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Henderson, COLORADO , Pay: $60K-$67K depending on experience

Supervise assigned drivers and hauling activities at assigned DFA terminal. Develop and promote safety, customer service, and operational excellence.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

Receive information from dispatch to create and execute hauling plan by assigning drivers and equipment to routes. Continually monitor daily operation to make necessary adjustments while effectively communicating with members, drivers and dispatch.
Create employee schedules, approve time, resolve payroll/timekeeping issues, monitor overtime, and take appropriate actions to meet established goals.
Work closely with other DFA transportation locations and reconfigure driver assignments to support special or critical needs.
Establish working relationship with DFA members on assigned farms to know producer facility and equipment to ensure optimal service.
Manage milk sampling process, including collection, proper driver handling, and laboratory shipment packing, in order to maintain sample integrity. Coordinate with drivers, DFA member services, producers, and laboratory personnel to resolve any issues that arise during process and facilitate collection of additional samples, if needed.
Own process to ensure all daily paperwork associated with each load is properly scanned and/or sent to designated location for filing per retention requirements. Maintain information for quality control and billing purposes through systems.
Ensure assigned employees achieve performance expectations through employee training/coaching; routine driver audits for safety, operational efficiency, and Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) and Department of Transportation (DOT) compliance; and employee annual review completions.
Promote safety culture by adherence to safety procedures and established company safety policy. Conduct investigations and work on corrective actions for employee accidents and employee safety concerns in conjunction with appropriate safety personnel.
Work closely with Human Resources to address driver counseling, disciplinary actions, new employee recruitment, employee behavior improvement, and driver training and development programs.
Work closely with maintenance leadership to ensure assigned equipment is maintained and cared for properly.
Exhibit the values and ethics of Dairy Farmers of America through honesty, discretion, and sound judgment.
Attend required training, including but not limited to Safety, GMP, DOT, and PMO.
Ensure availability to respond to emergencies or other unexpected operational requirements (i.e. nights, weekends, or holidays). Participate in on-call rotation.
The requirements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employee; but is not a complete list of responsibilities, duties and skills required.
Dedicate effort to safety as we expect every employee to leave work in the same condition as they arrive.
Adhere to all DFA Quality, Safety and good manufacturing practices (GMP) policies and procedures and report any nonconformity.

Education and Experience

High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
Bachelor's degree preferred
5 years of distribution, logistics, and/or transportation experience, including 2 years in an official lead capacity
Certification and/or License
Class A commercial driver's license in state of residence
Have or able to obtain tanker endorsement within 30 days of employment
Have or able to obtain doubles or triples endorsement as required
Have or able to obtain state issued milk sampler/hauler license
May be required to obtain and maintain other certifications and/or licenses for continued employment

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of dairy industry production practices, processes, regulations, and equipment
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and company computer systems
Knowledge of principles and practices of supervision, training, and personnel management
Knowledge of DOT, PMO, and OSHA rules and regulations
Skill in proficient computer usage
Skill in leadership, coaching, and team building
Skill in analysis of transportation cost alternatives and scenarios
Able to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing
Able to work in collaboration effectively and foster good teamwork
Able to adapt and manage to change effectively
Able to consider impact of actions and decisions on employees, coworkers, and customers
Able to communicate with various levels of personnel to ensure customers' needs and requirements are met
Able to multi-task and problem solve
Able to handle challenging or conflict situations with tact and professionalism
Able to perform task and duties without constant supervision
Able to read, write, and speak English
Able to learn driver equipment and employee tracking systems

As an employer, DFA offers a competitive package of benefits to ensure it attracts dedicated and talented people — a brain trust, so to speak, for building farmers’ futures. DFA strives to be a workplace of choice for employees.

Benefits include:

Medical
Dental
Vision
Life insurance
Long-term disability
Flexible spending accounts
401(k)
Non-contributory retirement plan
Tuition reimbursement
Vacation based on years of service
Holidays
Dairy Farmers of America, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

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Question Answer
Company Name Dairy Farmers of America
Class of CDL Class A
Job Position/Title Driver Supervisor
Type of Route Local
# of seats to fill 1
Person to Contact about this Job Profile Krista Gartelos
How to Apply Create a Driver s Account to Apply
City Henderson
State COLORADO
Minimum Years of Experience Required 5+ yrs
Does the driver need to have a Hazardous Materials Endorsement? No
Does the driver need to have a Tank Endorsement? Yes
Does the driver need to have a Doubles/Triples Endorsement? Yes
Does the driver need to have a Passenger Endorsement?/td> No
Felonies?
Dui?
Traffic tickets allowed in the last 3 years? 2
Any at fault accidents allowed in the last 3 years? No
Do you require a company provided DOT physical? Yes
What does the job pay? $60K-$67K depending on experience
Please describe any benefits you offer (Very important so we can help you find the right candidate) As an employer, DFA offers a competitive package of benefits to ensure it attracts dedicated and talented people — a brain trust, so to speak, for building farmers’ futures. DFA strives to be a workplace of choice for employees.

Benefits include:

Medical
Dental
Vision
Life insurance
Long-term disability
Flexible spending accounts
401(k)
Non-contributory retirement plan
Tuition reimbursement
Vacation based on years of service
Holidays
Dairy Farmers of America, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

Please describe the job in detail Supervise assigned drivers and hauling activities at assigned DFA terminal. Develop and promote safety, customer service, and operational excellence.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

Receive information from dispatch to create and execute hauling plan by assigning drivers and equipment to routes. Continually monitor daily operation to make necessary adjustments while effectively communicating with members, drivers and dispatch.
Create employee schedules, approve time, resolve payroll/timekeeping issues, monitor overtime, and take appropriate actions to meet established goals.
Work closely with other DFA transportation locations and reconfigure driver assignments to support special or critical needs.
Establish working relationship with DFA members on assigned farms to know producer facility and equipment to ensure optimal service.
Manage milk sampling process, including collection, proper driver handling, and laboratory shipment packing, in order to maintain sample integrity. Coordinate with drivers, DFA member services, producers, and laboratory personnel to resolve any issues that arise during process and facilitate collection of additional samples, if needed.
Own process to ensure all daily paperwork associated with each load is properly scanned and/or sent to designated location for filing per retention requirements. Maintain information for quality control and billing purposes through systems.
Ensure assigned employees achieve performance expectations through employee training/coaching; routine driver audits for safety, operational efficiency, and Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) and Department of Transportation (DOT) compliance; and employee annual review completions.
Promote safety culture by adherence to safety procedures and established company safety policy. Conduct investigations and work on corrective actions for employee accidents and employee safety concerns in conjunction with appropriate safety personnel.
Work closely with Human Resources to address driver counseling, disciplinary actions, new employee recruitment, employee behavior improvement, and driver training and development programs.
Work closely with maintenance leadership to ensure assigned equipment is maintained and cared for properly.
Exhibit the values and ethics of Dairy Farmers of America through honesty, discretion, and sound judgment.
Attend required training, including but not limited to Safety, GMP, DOT, and PMO.
Ensure availability to respond to emergencies or other unexpected operational requirements (i.e. nights, weekends, or holidays). Participate in on-call rotation.
The requirements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employee; but is not a complete list of responsibilities, duties and skills required.
Dedicate effort to safety as we expect every employee to leave work in the same condition as they arrive.
Adhere to all DFA Quality, Safety and good manufacturing practices (GMP) policies and procedures and report any nonconformity.

Education and Experience

High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
Bachelor's degree preferred
5 years of distribution, logistics, and/or transportation experience, including 2 years in an official lead capacity
Certification and/or License
Class A commercial driver's license in state of residence
Have or able to obtain tanker endorsement within 30 days of employment
Have or able to obtain doubles or triples endorsement as required
Have or able to obtain state issued milk sampler/hauler license
May be required to obtain and maintain other certifications and/or licenses for continued employment

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of dairy industry production practices, processes, regulations, and equipment
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and company computer systems
Knowledge of principles and practices of supervision, training, and personnel management
Knowledge of DOT, PMO, and OSHA rules and regulations
Skill in proficient computer usage
Skill in leadership, coaching, and team building
Skill in analysis of transportation cost alternatives and scenarios
Able to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing
Able to work in collaboration effectively and foster good teamwork
Able to adapt and manage to change effectively
Able to consider impact of actions and decisions on employees, coworkers, and customers
Able to communicate with various levels of personnel to ensure customers' needs and requirements are met
Able to multi-task and problem solve
Able to handle challenging or conflict situations with tact and professionalism
Able to perform task and duties without constant supervision
Able to read, write, and speak English
Able to learn driver equipment and employee tracking systems

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