipping information for Foreign Military Sales (FMS) to requested contractors and countries.
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
Logistics Level
4

Traffic Management Specialist

  • Performed technical and analytical work concerned with planning, development and execution of traffic management policies and programs.
  • Studies traffic management operations to identify problems, studies, analyses and make recommendations concerning the efficiency and productivity of operations in different components of an organization.
  • Provides staff policy guidance and consultation to the Air Mobility Command (AMC) bases for a specific program area. Assesses issues or problems that are complicated by conflicting or incomplete data, unusual transportation requirements that involve considerable analysis to support.
  • Independently works on specified portions of large-scale projects and projects that require the application of standardized traffic management methods and procedures that are performed by other higher graded specialist or management officials.
  • Attends and/or participates in conferences, courses, briefing and meetings.
  • Furnishes guidance in transportation requirements to management, AMC, AMC bases, U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM), etc. Prepares project papers and staff reports concerning transportation. Prepares and presents briefings to managers which encourage understanding and acceptance of the findings and recommendations.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
AAS
Transportation Management
BS
Transportation Management

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