Cargill Transportation Brokerage and Private Fleet Director in Wayzata, Minnesota
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JOB PURPOSE AND IMPACT
The Transportation and Logistics Fleet and Brokerage Associate Director will lead and manage the business. You will be responsible for budget management and strategy execution. In this role you will ensure performance and service expectations are met for both internal and external customers. You will build and lead diverse teams, while maintaining a focus on safety, service and profitability of the business. You will drive compliance with internal and external regulations and develop and nurture relationships with business partners, transportation leaders, independent contractors and vendors.
Lead the development and deployment of the vision and strategy designed to achieve the profitability, growth goals and objectives.
Build and lead teams across brokerage, safety and fleet operations while creating a culture of high performance and engagement.
Develop plans and deliver results in a fast-changing business or regulatory environment aligned to established performance metrics.
Ensure safe operations of the fleet adhering to corporate and regulatory compliance.
Ensure the fleet is appropriated sized and maintained to support business needs, collaborating with business partners to ensure capital purchases can be leveraged.
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience
Minimum of six years of related work experience
Wiling to travel up to 10%
Three years of supervisory experience
10 years of experience working in fleet operations, brokerage or in a leadership position
Understanding of DOT/FMCSA Rules, Regulations, and Compliance
Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.
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