Transportation Routing Supervisor
The Routing Supervisor position is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the delivery fleet. Supervises all functions of routing to include creating routes, managing routes, calculating delivery routes, times of deliveries, and makes the necessary adjustments for drivers and customers. The Routing Supervisor ensures routing and software systems are up to date. The Routing Supervisor role requires strong attention to detail, process management skills, and budgeting. The Routing Supervisor will interact with drivers, sales, transportation, warehouse and customer service personnel. The Routing Supervisor functions as a leader and team member within the department and organization, as required, and performs any duties assigned to best serve the company.Supervise associate(s) to include but not limited to: staffing, training, coaching, performance management and problem resolution.Oversee the establishment of delivery routes, labor and transportation cost are within budgeted guidelines. Maintain compliance with Federal DOT guidelines while still maintaining an acceptable level of customer service, quality and satisfaction. Ensure all routing activities are leveraging the Roadnet application to ensure Delivery costs are held to company expected run rates year over year.Provide leadership for the strategic planning of new concepts and the establishment of routing procedures and schedules which allow for the optimum use of personnel and equipment while keeping a strong emphasis on driver safety.Work closely with Transportation Management to resolve driver route concerns by visiting geographical delivery areas and participating in driver work-with's.Ensure all routing scenarios are designed to improve efficiency, delivery on-time, reduce delivery expense.Ensure Roadnet application routing maintenance is performed daily to ensure all locations have accurate, timely, and up-to-date information:o Standard Routes and Customer Delivery Requirements* Geo-Coding, delivery days, time windows, service time types, serive time overrides, account types, meal beaks* Route start times, pre/post trips, starting/ending depot, travel modes, color for mapping, assigned driver, equipment and DOT road checkso Plan Maintanence equipment with regards to costing, restrictions, and capacitiesManage assets (equipment/inventiory/people) for continual improvement of finacial position, including the performance and delivery of costing, off-days, maintenance, scorecard, customer and KPI reporting on scheduled intervals. Leverge routing reports to monitor weekly and monthly trends. Implement necessary adjustments to ensure continuous improvement.Performs other related duties as assigned.Required Qualifications:High School Diploma/GED or Equivalent Experience1 - 3 years of distribution, logistics, transportation or related work experience.Expert knowledge of Road Net;Knowledge of the Manassas, VA, MD, DE, and NOVA areaFederal DOT Hours of Service Regulations;Been a Router for at least 3 years with favorable reference;2 years prior Supervisory experience.Preferred Qualifications:Associates/2-year technical3 - 5 years of distribution, logistics, transportation routing and/or related administrative experience.Foodservice Distribution Experience;Managed at least 5 or more CDL Drivers in the past.Advanced computer skills including routing software applications (Roadnet, AS400) and MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook).Performance Food Group and/or its subsidiaries (individually or collectively, the "Company") provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all applicants and employees, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations. Please click on the following links to review: (1) our EEO Policy; (2) the "EEO is the Law" poster and supplement; and (3) the Pay Transparency Policy Statement.