Supervise the workers in loading and unloading cargos from conveyances.
What does a Loading and Unloading Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in loading and unloading cargo from conveyances, such as railroad cars, trucks, and ships, and in moving and storing materials or products: Assigns job tasks to worker according to loading and unloading schedules, and observes loading of conveyance to determine conformance to loading patterns and to prevent shifting or damage to materials or products during transit. Verifies materials loaded or unloaded against work order or bill of lading. Directs workers to move materials or products to storage areas or production departments. Trains new employees in job duties. Performs duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title. May schedule sequence of transportation usage, routes of transportation vehicle operators, or movement of materials into and out of storage area. May be designated according to materials handled, work location, or specialization as Bull-Gang Supervisor; Munitions-Handler Supervisor; Platform Supervisor; Supervisor, Case Loading; Supervisor, Loading; Supervisor, Shipping; Supervisor, Shipping Room; Supervisor, Unloading.