Assistant Terminal Manager: Atlanta

With nearly 90 years experience, Holland knows how to take care of our customers while providing a solid work environment for our employees. Discipline to its core values of Hard Work, Integrity, Respect, Excellence and Safety has allowed Holland to grow into a company with over 8,000 employees and more than $1 Billion in annual revenue, while being honored as a Quest for Quality award winner for 30 consecutive years! With a track record of long term employees, Holland offers more than a job, we offer the opportunity for a career. Come discover your direction with Holland and join the recognized leader of next-day delivery in the less-than-truckload industry!
Holland, Inc., a recognized leader in the transportation industry, is in search of an Assistant Terminal Manager for our Atlanta terminal located in Ellenwood, GA.Responsibilities include maintaining an efficient operation by providing in-cycle service and optimizing costs; Hires, trains, develops and coaches terminal personnel; Develop and actively promote safety program; Compliance with federal and state regulations and company policies and procedures; Maintains working relationship with labor by resolving problems in a fair and timely manner; Supports terminal sales efforts; Other duties as assigned by terminal manager.
Successful candidates will possess verifiable experience in accomplishing goals through employees, must be service oriented, and the ability to demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills. The ideal candidate will have excellent leadership skills and prior experience in the management of a large facility in the LTL industry. College degree preferred. Holland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Holland, a part of YRC Worldwide, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Minorities/Females/Persons with Disabilities/Protected Veterans

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